Max Keiser has predicted that bitcoin’s current bullish pattern will lead toward a price of $28,000.
While the bitcoin bull does not give a timeframe when this is likely to happen, he believes that, thanks to relentless government money printing, the benchmark cryptocurrency will eventually test $100,000. But not before some correction.
“$28,000 is in play before we see a pullback – and then we’re heading to 6-figures,” Keiser forecast, in the course of several tweets.
Bitcoin (BTC) soared more than 20% to hit $11,300 on July 28, its highest level since August 2019. The top crypto has struggled to break above the key $10,000 point since the May 11 halving, but made easy of the resistance level in the last 48 hours.
The rally comes as the U.S. government this week announced another round of stimulus spending, a $1 trillion package, that will also finance Covid-19 cushioning allowances paid out to American families at the rate of $1,200.
In his predictions, Keiser, host of the Keiser Report, was apparently hitting back at crypto skeptic Peter Schiff who said that bitcoin mostly drops after hitting $10,000 and is poised for a similar decline.
In an earlier interview, Schiff referenced bitcoin’s post-$10, 000 performances. “Two of the last three times #Bitcoin rose above $10,000 in Oct. of 2019 and in Feb. of 2020 it soon fell by 38% and 63%, respectively,” said Shiff, who has previously opposed gold’s rise to bitcoin.
He said: “The last time Bitcoin rose above $10,000 was in May, and it only fell by 15%. It’s above $10,000 again today. How big will the next drop be?”
Keiser had short shrift for the position, asserting that Schiff, the “worst money manager in history,” was wrong “for the 500th time in ten years.” He added that Schiff is “puking his brains out right now,” regretting his gold purchase.
Regarding the relative accessibility of bitcoin over gold, Keiser tweeted: “I have been saying for over a year that silver and gold will…