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October 19, 2015, 05:37:10 PM
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Well, not big of a trading, not sure how you would like it, but you can have a go and look at cryptostocks.com

I`m not a big fan of trading either.

I have a friend who trade stocks in day trading on the exchange not bitcoin. But he lost $30,000 but now doing it succesfuly making $80,000 now.

I dont think I can handle the emotion.

Well, I cannot and would not move around that kind of sums on a regular basis. Too much pressure.
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October 19, 2015, 10:17:46 PM
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Well, not big of a trading, not sure how you would like it, but you can have a go and look at cryptostocks.com

I`m not a big fan of trading either.

I have a friend who trade stocks in day trading on the exchange not bitcoin. But he lost $30,000 but now doing it succesfuly making $80,000 now.

I dont think I can handle the emotion.

Well, I cannot and would not move around that kind of sums on a regular basis. Too much pressure.
It's OK if you start with smaller amount and you continue to increase the limit to reach to that amount. After some time it will be as natural as you pay for your coffee in the cafe every morning Smiley
Never mind, only kidding, but to start to trade with that amount without practice is a kind of suicide thing, for sure

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October 19, 2015, 11:02:14 PM
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I think you can't buy stocks from regulated markets with bitcoins. With dollars you need to register on a trader or investing bank, how do you do it with bitcoins?
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October 19, 2015, 11:19:02 PM
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I think you can't buy stocks from regulated markets with bitcoins. With dollars you need to register on a trader or investing bank, how do you do it with bitcoins?

In some countries, you may form a trust or a company. In some other places, the broker may hide your identity, and all your investments will be done under his name. It's getting more and more difficult though, with the ever growing AML and KYC regulations.

If you're looking for a trading/lending place,
better avoid Poloniex, as it socializes losses.
Learn more about it on this topic.
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October 19, 2015, 11:23:44 PM
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for now I do not trust the site to invest bitcoin, I have some experience investing bitcoin, I very much miss bitcoin, hopefully there is a trustworthy site for bitcoin invest in the future
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October 20, 2015, 09:45:47 PM
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I think you can't buy stocks from regulated markets with bitcoins. With dollars you need to register on a trader or investing bank, how do you do it with bitcoins?
In some countries, you may form a trust or a company. In some other places, the broker may hide your identity, and all your investments will be done under his name. It's getting more and more difficult though, with the ever growing AML and KYC regulations.
Maybe you can manage to find a broker to accept your bitcoin to buy stocks. Maybe you manage to find a good deal and win on the stocks let's say 5% in a longer period of time. Maybe the broker is not charging you any fees for the transaction.
But how you can be sure that for that longer period of time the exchange rate of bitcoin won't change opposite you? If it only rises 5% only you won't win anything as soon as you buy bitcoins again for your money.
Maybe if you want to do daytrade you don't need to count with the BTC exchange rate, I don't know if it's so volatile in a day too

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