Bitcoin is the number one choice – Asset Manager Emin BTC will take it 'top' in stock market competition

In CNBC's Stock Draft, an annual stock-raising contest, bitcoin was the top choice. Tim Seymour, founder of Seymour Asset Management, believes the government has proposed regulations that support bitcoin. He believes the cryptocurrency will take it "to the top" this year. Bitcoin was the top pick in CNBC's annual Stock Draft 2021 stock picking contest, the annual stock picking contest that started last week. There are 10 participants or teams of different professions. Each team makes 2 choices from a list of 60 stocks and other investments. The teams are led by asset manager Tim Seymour from Seymour Asset Management, professional poker player Maria Ho, Olympic swimmer Ryan Murphy, Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary (aka Mr. Wonderful) and "The Stock Guy" Jason Frank. Rational Oz Pearlman, supermodel Petra Nemcova, Tiktok star Josh Richards, Miami Heat's professional basketball player Andre Iguodala and chief investment strategist and portfolio manager at Hightower Stephanie Link. 2021 Stock Design Teams. Source: Tim Seymour, Founder and CIO of CNBC Seymour Asset Management, won a draw to make this year's best pick for the competition. He was last allowed to make the first choice in 2019 when he chose General Electric. Seymour, an experienced cannabis investor managing Amplify Seymour Cannabis ETF (CNBS), had to choose a cannabis stock first. However, saying it wasn't easy, he chose bitcoin as his top choice this year. There is no Trevor Lawrence there … [but] I'm happy to say there is no marijuana. I'm bringing the bitcoin talent to South Beach. This is correct. Option one: Bitcoin. The winner of the Stock Draft competition will be the person whose stocks have the highest average price value between the April 29 closing and the closing February 11, 2022. The Bitcoin chart, which some say is short-term, "

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