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April 07, 2018, 03:50:58 AM

Someone has a ferocious appetite for bitcoin right now lol

Mechanical buying triggered when it left the previous trading range, including myself.  Turned into quite a profitable stop.  I’m starting to enjoy myself.
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April 07, 2018, 03:51:09 AM
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Also, does anyone find it hilarious JayJuanGee's merit is higher than Elwars?  Isn't that proof the system is useless?  If you combine both of my accounts, mine is 1145 - also lower than his.  This is depressing.  Is JayJuanGee cheating and meriting himself?

To be honest I don't post that many things that are merit worthy....mostly just random BS that doesn't add much. With a few scattered useful posts for flavor.

And the only reason my merit is high is because I don't give out very many. And when I do it's usually one at a time.
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April 07, 2018, 03:58:05 AM

A Nazi is, by definition, socialist actually

Nah.  The official position of The Daily Stormer is that national socialism was an economic experiment that was not even really implemented, so there's no real metrics on how it performed to make you want to persue such a thing, nor an exact framework for how to build this supposed ideal Nazi monetary system either.  There's no unified monetary goal among Nazis besides getting rid of the Jews to stop them from defrauding, scamming, and enslaving people with usury scams.

However, there is the fact the only functional civilizations with any staying power are homogenous in nature (Japan, China, etc), and those economic systems are obviously run for the collective benefit of the native population and not alien stock holders or random Jewish oligarchs, so you could say national socialism is part of the natural order in that manner.  One of the key failures of capitalism is that a huge amount of people seek short term gain at the expense of long term collapse as well.  

For example, the human economy relies on specialization.  There is no incentive for random strangers, corporations, or other entities to spend vast resources training people and then take off and leave them to apply their skills elsewhere.  The only people who have incentive to train these people are their own family members.  If these skills are not being passed on, and they're not going to be when education is set up as a Jewish run lending racket, there's going to be problems and reversion/collapse.

So the only way to keep these systems stable is either extremely strong extended family units where they train and provide for themselves, forming estates and whatnot, or some type of national socialism where the homogenous civilization shares the burden of training these people to make them functional members of society.  A high school diploma is not specialization and mostly useless.  We either need to abolish public schools completely and put the burden entirely on families to educate and train their own (the libertarian wild west angle), or extend free public education all the way to becoming a doctor and other fields (national socialism).

National socialism of course only works with homogenous civilizations (see "The Florida Effect"), so you'd need to boot out the majority of non-whites from countries like the US, UK, all of Europe, etc to make that option work.  You don't have to kick everyone out, there just has to be a non-overturnable ethnocentric majority for a civilization to function.  Nations in the past also had things like foreign quarters where they housed the outsiders.  It doesn't really matter if you agree or disagree with me; this is how nature organized things in the past because it was the only way it worked, so things will likely steer back towards those models again in the future.  Evolution doesn't like dysfunction.
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April 07, 2018, 04:02:15 AM

Also, does anyone find it hilarious JayJuanGee's merit is higher than Elwars?  Isn't that proof the system is useless?  If you combine both of my accounts, mine is 1145 - also lower than his.  This is depressing.  Is JayJuanGee cheating and meriting himself?

To be honest I don't post that many things that are merit worthy....mostly just random BS that doesn't add much. With a few scattered useful posts for flavor.

And the only reason my merit is high is because I don't give out very many. And when I do it's usually one at a time.


You don't lose merit by giving out smerit.  You have an smerit bank that is separate from your merit that is listed under your username.. once you receive merits, that credits smerits to your smerit bank at 1/2 of the merits that you receive.   The merits are permanent, but the generated smerits can be spent and they do not really help to save them, except perhaps if you are just trying to budget them.     

