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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (3%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (1.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (4.5%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 5 (7.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 16 (24.2%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 12 (18.2%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 8 (12.1%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 5 (7.6%)
>$14,000 - 14 (21.2%)
Total Voters: 66

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July 06, 2019, 09:27:06 PM
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Fuck. She will be rich but she can never enjoy it now she is a ladder drone.   Cheesy

Ok... I guess I did see that one, and it seems that I was not as struck by it's humor, as you.  Go figure.
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So, I really don't consider her to be following my lead very much beyond the initial choice to get into bitcoin and then to hold through a few of the downward bad periods.... which may have even caused her to be way more profitable in terms of percentage that she profited from what she had put in.
... which is quite a decent result for an elderly lady if you ask me.


Yeah... I already know that people have both a tendency to do their own thing and find their own way, and sometimes even a kind of willingness to gamble on a kind of "I know better" approach.

Surely, my mom made some small mistakes in her earlier days of playing around and experimenting much beyond what I had been suggesting, and I suggested that she had put a small enough money into bitcoin that she should stop playing around with it so much.  If it goes to zero then she should just accept it, otherwise, just hold through the rougher periods of lackadaisical price performance.

I think part of the reason that she was able to hold onto her BTC for a decent amount of time - more than 10 months, with her portfolio in a decently large percentage in the red (I think more than 30%) was because she knew that I had invested more than her and my BTC portfolio was a larger percentage in the red.. and I had kept buying on a regular basis during those bad times in 2014/2015.  Hahahahahaha... .

It all worked out and the portion that I had bought during 2015 had a higher payoff than hers, but I still think that overall, on a percentage wise basis, her whole portfolio had done better than mine, on average.   

I told this story before, but I think that it bears some repeating, because some of my family members talk about my mom's situation from time to time, but there was a period in early 2017 in which my dad was kind of hounding my mom to take out some profits from her BTC holdings to at least get back her principle.. so that would have been in the $1k to $2k arena, and I told her that she could pull a bit out to shut him up, and maybe even to make herself happy, and I also told her that $1k to $2k seems to me like a bit of a dead man's zone in terms of selling - and that the price is likely to pass above such price arena... I said that I did not know any details regarding where the price might go and it could correct downwardly again, but it just seemed to be problematic to sell too much in that $1k to $2k price range.  So, maybe in that way, I was a bit unclear about how much my mom may have skimmed a little profits and then rode the price all the way up to $19,666, but then got even more nervous when the price retreated into the $14k to $16k, so at that point, she did skim off a few profits there in order to buy something expensive that my dad had wanted, and they both kind of share it.   Anyhow, in the $14k to $16k price arena, she cashed out nearly 4x her total principle amount, but that was only about 1/6th of her total BTC holdings, which she still mostly holds that remaining 5/6ths (except I think that she cashed out another 5% or so in the $11k arena in recent weeks.... but she did not cash out any BTC in 2018, even though I suggested that it would not kill her to cash out some if she thought it was necessary.. but she waited until the price had gone supra $10k to skim off a bit more profits and just realizing that she cannot take it with her.

So, a funny thing is that she has gotten many times her principle back and currently, her BTC investment is still worth at least 15x her initial investment amount... which should be a lesson to a lot of my family members who know decent amounts of the details of the story, yet almost no other family members have subsequently gotten into bitcoin beyond just dabbling here and there... making way less money than my mom and even losing money in some cases, which surely demonstrates that they want to go their own way and don't really want to listen to me or my mom (my mom does not say too much about strategy except to provide the conclusion that investing into bitcoin is working pretty well for her).
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July 06, 2019, 09:29:20 PM

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July 06, 2019, 09:37:13 PM

Ouch.
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July 06, 2019, 09:41:23 PM

A serious dream:
To be able to invest a small portion of, hopefully, appreciated btc in a couple years into Planetary Resources (or something similar).
We will own the stars!
Asteroids come first, though.
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July 06, 2019, 09:56:50 PM

^ the PzKpfw VI Ausf. E are a nice touch

Missed that detail. Just assumed they were Abrams without looking properly. 
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July 06, 2019, 10:08:46 PM

NIRP results in incredible mortgage interest rates in Germany: 0.4-1.5% for a 20 year loan.
https://thebanks.eu/compare-banking-products/mortgage-loans/Germany
Coming soon to US of A?



