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March 18, 2019, 02:27:49 PM

https://www.ccn.com/fbitcoin-technical-indicators-show-bullish-trend

"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
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The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.
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March 18, 2019, 02:32:28 PM

https://www.ccn.com/fbitcoin-technical-indicators-show-bullish-trend

"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
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The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.

Agreed!
I’m enjoying gobbling up cheap coins & have been for months now but the end game is that 1BTC = very expensive plus I’m nearly 3 months late paying my personal sole trader HMRC tax because I’ve been spending it all on bitcoin’s Cheesy
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March 18, 2019, 02:33:31 PM

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"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
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The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.

Agreed!
I’m enjoying gobbling up cheap coins & have been for months now but the end game is that 1BTC = very expensive plus I’m nearly 3 months late paying my personal HMRC tax because I’ve been spending it all on bitcoin’s Cheesy
Don't get behind on your stuff due to crypto! I myself want to stack more hardware and mine shitcoins and exchange them for Bitcoin but unfortunately I just can't right now.
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March 18, 2019, 02:34:26 PM

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March 18, 2019, 02:36:45 PM

https://www.ccn.com/fbitcoin-technical-indicators-show-bullish-trend

"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
...
The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.

Agreed!
I’m enjoying gobbling up cheap coins & have been for months now but the end game is that 1BTC = very expensive plus I’m nearly 3 months late paying my personal HMRC tax because I’ve been spending it all on bitcoin’s Cheesy
Don't get behind on your stuff due to crypto! I myself want to stack more hardware and mine shitcoins and exchange them for Bitcoin but unfortunately I just can't right now.

I can afford to pay it, I’ve just chosen not to so far. I always pay my personal tax late. My business/corporate returns are later in the year. Never pay them late because I’d be in deep trouble if they started to look into those books Cheesy

All fun & games I guess Smiley 
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https://www.ccn.com/fbitcoin-technical-indicators-show-bullish-trend

"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
...
The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.

Agreed!
I’m enjoying gobbling up cheap coins & have been for months now but the end game is that 1BTC = very expensive plus I’m nearly 3 months late paying my personal HMRC tax because I’ve been spending it all on bitcoin’s Cheesy
Don't get behind on your stuff due to crypto! I myself want to stack more hardware and mine shitcoins and exchange them for Bitcoin but unfortunately I just can't right now.

I can afford to pay it, I’ve just chosen not to so far. I always pay my personal tax late. My business/corporate returns are later in the year. Never pay them late because I’d be in deep trouble if they started to look into those books Cheesy

All fun & games I guess Smiley 
This reminds me to scan in my tax documents to my tax guy, he sent me a link but I have been far too lazy.
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March 18, 2019, 02:45:37 PM


Thought of the day.
And this fucking thought is/will be the only resistance in the way of bitcoin mass adoption as a currency.
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March 18, 2019, 02:45:57 PM

$4000 still there acting as what seems like an impenetrable force. I, for one, will be delighted when we finally leave the $3000’s behind.  
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March 18, 2019, 02:52:23 PM
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$4000 still there acting as what seems like an impenetrable force. I, for one, will be delighted when we finally leave the $3000’s behind.  

It’s a slow upwards climb now until after the next halving (obviously with a number of retraces).
Every $1,000 increase in price will feel like swimming against the tide but we’ll get there. It’s still a great time to pick up cheap coins. In 2022 we’ll be laughing at the thought of a $3,000 bitcoin.

You know what to do DeathAngel.
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March 18, 2019, 02:57:03 PM

$4000 still there acting as what seems like an impenetrable force. I, for one, will be delighted when we finally leave the $3000’s behind.  

It’s a slow upwards climb now until after the next halving (obviously with a number of retraces).
Every $1,000 increase in price will feel like swimming against the tide but we’ll get there. It’s still a great time to pick up cheap coins. In 2022 we’ll be laughing at the thought of a $3,000 bitcoin.

You know what to do DeathAngel.

I know, I get it. It is really annoying being stuck going sideways for so long. Obviously a good time to buy but frustrating nonetheless.

