The best way to diversify your portfolio is to put all your money in Bitcoin.— JP Sears
You’re so stupid for not buying it then!— JP Sears
Bitcoin has never crashed, so it never will!— JP Sears
Who invests in Bitcoin?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield played a satirical parody of a bitcoin investor by internet comedian JP Sears.
His videos has been trending on Facebook since late December.
Watch Sears explain everything you need to know about the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, and how you should feel about yourself if you have not invested in it:
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