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June 06, 2014, 01:04:53 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

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June 06, 2014, 01:10:40 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

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June 06, 2014, 01:49:06 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

Then you are doing exactly what you should be doing and do not feel in any way bad about your position.

Harry Callahan said:

" A man's GOT to know his limitations."

Do what you do and do it well.

You will be both happy and successful.

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June 06, 2014, 01:58:37 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

Then you are doing exactly what you should be doing and do not feel in any way bad about your position.

Harry Callahan said:

" A man's GOT to know his limitations."

Do what you do and do it well.

You will be both happy and successful.

Thanks! This forum has been a huge help in finding those investments as well. I take more of a buy and grow approach as opposed to the buy and hold approach.

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June 06, 2014, 02:49:20 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

Then you are doing exactly what you should be doing and do not feel in any way bad about your position.

Harry Callahan said:

" A man's GOT to know his limitations."

Do what you do and do it well.

You will be both happy and successful.

Thanks! This forum has been a huge help in finding those investments as well. I take more of a buy and grow ap

"Chance the Gardener: Yes. In the garden, growth has it seasons. First comes spring and summer, but then we have fall and winter. And then we get spring and summer again."


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June 06, 2014, 02:53:43 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

Then you are doing exactly what you should be doing and do not feel in any way bad about your position.

Harry Callahan said:

" A man's GOT to know his limitations."

Do what you do and do it well.

You will be both happy and successful.

Thanks! This forum has been a huge help in finding those investments as well. I take more of a buy and grow ap

"Chance the Gardener: Yes. In the garden, growth has it seasons. First comes spring and summer, but then we have fall and winter. And then we get spring and summer again."



Ah Being There! I still think Forrest Gump was sort of a rip off of that book. 

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June 06, 2014, 03:24:10 AM
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It's like "just shut up and hodl"

Well, yeah but you also might do a little day trading with part of your stock of BTC.

If i tried day trading I would be broke. My gambling skills are about the same. I just look for prudent and safe investments.

Then you are doing exactly what you should be doing and do not feel in any way bad about your position.

Harry Callahan said:

" A man's GOT to know his limitations."

Do what you do and do it well.

You will be both happy and successful.

Thanks! This forum has been a huge help in finding those investments as well. I take more of a buy and grow ap

"Chance the Gardener: Yes. In the garden, growth has it seasons. First comes spring and summer, but then we have fall and winter. And then we get spring and summer again."



Ah Being There! I still think Forrest Gump was sort of a rip off of that book. 

Naw, Forrest is a different breed of cat but nevertheless fits right in.

Don't worry.

Be happy.

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June 06, 2014, 04:11:45 AM
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Are you following your own example plan or are you still day trading like earlier this year and late last year?

I'm not against the plan you pose above, in fact I support it, but it is easier said than done when your motto is to diversify. Price upticks generally get people to sell.

I've diversified out of bitcoin enough to be fine with my gains even if Bitcoin went to zero.

But still have a good stake in it should it continue to the Milky Way.

All in all, people who keep their funds on exchanges to attempt to scalp the markets will likely end up losing purely based on the single biggest security issue with that type of method, 3rd party risk.

If you start with a small amount and slowly work up to over 1200% gains, then (after removing the original investment) it is impossible to "end up losing" due to 3rd party risk.  Smiley

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June 06, 2014, 04:19:33 AM
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Are you following your own example plan or are you still day trading like earlier this year and late last year?

I'm not against the plan you pose above, in fact I support it, but it is easier said than done when your motto is to diversify. Price upticks generally get people to sell.

I've diversified out of bitcoin enough to be fine with my gains even if Bitcoin went to zero.

But still have a good stake in it should it continue to the Milky Way.

All in all, people who keep their funds on exchanges to attempt to scalp the markets will likely end up losing purely based on the single biggest security issue with that type of method, 3rd party risk.

If you start with a small amount and slowly work up to over 1200% gains, then (after removing the original investment) it is impossible to "end up losing" due to 3rd party risk.  Smiley

I do what I do behind the curtain and I seek others who which to do the same.......................

I am very good at what I do, thank you.

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June 06, 2014, 05:05:32 AM
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Are you following your own example plan or are you still day trading like earlier this year and late last year?

I'm not against the plan you pose above, in fact I support it, but it is easier said than done when your motto is to diversify. Price upticks generally get people to sell.

I've diversified out of bitcoin enough to be fine with my gains even if Bitcoin went to zero.

But still have a good stake in it should it continue to the Milky Way.

All in all, people who keep their funds on exchanges to attempt to scalp the markets will likely end up losing purely based on the single biggest security issue with that type of method, 3rd party risk.

If you start with a small amount and slowly work up to over 1200% gains, then (after removing the original investment) it is impossible to "end up losing" due to 3rd party risk.  Smiley

I do what I do behind the curtain and I seek others who which to do the same.......................

I am very good at what I do, thank you.


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June 06, 2014, 05:45:29 AM
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Are you following your own example plan or are you still day trading like earlier this year and late last year?

I have never been daytrading BTC. I sold in Nov-Dec and bought back in Feb, so my classification would be "swingtrading". Before and after that I had very little in exchanges. Of course as the price rises again, I'll have to figure out how to divest. I am open to suggestions from all lawful buyers who pay first, after the price crosses $3000.

