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2401  Economy / Speculation / Re: Breaking: Bitcoin OFFICIALLY touches $1,000 on: January 02, 2017, 12:46:25 AM
What is a 'Bubble'
A bubble is an economic cycle characterized by rapid escalation of asset prices followed by a contraction. It is created by a surge in asset prices unwarranted by the fundamentals of the asset and driven by exuberant market behavior. When no more investors are willing to buy at the elevated price, a massive selloff occurs, causing the bubble to deflate.

~Bubble Definition | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com

So totally 100% warranted and then some..
2402  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 11:30:47 PM
Anyone know why btc-e is lagging so much behind?

iirc something to do with it being so hard to get fiat on and off of there..
What I was told years ago and seems to still stand..
2403  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [WTS] Casascius Physical Bitcoins [Location: USA & EU] (last update Jan 1st) on: January 01, 2017, 11:27:58 PM
Cool, thanks anyway..
2404  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [WTS] Casascius Physical Bitcoins [Location: USA & EU] (last update Jan 1st) on: January 01, 2017, 11:20:31 PM
Casascius 2013 Silver Single (1 BTC) Ungraded

I would like to trade my...

2013 Casascius brass .5 ungraded, excellent condition..
and..
Bitpiece Brass .25 35/100 Graded MS-68
and..
Bitpiece Brass .25 31/100 Graded MS-67

All loaded, for that silver Casascius single..

Smaller coins may be easier for you to move, we could use Blazed as middleman escrow so these could also stay in the USA and be easier for you to move..
That is, if your Casascius single doesn't look like it happened to fall in a running blender or something..

2405  Economy / Speculation / Re: Game theory - Any reason for Huobi/OKcoin to not manipulate the price high? on: January 01, 2017, 10:38:56 PM
Ive noticed some strange patterns of increasing the price on a least expected moments. Those moments where the football championships. Especially during the important matches. And even now as I wrote this. Its the time when people would rather be  drunk than trade.

The time period during the day of the rise in the price is usualy very early China, middle of the night Europe and ending the day shifts in America. It looks exactly like someone would want the least people to intervene in the market manipulation.

To make things more spicy every big rise in  a price was after some huge exchange had some serious problems with solvency. In 2016 it was a Bitfinex that had 2 major issues with their  exchanges and the rise in 2015 was followed by Bitstamp problems. Not to mention willybots rises earlier.

Maybe its not  only a manipulation, but its hugely unfair to the other market users to know to what extend the price is fake. Is it 200 or 300 usd or such.

As for me the price seems too high now for at least 100 usd. So im extremely cautious at trading  having only 10-20% of what I trade. The market is very visibly manipulated sadly. That doesnt mean the price should be at 900 usd per btc but I would at least feel more comfortable with it.

And yes. Most of the markets are fake. Thats a natural market state of afairs. And thats the rational people that make fool of themselfs in those fake markets. If you are a rational person you would have  a hard time earning the money on a bubbles.

Watching very closely today the western exchanges did not do a very good job of following china..
And huobi just took my upwards margin away but I still have downwards margin, fishy..

I really don't care if they are manipulating as long as they are manipulating towards UP.. More power to em..
2406  Economy / Speculation / Re: [POLL] Dow 20,000 vs Bitcoin $1,000 on: January 01, 2017, 10:31:54 PM
For sure it will be BTC. So that is where my vote lay.

Correct you were!!

BTC 4 tha win..
2407  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 10:26:26 PM
I've been spanking huobi all day and now they seem to have taken my fiat margin away...
I can still full margin short BTC but my available cny margin is now 0 zero..

Maybe it means something.. They don't want the American taking any more of their BTCs..
2408  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 10:09:19 PM
Coinbase is dumping all by itself.. 990 now.. wtf?

Really? I don't see that on my charts?

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/coinbase/btcusd

Non-trader btc holders cashing out?
2409  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 10:06:20 PM
Coinbase is dumping all by itself.. 990 now.. wtf?
2410  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 07:05:42 PM
OKCoin has been leading the push from what I've scene..

Their is an 1100+ BTC sell wall at 7150 CNY on huobi where I am trading... Holding the whole world up..

I made 9.3% more Bitcoins trading the chaos pump earlier today on all balls margin..
2411  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 01, 2017, 06:41:41 PM
Bitfinex broke $1k..

Waiting on coinbase and bitstamp still in high 990's
2412  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Is this illegal to do? (Turning Bitcoins to USD without using a Exchanger site) on: December 31, 2016, 02:01:32 AM
Cool project..

Love your roadmap..
2413  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The best traders in the world what they have in common on: December 31, 2016, 12:16:30 AM
the best trader in the world is george soros
he is can control price
if you want succes you can learn history in trader soros, in early trade use low capital money

He got short on the sp500 and bought hillary!!!! lololoololzzzz

rekt
2414  Economy / Speculation / Re: [POLL] Dow 20,000 vs Bitcoin $1,000 on: December 30, 2016, 10:53:29 PM
Maybe neither?
2415  Other / Off-topic / Re: A place called Home on: December 30, 2016, 12:32:05 AM
That doesn't look very flat..
2416  Economy / Speculation / Re: Speculation Strategies? (Am a noob that has none - but is looking) on: December 29, 2016, 11:39:57 PM
You don't always HAVE to rebuy lower than you sold.. For example..

Btc is having a hard time going through $1k right now.. mmkay..

Put a sell order in the high 900's as high as you think it will hit while it's beating on this resistance..

If it doesn't go through $1k then cool, rebuy when it stops going down..

If it goes through $1k cool, buy immediately and ride the breakout pump..

What do you feel the chances of it going down/up are? 10/90? 50/50? 90/10?

