Elon Musk has climbed the ranks of uber-wealthy faster than anyone before him, and thanks to his genius and ambition, he could even become the first-ever trillionaire
It seems that everything Elon Musk does attracts attention. The CEO of electric vehicle kingpin Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) seems to have a knack for making headlines. In the buzz that constantly surrounds him, truly interesting news can get lost in the chaos.
There's a recent mania taking over the investing world, and it's called cryptocurrency. Since the domain name Bitcoin.com was registered in 2008, the world has seen Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) rise and fall, hitting just under $50,000 per token on Feb. 15, 2021. While many people are bullish on Bitcoin's prospects, many others feel it's just too risky for an average investor to hold in their portfolio.