Peter Schiff’s 18-Year-Old Son Beat Gold Bug At Own Game By Buying Bitcoin

Peter Schiff’s 18-Year-Old Son Beat Gold Bug At Own Game By Buying Bitcoin

11/13/2020 Spencer Schiff Buys The Bitcoin Dip At $10,000 In September, Up 60% Since
Peter Schiff is about as outspoken as it gets about all things finance, but the subject perhaps he likes to touch on the most, is Bitcoin.
Schiff loves to hate on the cryptocurrency, using any chance he gets to drag it through the mud, and instead try to call attention to his favorite shiny metal.
Schiff runs several operations, including a Puerto Rican bank at the center of a global tax laundering sting, and a precious metals business called SchiffGold. Related Reading | Technical Expert Shows How Bitcoin Path Could Reach Gold’s $10 Trillion Cap
He’s clearly biased against Bitcoin, but that couldn’t stop his son Spencer from buying the BTC dip around $10,000 around September 8, 2020.
The same day, Papa Schiff attempted to publicly embarrass his own son for his investment decision.
“Whose advice do you want to follow? A 57-year-old experienced investor/business owner who’s been an investment professional for over 30 years or an 18-year-old college freshman who’s never even had a job,” Schiff queried. Spencer Schiff’s investment brought over 60% ROI, while goldbugs lost money | Source: BTCUSD on Okay Boomer: Why Cryptocurrency Will Outpace Gold Henceforth
Turns out, that college kid focusing on finance like his dear Dad, ended up beating Pops at his own game. Peter Schiff’s more than 30 years of investing couldn’t outperform his own son’s two months’ worth of Bitcoin position.
Schiff, however, would never admit defeat, and would rather continue to smear his son’s namesake just to bash Bitcoin further. Related Reading | Bitcoin Experts Claim Post-Halving Performance Is More Bullish Than Pre-2017
But Boomers like Schiff are on the way out. The gold that they’ve held so dearly for decades, can’t hold a candle to cryptocurrencies in the digital age.
Aside from looking pretty, precious metals only have rarity and some utility in manufacturing. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin go so far beyond this, and the world is witnessing the slow deterioration of gold due to the emergence of the first-ever digital asset.
The start of Bitcoin’s outperformance over gold is only just beginning, and Boomers like Schiff will be left in the dust this time around while mistrusting millennial investors will pick math and code any day of the week. Featured image from Deposit Photos, Charts from

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