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Question: Will we close Nov. at or above Plan B's posited minimum of $98K?
Yes - 43 (37.4%)
No - 72 (62.6%)
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May 23, 2018, 10:29:14 AM

Your comments are irrelevant to my criticism of the invalid trading advice of 'you should buy on a small low volume drop. the low volume is bullish'. I dont get how you get off with suddenly diverting the subject back to the long term strategy (an admission of defeat actually) or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:

We just have different perspectives on btc and crypto it seems. You are a trader while I am content hodling. Perhaps you are still building up a stash that allows you to sit back and relax like me. I wish you good luck!
I partake in both hodling and intermittent trading. Even when I am not doing the trading part I still participate in discussing TA and analyzing others' analysis
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May 23, 2018, 10:30:39 AM

Your comments are irrelevant to my criticism of the invalid trading advice of 'you should buy on a small low volume drop. the low volume is bullish'. I dont get how you get off with suddenly diverting the subject back to the long term strategy (an admission of defeat actually) or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:

We just have different perspectives on btc and crypto it seems. You are a trader while I am content hodling. Perhaps you are still building up a stash that allows you to sit back and relax like me. I wish you good luck!
I partake in both hodling and intermittent trading. Even when I am not doing the trading part I still participate in discussing TA and analyzing others' analysis

Who said the bolded part?
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May 23, 2018, 12:14:06 PM

Currently 18.5% of your guys think BTC will be over 12K May 31  Huh
   
I personally voted for sub 6K, but price could be in the  6,000-$6,500 area

Or it could be anything else between $7,000 & $10,000. The way you’ve posted there is overly bearish & suspiciously shilling.

Or anything between 6000 and 10000. 7-10 is Overly bullish

Even though you are kind of serious, Majormax, I will take your above characterization as "dry" joke.  As opposed to a "wet" joke.

Forgot the /sarc


..but just demonstrating that this kind of poll is pointless in such a short timeframe.


Its just a bell-curve probability around the current price. Ask any option/future trader. Maths

Even though I don't agree with the Majormax suggestion of a kind of nearly inevitable bitcoin downtrend to be necessary prior to a return to UP, I do agree with you that likely there would be more value in the construction of more creative poll questions...  

12000 about mid june/ end of may up to that

compare charts last 4 years




Bitcoin does move in spikes i wouldn't be surprised but I would be shocked if growth was lower than this point as well.
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May 23, 2018, 12:14:51 PM

Bob is not replying to my post.  I forgot Bob is black so I need to spike jive.  It's okay, I do speak jive:

Once again it's on
Turn on the muthafuckin news
Some bombs went off
It's the muthafuckin jews

First they knocked down the towers
Then they knocked Gaddafi
I bought some silver vampire stakes
No Hebrew can stop me
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May 23, 2018, 12:44:04 PM

..... or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:


Do you even lift, bro?

I know you are not a bro, but whatever with your attempted hanging out with the HODLCRAEFULY gang.   Tongue Tongue



WAT'S UP, WAT'S UP, WAT'S UUUUUUUPPPP?Huh??

Get the fuck outta here’ (JJG TM )with your constant trolling & bearish posting TEARA BEARA’
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May 23, 2018, 01:25:19 PM

Your comments are irrelevant to my criticism of the invalid trading advice of 'you should buy on a small low volume drop. the low volume is bullish'. I dont get how you get off with suddenly diverting the subject back to the long term strategy (an admission of defeat actually) or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:

The only problem is that, practically speaking, it takes some big balls or ovaries to buy on a huge drop. For people who aren't able to control their emotions and emotional decision making sufficiently, buying smaller dips would be more practical.

Edit: Or just set and forget some buy orders.
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May 23, 2018, 01:33:12 PM

Price is going to $.01 guyz.

Let me save you all buy buying your bitcoins for $.02. Leave you with your dignity.
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May 23, 2018, 02:01:18 PM

Bitcorn is dead.

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May 23, 2018, 02:11:06 PM

Your comments are irrelevant to my criticism of the invalid trading advice of 'you should buy on a small low volume drop. the low volume is bullish'. I dont get how you get off with suddenly diverting the subject back to the long term strategy (an admission of defeat actually) or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:

The only problem is that, practically speaking, it takes some big balls or ovaries to buy on a huge drop. For people who aren't able to control their emotions and emotional decision making sufficiently, buying smaller dips would be more practical.

