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November 18, 2015, 05:14:55 AM
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you are a pro trader,why must stop..just take a rest for a while,and start trading again Grin matbe you just need some picnic Grin

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November 18, 2015, 06:30:57 AM
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you are a pro trader,why must stop..just take a rest for a while,and start trading again Grin matbe you just need some picnic Grin

I do it too
Im lose 1.6btc some month ago and i rest from trader at 4month
now i want to trade again but it's very hard to start again

I think i need more spirit
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November 19, 2015, 09:42:40 AM
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So guys, after 2 years of trading i am going to stop. (unless i have full time to trade, which i currently don't)

I have calculated all my trades on the various platforms i have used in the last couple years.

Deposited: 47BTC (roughly)

Withdrew: 40BTC (roughly)

Overall i am happy with the results, i would pay 7 BTC anyday for what i have learned so far.

Now the question is: what the fuck do i do now with my money.

What to do is a million-dollar question.

I can suggest you a very good (according to me) investing site where I had invested myself. To not forget that is good for me but you must evaluate yourself it. Must not be so for you. Wink The money are yours and the decision to invest there must be only yours. Must not be taken in consideration my words. I want to tell only that the website has 5 years online without interruption and pay everyday. There are a mountain of other data within the website which show everything about it and give all the possible knowledge about its activity, source of the earnings and any other kind of data. According to me, if you invest there, even not all your bitcoins but only half of those you can have the lost bitcoins in trading in less than three months. If you are interested PM me to give you the reflink. In this way you can evaluate yourself what to do and if this option is interesting for you.
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November 20, 2015, 07:40:41 AM
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Where did you get 47 btc capital? Are you a bussinessman or what? Its not small amount. And the loss too huge to stop trade. Have you tried to make it at least 47 btc again?
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November 20, 2015, 10:59:02 AM
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Where did you get 47 btc capital? Are you a bussinessman or what? Its not small amount. And the loss too huge to stop trade. Have you tried to make it at least 47 btc again?
47 bitcoin was a small amount 3 years ago. At that time, each bitcoin cost less than $10. So it was only $470. Nowadays, it is a lot of money. In 10 years, it will be huge amount of money. I would suggest everybody holds at least 1 bitcoin to see the effects of 1 bitcoin investment to your total wealth.
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November 20, 2015, 02:40:28 PM
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So guys, after 2 years of trading i am going to stop. (unless i have full time to trade, which i currently don't)

I have calculated all my trades on the various platforms i have used in the last couple years.

Deposited: 47BTC (roughly)

Withdrew: 40BTC (roughly)

Overall i am happy with the results, i would pay 7 BTC anyday for what i have learned so far.

Now the question is: what the fuck do i do now with my money.

Good for you but why stop now?

You could just save it all up and wait for future investments, you might get a better deal out of that
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November 21, 2015, 07:34:42 AM
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Where did you get 47 btc capital? Are you a bussinessman or what? Its not small amount. And the loss too huge to stop trade. Have you tried to make it at least 47 btc again?
47 bitcoin was a small amount 3 years ago. At that time, each bitcoin cost less than $10. So it was only $470. Nowadays, it is a lot of money. In 10 years, it will be huge amount of money. I would suggest everybody holds at least 1 bitcoin to see the effects of 1 bitcoin investment to your total wealth.

he said "after two years of trading" so supposedly he bought those in 2013 and the price was high already, not $10 like you said

where did you get 3 years from?
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November 21, 2015, 11:31:36 PM
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$10 BTC - haven't seen that since early 2012  Cheesy
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November 22, 2015, 05:42:23 PM
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$10 BTC - haven't seen that since early 2012  Cheesy

Lol i step in much later. But if it goes there, I will make sure to buy 400 and prepare for retirement at the same time.
Cashing out bitcoins and buying some real estate.

