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Question: When will we see a new ATH? (Credit to: Biodom)
2019 - 14 (9.2%)
Early 2020 - 33 (21.6%)
Late 2020 - 45 (29.4%)
Early 2021 - 14 (9.2%)
Late 2021 - 24 (15.7%)
2022 - 4 (2.6%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
2024 - 4 (2.6%)
After 2024 - 3 (2%)
Never - 12 (7.8%)
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January 07, 2015, 08:23:31 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.
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January 07, 2015, 08:24:48 PM

Remember, this is a "revolutionary" technology that dropped 80% in value over the past year. Funny that I can't remember any other revolutionary technologies over the past 100 years that plummeted in value 6 years after their invention, and after pretty much everyone knew about them and still decided not to use them.

How many thousands of % did it go up before the drop, again?

You're right, speculative bubbles usually rise dramatically before they pop. That means it's a revolutionary technology? Were Dutch tulips also a radical new technology and sound investment, because they rose thousands of percent in value before they crashed?  Huh
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January 07, 2015, 08:27:11 PM

Bulls all tired out already? Sad
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January 07, 2015, 08:27:18 PM

Ok cool

Next time he gets an attitude with you, just hit him with this one:

Attitude? Where do you see attitude? Do I sense some jealousy?

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I totally screwed up.
I fucked up every trade.
'screwed up' doesn't necessarily mean making losses now does it?

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Must. Get. Rid. Of. The Fear.

I managed to do. Did you do as well?


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and. emotion.

Did not get rid of the emotion. I bought bitcoin at €221,- which was exactly at the bottom. with a market order.
Should have a screenshot somewhere, knew it was a historic trade. Gonna frame it in and put it on a wall soon.

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Let's get ready for 252.
You are right, I was very wrong again, it went to 255 instead. Smiley Dammit, another 'screwed up'. Lost a maximum opportunity again... if I sticked to the number, which I didn't. But hey, what can you expect from a prediction at december 23rd, weeks ago.

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I'm a poor bastard. If you like my comment you can donate to *snip* My total stack is <25 BTC
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Since you ended your quote with a smiley I suggest you to start donating right now

Love you. Kiss Kiss

Taken straight out of it context I think it's a pretty honest post.

And you too.
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January 07, 2015, 08:27:25 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy
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January 07, 2015, 08:27:42 PM

*ignorant/stupid question*

How many thousands of % did it go up before the drop, again?

the troll has never heard of the "new economy bubble"
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January 07, 2015, 08:28:17 PM

I smell desperation.
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January 07, 2015, 08:28:57 PM

How many thousands of % did it go up before the drop, again?

Infinity %?  But hey, let the memories you cherish comfort you in your time of grief.
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January 07, 2015, 08:29:29 PM

So Dan Morehead removed Bitstamp from their website but now he put it back?  

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2rnioo/pantera_capital_ceo_dan_morehead_just_removed/

Fishy.

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January 07, 2015, 08:30:06 PM

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the troll has never heard of the "new economy bubble"

I believe the word Buffett used was "mirage."
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January 07, 2015, 08:30:12 PM

Speaking about these stupid tulib bulbs again: someone should make like a casascius coin, except its a tulip bulb that you open up and it has the private key. haha, then we can slowly start using "bulbs" for slang
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January 07, 2015, 08:33:28 PM

Speaking about these stupid tulib bulbs again: someone should make like a casascius coin, except its a tulip bulb that you open up and it has the private key. haha, then we can slowly start using "bulbs" for slang
I happen to be in the process of making a physical coin together with someone else.
If you think there would be real demand I honestly consider to make it, why not. Smiley
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January 07, 2015, 08:34:54 PM

*ignorant/stupid question*

How many thousands of % did it go up before the drop, again?

the troll has never heard of the "new economy bubble"


It's hilarious, and telling, to me that he replied with "Tulips blah blah" instead of answering the question.

Bitcoin was sitting at $67.21 on 7/7/2013, FFS
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January 07, 2015, 08:36:10 PM

Speaking about these stupid tulib bulbs again: someone should make like a casascius coin, except its a tulip bulb that you open up and it has the private key. haha, then we can slowly start using "bulbs" for slang

That's nice, if there is still someone out there who is dumb enough to not see through bitcoin as a pump and dump scheme, then printing tulips right on the physical coins themselves might be enough to get through to them!
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January 07, 2015, 08:37:25 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Perhaps you could let us all know which companies shares you would recommend buying this week. Thanks in anticipation.

Invest in low cost index funds, just as Mr. Buffet recommends. But of course, Warren Buffet is an idiot and doesn't know anything about money, according to this forum.  Cheesy Cheesy

Of course Mr Buffett the billionaire speaks wise words of investment wisdom, but I wondered specifically which named low cost index funds you are invested / would invest in. Or business sector you would invest in.

Most contributors to this forum would at a guess would have the bulk of their investments in real markets and companies as you say with a smaller but high risk punt on Bitcoin and possibly other unusual opportunities.
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January 07, 2015, 08:38:01 PM

Speaking about these stupid tulib bulbs again: someone should make like a casascius coin, except its a tulip bulb that you open up and it has the private key. haha, then we can slowly start using "bulbs" for slang
I happen to be in the process of making a physical coin together with someone else.
If you think there would be real demand I honestly consider to make it, why not. Smiley

Although I am a grad student with little expendable fiat, I will buy a bulb for sure! So funny when/if BTC rockets to show some old skeptic that shit. And if/when BTC bites dust, the hilarious and worthless bulb in my hand will bring a tear of nostalgia to my eye.

Anyway, depending on your concept/product, demand= 1
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January 07, 2015, 08:45:21 PM

LOL LFC_bitcoin <3

Yup, < $300 bitcoins will never happen! Right bulltards?

I thought 2013 was the last time to buy for less than $1,000?

We realise you are probably leveraged and underwater, but calling someone who is bullish a 'bulltard' just makes you come across badly.

I'm not "leveraged" in anything. Not as dumb as you bulltards to entrust a third party bitcoin exchange based out of some backwater third world country to my assets. I invest in real markets and companies with actual value.

Then why are you trolling a bitcoin enthusiast forum so fervently?
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January 07, 2015, 08:45:26 PM

*ignorant/stupid question*

How many thousands of % did it go up before the drop, again?

the troll has never heard of the "new economy bubble"


It's hilarious, and telling, to me that he replied with "Tulips blah blah" instead of answering the question.

Bitcoin was sitting at $67.21 on 7/7/2013, FFS

It's true what they say, history does repeat itself. "But this time is different" right?

Enjoy your Internet funbux. The way things are moving, in won't be long before all exchanges are closed up and you'll need to beg people on the street to buy them from you.
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January 07, 2015, 08:46:49 PM

Speaking about these stupid tulib bulbs again: someone should make like a casascius coin, except its a tulip bulb that you open up and it has the private key. haha, then we can slowly start using "bulbs" for slang
I happen to be in the process of making a physical coin together with someone else.
If you think there would be real demand I honestly consider to make it, why not. Smiley

Although I am a grad student with little expendable fiat, I will buy a bulb for sure! So funny when/if BTC rockets to show some old skeptic that shit. And if/when BTC bites dust, the hilarious and worthless bulb in my hand will bring a tear of nostalgia to my eye.

Damn it, it's brilliant!! Trolling to the max!! I'll definitely discuss it with my partner. I think he likes it as well.

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Great! They only cost BTC500 Grin Wink
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