Why Tom Lee is still bullish on bitcoin hitting $100K or higher

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    Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors, joins ‘Tech Check’ to discuss what’s behind the drop in bitcoin, his outlook for the cryptocurrency and why he says now’s a good buying opportunity.

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