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October 01, 2019, 03:19:13 PM

I want to see these statistics when Bitcoin reaches its bullish trend



You may have to see the money injected into the Exchanges to list or try to give shitcoins oxygen ...
Just shows that fiat is still the reference, this is 2019 after all, nothing surprising.
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October 01, 2019, 03:19:46 PM
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ASSEMBLE THE AARMYYYY!

We are taking 200DMA back from the BEARS!
so don't stop now.

My orders sitting around 8420 (because reasons) and didn't get filled yet.

200DMA @8441
I hope you are ready to short shiteboy.  Don’t let us down now.

Whiteboy420's BTC shorting orders should have filled.  That is if he is actually putting his money where his BIG mouth is, as many WO regulars would likely doubt to be the case, since most troll/shill nocoiner bitcoin naysayers fail/refuse to put their money where their frequently too BIG for their britches mouthes are.
Disclosure: I have a short open too, as a hedge. At the moment it's about half the size of my still painful long, and with patient scalping and rebuilding it has already paid me about 25% of the suffering. I will let it go if I can close it in the green (which is still totally possible), or when my stop hits - that is, when the long position's loss gets about half of what it is.

There are attitude differences between shills/nocoiners and me, though.

- I just do it when/because I feel I need to, so that I can reduce losses incurred or improve profits made on the long side. I am always fundamentally long, because I think it's just a matter of time until it eventually pays out.

- I am wary of shorting the corn. It's bad karma, and her cruelty to shorters can be wanton. Well, to longers too occasionally.

- I feel a tingle of shame when I reveal my short positions here  Roll Eyes

It seems to me that in the past couple of years that you have been discussing your trading strategy here, you have developed a kind of niche for yourself and also an information sharing angle that complements other BTC strategies in this thread.  

I have come to consider my own strategy of a series of longs, and closing of longs, so I don't employ shorts in part because I am nervous about employing such, even if your posts have described a variety of ways in which shorts can be employed in BTC in order to possibly improve upon a long only strategy.

TLDR:  I agree that your way of posting about BTC shorting seems to be quite different from the troll/shills, who seem to be suggesting balls to the wall strategies rather than hedging strategies.

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as long your #HODL positions are larger than your short positions I would say it's just greed and not blasphemy.

Grin

Maybe you are joking, but fact of the matter is that greed and hedging are two different things.
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October 01, 2019, 03:38:55 PM

This is the 6th fresco crowdfunded by the crypto community with a #Bitcoin QR code 🎨, located in Paris (Ivry sur Seine), on the roof of the old gold fundry of the Bank of France.

Could you find what's the link to Bitcoin in the painting (besides the location and the QR)?

https://twitter.com/pascalboyart/status/1178753617597276160
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October 01, 2019, 03:40:02 PM

I'm slightly off grid again, the weather is amazingly sweet.
Last time was in June, where I had to cut it short for a few days - because of da pumping.
Hopefully by the time I return, we'll be back @$10k levels - at least.

Keeping half an eye of course, my longs are doing just great.
Yippee ki yay motherfuckerzzz. Cool

For your longs to be healthy, you must have had them open since the 3k levels earlier this year. Is that so?

Surely we know that healthy is a relative term.  But, if you are playing BTC long term (which is what many here suggest and many BTC long term HODLers suggest), then your longs are "healthy" if your average cost per BTC is close to the same as the current price or lower.  

That is why investing in BTC is both a psychological and a financial long play, not a blowing with the winds attempt.


For your longs to be healthy, you must have had them open since the 3k levels earlier this year. Is that so?

I don't get it. I'd say all it takes for a long to be healthy is having been open below the current price, but maybe it's just me.

What he said.


I have a feeling we may breach $9,000 again by the end of the week. No TA, I just think the bottom is in & we’ll start to creep upwards consistently before we end the year.

Halving not too far away = Bullish

Okay now this may not sound very optimistic but similar thought process worked when people were talking about LTC halving, look what happened since.

I know BTC is a different beast and historically it has always performed well after halving, I am just saying it is just too narrow of an event to consider going bull.

Oh gawd... not more lame attempts at shit coin comparisons.

