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Question: 1/24 Closing Price:
<$32,000 - 19 (22.6%)
$32,000-$33,000 - 8 (9.5%)
$33,000-$34,000 - 2 (2.4%)
$34,000-$35,000 - 8 (9.5%)
$35,000-$36,000 - 11 (13.1%)
$36,000-$37,000 - 7 (8.3%)
$37,000-$38,000 - 7 (8.3%)
$38,000-$39,000 - 1 (1.2%)
$39,000-$40,000 - 4 (4.8%)
$40,000-$41,000 - 2 (2.4%)
$41,000-$42,000 - 0 (0%)
>$42,000 - 15 (17.9%)
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Mornin, thread.  Grin

morning lucky coiner

never close that 80X macro play Wink

Never will bro, this might be the thing that makes me a millionaire if the bull run is actually a bull run.

Mornin, thread.  Grin

You're pushing your luck, pal.  Smiley

When life gives you lemons, you trade it for bitcoin.

Each time the BTC price moves up, let's say an additional $100, then you move your stop loss up an additional $100 or so, or at least $50 or $60?  The only penalty, or cost, is that you are borrowing money (because 80x is leveraged on borrowing, right?), so there is an interest that you will have to pay for the longer you hold it open and at the time that you close it.

I always keep it beneath the hourly golden ratio of the fibonacci retracement. I correct the stop accordingly to every dip and rise. I am riding this wave as high as possible. Anything beyond this point is a bonus.

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Christmas Quiz:
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December 19, 2018, 05:43:05 PM

Come on guys, deep down you know we haven't bottomed.  The volume wasn't there. Let the capitulation flow through you. The feeling that it's not a bull trap is exactly the goal.

volume on OTC now
https://www.ccn.com/otc-is-much-larger-than-bitcoin-exchange-volume-where-real-whales-trade/

Maybe sooner than I though?

I wonder when the news of all the OTC buying central banks, and billionaires were doing from Crypto OGs during the "bear market" will become clear.
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December 19, 2018, 06:00:55 PM

Mornin, thread.  Grin

morning lucky coiner

never close that 80X macro play Wink

Never will bro, this might be the thing that makes me a millionaire if the bull run is actually a bull run.

Mornin, thread.  Grin

You're pushing your luck, pal.  Smiley

When life gives you lemons, you trade it for bitcoin.

Each time the BTC price moves up, let's say an additional $100, then you move your stop loss up an additional $100 or so, or at least $50 or $60?  The only penalty, or cost, is that you are borrowing money (because 80x is leveraged on borrowing, right?), so there is an interest that you will have to pay for the longer you hold it open and at the time that you close it.

I always keep it beneath the hourly golden ratio of the fibonacci retracement. I correct the stop accordingly to every dip and rise. I am riding this wave as high as possible. Anything beyond this point is a bonus.



Why not use full moon cycles instead?
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December 19, 2018, 06:02:18 PM

but the pain man

You really need to invest in a set of titanium platters, brother.

for the testicular smashing thing? all i have is some old bricks in the yard. not good enough?

what is all that about?

seems like a weird flex to me, but whatever

not sure to be honest but Bob seems to attach great importance to it.

i myself would rather use marshmallows or something if i had to do it. which i dont.
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December 19, 2018, 06:11:32 PM

Hashrate is increasing.

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December 19, 2018, 06:15:05 PM
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Come on guys, deep down you know we haven't bottomed.  The volume wasn't there. Let the capitulation flow through you. The feeling that it's not a bull trap is exactly the goal.

volume on OTC now
https://www.ccn.com/otc-is-much-larger-than-bitcoin-exchange-volume-where-real-whales-trade/

Maybe sooner than I though?

I wonder when the news of all the OTC buying central banks, and billionaires were doing from Crypto OGs during the "bear market" will become clear.
There are these 2 index for BTC OTC markets, but we can't check the volumes (only the prices)

This one from TrueDigital based on 9 OTC providers
https://indices.truedgtl.com/indices

And this one from VanEck (based on Circle Trade, Cumberland and Genesis Trading)
https://www.mvis-indices.com/indices/digital-assets/mvis-bitcoin-us-otc-spot
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December 19, 2018, 06:18:16 PM

I will still anticipate 2018 being a wash and look forward to a fresh start in 2019. Big things (tm) coming in 2019.

A wash? 2018 Jan 01 - $13,670. Yup, I could live with that. Seems kinda optimistic though.
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December 19, 2018, 06:21:20 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.
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I've got to say the fourth logo is awesome. The colours, the dynamic font, the obvious choice of highlighting the "Bitcoin" name.

Assholes.
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December 19, 2018, 06:26:21 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.
I agree with bitserve on this one.

By the way, at which time do the CME futures expire?
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December 19, 2018, 06:27:28 PM

Hashrate is increasing.



Also the weather in Australia seems to be getting better: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/dec/19/christmas-day-weather-forecast-to-be-warm-and-dry-across-most-of-australia
Everything is clear, it's rally time guys! Hope in!

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December 19, 2018, 06:33:05 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.

We're still at the bottom. 85% down from ATH. You think peeps who bought at 3200 won't buy at 3900? Laughable. 3900 is still dirt cheap.
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December 19, 2018, 06:33:12 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.
In the context of the time frame this is a fairly "V shaped" bounce.  

But that's a bit hopiumy I think...  I think your "B" scenario makes more sense.
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December 19, 2018, 06:41:49 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.

We're still at the bottom. 85% down from ATH. You think peeps who bought at 3200 won't buy at 3900? Laughable. 3900 is still dirt cheap.

What is the difference between 3200 and 3750 current price?Good opportunity to buy
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Who sold their bitcoin They have to ride again
They will not lose anything At least they will not buy at a high price (+5000usd per btc)
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Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.
In the context of the time frame this is a fairly "V shaped" bounce.  

But that's a bit hopiumy I think...  I think your "B" scenario makes more sense.
When x80 short?
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December 19, 2018, 06:52:02 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.

We're still at the bottom. 85% down from ATH. You think peeps who bought at 3200 won't buy at 3900? Laughable. 3900 is still dirt cheap.

Why buy at 3900, when I'll be able to buy at 2900 soon?
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Will you try again 4000, later we will see  Roll Eyes

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December 19, 2018, 06:54:48 PM

Well, it looks like everything is going according to the best scenario. Either this was the final drop (which I don't think so) or worst case we can go for a final capitulation FROM a higher price (ie: $4.5K to $3K) in January-March.

I also go for the second scenario because I suspect we haven't been able to accumulate enough at the bottom. Next time many will be prepared for a stronger faster bounce on huge volume.

This is fine.

We're still at the bottom. 85% down from ATH. You think peeps who bought at 3200 won't buy at 3900? Laughable. 3900 is still dirt cheap.

Why buy at 3900, when I'll be able to buy at 2900 soon?

Why are you so sure about it? Because some "expert" or some random guy said so?
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