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Question: Feb. 28 Closing Price:
<$1,000 - 9 (8.9%)
$2,600-$2,800 - 4 (4%)
$2,800-$3,000 - 6 (5.9%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 4 (4%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 6 (5.9%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 6 (5.9%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 14 (13.9%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 9 (8.9%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 17 (16.8%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 4 (4%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 5 (5%)
>$6,000 - 17 (16.8%)
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November 04, 2017, 10:39:15 PM

Come on BEARS!! Short this shit to the ground! Grin We need more short squeezes!


Sorry about your loss, bones261.  You sold too many, again...    Cry

Maybe sooner or later, you are going to learn the value of HODL!!!!!!!!

You should always read the fine print.  Cheesy

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November 04, 2017, 10:40:34 PM

thx, apposite, but credit is to the master @AnalyzerX7
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November 04, 2017, 10:42:58 PM

Come on BEARS!! Short this shit to the ground! Grin We need more short squeezes!


Sorry about your loss, bones261.  You sold too many, again...    Cry

Maybe sooner or later, you are going to learn the value of HODL!!!!!!!!

i have to agree 100% with this  JJG, because its all I know how to do.....
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any advice where i could get a couple powered hubs at a decent price? amazon and best buy didn't really have anything i trusted for anything i could afford. Sad


 good lord! with btc at this price?
sell  a couple of millibits..you can afford it!


i ...only have some dust. 0.00005242 on my local wallet and about the same on stamp. Sad

oh sorry mate...
I saw legendary and assumed...

no worries, it happens. yea, i was having long term unemployment back in the day, so what little i mined ended up spent pretty quickly, much to the sorrow of my wallet.
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November 04, 2017, 10:44:25 PM

Come on BEARS!! Short this shit to the ground! Grin We need more short squeezes!


Sorry about your loss, bones261.  You sold too many, again...    Cry

Maybe sooner or later, you are going to learn the value of HODL!!!!!!!!

You should always read the fine print.  Cheesy

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touché

So, you are saying that you did not sell too many, this time?    Tongue
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Silly. Writing something like this smells of doubt and weakness.  Someone like to explain to me how a chain valued at $7500 will be sold off enough to be worth less than a chain that futures price at around $1000?  And how much buying power will it take to make the $1000 chain worth more than the $7500 chain?

Can you imagine the total mass confusion of these price changes - that would have to happen over several days - and what that would do the perception of bitcoin in the general public?

And miners are going to lose millions of dollars of profit in the meantime without a care?  And businesses are going to have total chaos on their hands without a worry in the world?

This is not going to happen. The miners and businesses have WAY too much to lose to do this.

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no worries, it happens. yea, i was having long term unemployment back in the day, so what little i mined ended up spent pretty quickly, much to the sorrow of my wallet.

why aren't you doing a sig campaign? you'd get a whole bitcoin within a few months, though i don't know how much longer that's gonna be possible.
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November 04, 2017, 10:56:59 PM


touché

So, you are saying that you did not sell too many, this time?    Tongue

I ran out of BTC on GDAX 2 days ago at 7147. It would be nice to buy back .01 BTC for 68XX. However, the majority of my holdings are parked in my Trezor. So the benefit of being able to buy back less than 1% of my portfolio for a few bucks cheaper would pale in comparison to the larger loss in value to my overall portfolio. Besides, I just got a new computer with a GTX 1070. I'll be able to increase my portfolio little by little mining shitcoins.  Smiley Maybe mine BTG, when it gets released.

I was thinking of moving a little bit more BTC to Gdax, but I'm too busy playing with my new computer to be bothered making micro trades on Gdax.
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no worries, it happens. yea, i was having long term unemployment back in the day, so what little i mined ended up spent pretty quickly, much to the sorrow of my wallet.

why aren't you doing a sig campaign? you'd get a whole bitcoin within a few months, though i don't know how much longer that's gonna be possible.

real life keeps my activity low. only reason i'm active right now is i'm sick with a cold.
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November 04, 2017, 11:04:11 PM

Come on BEARS!! Short this shit to the ground! Grin We need more short squeezes!


Sorry about your loss, bones261.  You sold too many, again...    Cry

Maybe sooner or later, you are going to learn the value of HODL!!!!!!!!

i have to agree 100% with this  JJG, because its all I know how to do.....


I am exaggerating a bit too because the fact of the matter is that in the past two years, I have not been HODLing, but I have also come to be more and more comfortable with my BTC sell allocation - even if it adds up to a very large stack of fiat in my coffers...

I think that my point remains that it is much safer to HODL, in the event that you cannot really temper the amount of BTC that you sell and that you cannot live with having a bunch of fiat in reserves that may or may not be possible to buy BTC back in at anywhere near the price that you sold the BTC to accumulate the fiat (stinky fiat, as some folks have been calling it). 

With our latest seemingly non-stopping levels of ATHs (5 days in a row, ish)- and without any kind of meaningful price corrections (10% or more could be a kind of correction? - we did get a flash crash from $7350 to $6700 - which almost could have counted, perhaps), I am actually getting to one of my highest ever BTC/dollar allocation levels, and that is 89% BTC /11% dollars. 

I am o.k with my higher level of dollar allocation even though there could be another irrationally exuberant 1.7x to 2.5x rise in BTC prices  from here (and that would be up to $13k-ish a bit more likely or $19k-ish.. a bit less likely), and I have done some tentative BTC/cash portfolio projections that seem to appear that my level of BTC sales is kind of stabilizing.. so whether that is a problem or not,  if we go to $13k, and then about a 50% or more-ish drop back down to $6k, I wonder if I would feel as if I had sold enough BTC at that particular $13k-ish "top" in order to feel comfort during my BTC buying back?   