+ 1 WO Merit for your response any way. I’m all outta sMerit. Anybody help a WO brother out & Merit the LFC post?
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March 18, 2019, 03:07:01 PM

$4000 still there acting as what seems like an impenetrable force. I, for one, will be delighted when we finally leave the $3000’s behind.  

It’s a slow upwards climb now until after the next halving (obviously with a number of retraces).
Every $1,000 increase in price will feel like swimming against the tide but we’ll get there. It’s still a great time to pick up cheap coins. In 2022 we’ll be laughing at the thought of a $3,000 bitcoin.

You know what to do DeathAngel.
The swimming against the tide is the perfect metaphor, then we'll have it pull out of to the Sea of riches when the bull market hits. 😎
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March 18, 2019, 03:51:11 PM

$4000 still there acting as what seems like an impenetrable force. I, for one, will be delighted when we finally leave the $3000’s behind.  

It’s a slow upwards climb now until after the next halving (obviously with a number of retraces).
Every $1,000 increase in price will feel like swimming against the tide but we’ll get there. It’s still a great time to pick up cheap coins. In 2022 we’ll be laughing at the thought of a $3,000 bitcoin.

You know what to do DeathAngel.

I know, I get it. It is really annoying being stuck going sideways for so long. Obviously a good time to buy but frustrating nonetheless.

+ 1 WO Merit for your response any way. I’m all outta sMerit. Anybody help a WO brother out & Merit the LFC post?

@hong kong connecting flight to Brussels as we speak, just enough time to quickly answer your needs
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What a suprise.  Roll Eyes

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Short term oscillations (1m-3m) tightening. Breakout soon? Up or down?
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March 18, 2019, 04:52:13 PM

Short term oscillations (1m-3m) tightening. Breakout soon? Up or down?
It has to go up based on my own requirements

$4200 in the next 24 hours please
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Folks, I sadly have to inform you that I'm running out of pictures of hot climbing girls which are not too porn but a little for breaking my own rules. Grin
I can confirm she will be attending 100k party.
Skinny girls are not attractive though. Cheesy
Who are here like chubby or thick more than a skinny girls? ☺️
Degenerates. And that's not skinny, that's fit. So rare that it is unknown to most people apparently.

Good afternoon WO,s

Lol, RED FLAG > the blonde, this thin..., in 30 seconds, ends with all of you and with me of course.
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March 18, 2019, 05:03:48 PM

Short term oscillations (1m-3m) tightening. Breakout soon? Up or down?

I know I've gotten myself in trouble in the past with making bad calls, but my gut has been absolutely 100% right-on so far this year. I am legit beginning to scare myself.

We're going to break upwards.

HODL. Patience.

Expecting support to build this entire week.

My man!

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This should be measured in Bitcoin and Ethereum, not in USD. And also be revisited during the next Bitcoin bull run.
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March 18, 2019, 05:09:38 PM

Short term oscillations (1m-3m) tightening. Breakout soon? Up or down?

I know I've gotten myself in trouble in the past with making bad calls, but my gut has been absolutely 100% right-on so far this year. I am legit beginning to scare myself.

We're going to break upwards.

HODL. Patience.

Expecting support to build this entire week.
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March 18, 2019, 05:14:13 PM

https://www.ccn.com/fbitcoin-technical-indicators-show-bullish-trend

"According to one technical analyst, for the first time since the bull run in late 2017, a technical indicator called Bollinger Bands is holding above the 30 moving average (MA) level, which often signals a positive upside movement.
...
The $4,300 level could be crucial in the near-term because as one cryptocurrency trader explained, there are a relatively large number of short contracts stacked up in the $4,200 to $4,300 range. If bitcoin initiates an optimistic price movement above $4,300, it could trigger a short squeeze and fuel its near-term momentum."


$4,300 would be quite the breath of fresh air, enough distance from the bottom to take a breather.

I believe that the point the article is making is to get above $4,300 would cause the triggering of the short squeezes, and surely, it would be nice to get above $4,600, too, which is another level of additional short squeezes, then that could provide enough fuel to get to the sub $5k arena.  I have my doubts that we could get through $5k without some kind of 15% or more correction, but you never know in bitcoinlandia.  Some of those kinds of actions could cause folks, like me, to reconsider the conditions in which we come out of the bear market category.
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