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March 23, 2018, 05:30:51 PM

OK. Never did get the whole pants thing anyway. Is that a local micro-meme initiated when BMB announced 'No time to explain! Gimme your pants!' or something to that effect?
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I am surprised you guys know about the Bogdanoff brothers ...


Who?? .... Those two monkeys ?? Cheesy Cheesy
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March 23, 2018, 05:47:22 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Truckin' along sideways in the mid-$8k range... currently $8653USD/$111130CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Waiting for the weekend.

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Wow a lot of fags on this forum... isn’t there a fourm for gaycoin holders? My ignore button is getting overheated.
I’m sure they aren’t after you buddy. What’s the problem?
He’s in denial....just waiting to burst out of the closet

My thoughts exactly. Methinks the laddie doth protest too much. Unsure of his professed heterosexuality?
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March 23, 2018, 05:57:32 PM

Well, so much for trying to short BTC on margin as a hedge and setting a wimpy stop loss. Roll Eyes REKT! Should have known better. Not sure what strategy that I need to employ to try and preserve value in this downtrend market.  Cry
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March 23, 2018, 06:12:02 PM

Well, so much for trying to short BTC on margin as a hedge and setting a wimpy stop loss. Roll Eyes REKT! Should have known better. Not sure what strategy that I need to employ to try and preserve value in this downtrend market.  Cry

Please tell me you aren't serious...



Yes I am serious. The sentiment around here has been rather bearish. So I gave it a shot. Now I am a few bitcents poorer.  Cry Unfortunately, since I set my stop losses rather conservatively, the stop losses got filled. Oh well, guess it's back to the step method JJG likes so much.
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March 23, 2018, 06:29:29 PM

Well, so much for trying to short BTC on margin as a hedge and setting a wimpy stop loss. Roll Eyes REKT! Should have known better. Not sure what strategy that I need to employ to try and preserve value in this downtrend market.  Cry

Shorting with stop losses is exactly the opposite of what I do (banking on the volatility). If you are gonna bet on downtrend (the same is applicable to uptrends) don't set a wimpy stop loss and go on with it till the end. Or a least make sure you can cover even if price goes 50% against your bet. Otherwise volatility will kill your position sooner or later.

P.S.: I am referring to what I do with my trading stash which, currently, amounts to only 10% of my long term total holdings.
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March 23, 2018, 06:36:24 PM
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Nice. Looks like we're not going under $8000. Never ever.


It's only a trend line until it's not. One of these lines will be broken soon enough. Or even both.

We all know exactly what's going to happen already.  In metals, the ESF tries to paint the tape to crash through the moving averages and trendlines every single time.  In bitcoin it's the exact opposite.  They will try and paint the tape upwards and if the single entity that controls the price on Bitfinex ever since $200 can't get any idiots to chase the pump, they will then drop the bomb on you straight to $6000 or lower.  It's pretty obvious to me from how they try and paint the tape upwards every single time, that (((organizations))) are rigging the bitcoin price upwards with the blessing of (((government))).  

There is no other way possible bitcoin can be artificially painted upwards so often unless the govt allows it since the govt has plenty of resources to prevent that from happening.
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March 23, 2018, 06:38:00 PM

Well, so much for trying to short BTC on margin as a hedge and setting a wimpy stop loss. Roll Eyes REKT! Should have known better. Not sure what strategy that I need to employ to try and preserve value in this downtrend market.  Cry

Shorting with stop losses is exactly the opposite of what I do (banking on the volatility). If you are gonna bet on downtrend (the same is applicable to uptrends) don't set a wimpy stop loss and go on with it till the end. Or a least make sure you can cover even if price goes 50% against your bet. Otherwise volatility will kill your position sooner or later.

I was trying to use this as a hedge. I don't want to risk being liquidated for the full 20% of my holdings on a 5x margin. Oh well, this is not for me. Hulk candles are not going to make this strategy work for me.

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March 23, 2018, 06:48:43 PM

Well, so much for trying to short BTC on margin as a hedge and setting a wimpy stop loss. Roll Eyes REKT! Should have known better. Not sure what strategy that I need to employ to try and preserve value in this downtrend market.  Cry

Shorting with stop losses is exactly the opposite of what I do (banking on the volatility). If you are gonna bet on downtrend (the same is applicable to uptrends) don't set a wimpy stop loss and go on with it till the end. Or a least make sure you can cover even if price goes 50% against your bet. Otherwise volatility will kill your position sooner or later.

I was trying to use this as a hedge. I don't want to risk being liquidated for the full 20% of my holdings on a 5x margin. Oh well, this is not for me. Hulk candles are not going to make this strategy work for me.



Dammit I love this GIF it's epic...
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March 23, 2018, 06:55:33 PM

I speculate that JJG imagines themself to be the mostest specialest importantest poster in all of Bitcoindom.

Don't worry, Theresa May is coming for JayJuanGoyim:

http://dailystormer.name/theresa-may-wants-to-take-your-bank-money-away-and-give-it-to-niggers/
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March 23, 2018, 07:50:39 PM

Bitcoin massively trying to get up but bears not allowing it to do so. Still, I'd not be surprised if we start seeing Vegeta's 9000 scouter again within the next 24 hours, even though its a week-end.
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March 23, 2018, 07:53:09 PM

Bitcoin massively trying to get up but bears not allowing it to do so. Still, I'd not be surprised if we start seeing Vegeta's 9000 scouter again within the next 24 hours, even though its a week-end.

Vegeta memes prepared and standing by. Awaiting further orders.
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March 23, 2018, 07:55:50 PM

It’s definitely not over but the bounce off $8200 was unexpectedly strong.  I think that may have rocked some bears.

The optimism chart says we will break the downtrend in April.  
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March 23, 2018, 07:58:10 PM

It’s definitely not over but the bounce off $8200 was unexpectedly strong.  I think that may have rocked some bears.

The optimism chart says we will break the downtrend in April.  
And the financial downturn during the past two days will not affect this run up?
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March 23, 2018, 07:58:51 PM

It’s definitely not over but the bounce off $8200 was unexpectedly strong.  I think that may have rocked some bears.

The optimism chart says we will break the downtrend in April.  

It sure rocked my world when I tried to be a bear last night and this morning.

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March 23, 2018, 08:00:03 PM
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"Alexa, delete my Facebook".

speaking of alexa

anyone see this? siri, alexa and google talking to each other in an infinite loop.

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/make-siri-alexa-and-google-assistant-talk-in-an-infinite-loop/

not THIS is science and logic in action lol.

btw i would NEVER have an always on listening device in my home.. even the smart phones are off unless needed. im sure theres more stuff that can listen though.

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March 23, 2018, 08:01:57 PM

It’s definitely not over but the bounce off $8200 was unexpectedly strong.  I think that may have rocked some bears.

The optimism chart says we will break the downtrend in April.  

It sure rocked my world when I tried to be a bear last night and this morning.



Ouch! Did the bear survive??
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