A bit of an ongoing personal dilemma for me that I am hoping will just resolve itself without too much stress to me, and perhaps I will "know it when I see it"... but perhaps, not?
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any advice where i could get a couple powered hubs at a decent price? amazon and best buy didn't really have anything i trusted for anything i could afford. Sad


 good lord! with btc at this price?
sell  a couple of millibits..you can afford it!


i ...only have some dust. 0.00005242 on my local wallet and about the same on stamp. Sad

oh sorry mate...
I saw legendary and assumed...

no worries, it happens. yea, i was having long term unemployment back in the day, so what little i mined ended up spent pretty quickly, much to the sorrow of my wallet.

legendary to legendary.  dont spend all in one place! you're welcome my friend! .   Wink
(check that wallet btw)

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any advice where i could get a couple powered hubs at a decent price? amazon and best buy didn't really have anything i trusted for anything i could afford. Sad


 good lord! with btc at this price?
sell  a couple of millibits..you can afford it!


i ...only have some dust. 0.00005242 on my local wallet and about the same on stamp. Sad

oh sorry mate...
I saw legendary and assumed...

no worries, it happens. yea, i was having long term unemployment back in the day, so what little i mined ended up spent pretty quickly, much to the sorrow of my wallet.

legendary to legendary.  dont spend all in one place! you're welcome my friend! .   Wink
(check that wallet btw)



wait... did... you... *checks address in profile* ...you did. oh crap where the heck does that GO? *frantic searching*

it's definitely actually one of mine... but where does it point!? it's not my desktop's wallet. ARGH.
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looks like i must have used it for a sig campaign or something... but i don't remember. probably the wallet on my phone... which i don't have anymore. or... oh DAMMIT. i think it's gone for good.

hm... thanks for the gesture though.

FOUND IT! my virwox account. thanks!
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November 04, 2017, 11:35:04 PM

real life keeps my activity low. only reason i'm active right now is i'm sick with a cold.

a few minutes on here in the morning, at lunch and before bed can add up to a great bonus, but for all i know you have your hand on a dead man's switch 18 hours a day.
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November 04, 2017, 11:36:25 PM

real life keeps my activity low. only reason i'm active right now is i'm sick with a cold.

a few minutes on here in the morning, at lunch and before bed can add up to a great bonus, but for all i know you have your hand on a dead man's switch 18 hours a day.

yea, it's not really like that, the dead man's switch i mean. i tried it a few months ago. have to have constructive posts and a minimum number of them i could never hit, outside this thread. sigh.
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November 04, 2017, 11:45:49 PM

looks like i must have used it for a sig campaign or something... but i don't remember. probably the wallet on my phone... which i don't have anymore. or... oh DAMMIT. i think it's gone for good.

hm... thanks for the gesture though.

FOUND IT! my virwox account. thanks!

thank phuc for that lol!  . its the addy you got posted on your profile.  now go get that hub  Wink
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November 04, 2017, 11:48:55 PM

looks like i must have used it for a sig campaign or something... but i don't remember. probably the wallet on my phone... which i don't have anymore. or... oh DAMMIT. i think it's gone for good.

hm... thanks for the gesture though.

FOUND IT! my virwox account. thanks!

thank phuc for that lol!  . its the addy you got posted on your profile.  now go get that hub  Wink

yea, changed that address to one i know...

again, thanks man.
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November 04, 2017, 11:59:18 PM

What is the standard Lamborghini that people put in their portfolios? The LP500S is a great car, but kind of rare-ish and wonky. Would the Diablo be a standard unit of measurement, or something else?

My quick research shows two current production models: Huracan and Aventador. The others are all older (and thus, no longer brand new.) *edit* seems there's a third one called Centenario, but they only made 20 coupes and 20 roadsters or 40 cars total, all of which have been sold.

Lockdown in Transformers: Age of Extinction is a Black or Dark Grey 2013 Aventador.

I'm thinking the Huracan, even the base model (as that's the lowest priced) is a good place to start. It's still at least 250k USD.
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What is the standard Lamborghini that people put in their portfolios? The LP500S is a great car, but kind of rare-ish and wonky. Would the Diablo be a standard unit of measurement, or something else?

My quick research shows two current production models: Huracan and Aventador. The others are all older (and thus, no longer brand new.) *edit* seems there's a third one called Centenario, but they only made 20 coupes and 20 roadsters or 40 cars total, all of which have been sold.

Lockdown in Transformers: Age of Extinction is a Black or Dark Grey 2013 Aventador.

I'm thinking the Huracan, even the base model (as that's the lowest priced) is a good place to start. It's still at least 250k USD.

...what, no aston martin db10? amateurs.
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What is the standard Lamborghini that people put in their portfolios? The LP500S is a great car, but kind of rare-ish and wonky. Would the Diablo be a standard unit of measurement, or something else?

My quick research shows two current production models: Huracan and Aventador. The others are all older (and thus, no longer brand new.) *edit* seems there's a third one called Centenario, but they only made 20 coupes and 20 roadsters or 40 cars total, all of which have been sold.

Lockdown in Transformers: Age of Extinction is a Black or Dark Grey 2013 Aventador.

I'm thinking the Huracan, even the base model (as that's the lowest priced) is a good place to start. It's still at least 250k USD.

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