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261  Economy / Speculation / Re: At what price would you buy 1 BTC ? on: September 24, 2014, 03:29:19 AM
I bought in yesterday at near the low $380.01 usd for 1 BTC

placed my bets...(now of course have confirmed that it is gonna tank further I always pick the wrong time....don't ya know)

anyway ..holding all I've ever made or bought

if BTC tanks and I follow it down buying ..in my obsessed manner...I will have lots and lots of Bitcoin

*much like the old pc equipment in the attic...quantity vs quality*

well better then collecting cats in my old age....usb stick is much less hassle for an obsession

(good to have goals)

so I will meet you at the top or at the bottom of the hill.....I'm holding it all and prob (modestly) going to add more





What's your goal? For example, if you get 10%($38) profit, will you cut loose and take it and wait for another entry point? Making 10% quickly is better than being left hodling the bag...

Naw my goal is to accumulate bitcoin...if it works i get a super model wife..if it don't work i lose 3% of my entire net worth big whoop

only other way to get super model wife is to win lottery...

so i'm in it till it goes to the moon or goes benie baby (which means i'll have lots of btc...pretty much worthless but lots don't ya know)

I'm too stupid to know when to price getting/buying in/out etc



Well, wait long enough and you will catch the 10k with lots of others hodlers! Good luck!
262  Economy / Speculation / Re: At what price would you buy 1 BTC ? on: September 21, 2014, 03:15:49 AM
I bought in yesterday at near the low $380.01 usd for 1 BTC

placed my bets...(now of course have confirmed that it is gonna tank further I always pick the wrong time....don't ya know)

anyway ..holding all I've ever made or bought

if BTC tanks and I follow it down buying ..in my obsessed manner...I will have lots and lots of Bitcoin

*much like the old pc equipment in the attic...quantity vs quality*

well better then collecting cats in my old age....usb stick is much less hassle for an obsession

(good to have goals)

so I will meet you at the top or at the bottom of the hill.....I'm holding it all and prob (modestly) going to add more





What's your goal? For example, if you get 10%($38) profit, will you cut loose and take it and wait for another entry point? Making 10% quickly is better than being left hodling the bag...
263  Economy / Speculation / Re: At what price would you buy 1 BTC ? on: September 21, 2014, 03:13:06 AM
If the price of BTC is below the cost of 20-30% of miners, then it is the price to buy.
Care to elaborate on this.. I'm interested in what you're getting at.

You have to investigate available hardware and then compute their mining ability taking into consideration other costs such as electricity, administrative costs etc.

To be quite honest, traders have got into this game since end of last year and the whole thing is messed up now. Its basically a dog eat dog world since traders don't intend to HODL and simply want to ride the wave to make a few bucks.

Unless you are smarter than the traders in the game, you won't make money, since they will take your money!

Traders aren't smart. They just buy and sell and sometimes win and sometimes lose.

If you believe in the technology then its a simple decision

1 is bitcoin here to stay

2 does $400 represent good vlue

3 is it likely to increase in value over 2/3 years

4 Buy and wait

All 4 points you mentioned is something NO ONE knows the answer to so what's the point mentioning it? Not all traders are fools, there are those who have proper emotional control and think logically and know when to cut loose and take profits. In fact, traders love volatility which brings around a lot of chops as they ride waves.
264  Economy / Speculation / Re: BTC drop to next level coming...bail the F out now! on: September 21, 2014, 03:10:00 AM
PayPal as well as the Winklewoss ETF later this year may bring things around...
265  Economy / Speculation / Re: WAT on: September 20, 2014, 10:26:26 PM
I bought in at 330. and now the price is 255-260. ..... And i thought the price was going up.....  Shocked

You are going to lose all your money! Now, to make sure you lose everything you own, keep buying BTC in increments as it goes down every 50. This way you will gather up a huge loss but have the feeling that that last BTC you bought is doing good  as it comes back up for air a bit. If it does go up 50, sell it and you made 50 though you are still holding the bag on the rest.

Have fun, don't stress out too much yo!
266  Economy / Speculation / Re: At what price would you buy 1 BTC ? on: September 20, 2014, 10:22:29 PM
If the price of BTC is below the cost of 20-30% of miners, then it is the price to buy.
Care to elaborate on this.. I'm interested in what you're getting at.

You have to investigate available hardware and then compute their mining ability taking into consideration other costs such as electricity, administrative costs etc.

To be quite honest, traders have got into this game since end of last year and the whole thing is messed up now. Its basically a dog eat dog world since traders don't intend to HODL and simply want to ride the wave to make a few bucks.

Unless you are smarter than the traders in the game, you won't make money, since they will take your money!
267  Economy / Speculation / Re: EBAY IS GOING TO ACCEPT BTC on: September 20, 2014, 03:08:55 AM
EBay and Amazon need to start accepting bitcoin to at least have that edge on Ali baba...

