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December 18, 2019, 10:44:59 AM
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Ive always liked the fractal overlay concept. Kissing that lower moving average around 5k seems what it suggests here. An undershoot to make up with the overshoot and a second touch of the moving average to launch the run to 100k.

This would provide some congruence to the fractal hypothesis and the Bargain Boyz psychedelic transdimensional hyperspace method.

I will check with my sources to see if its viable. Perhaps a Christmas miracle is in the cards.

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Notably, if we also extrapolate the second part of the correction in 2015, then we are not only looking similar, but also on target  Wink


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December 18, 2019, 10:54:07 AM

But but, I already thought BTC was a bargain at 9777$

So now we are at super bargain stage?
Maybe to go to extreme bargain stage?

We will see ........... Roll Eyes

My sources confirmed that the Bargain Boyz bought corn today for the first time since the minibubble of 2019. They consider these prices to be borderline bargains. All the prices since the 14k bubble high they considered to be expensive coins.

The Boyz are just starting their purchases now to spread them out, but the lions share of corn will be bought at lower prices by these savvy Aussie Billionaires.

If the Bargain Boyz are to be trusted (hint: they are) compelling Bargains will come soon in the following weeks, but technically in the 6500-6600 range its safe to say Bitcoin meets their definition of a bargain.  Smiley

Hopefully, for their own good, those attention seeking jokesters don't get run over by a real train in their attempting to be funny and time the market.



Better to be a bit more responsible in regards to the whole accumulation and HODL matter.

Talk to me about responsible hodling when you diversify out of some of you questionable investments and up your percentage of investment into the King.

Your best move is dump some of those shitcoins, stocks, and whatever other risky items you are holding on to, and buy more of the King of Corn now that we are entering into the Bargain Boyz promised buy zone that you refused to believe in till it ran you over like a train.  Cheesy
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December 18, 2019, 11:02:17 AM

Edit - Just fucked HM’s OCD Wink

Damn you LFC !11!!!
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December 18, 2019, 11:09:07 AM


Mmmmm some good old PlanB

I find it hard to deal with the dude.
I like his model so much, but appear too good to be true.
Trying to get rational and calm every tweet I read.
Gettin'an erection instead.

If S2F fails to materialise, would be the biggest delusion ever (orders of magnitude bigger than every "partenr related" stories), not for the money per se, but for the amount of faith and commitment I put into it.





If you think about how many people died for crazy religions based on zero evidence with almost no chance of being true, the Bitcoin dream looks pretty sane.

Yes,
i thinked about this in the past.
Being a bitcoin zealot has some advantages compared to traditional religion.

It is faith in mathematics and rationality of the humans.
Still faith, but a lesser one.
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December 18, 2019, 11:12:33 AM

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Talk to me about responsible hodling when you diversify out of some of you questionable investments and up your percentage of investment into the King.

If anyone follows your dumbass bargain boyz meme, and hopefully no one is that dumb, then they may end up playing around too much with their attempt to time the BTC market rather than taking prudent steps.

Regarding your implication that I might not have an investment plan that is sufficiently solid, you are engaging in further dumb-ass attempts at diversionary tactics.

My suggestion has always been that BTC investors tailor their strategies to their own circumstances, which of course is going to involve considerations of cash flow, other investments, timeline, view of BTC as compared with other investments, risk tolerance and the amount time and skills they have available to manage their BTC fund and research further so that they can tweak their plan from time to time, as needed.

Your best move is dump some of those shitcoins, stocks,

You remain a presumptuous dweeb-tard, and you don't know shit about my personal considerations and balancing of risks from my own perspective of what is good for me.

and whatever other risky items you are holding on to, and buy more of the King of Corn now that we are entering into the Bargain Boyz promised buy zone that you refused to believe in till it ran you over like a train.  Cheesy


Stop using the train analogy on me, that more appropriately applies to your dumbass contentions about some fictitious and pretentious wannabe "know it alls" trying to time the market.

I already have a BTC related practice that has been implemented and honed over the past 6 years that works for me, which involves buying BTC as the price goes down.  Guess what has been happening?  The price has been going down, no?, which means what for me?