As a Legendary member, your initial distribution bank of smerits would have been up to 200 smerits for initial distribution, depending on your activity level for the year preceding January 24 initial distribution of smerits.
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April 07, 2018, 04:03:04 AM

BTC Trajectory to $11,700

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BTCUSD/CrNivZxE-BTC-Trajectory-to-11-700/
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April 07, 2018, 04:29:23 AM

Is that a Mirror Top?
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April 07, 2018, 04:36:04 AM

So yall say we aren’t gonna see 6000?
Why did it fall from 7450 then after we went up from 6500?
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April 07, 2018, 04:56:50 AM
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With apologies, well, to all, we were riffing last night on what the Linnaean classification for certain terms might be.
Things are somewhat hazy, but I remember thus far

Capitulator ad ursos - weak hand
Adsiduus ad bellos - taxpayer
Emptor fomoensis - noob investor
Anima elota - rekt
Ferox tenator - hodler

May I add, singing along the same score,

Fautor sepum - hedger
Fautor neapecuniarum - shitcoin shill
Fautor tremens - very scared ("shitting bricks") bull
Fautor prudens - somewhat wary ("ginger") bull
Fautor tribuspictus - calico bull

Hm, ok, maybe the last one was a bit over the top.

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April 07, 2018, 05:24:58 AM

Sorry to be missing the capitulation lately, been away enjoying life.
A friend just sent this to me and thought I'd leave it here.  Not that we should expect the same but I thought it was an interesting comparison.
HODL is still strong around these parts!
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April 07, 2018, 05:28:48 AM
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Ideal bear trap



Hard to read so link to tweet here:  https://twitter.com/cryptoyoda1338/status/982475254579810305?s=21
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April 07, 2018, 06:02:12 AM


Ideal bear trap



Hard to read so link to tweet here:  https://twitter.com/cryptoyoda1338/status/982475254579810305?s=21

Great. Lets go to the moon then. Where were u guys 3 days ago at 7450?

How many times we bouncing off 6500? 4 times now?
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April 07, 2018, 06:04:12 AM

Great. Lets go to the moon then. Where were u guys 3 days ago at 7450?

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April 07, 2018, 06:05:26 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$
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April 07, 2018, 06:08:05 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

Where were you at $19k when I needed you?!
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April 07, 2018, 06:12:53 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

If I sell we will hit 20k again on Monday.
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April 07, 2018, 06:16:46 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

Where were you at $19k when I needed you?!

I think that you wouldn't have listened Sad It was general knowledge that you sell during 2017 dec, because it was in a textbook bubble. Anything over 15k$ would have been a very good win and expectations for more was pure greed. Even selling at over 10k$ would have been a smart trade, and yes, even selling now is probably a smart trade.
I was here a month ago, when the price was at 10k$, and my recommendations to sell then weren't popular.
When people are driven by desire, then there is no point in reasoning with them.
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April 07, 2018, 06:20:18 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

If I sell we will hit 20k again on Monday.

Nah, that's just the feeling that every inexperienced trader gets in the start. They trade on emotion as the majority, so they lose together with this majority. This makes it seem like the market is specially after you. It's not after you, it's after the majority, what you can do is keep yourself distanced from that majority who is destined to lose.
And don't trade in single trades. Start selling a little piece at a time to lower the risk.
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April 07, 2018, 06:33:49 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

If I sell we will hit 20k again on Monday.

Nah, that's just the feeling that every inexperienced trader gets in the start. They trade on emotion as the majority, so they lose together with this majority. This makes it seem like the market is specially after you. It's not after you, it's after the majority, what you can do is keep yourself distanced from that majority who is destined to lose.
And don't trade in single trades. Start selling a little piece at a time to lower the risk.

The majority is selling now. Buy high sell low.
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April 07, 2018, 06:36:21 AM

I hope you guys remember to sell on the weekend pump. My guess is that the top will be at around 7100-7200$

Where were you at $19k when I needed you?!

Haha. I actually fell for that too. Learned a lot since then. Sold at 17k but only cuz transaction fees were 60$.  

I wanted to go short there but bitfinex wouldn’t let me back into my account.
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April 07, 2018, 06:36:45 AM

Things are starting to feel a bit squeezie.  
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