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January 19, 2018, 12:51:11 AM

Going down again. The 12k didn't last. Might go now down to 8k according to many forecasts...
Maybe my last limit buy will trigger?
At least until I get some fresh burnable fiat...

Poor d_eddie - you also might not get the opportunity to have such said "last limited buy order" filled in this round of correction(s)   Cry


I'm currently considering up to be 52% and down to be 48%, give or take 1.5% (gotta give myself a bit of leeway, here, in my attempts at Nostradamus BTC price prediction proclamations).
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January 19, 2018, 12:53:05 AM

First official e-commerce transaction with Lightning Network? Sounds like it:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7ras1y/ladies_and_gentlemen_its_official_joe_sixpack/

File this one next to the pair of 10k btc pizzas.  Cheesy
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January 19, 2018, 12:56:49 AM

First official e-commerce transaction with Lightning Network? Sounds like it:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7ras1y/ladies_and_gentlemen_its_official_joe_sixpack/

File this one next to the pair of 10k btc pizzas.  Cheesy

Why only 4 comments? You'd think it would have more attention.
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January 19, 2018, 01:04:19 AM

fake news
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January 19, 2018, 01:14:25 AM

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UPDATE     AND GOOD LUCK

WONDERING WHERE WE GOING Smiley
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January 19, 2018, 01:24:06 AM

The daily shows some modest support but does not show any kind of reversal pattern.
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January 19, 2018, 01:43:01 AM

Yep, little buy or sell volume. Traders sitting on the sidelines for now. My guess is that US gov looming decision to avert shutdown has something to do with it.
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January 19, 2018, 01:43:04 AM

Some of the comments are hilarious with what happened with Bitconnect

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January 19, 2018, 01:56:30 AM

Am I a bad person for finding mirth in the self inflicted misfortune of others?
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January 19, 2018, 01:56:50 AM

First stage: Denial.

Second stage: Anger.

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Am I a bad person for finding mirth in the self inflicted misfortune of others?

To be honest, I'm downright fkn irritated/annoyed with people who are passing over Bitcoin, the most awesome thing that is staring them in right in the face, for other shitcoins and scams.

So no, no sympathy, fk them.
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January 19, 2018, 02:04:47 AM

Am I a bad person for finding mirth in the self inflicted misfortune of others?

I thought it was hilarious too, but I kind of feel bad.  Smiley
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January 19, 2018, 02:27:10 AM

Compared to other threads on bitcointalk, reddit, twitter, facebook.

It seems everybody in this thread is chill and hodling.

Guess being an old adopter comes with its perks.

The problem is that the crypto kiddies don't really have any skin in the game to see things play out long term. If they put in $300 or even $1000 and they end up with 50% profit (say $1500), they cash out and go blow it on something stupid. Presumably because their mind tells them "Well I'll never get wealthy on $1500 anyway, might as well just spend it then." Meanwhile they continue to run up their credit cards and work hand-to-mouth, essentially forever.

This is the mindset of the forever poor. They can't conceive of how to turn that $1500 into $5k, then $20k, then $100k, and so on until they have some real wealth. This is why there aren't more millionaires running around in every country of the world. No long term vision, no patience, and no discipline. It can take a decade or two to build real wealth, which so many don't have the vision or patience for.


Lecture on, Torquester!!!!!!     Shocked
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January 19, 2018, 02:34:07 AM


Weiss and his father performed independent financial analyses on banks for many years.  They were conservative in their appraisals, and by that I mean that didn't count squishy items like "goodwill" for very much.  They published their own "Weiss ratings" for thousands of banks.  You could check on any single bank you were interested in, or subscribe to their service.  They sold the business but I guess the son still speaks on behalf of the business.  It was a legit business so this interests me.

Thank you very helpful.  I will give some further thought to this as it is an element missing from the market to date.
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January 19, 2018, 02:38:42 AM

Bitcoin prices are being adjusted and will continue to increase this month. I expected 19,000-20,000 USD
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January 19, 2018, 02:38:53 AM

Except all of this implies a buy at some sort of relative bottom. If 20k was top and your first buy is in high teens you might just sit and stare at your screen for the next two years.  A good strategy is to also set aside a specific dollar amount to buy into at regular dropping intervals.  So for example every 500-1k drop from 10k you buy x dollar amount.  If it keeps dropping you’ll keep accumulating more and more BTC.  On the way down take profit in BTC on the way up if we get past ATH take profit in fiat.

Certainly you can do both dollar cost averaging investing and also staggered selling and buying.

As jbreher already asserted, the staggered selling and buying presumes a decent likelihood of both volatility and an expectation for a long term upward price moves.

It seems like no matter what we can almost assume BTC volatility in both the short term and perhaps in the longer term - including likely presuming such until BTC goes above $100k, and even then, I am still expecting BTC to remain fairly volaltile.. perhaps some shocking BTC development or surpassing $1million per unit would cause less volatile bitcoin price dynamics?
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Weiss and his father performed independent financial analyses on banks for many years.  They were conservative in their appraisals, and by that I mean that didn't count squishy items like "goodwill" for very much.  They published their own "Weiss ratings" for thousands of banks.  You could check on any single bank you were interested in, or subscribe to their service.  They sold the business but I guess the son still speaks on behalf of the business.  It was a legit business so this interests me.

Thank you very helpful.  I will give some further thought to this as it is an element missing from the market to date.

Take with a grain of salt.

I'm sure as an investment their rating system will give Bitcoin a C- or D, everything else will get an F.

And the market analysts will say, "See? Told ya so." and pat themselves on the back.
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January 19, 2018, 02:42:48 AM

Am I a bad person for finding mirth in the self inflicted misfortune of others?

Deep down inside you are a bad person.  Superficially you are quite nice!


I think we can be compassionate, which is different from being sympathetic.
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January 19, 2018, 02:56:00 AM

This ad is still running Tongue


( https://i.imgur.com/YsRfFG0.png )

Very promissing indeed... (instead of promising)... meaning your bitcoins will be missing after all is said and done...
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January 19, 2018, 02:57:06 AM

  Before I get started on this process, I thought I'd ask here:

Does anyone familiar with a Ledger Nano S know if there is a way to sweep an old btc paper wallet to it by just scanning the QR?  I'm away from home and trying to help someone make that move and split off the clones.  I've used coinomi, but the btc amount is enough to give me pause;  the shitcoins we don't care, but it scares me to sweep xx btc to that sketchy wallet.  Don't want to set up another wallet.  Sweeping to an exchange is out due to withdrawal limits.

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 Before I get started on this process, I thought I'd ask here:

Does anyone familiar with a Ledger Nano S know if there is a way to sweep an old btc paper wallet to it by just scanning the QR?  I'm away from home and trying to help someone make that move and split off the clones.  I've used coinomi, but the btc amount is enough to give me pause;  the shitcoins we don't care, but it scares me to sweep xx btc to that sketchy wallet.  Don't want to set up another wallet.  Sweeping to an exchange is out due to withdrawal limits.

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use the mycelium cold storage spending function.

get the ledger's address up in the app ready to roll. scan the paper wallet private key. scan the the ledger address. done.
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