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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 19 (19.6%)
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21-30% - 15 (15.5%)
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91-99% - 0 (0%)
100% - 8 (8.2%)
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May 05, 2018, 04:52:30 PM

When asking yourself 'when should I take this money, and invest it in Bitcoin?', the answer is always 'today'.

Lol.  More like contrarian investors make money and pigs get slaughtered.  It is best to just lay low and wait for asymmetric trades, of which bitcoin has not been one since it was $200

Sure. Says the guy that did not buy in one year ago today, when it was selling for $1515.63. And instead put it into Silver at $16.25. Which is $16.52 today. Crazy gains. Crazy. You made... lessee ... 1.7% over the last year! Congratulations!

Hey r0ach - who do you think dxbcoin is going to listen to? The guy who did a 7x in the last 365 days, or the guy who didn't even match de gubmint's fake inflation figures?
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May 05, 2018, 04:54:50 PM

And yet, you know who he is. I'm unsure what that says about you.

Fuck off BCash shill pretending to be pro-Bitcoin. Go back to shitcoin land where you belong.

Haha. I like you, kid. You're cute and plucky.

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May 05, 2018, 04:56:07 PM

Surprised this hasn't been batted around more. Another 10k+ baghodler joins the ranks at the Wall..   Welcome.   Smiley
https://www.coindesk.com/chinese-angel-investor-amassed-10000-bitcoins-amid-q1-price-slump/
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"I only had single digit unit of bitcoin, just for fun in January. But when I got certain that bitcoin and blockchain is the future, I set the goal of holding 10,000 bitcoin. So I started around end of January to build my [holdings] following the price decline. The more it dropped, the more I bought in and now the mission is basically complete."
And yet, you know who he is. I'm unsure what that says about you.
Your continued argumentum ad hominem tells much of you Bear...quite surely. Begone with you.

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May 05, 2018, 04:58:53 PM

Your continued argumentum ad hominem tells much of you Bear...quite surely. Begone with you.

Logic much? I wasn't even making an argument. One cannot be involved in argumentum ad hominem if one is not even involved in an argument. Kinda fundamental, that.

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May 05, 2018, 05:07:30 PM
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Nobody wants your disgusting merits you sniveling little schimmelpfennig.
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May 05, 2018, 05:13:29 PM
Merited by 600watt (1), Raja_MBZ (1), El duderino_ (1), Dunkelheit667 (1)

Btw why the hell are some of you guys meriting realr0ach?

Stop encouraging him. Not only is he a Nazi troll, he gives zero merits in return fyi.  Angry
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May 05, 2018, 05:21:50 PM

Btw why the hell are some of you guys meriting realr0ach?

Stop encouraging him. Not only is he a Nazi troll, he gives zero merits in return fyi.  Angry
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1115697

Is he really a Nazi? I have never actually knowingly encountered a Nazi before.
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May 05, 2018, 05:25:38 PM

http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?
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http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?


Senile old washed up investor takes up huge position in IBM at exactly the wrong time. Later sells same position at near loss.
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/04/warren-buffett-says-berkshire-hathaway-has-sold-completely-out-of-ibm.html

Same senile old washed up investor takes up huge position in Apple at exactly the wrong time. Will likely sell same position at a huge loss in the future.

Same senile old washed up investor calls Bitcoin "rat poison squared." While he sits on the sidelines and watches its value sky rocket. Will likely take up a position in Bitcoin one day in the future at exactly the wrong time, and sell at a loss.
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May 05, 2018, 05:31:00 PM

http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?

"87-year-old"... I don't think that anyone of that age can truly understand bitcoin. Roll Eyes
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May 05, 2018, 05:31:16 PM

http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?


He is jealous... . Tongue
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May 05, 2018, 05:44:00 PM

Good old saturday prepare for an evening of fine ( very fine foods & drinks)

As preparing to see BTC catches the magical 5-digit Numbers , are we entering weekend pumps from now?  Roll Eyes
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May 05, 2018, 05:45:08 PM

http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?


He is jealous... . Tongue

Who is This buffet character ...?  Grin
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May 05, 2018, 05:45:32 PM

You will miss out forever. Darkcoin is my best investment, better even than bitcoin. Ah Dash - Digital Cash.

That's about as good of an idea as the time I wanted to develop watermelon flavored cigarettes to lower the black population.

Altcoiners have gone full retard. I still dont underserstand why ETH is above $50.

Because Goldman Sachs bought up most of the premine.  It's a Goldman Sachs pump and dump they're trying to prop up.  Why do you think they used to threaten me claiming "I'm making important people lose money".
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May 05, 2018, 05:46:33 PM

Btw why the hell are some of you guys meriting realr0ach?