Of course, with the passage of time, I can tweak my BTC related strategies however I feel prudent based on my situation, including the fact that with the passage of time, more cash has likely come in and expenses likely have happened that might not be exactly as anticipated at an earlier date.
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December 18, 2019, 11:21:12 AM

But but, I already thought BTC was a bargain at 9777$

So now we are at super bargain stage?
Maybe to go to extreme bargain stage?

We will see ........... Roll Eyes

My sources confirmed that the Bargain Boyz bought corn today for the first time since the minibubble of 2019. They consider these prices to be borderline bargains. All the prices since the 14k bubble high they considered to be expensive coins.

The Boyz are just starting their purchases now to spread them out, but the lions share of corn will be bought at lower prices by these savvy Aussie Billionaires.

If the Bargain Boyz are to be trusted (hint: they are) compelling Bargains will come soon in the following weeks, but technically in the 6500-6600 range its safe to say Bitcoin meets their definition of a bargain.  Smiley

Merited for amusement, though I don’t have any believe for bargain boyz or trusted sources for that matter....

But the amusement spree you make = awesome and meet there definition Cheesy
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December 18, 2019, 11:24:49 AM

Hm. *checks balance* Hm.
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December 18, 2019, 11:30:46 AM
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It is faith in mathematics and rationality of the humans.
Still faith, but a lesser one.


Nah mate, you don't need faith in mathematics, that's an oxymoron. Faith is a belief in something you cannot prove, like religion as you said, but very much unlike math(s).
As to your other assertion, bitcoin doesn't need its humans to act either rationally or irrationally, the actors can be good or bad, it makes no difference.
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December 18, 2019, 11:46:32 AM

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $6,620

Very soon $6,500?
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Hm. *checks balance* Hm.
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December 18, 2019, 11:52:11 AM

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $6,620

Very soon $6,500?
No
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December 18, 2019, 11:55:02 AM

Hm. *checks balance* Hm.

More BTC than you had a few months ago?  That should make you happy, no?  Or are you one  of those who is confused about the value of accumulating more bitcoin?
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December 18, 2019, 11:56:14 AM

Guys, imagine we reach 6400 and then go sideways for a month or two.

That would freak people out.

Imagine as much as you want, you still not going to win  Tongue  

Haha, you're going down!  Cool
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December 18, 2019, 11:57:10 AM

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $6,620

Very soon $6,500?

Nope, we gonna witness $100k first.  Cool
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Nah mate, you don't need faith in mathematics, that's an oxymoron. Faith is a belief in something you cannot prove, like religion as you said, but very much unlike math(s).

I know mathematicians.
To many of them mathematic is a faith.
Or at least it is a religion, with rituals, priests and sects.

In this sense you have to read my previous comment.

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December 18, 2019, 12:04:30 PM

There are 56 ass holes including R0ach? 😁

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December 18, 2019, 12:06:36 PM

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $6,620

Very soon $6,500?

Nope, we gonna witness $100k first.  Cool


That is an amazing fantasy possibility.  Go shooting up to $100k and then drop back down to $6.5k. 

What's the timeline on such a wild ride?  Let's make it a quick one.  That would be more exciting... though it might cause some people to lose rather than make money, but still a good experiment.   

How about go up to $100k in 8 months, and drop back down in 4 months.  That would put us back at $6.5k for next Christmas, and for our relatives to pleasantly ask:  "How's that bitcoin thing going?"

 Cry Cry Cry

Already mentioned by MicG.



Dammit why always at times when we will be in this exact situation  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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December 18, 2019, 12:09:17 PM

Good morning WO!
Observing @ $6,620

Very soon $6,500?

Nope, we gonna witness $100k first.  Cool


You think we're more likely to go $93.4K higher then $100 lower? Ok  Roll Eyes
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December 18, 2019, 12:10:12 PM

In further ass news tonight we can confirm that...


https://twitter.com/DaveVescio/status/1207028149873082368?s=20

...capitalists are assholes.
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