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I'm not against the plan you pose above, in fact I support it, but it is easier said than done when your motto is to diversify. Price upticks generally get people to sell.

Problem with people's natural instinct is that they sell in the meager upticks in the early part of the move and then don't sell when the price goes ballistic, which would be a good time to sell (with a plan).

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All in all, people who keep their funds on exchanges to attempt to scalp the markets will likely end up losing purely based on the single biggest security issue with that type of method, 3rd party risk.

I also lost BTC250 with Mt.Gox, and I am not proud of it since it was a losign proposition to start with. But that was still only a fraction of my gains made by swingtrading last winter.
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June 06, 2014, 06:00:12 AM
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I have never been daytrading BTC. I sold in Nov-Dec and bought back in Feb, so my classification would be "swingtrading". Before and after that I had very little in exchanges. Of course as the price rises again, I'll have to figure out how to divest. I am open to suggestions from all lawful buyers who pay first, after the price crosses $3000.


Medium-term trading BTC makes the most sense, especially in a market where the moves are so extreme. Scalping and day trading is very exciting, but it's too hard to be prepared for the bigger moves when the focus is closing out both sides of many smaller trades.

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June 06, 2014, 06:06:40 AM
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Are you following your own example plan or are you still day trading like earlier this year and late last year?

I have never been daytrading BTC. I sold in Nov-Dec and bought back in Feb, so my classification would be "swingtrading". Before and after that I had very little in exchanges. Of course as the price rises again, I'll have to figure out how to divest. I am open to suggestions from all lawful buyers who pay first, after the price crosses $3000.

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I'm not against the plan you pose above, in fact I support it, but it is easier said than done when your motto is to diversify. Price upticks generally get people to sell.

Problem with people's natural instinct is that they sell in the meager upticks in the early part of the move and then don't sell when the price goes ballistic, which would be a good time to sell (with a plan).

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All in all, people who keep their funds on exchanges to attempt to scalp the markets will likely end up losing purely based on the single biggest security issue with that type of method, 3rd party risk.

I also lost BTC250 with Mt.Gox, and I am not proud of it since it was a losign proposition to start with. But that was still only a fraction of my gains made by swingtrading last winter.

Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

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June 06, 2014, 06:14:26 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

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June 06, 2014, 06:21:26 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

It also depends on your personality. Some people are best suited for "buy and hold" and others have the character traits which give them a better chance to win at trading. Just be careful, since most traders lose long-term.

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June 06, 2014, 06:23:51 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

Thanks. I have a lot to learn about technical analysis and markets before I try it. I would have no clue how to time it. 

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June 06, 2014, 06:25:27 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

It also depends on your personality. Some people are best suited for "buy and hold" and others have the character traits which give them a better chance to win at trading. Just be careful, since most traders lose long-term.

For right now I just do careful investments. I add about 1% or so a week so it isn't bad. If I tried to trade now it would simply be gambling and that is always a losing prospect.

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June 06, 2014, 06:51:57 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

It also depends on your personality. Some people are best suited for "buy and hold" and others have the character traits which give them a better chance to win at trading. Just be careful, since most traders lose long-term.

For right now I just do careful investments. I add about 1% or so a week so it isn't bad. If I tried to trade now it would simply be gambling and that is always a losing prospect.

Trading is risk taking where a moderate number of people are able to win long-term.
Edit: I misread something....If for you personally, it would be too much of a "gamble", then certainly don't do it.
Trading is also addictive, so having a chance to actually win long-term is important.  Smiley

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June 06, 2014, 06:56:33 AM
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Wow you make my meager holdings look even more pitiful. I do not have the skills nor the psychological make up for day trading but would you be willing to explain swing trading a bit more? I understand if you don't want to share any secrets, but as someone that is all ready at a place I can only hope to reach one day anything you would be willing to share would be most welcome.

If I understand it correctly, the trading he did was back when Bitcoin's price was spiraling upwards (in excess of $1000USD) and at that point he sold off, expecting the price to subsequently fall (which it did). When it eventually fell to around $450 he just bought back in effectively more than doubling what was traded in a single swoop. It's not really hard to understand, just making sure you have the timing right is important (ie when to sell off at the top and when to buy back at the bottom).

It also depends on your personality. Some people are best suited for "buy and hold" and others have the character traits which give them a better chance to win at trading. Just be careful, since most traders lose long-term.

For right now I just do careful investments. I add about 1% or so a week so it isn't bad. If I tried to trade now it would simply be gambling and that is always a losing prospect.

Trading is risk taking where a moderate number of people are able to win long-term.
Edit: I misread something....If for you personally, it would be too much of a "gamble", then certainly don't do it.
Trading is also addictive, so having a chance to actually win long-term is important.  Smiley

For me it is more about a lack of knowledge in trading and the fact that I don't have enough BTC to get any sort of volume going. I would do just as well tossing it onto a roulette wheel. 

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June 06, 2014, 03:47:29 PM
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I'm curious abotu how many people actually turned wealthy ?
I am sure their are a few people ? but wealthy as in metric shitload, not wow dude I just made $60 day trading last week ?

speak up rich ppl,... speak up or for ever hold your piece ?

fine fine I am just jelous. But I am glad some of you hit the jackpot.


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