Why CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ host, Jim Cramer says “The boom means Bitcoin” and you must be crazy not to have Bitcoin

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Television personality and host of ‘Mad Money’ on CNBC, Jim Cramer, proposed a thesis that predicts a new kind of economic “boom” in the second half of this year. This economic expansion will be “better” than that of the period between 1946 and 1953 and will be similar to the financial markets of the 1990s.

This “boom thesis,” however, is Bitcoin-focused as Cramer further said:

If my boom thesis is true… you are crazy not to have Bitcoin… I don’t care if it is $70,000 right now. I’d be saying the same thing… The boom means Bitcoin.

Earlier, Cramer had predicted a similar notion, one that claimed that post Covid-19, there would be “boom here in this country [US].” At the time, he did not believe that people “are ready for it” and said:

When I speak to the pharmaceutical companies, they think it’s going to be a boom. Transportation companies think it’s going to be a boom. … This may be a sky’s-the-limit situation.

In September 2020, Cramer revealed that he was a gold bug because he has “so much gold,” During an interview with Anthony Pompliano, the CNBC host emphasized that crypto was important to hedge against inflation and that he was “fixated” on owning Bitcoin because he feared inflation.

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At the time, Cramer said he would buy bitcoin, and that its volatile prices did not worry him because it would be part of his portfolio as an alternative asset for hedging purposes.

During this new episode on the Pomp Podcast, Cramer recalled the time his host convinced him to own Bitcoin:

 

Cramer, it turns out, did take Pomp’s advice and “did precisely” as he told him. The CNBC host announced a talk he had with his CFO in which he expressed a need for “half a million dollars in Bitcoin.” Cramer shared his dissatisfaction with gold, in addition to thanking Pomp for the “authentic deal”:

“I have for years said that you should have gold… but gold let me down.”

When asked whether investors would “drop gold and purchase Bitcoin,” Cramer said that although he has encouraged people to allocate 10% in gold “since 1983,” he now believes that “5% in gold, 5% in Bitcoin” will be optimal.

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