The future is bright people.
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November 24, 2015, 04:22:56 PM
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$10 BTC - haven't seen that since early 2012  Cheesy

Lol i step in much later. But if it goes there, I will make sure to buy 400 and prepare for retirement at the same time.

if it goes there will you honestly dare buy?
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November 24, 2015, 04:31:06 PM
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Invest in DigiCube this coin has a promising future.
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November 25, 2015, 05:30:46 PM
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I know you have worked so hard for the amount of bitcoins you have now. You however need to be careful not to waste this coins reason being you were never gifted, you worked for them. You better find an investment field where you will be able place the money and enjoy the dividends on an annual basis. You have to invest for the future to come when you have not constant source of income. You can place the money in real estates projects among other top end money generating projects.
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November 26, 2015, 04:20:46 AM
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I quit trading recently too. I've had ups and downs with trading for sure, especially considering I started from nearly nothing and had a large stash of Bitcoins at one point from trading huge bubbles and gambling (got lucky).

Eventually, that stash was depleted from trading (mostly), as well as buying stuff and gambling.

I had a few good months recently, but I started school again and I started losing money from trading again massively. I'm essentially out of the trading game too at this point.

Maybe the next bubble I'll pop back in though! Smiley

From my experience, buying before the bubble seems to be the best way to acquire money rather than buying and holding/hoping.
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November 26, 2015, 07:28:50 AM
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It's everyone decision to trade or quit trading, personally when i have free time i try to trade a bit if i think that i can make a little profit, the price of bitcoin is increasing so maybe this is a good chance to trade before the black friday.


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November 28, 2015, 07:39:38 AM
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Everyone need to know that trading is really a waste of time. I almost spend my money in, Happy that I didn't
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November 28, 2015, 11:50:36 AM
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is this usual? 2 years of effort for a large loss, and shouldn't all of this experience make you a great trader. With all of this time and money invested I wouldnt give up just now
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November 28, 2015, 11:56:09 AM
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Everyone need to know that trading is really a waste of time. I almost spend my money in, Happy that I didn't
I am not agree with you I am also doing trade for long time and I have learn too much I started from faucets and then touch 1 btc without any investment still enjoying this
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November 28, 2015, 01:50:48 PM
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So guys, after 2 years of trading i am going to stop. (unless i have full time to trade, which i currently don't)

I have calculated all my trades on the various platforms i have used in the last couple years.

Deposited: 47BTC (roughly)

Withdrew: 40BTC (roughly)

Overall i am happy with the results, i would pay 7 BTC anyday for what i have learned so far.

Now the question is: what the fuck do i do now with my money.

Most people don't profit with btc-fiat trading, altcoins are made for quick profit Grin
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November 30, 2015, 01:50:48 AM
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Where did you get 47 btc capital? Are you a bussinessman or what? Its not small amount. And the loss too huge to stop trade. Have you tried to make it at least 47 btc again?
47 bitcoin was a small amount 3 years ago. At that time, each bitcoin cost less than $10. So it was only $470. Nowadays, it is a lot of money. In 10 years, it will be huge amount of money. I would suggest everybody holds at least 1 bitcoin to see the effects of 1 bitcoin investment to your total wealth.
47 btc x 376 = 17,672 usd. Sweet!

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December 04, 2015, 12:05:43 PM
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So guys, after 2 years of trading i am going to stop. (unless i have full time to trade, which i currently don't)

I have calculated all my trades on the various platforms i have used in the last couple years.

Deposited: 47BTC (roughly)

Withdrew: 40BTC (roughly)

Overall i am happy with the results, i would pay 7 BTC anyday for what i have learned so far.

Now the question is: what the fuck do i do now with my money.

Most people don't profit with btc-fiat trading, altcoins are made for quick profit Grin
Is there an altcoin that's not so volatile? I'm asking this because if I don't want to trade BTC/fiat, it can be a solution that I sell BTC for an altcoin that holds it price until BTC price drops a bit and after I trade it back buying BTC if I expect raise in BTC price again. Is there a kind of altcoin on the market?

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