Alibaba does B2B whereas Ebay and Amazon sell underpants for a tiny little commission...Ebay and Amazon are worth jack when it comes to Alibaba! You can open an account and sell stuff on Ebay and Amazon right now without paying anything. Try opening an account to do business on Alibaba and you will see how much they charge you!
268  Economy / Speculation / Re: What is the reason for the current bitcoin value crash? on: September 18, 2014, 07:49:05 PM
One reason why BTC is falling is that money is moving into markets now since the economy is starting to do well.
269  Economy / Speculation / Re: What is the reason for the current bitcoin value crash? on: September 18, 2014, 07:48:34 PM
Bitcoin is crashing again  Cry Is there a reason?
Yes, tulips, whales selling and dumb money realising they have been duped.


tulips, wtf? Why whales have been duped?

'Dumb money' may mean YOU if you are still hodling your bag! Once again YOU are 'Tulips'~
270  Economy / Speculation / Re: BTC drop to next level coming...bail the F out now! on: September 18, 2014, 12:49:34 AM
Here are more accurate figures from the ones I am looking at:

1) On BitFinex: There are 2372 BTCs placed to be sold at $470-$475, so no way up here
2) On BitStamp: There are 2529 BTCs placed to be sold at $482-$485, so no way up here neither
3) On BTC-e: There are 198 BTCs placed to be sold at $441, given the usual volume of BTC-e, no way up here neither.
4) Kraken and BTC-China: Nothing out of the ordinary there

So, from the above, BTC is intentionally being pushed down, and frankly it's not that enjoyable to deal anymore.

I'd still wait for few months hoping this game ends soon.

Regards
Heider


That's going to take a lot of buying power to cut through over it. We may indeed have to wait for a few months or some kind of major good news to break out at this point.
271  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin (BTC/USD) Price Prediction. $4000-$6500 by August/September 2014. on: September 14, 2014, 04:36:11 PM
OP had an extra 0 tagged to that estimated value.
272  Economy / Speculation / Re: The next bubble will be sooner and bigger than you think on: September 07, 2014, 08:44:15 PM
Up to 70% trade happens in China...Bitcoin is not going anywhere anytime unless it's favorable to them.
273  Economy / Speculation / Re: Cheap BTC, get in now if not already on board! on: August 21, 2014, 12:10:23 PM
Don't get left out...train's leavin...

Hope everyone got on board...
274  Economy / Speculation / Re: i bought almost 1btc.. at 475$ on: August 21, 2014, 12:07:27 PM
Now you can check the price daily and freak out about it. Lol!
275  Economy / Speculation / Re: And after this profitable sell-off, this is probably the bottom on: August 16, 2014, 10:16:04 PM
Traders are in this game now. And traders love waves so they can buy and sell often. Trades don't about going to the moon and instead get turned on by roller coaster rides.

Be careful and get yourself some good charts with indicators on it. Its a chop-chop world in BTC now.
276  Economy / Speculation / Re: Cheap BTC, get in now if not already on board! on: August 16, 2014, 10:12:41 PM
Don't get left out...train's leavin...
277  Economy / Speculation / Cheap BTC, get in now if not already on board! on: August 15, 2014, 12:39:13 AM
This is an opportunity to get into the game and not have to cry like a baby when it takes off into the $1000s.
278  Economy / Speculation / Re: BTC drop to next level coming...bail the F out now! on: August 14, 2014, 03:06:09 AM
seems to me that the issue is bitcoin's market cap isn't big enough to absorb the hits. it's still too volatile, at least to me.

It definitely is but was way more volatile before and it has gotten a lot better recently. I hope as the market cap increases, the volatility decreases with increased volume.
279  Economy / Speculation / Re: BTC drop to next level coming...bail the F out now! on: August 14, 2014, 01:58:04 AM
Bitlicense issue has pushed the bottom heavy BTC on its ass...worst bottom spike in 6 months but not as bad as the February one.
280  Economy / Speculation / Re: The end is coming. on: August 13, 2014, 03:19:26 PM
Yeah......the ultimate fate of the shitcoins was always pretty obvious but the way Litecoin is going is surprising me. It just seemed somehow to be the natural order of things that Litecoin would be #2 to Bitcoin, but it seems that there is only Bitcoin. Litecoin is just another shit-coin with zero practical uptake.

Yeah, it sucks to still be the #2 cryptocurrency.   Roll Eyes

And is everyone forgetting that Bitcoin fell to a $4B marketcap just 3 months ago, as compared to the $7.5B market cap that it has now?  That it has almost doubled in the 3 months since?

It's easy to cry the sky is falling in a downtrend.  So easy.

This is a good point in that market cap should be considered along with other TA.
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