Stop encouraging him. Not only is he a Nazi troll, he gives zero merits in return fyi.  Angry

I already told you people I do not support the merit system and it obviously does not work evidenced by the fact JayJuanGee is one of the largest merit holders.  It's just some bullshit where whoever posts the highest amount of mindless pumper posts that make zero sense get merited by other people hoping to profit on a pump and dump.
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May 05, 2018, 05:53:40 PM
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buffet recently purchased 75 million shares of apple. IMO apple has no future, no inovation, always the same shit. I was using mac products for years but since a few months I'm a happy huawei user.
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May 05, 2018, 06:11:25 PM

http://uk.businessinsider.com/bitcoin-price-warren-buffett-says-probably-rat-poison-squared-2018-5

Warren Buffet: "Bitcoin is probably rat poison squared".


Uhhhh... is that a sign of what?

"87-year-old"... I don't think that anyone of that age can truly understand bitcoin. Roll Eyes

Very true. Imagining a bridge between technologies that you have never experienced is a once in a every couple of generations event imho...or at least it was. Its highly likely that someone born today or in the near future could be that bridge of tomorrow. I can clearly remember the first television..the first phone I used, and reading out of a paper book about "computers". I have been fascinated by technology since I can remember..and I still am amazed daily at what we are doing on the cutting edge.

Interesting article about it here I thought. I think many fall into this category when it comes to Bitcoin and its use. Time for more edumacation.  Wink

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Here’s an experiment that fits all ages: approach your mother and father (if they’re asleep, use caution). Ask them gently about that time before you were born, and whether they dared think at that time that one day everybody will post and share their images on a social network called “Facebook”. Or that they will receive answers to every question from a mysterious entity called “Google”. Or enjoy the services of a digital adviser called “Waze” that guides you everywhere on the road. If they say they figured all of the above will happen, kindly refer those people to me. We’re always in need of good futurists.

The truth is that very few thought, in those olden days of yore, that technologies like supercomputers, wireless network or artificial intelligence will make their way to the general public in the future. Even those who figured that these technologies will become cheaper and more widespread, failed in imagining the uses they will be put to, and how they will change society. And here we are today, when you’re posting your naked pictures on Facebook. Thanks again, technology.
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May 05, 2018, 06:27:37 PM
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Sure got it.

As i'm new to bitcoin and trading in general, wisdom gonna came with time and be a little bit neutral in my talkings on bitcoins and alcoins.

I Played poker real money from 2002 to early 2017  and was a tight aggresive player why my comments are like that.

Poker attitude: raise, reraise, 3bet , 4bet, bluffs and all in For years. Cheesy

Don't get me wrong because I really love bullish perspectives, and so I will be a lot more tolerant when a bull spouts off bullish predictions without backing them up, as compared to bears, and part of the reason is that frequently bears are merely trolls or shills, even though every once in a while they do have something useful to say.. rare but true.   Cheesy Cheesy

Also, I do recognize that regular peeps do tend to talk in absolutes, to exaggerate a lot and maybe even there is some gambling mentality that is mixed in there - so when we are on the interwebs, sometimes guys, including myself, might go on the attack, if you are making assertions that do not seem to be very realistic or very backed up by evidence, even if we agree with the direction of your prediction.

Finally, bitcoin (and alts, as you say) can be really fun to learn about and to figure out ways to make money on them or at least to use as a learning tool, and with bitcoin, specifically, there is always so much to learn and even battling the deluge of misinformation to sort out facts from fiction and to filter out propaganda  - that even comes from good intentioned folks can be a very decent and ongoing learning experience, so don't get deterred from spreading and fixing up your opinion, even if peeps (including me) might attack them from time to time, because we can frequently learn from batting around ideas, whether related to bitcoin trading, price movements, predictions, fundamentals or otherwise.

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By the way, we have not really experienced any significant correction since $6,700 (unless you want to call this week's about 11% correction from $9,750 to $8,660 as significant and/or sufficient?).  

So at our current rebounded BTC prices, of about $9,800, we have a 45% BTC price appreciation without any meaningful correction.   The non-existence of a significant correction does not mean that we must have a correction, but there does remain a bit of an incentive for some of the whales to cause some price correction (manipulation or whatever you want to call it) in order to take some profits and to shake out some weak hands and to purge some longs... so sometimes, corrections can have momentum and even we could get stuck in a correction for a while before we would be ready to break above $10k.  

Yeah, of course, I am o.k. with breaking straight and directly above $10k too.. so who gives a shit if the poor lily whales get their anticipated price correction or not... I'm just saying.. that ongoing upwards in price movement should create normal incentives for down.   Tongue

Okay mate, got your point.

So i gonna stay like i'am for now and slowly change my predictions with time or not, Depends on me.

Yes i was a poker player but not a gambler. the gamblers plays casino games with odds againt them, and i dont.

For poker, i turned to be a semi pro player with a very strict bankroll management. For years and years i never get broke unless from my first years.

You have to read some articles about pro poker players that saids, they have already all the mental tools to be a succesful traders.

We know when to bet, how much we bet, with all the probabilities with us in the long run.

We are not affraid to take measured risks and bet big when the odds are with us in the long run. All that are in relation with our bankroll management.

Now i'm new @ trading but @ the same time i make big progress compared to traders who starts at the same time as me, and daily i try to progress more and more.

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