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January 18, 2018, 12:06:31 AM

was a bit wrong on futures volumes Embarrassed
https://gemini.com/blog/successful-first-settlement-of-bitcoin-futures/
...Since inception, over 124,000 contracts have traded across expiries, representing a notional value of over $1.5bn USD.
so guess those guys brought up real btc perhaps on otc to cover themselves? hence the nov/dec runup
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Dear Sir, could  you tell me which site is this screenshoot taken?
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January 18, 2018, 12:11:46 AM

well told ya, dont celebrate just yet

4 digits here we come
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January 18, 2018, 12:15:31 AM

Well, I dumped a mess of LTC at the BTC low and the LTC low....(my skills at when to sell are impressive (not))

so did that fix it yet?  We should be in full rebound mode...what usually happens when I sell some crypto...

I mean I retired on Monday..I figure that shift in the Universe of Karma ..jinx'd the works..thus I caused the tanking of all crypto.....thus trying to fix this

sorry about all this...I'm bad Sad (caused the crash...karma sucks) Sad

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January 18, 2018, 12:16:00 AM

well told ya, dont celebrate just yet

4 digits here we come

Not through my goggles. The market is simply gathering more momentum to get past 12k
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January 18, 2018, 12:19:35 AM

Is the nightmare over yet ?

Nope, looks like we are going sub 10k again Sad

Good, I've still got $2000 that I forgot to spend.


Ok let me try and get this price up again!.. I am going to Sell some more BTC.....

Current Price: 9826.00


you come off as a troll or an idiot or maybe a combination of both.. trying to rile up some additional bearish sentiment....

Good luck to you and your supposed far from believeable position
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January 18, 2018, 12:23:35 AM

Well, I dumped a mess of LTC at the BTC low and the LTC low....(my skills at when to sell are impressive (not))



Bad timing, I just read about some new features getting added to litecoin that might pump the price.
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January 18, 2018, 12:25:52 AM


I had a look at Notlambchop’s post history. Doesn’t look sufficiently literate to be an FT journalist.  More of a word salad type like Roach.  We do have a track record of attracting the mentally ill.  But I’m sure it’s worse elsewhere.

Looking at his posts put things into perspective for me. Three years ago he was predicting $80 coins. Three years later we will think it's the end of the world if bitcoin crashes back to $8000.
For some people it's the end of the world right now already.




I would like to say:  "SELL!!!!!!!!!   You dumb ass!!!!"   Roll Eyes
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January 18, 2018, 12:35:11 AM

Is the nightmare over yet ?

Nope, looks like we are going sub 10k again Sad

Good, I've still got $2000 that I forgot to spend.


Ok let me try and get this price up again!.. I am going to Sell some more BTC.....

Current Price: 9826.00


you come off as a troll or an idiot or maybe a combination of both.. trying to rile up some additional bearish sentiment....

Good luck to you and your supposed far from believeable position

 You're going a little hard on the Beaver, Ward.
The guy took one for the team! He's trying to turn the market around single-handedly and add an air of humour to an otherwise somber sentiment.

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Todays trades...
buy btc at 9300 and sell some at 11700 (will rebuy)
buy eth at 800 and sell at 1015
buy xrp at 0.92 and sell at 1.38

should have gone all xrp.

Well now! aren't you the dogs bollocks then! ...you want a medal or a chest to pin it on?
modesty apparently not your strong point...
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January 18, 2018, 12:38:00 AM

I'm kind of feel sorry for the people that panic sold in the 9000's. Sad Hard lesson to learn.

What if you panic sold in the $10k  to $11k range, then you are kind of having a dilemma right now, no? 

First you are of the wrong mindset to have sold in the first place, so you also might come to the wrong conclusions about the odds to which this correction is over.  Emotional buying/selling is not necessarily resolved after an ability to reflect for 24 hours (and seemingly changing conditions). 
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January 18, 2018, 12:46:01 AM

Does anyone know how to put corks back in champagne bottles?

You don't sabre? I can't believe this Cry
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I had a look at Notlambchop’s post history. Doesn’t look sufficiently literate to be an FT journalist.  More of a word salad type like Roach.  We do have a track record of attracting the mentally ill.  But I’m sure it’s worse elsewhere.

Looking at his posts put things into perspective for me. Three years ago he was predicting $80 coins. Three years later we will think it's the end of the world if bitcoin crashes back to $8000.
For some people it's the end of the world right now already.




I would like to say:  "SELL!!!!!!!!!   You dumb ass!!!!"   Roll Eyes
Chump change
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January 18, 2018, 01:14:27 AM

Chump change

somehow I doubt it will change that chump
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January 18, 2018, 01:31:30 AM

Is the nightmare over yet ?

Nope, looks like we are going sub 10k again Sad

Good, I've still got $2000 that I forgot to spend.


Ok let me try and get this price up again!.. I am going to Sell some more BTC.....

Current Price: 9826.00


you come off as a troll or an idiot or maybe a combination of both.. trying to rile up some additional bearish sentiment....

Good luck to you and your supposed far from believeable position

 You're going a little hard on the Beaver, Ward.
The guy took one for the team! He's trying to turn the market around single-handedly and add an air of humour to an otherwise somber sentiment.



I am glad someone seen the funny side...

And for the record, no I never did sell anything, and i didn't buy anything either. However, it did turn around as soon as posted the thread... twice...

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January 18, 2018, 01:32:10 AM

great couple of days trading - not sure exactly where I'm at yet - but liking this bounce - hope its another shakeout - I love this volatility =)


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Exactly.  These times of considerable volatility can certainly be times to stack up a lot of profits in various ways, but also include some time lapse that might not allow you to assess with any kind of exact specificity, where you are at. 

If we have practiced this matter, however, through a few cycles, we still can have a general sense whether trades are generally going well or badly and/or if any of our already pre-established order execution points have played out. 

Feeling good.  Feeling good.   Wink
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January 18, 2018, 01:39:48 AM

Many people were expecting a big volume bottom bounce but if you look at bitcoins history, it doesn't always happen that way.
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January 18, 2018, 01:45:50 AM

Seems like quite the coincidence that we hit the ATH around Dec 17th, which is around when the futures market took their first shorting contracts. The first of those contracts close today at 4 PM ET. Not sure how this sort of manipulation continues from here, but it seems obvious that a fair amount of the Dec pump came from traders looking to buy BTC in preparation to dump them and drop the price around - well - today.

I guess I'm not the only one...

https://twitter.com/parabolictrav?lang=en&lang=en
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January 18, 2018, 01:47:22 AM

Todays trades...
buy btc at 9300 and sell some at 11700 (will rebuy)
buy eth at 800 and sell at 1015
buy xrp at 0.92 and sell at 1.38

should have gone all xrp.

Well now! aren't you the dogs bollocks then! ...you want a medal or a chest to pin it on?
modesty apparently not your strong point...
I make this kind of post very rarely. Is modesty anyones quality here? The bulls sure don't hesisitate to rub all of their successes in everyone's face. I mean I wouldn't be making this post if I wasn't constantly being accused of doing nothing but shorting and losing and trolling.
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