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421  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer - MtGoxUSD wall movement tracker on: December 04, 2012, 08:42:44 PM
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422  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer - MtGoxUSD wall movement tracker on: December 04, 2012, 08:33:04 PM
rally on a tuesday

always on tuesdays why?!?!
423  Economy / Goods / Re: Anonymous Instant Reloadable VISA card on: September 07, 2012, 11:17:34 PM
I also received PLN card, works in US I can vouch for the pekao bank cards,
424  Economy / Speculation / Re: Services/software for bitcoin tech analysis on: September 03, 2012, 06:26:16 AM
Any linux programs? dont have windows Sad
425  Economy / Speculation / Re: Financial Risk Analytics-Subscription Service on: September 02, 2012, 06:47:33 AM
is this service like beyond worthless? why is cypherdoc aka OP the only one posting? any back up to how correct his analysis is no biased people please!
426  Economy / Speculation / Re: Noob Here Interested in Trading Bitcoin on: September 02, 2012, 04:45:41 AM
Lol,

Honest bob that is not really that sound of advice,

Saying technical analysis is silly would be the same as calling game theory silly, xing out either one completely is just screwing yourself in the long run, thinking that technical analysis is worthless will only lead to one thing, You never taking the time to learn it, Everything in trading is important and has a play on the market,

Game theory is not something im familiar with but ill try to get familiar with it because hell if its good then its something I can add to my repertoire but calling technical analysis silly IS silly,

Also ive learned anyone that calls themselves honest usually isnt. and throw in the furby avatar kind of tops the cake who im going to listen to, but saying to put all your money on the exchange and then gambling it all away? might as well make it fun and go to vegas
 
trade with what you can risk losing, as wave said you play with the farm your going to lose just that if you make the wrong decision, takes money to make money so make sure to always have a reserve.
427  Economy / Speculation / Re: Noob Here Interested in Trading Bitcoin on: September 01, 2012, 06:59:15 PM
Ah, the arrogance of naivete and the fallacy of winning a zero sum game. Just remember that when you trade bitcoins because you believe the price will go up (or down), you are trading with another person who is equally convinced that the price will go down (or up). How do you know that you are right and the other person is wrong?

btw, technical analysis is fantasy dressed up to look like science. It's about as valid as homeopathy and its predictive powers are on par with astrology.




Lol is this even serious? Why dont you tell that to anyone on wall street and see how many people laugh at you or try to take your money

so what do you base your trading on? hopes and dreams? i think most traders will agree that none of them trade on guess they trade on statistics, patterns, news, so many factors come into the play of overall bitcoin price and your saying that technical analysis is a fancy science?

How do you know who is right or wrong? that doesnt matter this is the market regardless of the price going up or down price doesnt mean shit, you change your strategy based on whats going on, tell this to the many traders here that are making money on every down and up swing that happens,

428  Economy / Speculation / Re: Noob Here Interested in Trading Bitcoin on: September 01, 2012, 06:18:46 AM
Hey marsh im in the same boat as well, moderately new to trading but have been following bitcoins for over a year now,

I would say that some good advice would be to always do your own analysis and use everyone elses with a grain of salt, ive noticed that 80% of the time what the general feelings of speculation related to the market are totally opposite, everyones always either trying to say theres going to be a crash to reap in cheap coins or vice versa,

BTC charts is the best for everything you need it has all indicators and the chart system is very good from what I can tell however Ive never traded forex, stocks, bonds, only bitcoin

some advice I was given is 2-5 day is good for short term but 10 day 1 mo will always give a more accurate depiction on the market

but im also new to lol always open to advice, good luck!

edit:
also 10-20k is definitely a good float as long as you can accurately play the downs and ups of the market you will definitely see some big return just make sure you are making more correct decisions than wrong, always take losing money as a learning experience thats the way I see it!,
429  Economy / Speculation / Re: i've got a feeling on: August 27, 2012, 06:59:56 AM
I think its obvious

either kent

A) Has a friend who has 200K that was ready to buy

or

B) Kent has 200K and was going to buy

either or I do not care let the rally commence I dunno about breaking 32 like last year but fucking A if we see close to 20 alot of people will be happy
430  Economy / Speculation / Re: Is $10.50 the new $10? on: August 27, 2012, 06:10:15 AM
proposition 1A: anyone who replies with this pic from here on out is insta-banned.

which pic?


