(), the world’s most valued cryptocurrency, has replaced it as a hedge against inflation for young investors, according to a Wharton finance professor.
Gold’s performance was “disappointing” in 2021, Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel said in a CNBC Squawk Box interview on Friday.
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On the other hand, BTC has increasingly emerged as an inflation hedge among younger investors, Siegel argued:
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