Of course, LTC is a different beast, but if you would like to consider LTC as a related beast, it would be the tail (not dee doggie).    Tongue
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October 01, 2019, 03:43:34 PM

This is the 6th fresco crowdfunded by the crypto community with a #Bitcoin QR code , located in Paris (Ivry sur Seine), on the roof of the old gold fundry of the Bank of France.

Could you find what's the link to Bitcoin in the painting (besides the location and the QR)?

https://twitter.com/pascalboyart/status/1178753617597276160
Printed bills....

For the rest we can all make up a story people need to be saved from the money printing system ...
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October 01, 2019, 03:49:18 PM

This is the 6th fresco crowdfunded by the crypto community with a #Bitcoin QR code 🎨, located in Paris (Ivry sur Seine), on the roof of the old gold fundry of the Bank of France.

Could you find what's the link to Bitcoin in the painting (besides the location and the QR)?

https://twitter.com/pascalboyart/status/1178753617597276160

People on the raft are dressed in modern way: there's a mobile on the floor: they are banksters! they're trying to be save with the printed money... but the're going to fail. massively.
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Congrats to gentlemand!

Maybe we can all pool some resources and send him on a congratulatory trip to his favorite place, Jaywick Sands.

I am touched by everyone's congrats. I'm actually planning a winter holiday there right now.

I'd only do it if I can stay in an authentic Jaywick prefab complete with spores that'll enter my lungs and always be with me. Sadly that's proving hard to find. Guess I could buy one. Even the ones for sale look suspiciously clean. I want rotten mattresses littering the outside and inside.

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October 01, 2019, 03:50:46 PM

This is the 6th fresco crowdfunded by the crypto community with a #Bitcoin QR code , located in Paris (Ivry sur Seine), on the roof of the old gold fundry of the Bank of France.

Could you find what's the link to Bitcoin in the painting (besides the location and the QR)?

https://twitter.com/pascalboyart/status/1178753617597276160
Printed bills....

For the rest we can all make up a story people need to be saved from the money printing system ...
Yaah  @micgoossens same thinking to be agreed that...
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A great flippening is approaching.

More investors flip everyday to realize that quanatative easing, negative interest rates, fractional reserves, the elimination of cash, mass surveillance, currency wars, and inflation are all the frightening experiments, not bitcoin.
https://twitter.com/Rhythmtrader/status/1178702941315829761?s=19

Can confirm that this week a family member and a friend seperately approached me to discuss removing their money from the bank. It's happening, people are losing trust in the system. They still see BTC as the more risky option so they're buying land as a move to preserve their wealth.
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October 01, 2019, 03:56:47 PM

This is the 6th fresco crowdfunded by the crypto community with a #Bitcoin QR code 🎨, located in Paris (Ivry sur Seine), on the roof of the old gold fundry of the Bank of France.

Could you find what's the link to Bitcoin in the painting (besides the location and the QR)?

https://twitter.com/pascalboyart/status/1178753617597276160

People on the raft are dressed in modern way: there's a mobile on the floor: they are banksters! they're trying to be save with the printed money... but the're going to fail. massively.


Yes electronic money is the great better than paper printed money also ctyprocurrency bitcoin easier better than bank.
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October 01, 2019, 03:57:43 PM

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A great flippening is approaching.

More investors flip everyday to realize that quanatative easing, negative interest rates, fractional reserves, the elimination of cash, mass surveillance, currency wars, and inflation are all the frightening experiments, not bitcoin.
https://twitter.com/Rhythmtrader/status/1178702941315829761?s=19

Can confirm that this week a family member and a friend seperately approached me to discuss removing their money from the bank. It's happening, people are losing trust in the system. They still see BTC as the more risky option so they're buying land as a move to preserve their wealth.

It is that the banking system, is based a lot on credit systems, and if they fail to comply they are able to leave people on the street, it is a system that is losing a lot of control today with the adoption of Bitcoin.
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October 01, 2019, 04:18:47 PM

Is the easiest way to gain merit really just posting Moonboy content ?

Maybe i should make a second acc.

Yeah... continue being an asshole.  That should earn you some merit.   Wink
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October 01, 2019, 04:33:32 PM

Boom soon?
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October 01, 2019, 04:39:18 PM

Is the easiest way to gain merit really just posting Moonboy content ?

Maybe i should make a second acc.


