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A former Goldman Sachs Executive Raoul Pal believes that the crypto market is ready for a massive recovery as money supply bottoms out. The analyst believes cryptocurrencies are ready to recoup their losses as the US money supply increases and bond yields drop. This is likely to push investors into volatile digital assets. 
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Raoul Pal, the former Goldman Sachs executive recently commented on the US M2 Money Supply and its impact on crypto. The ex-Goldman Sachs executive believes that M2, a broad measure of money supply, is directly correlated with crypto. An increase in M2 money supply results in a decrease in bond yields, inflation and a recovery in crypto. 
Pal explains, 
ISM is inverted and the money supply looks like it should start bottoming out and going higher. If it goes higher, crypto should go with it. Now, that makes sense because as economic weakness comes, the central banks start coming into play, liquidity starts being pushed into the system.
Pal noted that money supply growth has started in China and this phenomenon is likely to be witnessed globally. An increase in money supply improves the macroeconomic outlook for crypto. 
The Real Vision CEO therefore concludes that crypto has probably bottomed. 
Trader1sz, a crypto analyst and trader evaluated the Bitcoin price trend and predicted a rally in the asset. The analyst believes Bitcoin price is likely to climb to $24,271. 
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