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NIRP results in incredible mortgage interest rates in Germany: 0.4-1.5% for a 20 year loan.
https://thebanks.eu/compare-banking-products/mortgage-loans/Germany
Coming soon to US of A?



Give me a 20 year fixed rate negative interests rate please
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^ the PzKpfw VI Ausf. E are a nice touch

Missed that detail. Just assumed they were Abrams without looking properly. 

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^ the PzKpfw VI Ausf. E are a nice touch

Missed that detail. Just assumed they were Abrams without looking properly. 

Vehicle recognition becomes second nature for sim players.

Wish I had time to invest in video games again.  Bring on retirement !
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Wish I had time to invest in video games again.  Bring on retirement !

I hope it works out for you. I tried retirement twice and it didn't take either time. You can only wash the car so many times per week. Painting the house more than twice a year is stupid. Honeydoo lists tend to get longer and more boring. Even extended cruises lose their appeal. Now, a dedicated video gamer might be able to manage it.

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July 07, 2019, 12:59:45 AM

All this bitcoin chatter is distracting.

A nation has the digital shitcoin scammers it deserves.  Just as Jews can only live in swamps sucking the blood of humans like mosquitos, a digital shitcoiner can only thrive in the swamps of our sins.
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Wish I had time to invest in video games again.  Bring on retirement !

I hope it works out for you. I tried retirement twice and it didn't take either time. You can only wash the car so many times per week. Painting the house more than twice a year is stupid. Honeydoo lists tend to get longer and more boring. Even extended cruises lose their appeal. Now, a dedicated video gamer might be able to manage it.

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July 07, 2019, 01:55:16 AM

We'll all be dead soon enough, none of our lives have any significance. So keep moving while you can, before you end up dust.
Speak for yourself. My bucket list is too long to manage already.
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We'll all be dead soon enough, none of our lives have any significance. So keep moving while you can, before you end up dust.

Maybe sooner than you think.

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July 07, 2019, 02:16:27 AM

So my computer has some extra hard drive space, running Linux. Are there any cool blockchain projects that actually do some cool things (other than ICO and disappear) that I can play around with? I'm thinking like Maidsafe. But I just checked their site and they're in Alpha after over a decade of development.

I know most ICOs basically made a bunch of money up front and bought lambos and moved on. Any decent ones?

I'll likely install NMC just to browse some .bit websites. Maybe play around with IPFS.
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July 07, 2019, 02:22:11 AM

If you want milfs check this one (43 yo), my favorite:


https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1183509/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm

She has a compelling IMDB entry. Looks like it was edited a few times. Here's how the 2nd sentence (out of 2) was probably edited.

She is a fetish porn actress.
She is a porn actress.
She is an adult film actress.
She is an actress.      <---- nailed it! let's call it a day.

Some choice titles from her filmography include:

- Fahrenheit 69
- My Hot Wife Is Fucking Blackzilla!
- Analyze This Ass
- Housewives Need Cash 2
- Ass Republic 2
- Not Another Low Budget Porn Movie
- Nurse Knockers

Titillating.
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July 07, 2019, 02:29:50 AM

So my computer has some extra hard drive space, running Linux. Are there any cool blockchain projects that actually do some cool things (other than ICO and disappear) that I can play around with? I'm thinking like Maidsafe. But I just checked their site and they're in Alpha after over a decade of development.

I know most ICOs basically made a bunch of money up front and bought lambos and moved on. Any decent ones?

I'll likely install NMC just to browse some .bit websites. Maybe play around with IPFS.

I think the most interesting "decentralized internet" project currently out there is probably Holochain (HOT). They have really been putting a lot of effort into developing a fully-functional decentralized version of the internet, which does require buying a special piece of hardware to run a node (kind of cuts back on the whole decentralized aspect).

Projects which I think are both interesting and legitimate include:

Endor Protocol - predictive analytics platform
SingularityNET - marketplace for AI services

However, from an investment standpoint they've really been worse than lackluster. I wouldn't invest in them, but they are cool ideas. Of the 3 projects, only Holochain has encountered any sort of commercial success thus far.
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