Jeffrey Taylor, Author at bwcevent.com


About: Jeffrey

Jeffrey Taylor is a retired mechanical engineer who has an interest in all things financial, including emerging markets and cryptocurrencies.





Articles by Jeffrey Taylor


Bitcoin Expected to Surge to a New High

The global economic engine is still staggering from the slowdown caused by COVID 19. It is still not clear just how damaging the pandemic really is. Restrictions have been placed on border freedoms, trade, import-export, as well as financial movements. Many businesses, regardless of size are having to face up to absorbing losses or ceasing […]

In Light of Central Bank Easing, Bloomberg Is Bullish on Bitcoin

Bloomberg has recently released its commodity index and outlook, which shows some support for Bitcoin. The report went on to say there is reason to believe future commodity prices, with the exception of Bitcoin and gold, will continue on a downward path. Although Bitcoin is not a commodity, it is included in the June 2020 […]

18 Jun 2020
Bitcoin Tumbles along with Wall Street

In tandem with Wall Street, Bitcoin prices tumbled late last week. Bitcoin prices fell to a price close to $9,100, a drop of almost 6.4 percent, rekindling the often-debated issue of Bitcoin’s use as a store of value. At the same time that Bitcoin dropped, the S&P 500 index of larger U.S. stocks also lost […]

17 Jun 2020
Is the Price of Bitcoin about to Surge?

Since Bitcoin halved in early May, the cryptocurrency has struggled to break over the $10,000 level. This is something that could be about to change. Since early 2020, the price of Bitcoin has gone up by about 30 percent. It is currently on track to be the best performing asset of this year. An anonymous […]

Bitcoin Continues to Increase in Popularity, and for Good Reasons

The current coronavirus pandemic is revealing serious problems with existing financial systems. COVID-19 is also revealing the benefits of Bitcoin. Although the many economies are slowly opening up, their stability remains unknown. There is little doubt that 2020 will long be remembered. Not only for the coronavirus and for the toll it took on humanity, […]

25 May 2020