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How Much House Can I Afford? What Info Should I Keep? Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. Should I reverse Mortgage My Home? Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner recruited Fool analyst Aaron Bush to help him with Cryptocurrencies 101. Turns out that a fair number of his listeners wanted more. So this week — with bitcoin trading at more than twice the level it was for the previous episode — he brought Aaron back for a more advanced encore.

A full transcript follows the video. This video was recorded on Dec. I’m David Gardner, joined by my friend and co-conspirator Aaron Bush once again this week. Aaron, how are you doing?

And I would be doing a lot better if, when we had first talked about cryptocurrency, which I’m now looking, Aaron — it was the Oct. And I asked you what I called an unfair question at the time, which I think is always fair game, to ask unfair questions on this podcast. I said, “Should somebody go out and buy? Looking five-plus years forward, should somebody consider buying bitcoin today? And you said — and this goes against what a lot of other people were saying in my experience, even here around at Fool HQ — yeah, sure. It’s a speculation, but they could consider it. 5,500 in mid-October to now, Aaron?