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December 10, 2018, 08:33:00 PM

I'm prepared to buy all the way down. I will not begin until we reach the next resistance area around $2,700ish.

I've held off for a long time, but finally took a nibble between 3200-3500. Here's to 2019 and prosperous buying!
I wish I had your patience.  
But alas, similar to what Majormax described, even if my analysis is 'after such a longer period at basically the same price, a break downwards will cause a big move down', my actual buying pattern is too optimistic.
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Where is the great red dildo of death, i am disappoint !
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December 10, 2018, 09:05:55 PM

dumping is really slowing down

It does not work like that.
 

Price has to go above certain levels because at this point, BTC prices remain within a few percentages of the bottom, and we have been here for ONLY a couple of weeks.  Remember the $200-ish bottom in 2015?  there were around three attempts at breaking sub-$200 support - and those were spread over about 8 months.

Bring us above $5k for a while, and even better above $6k, and I might start to feel comfortable that the bottom is in.
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December 10, 2018, 09:05:56 PM

I wish I had your patience.  
But alas, similar to what Majormax described, even if my analysis is 'after such a longer period at basically the same price, a break downwards will cause a big move down', my actual buying pattern is too optimistic.

I'm probably falling prey to the same impulse tbh. What can I say, FOMO kicked in for me.
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December 10, 2018, 09:08:08 PM

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That indicates, that the bottom has been reached about 1 - 1.5 years before halving.

Next halving from here is about 1.5 years away.

Didn't we have two BTC price bubbles (exponential price rises) in 2013?
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December 10, 2018, 09:19:15 PM

And what about buying? Everyone waiting for 2000, 1500 or whatever? maybe just finished your accumulation? or maybe just waiting a few more months till we are sure if the bottom was in or not? Maybe bitcoin is really dead this time?

At least I see no BTFD posts anymore, which is good.

The dynamics of a bottom are quite likely to be different each time, including the fact that there are likely more than 10x more HODLers of last resort, this time around than there were in the previous (2014/15) dip.. 

So that seems to mean that there are way more people in this thread with optimism about the price going up, and I question whether we really need to levels of despair that were present in 2014/2015 - peeps like MajorMax seem to believe that we need that level, this time, and he might end up being correct.
JJG buy the fucking dip   Ladder style


Ok.....

That's what I do buy the dip and buy on the way down, mostly.. and sometimes if I feel that the bottom is dropping too fast, I might pull a few orders, but frequently, and just HODL a bit, yet I find that does not tend to work as well as just leaving the buy orders in place, instead of trying to guess...  Another thing that I do is reconfigure my increments and my amounts, and that could be based on a kind of feeling of running out of money or at least not being able to cover as far down the possible dip.

 So are you trying to suggest that I do something else or what is your point, exactly?  Comes off as a bit of a smart-ass point... but I am trying to give you some benefit of the doubt and not to lump you too much into the wrong camp.   Wink Wink
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Where's Rosecactus? I miss his positivity.
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It is the hat.

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