Well then sell 10/90 50/50 or 90/10

Sit on your comfortable position and be prepared to act immediately in either direction as soon as new data is available to you.. Like crossing resistance or support vanishing..

some places might let you have if/then orders so you can leave it unattended like stops..
If btc price >/= to $1001 buy XX BTC..
If btc price </= to $930 sell xx BTC..

Most of my stash is cold because I'm a Bitcoin believer, I like to say "BTC to $10k" jokingly but in reality I believe the chances of it going to 10k before ZERO are about 99.99%..

My trading position on huobi is sitting margin long and I don't really care if it's margin called because it's funds already written off as an education expense trying a new exchange.. I jump on now and then and "sell high buy low" to increase my stake, but default position is all in.. I'd get to it before it called me anyway, no fear..
No fear = win a lot of the time even if it's a position "just for the lolz"..

Like PEPES.. I saw them darn rare pepes early and thought it was hillarious and a cool blockchain experiment so I bought like maybe $30 worth just for the lolz.. Pulled over .8 BTC back out of it by now and still counting..

If you have large capitol you are trying to trade then you need a market like BTC for it's liquidity to let you in..
If your not messing with enough to push a small market then you can make much easier larger %s elsewhere..

Edit: Also, this ain't no real bubble yet..
If I start to think it is bet your ass I'm gonna panic buy and I haven't yet, I have no online fiat but I have more BTC that I could margin buy more with when panic time comes..
You just want to be one of the early panicers and then dump on the late panicers..

Basically if it dumps from here I'm not sellin crap anyway unless I'm in daytrade mode just trying to increase my BTC steak..
2417  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Question About Poloniex on: December 29, 2016, 09:37:38 PM
I'm new to trading and Poloniex. I noticed a set of 4 Tabs under MARKETS. The first tab lists most of the Altcoins. What are the other 3 tabs used for? (ETH, XMR, USDT)?

They are diferent curency then Bitcoin.

First tab are different altcoins traded with Bitcoin, or BTC pairs.
Second tab are different altcoins traded with Ethereum, or ETH pairs.
Third tab are different altcoins traded with Monero , or XMR pairs.
Fourth tab are different alltcoins traded with Tether, or USDT pairs. 

Yes, so instead of trading alts against btc, you are trading alts against whatever other alt the market is.

Good luck out there!! Don't give up too easily, becoming proficient takes time..
2418  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Latest Paypal Claims for Terms on: December 29, 2016, 03:10:46 AM
pp is really pulling out the stops to try to save their business from big bad BTC..


I imagine they are doing this because they are afraid of Bitcoin.. Why else?


if you read the OP, the approve the trading of BTC for business accounts, not personal accounts, because the trading of currencies is a business TX

"She pointed me to the newer terms and explained that a business account can deal in a certain number of currency to currency TX's per anum, the amount is not shared publically, but supposedly a business account is fine until that number is reached.  Once the number is passed, the account is limited and a call to support will unlimit the account, but only after a PP lecture to leave BTC alone."

Yeah, they sound real BTC friendly.. Mmkay..

I always sign up to crypto exchanges as an individual, not a business..

Paypal never wanted me to be a business when I paid Germans in Euros or aussies in AUD..
2419  Economy / Securities / Re: Have 1 Btc Looking for a stable investment on: December 29, 2016, 03:03:09 AM
I know keeping the bitcoins is the best option but i still wanted to know that do you guys know a place where i can invest and the return isn't too high and less risk. I already bet of sportsbet so i am not interested in gambling or betting.
I have no hopes with the so called shitty cloud mining as most of them are ponzi scam etc.
If you guys any site please let me know.

Lend it out on polo's lending section..
The only risk is polo goxing, profits are lowish though, about .013% per day right now but that's about as low as it ever gets.. I've had loans at 4% per day there before..
Lot better than you would get from a savings account on your inflating fiat though that's for sure..

I hear a couple other exchanges have this margin lending and also that bankrolling casinos can be a decently safeish investment..

I would be willing to state that I do not believe that a single person has EVER lost money lending on polo, no risk, only them totally goxing..
2420  Economy / Services / Re: Who's the richest Cryptocurrency trader in this thread? Who has the most BTC? on: December 29, 2016, 02:38:52 AM
I'm willing to work as hard as required and I will even work for free as long as I can one day learn how to be successful in this financial art. I'm not trying to get rich overnight. I'm asking for a mentor to help me be where they are. I'm just trying to expand my knowledge to the point my knowledge can produce income.

Jump in the highest volume polo markets with $10 of BTC and daytrade from 5+ hours a day for a couple weeks..
Buy every time you think it's going to go up, and sell every time you think it is going to go down.. Watch the books, it's all in the books, like waves of orders that push the price/buoy back and forth..
Maybe invest more when you turn that into $50..

first do some good research on how to properly read candle charts, and learn what the depth chart means, how to properly and speedily enter and execute orders..
Forget those fancy indicators and TA, crypto pumps/dumps are way too random for that..

Some basic TA maybe..
You see double tops it's beating against resistance, you should have scene that resistance on the books with your own eyes real time before it was ever on the chart..
Double top lows getting higher? You should have scene those support orders coming in on the books filling the buy side.. Watch the wall shrink, It's gonna go through - buy..
Double top crash? You should have scene the volume of buys into the wall peter out on the books and trade history..

If it's a whale flash dump or pump don't feel bad.. No TA is going to predict wales but when you see a new wall come in on the books its time to act fast..

What kind of market are you looking to trade?

I'm learning huobi right now and doing well, but it sucks for reliability, glitches and delays screw me.. I really want to trade OKCoin but I'm in the US..
I'm getting burnt out on alts..

My new GPU is running polo like I didn't even know was possible so I may screw with them some more, idk..

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