D.A. Davidson’s Gil Luria makes his bull case for bitcoin

D. A. Davidson's gil luria makes his bull case for bitcoin

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Gil Luria, D.A. Davidson, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss whether bitcoin’s been a great store of value, details behind Luria’s recent call on bitcoin and why the cryptocurrency hasn’t done better in today’s environment.

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