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September 24, 2019, 03:22:37 PM

  ~$9450 is the bottom of the triangle.

Observing $9445.

I hate you RN.

EDIT: $9428...
EDIT2: $9417...

Just... absolute... sheeeit.

There you go bob.
(could be bulltrap though)
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September 24, 2019, 03:27:21 PM

Sup?

Here comes the bounce. Let's chill  Cool
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September 24, 2019, 03:33:41 PM
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don't be a stranger Mayor, I got a feeling we could really use your humor here the next little bit
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September 24, 2019, 03:33:49 PM


That is a rather negative thread re-entrance, BMB.

You truly are mentally troubled if you are trying to emphasize negative attributes of BTC's inevitable volatile price dynamics during difficult situations like this.

Yeah, I understand that you have troubles controlling your own BTC investment emotions which frequently cause you to do the opposite of what you should be doing.

So, for example, now should be considered a BTC buying opportunity, but instead you seem to be stuck on negativity and wanting to share your negativity, which comes off as FUD spreading attempts (maybe even causing folks to be a lot less sympathetic to your own mental status).... which yeah, of course, many of us HODLers had been considering that perhaps the lower $9ks were going to be a thing of the past, but instead we are revisiting that price arena, as I type.

Anyhow, point is that the odds are quite decent that we continue to be in a BTC bull market, so BTC accumulation and HODL of BTC should be considered as important strategies/practices in light of such current likely bull posture rather than getting worked up about short-term price movements - especially your desire to spread negativity and while in the midst of a price correction.. so attempt to control ur emotional lil selfie, BMB.
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September 24, 2019, 03:36:25 PM

Good afternoon WO
Observing @ 9,486
Shall we go more down?

However... Here is my stand -
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September 24, 2019, 03:43:35 PM

It’s easy to eradicate a r0ach in RL, JJG Wink

I was just reading your long post there buddy, I too wish I’d bought more in around 2014. I had a bad car accident in 2006 & got £50,000 compensation, the other guy was drunk.

I spent a lot on BTC but never touched any of that money mentioned above. I wish I would have tbh obviously but I’m sure every single person on this forum regrets not buying MOAR. I couldn’t justify spending any more on BTC because I was in huge losses in 2014/15. Hindsight is great isn’t it   Undecided

It’s better to look forward than dwell on the past Smiley

Yeah, but I think that part of my point in my above post was that I did not have regrets about my choices, even though I could have been much more richie to have had reallocated part of my then 401k balance into BTC in late 2014 in the price arena of about $380 per BTC and likely more than doubled my then BTC holdings.

I suppose that part of my lack of regret is that at least I had an opportunity to go through the ponderings and speculation regarding whether I should re-allocate; however, maybe if I had failed or refused to go through the ponderings, then it would have been more likely that I could have had regrets because there was obviously an opportunity that I decided not to take.  But the fact that I went through the ponderings actually gives me piece of mind that I had not failed or refused to consider the matter.  I actually considered the matter and I rejected the matter on rational grounds that if I had reallocated more into BTC then I believe that I would have been engaging in more risk than I felt comfortable with.   
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September 24, 2019, 03:46:25 PM

Don't panic, keep #HODLing  Cool 

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I have been hearing this for two years to keep on holding.
I wonder when the holders will be in a position to get benefit  Huh
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September 24, 2019, 03:47:43 PM
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Don't panic, keep #HODLing  Cool  

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I have been hearing this for two years to keep on holding.
I wonder when the holders will be in a position to get benefit  Huh

Nobody that HODL’s for more than 4 years ever loses money.
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September 24, 2019, 03:48:23 PM

No pain, no gain bois.

#stronkhands
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September 24, 2019, 03:48:54 PM


Dropping out of the channel now on dollar strength and liquidity crisis.

Support around $7500 or $5200 levels. Failing that a retest of $1800 if we still have to reach capitulation from the 2017 bubble.

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September 24, 2019, 03:48:59 PM

Down, sideways, up, still accumulating and will do so until the ship reaches land or hits an iceberg.
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September 24, 2019, 03:52:08 PM

Dropping out of the channel now on dollar strength and liquidity crisis.
Support around $7500 or $5200 levels. Failing that a retest of $1800 if we still have to reach capitulation from the 2017 bubble.

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September 24, 2019, 03:53:20 PM


Laff all you like.

Bitcoin is totally capable of it. Anyone who's been in this market more than a few years has been confounded enough times to know it. That spring rally happened far too soon & too fast and there will be a price to pay.
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September 24, 2019, 03:58:04 PM


Laff all you like.

Bitcoin is totally capable of it. Anyone who's been in this market more than a few years has been confounded enough times to know it. That spring rally happened far too soon & too fast and there will be a price to pay.

The price has never had that kind of violent crash this close to a block reward halving & you’re well aware of it.
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September 24, 2019, 03:58:22 PM

Bahahaha

That sideways shit was getting on my nerves a bit.  Much more relaxed now that we have broken downwards.  Need to shake the tree.  

Bring it on.  
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September 24, 2019, 03:59:06 PM
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CME bitcoin futures expiration date: 09/27/19

Launch of Bakkt this Monday, the perfect play for them.

Dont worry, Hodl.
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September 24, 2019, 04:00:12 PM

Bahahaha

That sideways shit was getting on my nerves a bit.  Much more relaxed now that we have broken downwards.  Need to shake the tree.  

Bring it on.  

At what point would you break into your reserve fiat? I’ve got a good amount of dirty fiat locked away but never had the balls to go all in on it. I think if we hit something ridiculous like $5,000 I’d have no choice but to.
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The price has never had that kind of violent crash this close to a block reward halving & you’re well aware of it.

Market makers take the price where they want it to go. They give 2fs about "reward halving" or "what happened last time".

It probably got priced in anyway. That may have been what the unexpected 400% skyrocketing earlier this year was all about - front running the halving. Now profits are going to be taken.

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Dropping out of the channel now on dollar strength and liquidity crisis.

Support around $7500 or $5200 levels. Failing that a retest of $1800 if we still have to reach capitulation from the 2017 bubble.



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Bahahaha

That sideways shit was getting on my nerves a bit.  Much more relaxed now that we have broken downwards.  Need to shake the tree.  

Bring it on.  

At what point would you break into your reserve fiat? I’ve got a good amount of dirty fiat locked away but never had the balls to go all in on it. I think if we hit something ridiculous like $5,000 I’d have no choice but to.


I don’t know.  It’s a pretty modest break down at the moment.  Certainly long before I was threatened with liquidation but that’s a very long way off.   Will need to give it some thought.

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