Merits are useless

If you have no intention of ever ranking up then that’s ok but if you want to become a higher ranked member here then Merit’s are not useless, you need them along with the required activity to rank up.
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why lose your time to get merits when there are so many more worthy things to do in a lifetime

You are sort of correct, Bossian, that merits are not the be all end all in the world... but they do tend to show which members are more actively involved in the community (this forum).. which may or may not be important to you from your own personal assessment of what is important in life.

Accordingly, if you just post whatever the fuck you like (or don't post, or just read various content), maybe you will get merits and maybe you will not.  There is no real compelling reason to focus considerable energies in the pursuit of merits for the sake of it, like you suggested, especially if you are otherwise comfortable with your forum posts, whatever level of acceptance you have in the forum and your chosen level of participation.
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October 01, 2019, 04:42:27 PM

I want to see these statistics when Bitcoin reaches its bullish trend



You may have to see the money injected into the Exchanges to list or try to give shitcoins oxygen ...


Do you have a link to the source of that chart, or is the chart behind some kind of firewall?
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Tell Vegeta to get ready.
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October 01, 2019, 04:46:39 PM
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Is the easiest way to gain merit really just posting Moonboy content ?

Maybe i should make a second acc.


Merits are useless

If you have no intention of ever ranking up then that’s ok but if you want to become a higher ranked member here then Merit’s are not useless, you need them along with the required activity to rank up.
We all gonna die anyway
why lose your time to get merits when there are so many more worthy things to do in a lifetime

You are sort of correct, Bossian, that merits are not the be all end all in the world... but they do tend to show which members are more actively involved in the community (this forum).. which may or may not be important to you from your own personal assessment of what is important in life.

Accordingly, if you just post whatever the fuck you like (or don't post, or just read various content), maybe you will get merits and maybe you will not.  There is no real compelling reason to focus considerable energies in the pursuit of merits for the sake of it, like you suggested, especially if you are otherwise comfortable with your forum posts, whatever level of acceptance you have in the forum and your chosen level of participation.

I totally agree that as far as life is concerned then Merit’s mean absolutely fuck all. We’re all here because of bitcoin, all we really need is for bitcoin to moon. I enjoy certain Merit milestones but overall I guess yeah, it isn’t too important.
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October 01, 2019, 04:53:00 PM

I had that crazy (maybe wasn't so crazy) idea in the morning. I was about to put the rest of all my FIAT (6 figures) to BTC but then I didn't. Did another small $200 DCA instead.

Isn't that a sure bet? I mean who doesn't believe here that BTC won't make it above 9k again? Last time I said these lines it was somewhere between 4k and 6k, and I still didn't buy (I mean not all in), and it damn went above 9k indeed.

From 8k to 9k that was %12 sure gains. (It is %6 now)
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October 01, 2019, 04:56:13 PM

I totally agree that as far as life is concerned then Merit’s mean absolutely fuck all. We’re all here because of bitcoin, all we really need is for bitcoin to moon. I enjoy certain Merit milestones but overall I guess yeah, it isn’t too important.

Pah. The only thing written on my gravestone will be my merit count. Plus it'll be internet connected so my astonishing wisdom score will continue to accumulate even after worms eat my eyeballs and brain.

Other than that it's stats that are the true bottomless pit for merit. People seem to LOVE that stuff though I'm not so sure why, especially when most of the stats are about... merit.

I think the requirements are too low for the lowest ranks and too high for the middling ones. And also all legacy merit awarded on the inception of the system should have been stripped and binned long ago.
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October 01, 2019, 05:08:49 PM

I totally agree that as far as life is concerned then Merit’s mean absolutely fuck all. We’re all here because of bitcoin, all we really need is for bitcoin to moon. I enjoy certain Merit milestones but overall I guess yeah, it isn’t too important.

Pah. The only thing written on my gravestone will be my merit count. Plus it'll be internet connected so my astonishing wisdom score will continue to accumulate even after worms eat my eyeballs and brain.

Other than that it's stats that are the true bottomless pit for merit. People seem to LOVE that stuff though I'm not so sure why, especially when most of the stats are about... merit.

I think the requirements are too low for the lowest ranks and too high for the middling ones. And also all legacy merit awarded on the inception of the system should have been stripped and binned long ago.


You made it to the ‘self made legendary’ status (1000 earned merit). I enjoyed when I made that, I have to be honest. People like LoyceV have a ridiculous amount.
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