Edit: Or just set and forget some buy orders.

I dont think it takes alot of guts exactly, I know what you mean but like you say these can just be long term orders.    A lower price is a better deal for the buyer.   The only doubt is for those looking at the floor instead of the horizon.

I know this is true because the same exact fear/greed complex happens with stocks and commodities.   Markets move on this continual self interest and cycle of selling, BTC just happens to be especially volatile but also high growth.

How many times do we go to the supermarket and complain a product is 10% cheaper or more today.  We dont, we are sure we want that product.  To buy on a lower price, just requires confidence of the buy long term.  Speculators operating with borrowed money have the most fear, thats fair enough.   They definitely dont want the product just the price move.
All I need long term to like BTC is to observe USD has serious problems, a deficit etc  Its a declining situation, already QE has damaged its prospects internally and dollar is overvalued.    The other side is BTC growing, being developed and has a population able to benefit from usage, I believe so.  Gains should continue long term on balance between those two elements.    

How many people need to sell what they dont want before we reach a point buyers out number them; I dont know but if crypto population is growing then I'm positive on demand beating supply.

Your comments are irrelevant to my criticism of the invalid trading advice of 'you should buy on a small low volume drop. the low volume is bullish'. I dont get how you get off with suddenly diverting the subject back to the long term strategy (an admission of defeat actually) or worse yet 'am i even hodling bro' :facepalm:

We just have different perspectives on btc and crypto it seems. You are a trader while I am content hodling. Perhaps you are still building up a stash that allows you to sit back and relax like me. I wish you good luck!
I partake in both hodling and intermittent trading. Even when I am not doing the trading part I still participate in discussing TA and analyzing others' analysis

Who said the bolded part?
Low volume means low confirmation.   The pricing on that day matters less.  The market price will move to the latest trade or last trade done but the most important price is by volume.    All speculation on graphs is about probability, which is relevant but never definite
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May 23, 2018, 02:13:50 PM
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For all the newbie posters here that are unclear on some of the fundamentals of Bitcoin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBRWJzAjkjk
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May 23, 2018, 02:27:36 PM

Yes let's herd all the crackpot loop-de-doos into one action-packed thread.

I support diversity when it comes to Zionist conspiracies, Roach alone isn't a world I want to live in.

@anonymint read your reply and thinks it would be humorous to hear your physics explanation for the WTC7 collapse on 9/11 and for the subsequent outcome of 9/11 that caused widespread political support from Americans both for wars in the Middle East and AML controls (Patriot Act) which benefit Zionists and drive the demand for something like Bitcoin to become the next reserve currency as was explained in the detail in the prior linked comments.
He comments, "divergent thinking boys, not convergent myopia."

Also he asks you why did Satoshi put double-hashing everywhere except where it would have defeated ASICBOOST?
And why would Satoshi create a system which is a winner-take-all if that was not "his" intention?
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May 23, 2018, 02:29:19 PM

For all the newbie posters here that are unclear on some of the fundamentals of Bitcoin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBRWJzAjkjk

Thanks for the laugh, that video is pure gold Cheesy
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May 23, 2018, 02:31:43 PM
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During times like these, it helps to take the long view.

Let's play the matching game...



Weekly candles, 50/200 Daily MA
Volume, RSI, MACD
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May 23, 2018, 02:32:59 PM
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Scamming Bcash scumbag Craig Wright fighting with Jack Liao (BitcoinGold)  and gets escorted out of the conference Cool

https://youtu.be/rfOlE-mmYBo?t=111 (1:50)

What about this statement from this Bcash scumbag;




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May 23, 2018, 02:40:43 PM

During times like these, it helps to take the long view.

Let's play the matching game...



Weekly candles, 50/200 Daily MA
Volume, RSI, MACD

Bearish rectangle?

I suck at these things. Can I phone a friend?
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During times like these, it helps to take the long view.

Let's play the matching game...



Weekly candles, 50/200 Daily MA
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Bearish rectangle?

I suck at these things. Can I phone a friend?

birdish beak?....
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Bearish rectangle?

I suck at these things. Can I phone a friend?

Sure, as long as it's not Bill Gates or Warren Buffett or CNBC. Or Roger Ver. Or...
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I was just informed by Mr. Buffett that it's rat poison on a stick.

Then Charlie Minger chimed in with, "That's not a stick, it's a baby bone."
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