Catalysts for higher inflation are piling up, and here are the top trades to hedge against it, according to strategists and investors.
If one of the six biggest U.S. banks decides to embrace bitcoin, it would be a major stamp of legitimacy for the nascent asset class.
Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust became a popular, publicly traded way for investors to get exposure to cryptocurrency without owning the coins themselves.
Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie says more money from the financial world needs to flow into bitcoin in order for it to stabilize.
The price of bitcoin rallied to a fresh all-time high over the weekend, briefly topping the $34,000 mark.
The cryptocurrency surged over $30,000 for the first time on Saturday and advanced more than 300% in 2020, Reuters reported.
Bitcoin's price is now up more than 200% since the start of the year.
The Winklevoss twins say Bitcoin's current bull run is different from the previous boom because institutional investors have now bought the cryptocurrency.
Fintech companies are helping fuel demand for bitcoin as they open the floodgates for millions of people to trade it.
"The economy is solid, but desperately needs help from all sides —from a vaccine, from a stimulus, etc. In that case, I think you want to be a little cautious," Wall Street veteran Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday.
The longtime trader believes inflation will make a comeback and bitcoin is the best hedge against it.
Expected relief to Main Street plus another round of stimulus checks could lead retail investors to fuel a market rally, Tudor Jones said.
A torrent of fiscal stimulus to fight the coronavirus will contribute to a "Great Debasement" of the U.S. dollar, Bank of America says.
Wall Street's top traders say a combination of unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus appears to have pacified the market.
Paul Tudor Jones on Wednesday critiqued the long-held belief that companies should exist for the sole purpose of generating profits.
Hedge-fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones joined CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin to discuss the economic recovery and responsible investing.
Wall Street is watching for positive signs as states and cities begin to reopen from Covid-19 lockdowns. Five market experts weigh in.
Paul Tudor Jones said the country may have trouble following contact tracing and other methods used by other nations to contain the virus quickly.
Paul Tudor Jones said Wall Street could be witnessing the historic "birthing of a store of value" through bitcoin.
A conversation about the latest market-moving news, including new coronavirus cases being reported in Japan and Singapore.