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|System Name||Main System|
|Motherboard||MSI X299 Xpower Gaming AC|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D15S + Second Fan|
|Memory||G.Skill 64GB @3200MHz XMP|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS Strix RTX 3090 24GB|
|Storage||2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus; 2TB Corsair Force MP600; 2TB Samsung PM981a|
|Display(s)||Dell U4320Q; LG 43MU79-B|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Lab SoundBlaster ZX-R|
|Power Supply||EVGA G2 1300|
|Keyboard||Corsair K95 Platinum XT Brown Switches|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||Cinebench R20 - 6910; FireStrike Ultra - 13241; TimeSpy Extreme - 10067; Port Royal - 13855|
Cryptos were up when silvergate was winding down its business. How do you explain that?that's not true at all, when a country facilitates or makes it harder the use of bitcoin it goes up or down accordingly
it reacts to ftx scandal and others on the crypto space by going down
it reacts to the global economy, it suffered just like the SPY or NASDAQ when things got bad
it benefits like gold for example when banks go tits up
and all assets have speculation, next your going to tell me Tesla was worth more then all other car companies, in the world, combined, sure. It's all perfectly rational.
As for stock price, it is based on future earnings growth. For years, Amazon has a P/E of over 1,000 and many people like you said that it was way overvalued, and look at where it is now…
Tesla is the market leader in EV. Its valuation depends on whether you are bullish if it can continue its growth and dominate the competitions. Many investors certainly think so.
One major difference between stock and crypto - with stock you can calculate and predict a price target based on future earning growth. Crypto? I don’t know how you can do that.