Weallseewhatyoudidthere
431  Economy / Speculation / Re: Is $10.50 the new $10? on: August 27, 2012, 05:52:03 AM



Mwhahahahah Eat your once funny now overused internet meme,

UP UP UP!!!
432  Economy / Speculation / Re: Is $10.50 the new $10? on: August 26, 2012, 05:20:24 AM
hilarious the first time i saw it but now im just throwing up on the inside from seeing the ladys face

I feel up is where we go,
433  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: I've said pirateat40 was running a ponzi on: August 18, 2012, 06:04:22 PM
these threads are hilarious, honestly, when bitcoins up everyones all buying cars this to the moon that but as soon as it starts dropping a few dollars from its 2012 high everyone is thinking the worst

regardless of the price going down and the ridiculous volatility there are people out there who run operations on bitcoin, this isnt the first time price has gone down and im sure it wont be the last, but also the latter probably not the last time its going to go up either

I for one am making money either way but am holding a big sum of BTC cause i know it will bounce back, someone said yesterday about the shakedown and all the weak hands are leaving, I still see that as whats going on, all the weak are stirring up forum fud  Tongue

434  Economy / Speculation / Re: the dirty secret behind bitcoin on: June 01, 2012, 02:01:44 AM
are you trying to entice people to sell here? its been stable for the longest ive been following bitcoin for Up seems to be the only direction in my eyes

then again what do I know I only have 15 posts!!! Shocked
435  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-qt cant make connection to tor on: April 11, 2012, 01:20:01 AM
Disregard this message thanks buddy it worked like a charm!!!, I appreciate your time and would gladly compensate you for it just let me know a bitcoin address Smiley

436  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-qt cant make connection to tor on: April 10, 2012, 05:16:59 PM
hey mo

thank you for the reply I have a gut feeling that your answer is on the right track to solving this problem,
I currently am using the tor browser bundle, after following the direction you gave me I have noticed that it is a random port number and not 9050 so with this would I have to insert 9050 in the port for browser bundle or change the bitcoin clients port to the one of the bundles,

Also you say repos but is this another word for synaptic manager? I am fairly new to linux i can manage the basic tasks but some words dont have meaning to me yet and alot of programs I dont fully understand

however your answer is very appreciated thank you for posting up!!!!
437  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-qt cant make connection to tor on: April 08, 2012, 08:45:28 PM
thanks for the reply currently my port is set to the tor default which is 9050, if you are referring to the IP/port within the bitcoin client,

Ive had problems like this in the past but never for this amount of time, following what you said should I change my port to one of the ones you have listed?
438  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin-qt cant make connection to tor on: April 08, 2012, 07:56:33 PM
Hi bitcointalk!

Just wanted to see if I could get some light on my situation, as the title states my bitcoin-qt is having trouble connecting to the tor network, Currently running Linux mint 12 Lisa I have a connection to tor through vidalia but my bitcoin qt is not able to connect through tor, all the settings are correct on my bitcoin wallet

Any suggestion as to why my GUI isnt connecting? also I was wondering what the difference between bitcoind and bitcoin-qt are

thanks in advance
439  Economy / Marketplace / Re: CoinCard - Buying Amazon $ and gift cards with Bitcoin on: March 07, 2012, 08:06:47 PM
ill give coincard a bump and vouch for their legitimacy!!

used for gift card and went through perfect, would use again in a heart beat thanks
440  Other / Beginners & Help / Help please on: March 04, 2012, 07:56:45 AM
Hello, well since I havent been on for a total of 5 hours yet i cant post anywhere but this section,

I have the bitcoin-qt client downloaded on ubuntu however when i try to set encryption or change any other option for that matte as soon as i hit apply or ok the client crashes

is there any explanation to this?

Appreciate all feedback and thanks in advance to those of you that reply

take care!
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