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July 18, 2019, 05:29:01 PM

You hold you win.  simple
What do you win ?

You win a higher return if you're forced by circumstances to spend some of your Bitcoin to buy fiat currency to obtain goods or services.
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July 18, 2019, 05:37:59 PM

Recovering from a surgery on my leg yesterday. Bedridden for the next week / using crutches. No drinking at all for 14 days due to med interactions. Day is off to a great start when I ignore two people on one page and see corn tanking $600. Life could be worse I guess.

Sheeit.

Hey Bob, go easy and get well soon.  It'll fly by - and a little time off the booze won't do you much harm.

As for the ignore button, at least it helps the pages fly by a little easier Wink
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July 18, 2019, 05:38:15 PM

Is there a connection between BTC bullishness and the following topic: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-18/chinese-capital-outflows-spike-highest-10-months
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July 18, 2019, 05:42:50 PM

This is fine.

this is gentlemen  Wink
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July 18, 2019, 05:44:06 PM

Upsetting. I was praying for a larger drop so I could accumulate more coin. Greed gets me again Sad

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July 18, 2019, 05:46:09 PM

The longer it builds, the higher it will end up...

Don't we all love the building moments, brick after brick to then smoothly claim the 5-dig 6-dig zone forever Smiley

FTFY  Wink

Haha but mean first 5 dig, to not wall below into 4 anymore..... Then again brick by brick to claim 6 dig forever Cheesy

Exactly....


we cannot just jump from 4 digits to 6 digits without spending a decent amount of time in 5 digits...


Surely, there are a lot of us who are going to be quite happy in 5 digits, and even some sufficiently content with their bitcoin investment, even if BTC never, ever, ever, reaches 6 digits, especially if it can stay in 5 digits into the future... as long as relevant to the end of life or whatever other "relevant" measurement is.
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Enjoyed your post but I’m out of sMerits  Undecided
I also favour a scenario of increased price weakness in the medium term without the bullish scenario in the larger time frame suffering. The better the build up towards the halvening, the stronger the push towards new ATHs.

As we see, bulls are in action and try to change the BTC price course. If this will continue and is not only a big BTC market manipulation, to close all short trades, then this could be a first time in history, I assume, that from a Death Cross, bulls would make a Gold Cross  Grin.



I think this is only big market manipulation and as fast, as price bounced up, will go down, but let's wait and see. I hope, I am wrong and bulls will be buying, insane amounts of BTC and we go to ATH in a few days  Cool.

The majority of traders I know use Golden Cross and Death Cross to refer to 50 and 200 SMA crossovers on the daily chart, with confirmation following on the 3 day chart. On the BTC/USD daily we had a Golden Cross back on April 23. On the three day we are close to getting confirmation, not there yet though. You can look at lower time frames sure if you are a day trader but you will be getting a better signal to noise ratio on daily and 3 day charts. We briefly dipped below the 50 SMA on the daily but are now back above.
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July 18, 2019, 05:57:08 PM

Can someone pretty please give me One Million Dollars in Crypto Currency ? XDDD

Turning from a respectable Mechatronic to a complete beggar in a Month & a half

lovely life

Clocks gun n points it to my head (oh i got people to take care of) puts it back in the drawer...

i will just go now in shame ...

Yep... Begging should be shameful.

Figuring out some kind of reasonable plan and then attempting to follow such plan seems a more honorable approach, even if it does not necessarily cause instant rich.  It might cause a path upwards or at least attempting to prevent downwards, perhaps?  You should know better than the rest of us about your particular circumstances, and the last time I checked, this was not a charity solicitation thread.. but instead a place where we attempt to fantasize about our own abilities to transition through bitcoin into a life of hookers, lambos and blow.    
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July 18, 2019, 06:04:19 PM

Gay as hell.  Same single entity buying on Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and Gdax all at once.  Non-aggregate scam where some (((entity))) is trying to artificially rig the market higher......

Whatever works.  I am not complaining.

You would not be complaining either if you held some little friends, aka bitcoins.

Maybe you would also, NOT, be complaining if you had hedged your bets (in spite of your dumbass beliefs) and held onto a decent number of bitcoins, rather than selling all of your stash below $700. 

Part of the reason for hedge is to take out some of the emotion, which you seem to have too much of.  Seemingly for reasons already mentioned.
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July 18, 2019, 06:08:40 PM
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July 18, 2019, 06:20:56 PM

Can someone pretty please give me One Million Dollars in Crypto Currency ? XDDD

Turning from a respectable Mechatronic to a complete beggar in a Month & a half

lovely life

Clocks gun n points it to my head (oh i got people to take care of) puts it back in the drawer...

i will just go now in shame ...

Yep... Begging should be shameful.

Figuring out some kind of reasonable plan and then attempting to follow such plan seems a more honorable approach, even if it does not necessarily cause instant rich.  It might cause a path upwards or at least attempting to prevent downwards, perhaps?  You should know better than the rest of us about your particular circumstances, and the last time I checked, this was not a charity solicitation thread.. but instead a place where we attempt to fantasize about our own abilities to transition through bitcoin into a life of hookers, lambos and blow.    

Guess it's the Cryptonian or one of his "team" members.
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July 18, 2019, 06:24:23 PM

You hold you win.  simple
What do you win ?

You win a higher return if you're forced by circumstances to spend some of your Bitcoin to buy fiat currency to obtain goods or services.

Remember last year there were a quite a few people buying into various alts, including ERC20 ethereum based tokens that proclaimed to help the investors to earn a passive income, because those coins paid dividends or interest.

In the past couple of years, people realized that those coins were scams, and even if they ended up paying dividends or interest, the value dropped so god damned low that it would have been better to invest into bitcoin.

Bitcoin pays because it is sound money, and even if you cannot do any better than keeping your stash at the same level, you end up winning through BTC's price appreciation during what is quite likely to be an exponential s-curve.... so it can also be considered a kind of compounding interest too, but it is what it is, and if it appreciates in value as projected (but not guaranteed) you will be able to cash out for higher value or to obtain more goods and services with the same amount that you had held earlier.  Seems to be worth the risk, even if strictly, regularly held bitcoins are not paying any dividend or interest.
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July 18, 2019, 06:32:19 PM

Five figure again 🤪
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July 18, 2019, 06:39:38 PM

Five figure again 🤪

Yeah!!!!!!

At a certain point, it seems that there is a decent sign that we are moving back up again.

But, hey, I don't really hold any great expectations that we are going to be able to break above $13,880 at any time soon.

On the other hand, it would be nice to never ever ever see 4 digits again...

But what are the odds?  Less than 50%, perhaps?

Maybe gotta wait for JSRAW to confirm with us that we are out of 4 digits?  No?

waiting.............     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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July 18, 2019, 06:40:17 PM

Perspective.

April 5th, 2019

Bitcoin Price: 5,025.11 USD.

Source: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/

July 18th, 2019

Bitcoin Price: $10,549.90 as of 1:38 pm CDT USA.

Perspective.

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July 18, 2019, 06:49:42 PM

Perspective.

April 5th, 2019

Bitcoin Price: 5,025.11 USD.

Source: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/

July 18th, 2019

Bitcoin Price: $10,549.90 as of 1:38 pm CDT USA.

Perspective.

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April 1st, in which we broke above $4,200, is the more relevant BTC price reference point.  Of course, you can refer to the price below $4,200 or the breakout at $4,200, but price reference points around that time that are above $4,200 are less significant (at least in terms of base reference points).

Furthermore, after April 1, we had several BTCV price legs up and a few price corrections.. so there could be some miniature interesting BTC price reference points in between April 1 and today.... but they don't seem to be as interesting as the recent April 1 base, unless you are making a different kind of point.. such as raising the earlier December 15, 2018 $3,122 bottom.. .but I am getting out of any kind of parameters of your earlier perspective point, searing.

By the way, as I am typing, I just observed a flash price of $10,750.. .NOT bad, NOT bad.  Bitcoin keeps up this upwards price nonsense, then we are going to be back in the top 100, even for today.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

To get into the top 100 by today, BTC prices are going to have to average higher than

>>>>>100  2019-07-02  10185.60<<<<<<   

... so it might be a bit of a nail-biter, because my understanding of the price measure for the day goes by a volume weighted trading price average on bitstamp for the previous 24 hours by the end of midnight UT....

Go BTC go!!!!
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July 18, 2019, 07:10:27 PM

Five figure again 🤪

Yeah!!!!!!

At a certain point, it seems that there is a decent sign that we are moving back up again.

But, hey, I don't really hold any great expectations that we are going to be able to break above $13,880 at any time soon.

On the other hand, it would be nice to never ever ever see 4 digits again...

But what are the odds?  Less than 50%, perhaps?

Maybe gotta wait for JSRAW to confirm with us that we are out of 4 digits?  No?

waiting.............     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


Odds that we have left 4 figures behind forever:

Today:  10%
1 October: 30%
1 November: 50%
1 April 2020: 60%
1 November 2020: 70%
1 April 2021: 80%
1 November 2021: 90%
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Five figure again 🤪

Yeah!!!!!!

At a certain point, it seems that there is a decent sign that we are moving back up again.

But, hey, I don't really hold any great expectations that we are going to be able to break above $13,880 at any time soon.

On the other hand, it would be nice to never ever ever see 4 digits again...

But what are the odds?  Less than 50%, perhaps?

Maybe gotta wait for JSRAW to confirm with us that we are out of 4 digits?  No?

waiting.............     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


Odds that we have left 4 figures behind forever:

Today:  10%
1 October: 30%
1 November: 50%
1 April 2020: 60%
1 November 2020: 70%
1 April 2021: 80%
1 November 2021: 90%

You can't do that, hairy mcmac.    Angry Angry

That's out of bounds.

You are projecting too far into a bitcoin future that has not happened, yet.


Furthermore, to be more specific about your egregiousness, you are employing (not only attempting but doing) too many BTC price legs in advance, which breaks the rules of reasonable.

If I were to put a label on your conduct, I would either loosely describe it as reckless or more tightly suggest that it is speculation that overly relies on fractals...

UNFAIR





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July 18, 2019, 08:18:35 PM

Yeah!!!!!!

At a certain point, it seems that there is a decent sign that we are moving back up again.

But, hey, I don't really hold any great expectations that we are going to be able to break above $13,880 at any time soon.

On the other hand, it would be nice to never ever ever see 4 digits again...

But what are the odds?  Less than 50%, perhaps?

Maybe gotta wait for JSRAW to confirm with us that we are out of 4 digits?  No?

waiting.............     Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Finally I was able to read an entire post JJG posted 🤪

Well done to me LOL
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July 18, 2019, 08:22:38 PM

Odds that we have left 4 figures behind forever:

Today:  10%
1 October: 30%
1 November: 50%
1 April 2020: 60%
1 November 2020: 70%
1 April 2021: 80%
1 November 2021: 90%

So this is what I see:

Today:  $10,610
1 October: $13,793
1 November: $20,689.5
1 April 2020: $33,103.2
1 November 2020: $56,275.4
1 April 2021: $101,295.7
1 November 2021: $192,462

Weeeeeeeeeeeeee
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