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Question: Where will this rally top out?
Already topped <$7,000 - 10 (22.7%)
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February 27, 2020, 12:05:15 PM
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#random Retirement is strange. I'm primarily living off of Bitcoin-funded fiat investments, that pay me out monthly over the next couple decades or so, and I find it highly amusing that I'm using portions of those disbursements to re-buy corn-dip.

/shrugs
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February 27, 2020, 12:07:29 PM

#random Retirement is strange. I'm primarily living off of Bitcoin-funded fiat investments, that pay me out monthly over the next couple decades or so, and I find it highly amusing that I'm using portions of those disbursements to re-buy corn-dip.

/shrugs
Sounds logical to me
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February 27, 2020, 12:07:59 PM

The fact of the matter is that it was the boomers who voted in socialism in practically the entire world. They deserve to die, and they need to die before we have even the possibility of building something better.

And I'm saying this as someone with old parents. Good parents at that, even. But a few worthwhile people, if they are, do not make up for an entire world run by old people who deliberately make things worse.

If Corona-chan kills most people over 60 and stops unlimited immigration, then it may in the long run turn out to be a good thing. Even better if the world turns on the chinese for releasing it.

Careful what you wish for... Youngsters are extremely pro-Bernie/pro-Corbyn.

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/02/this-one-chart-explains-why-young-voters-back-bernie-sanders.html

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An Economist/YouGov poll released this week found that 60 percent of Democrats younger than 30 support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren; among those 65 and older, the progressive candidates’ combined total was 27 percent.

That young people are clamoring for radical left-wing reform in such exceptional numbers would be noteworthy enough, were it confined to the United States. But the phenomenon is apparent throughout the Anglophone world.

Millennial leftists lifted Jeremy Corbyn to the leadership of Britain’s Labour party, and their peers would have put him in 10 Downing Street if they’d had their druthers: Exit polls of the 2019 British election found Corbyn’s party winning voters under 30 by roughly 55 percent, even as it claimed just 14 percent of those over 70.
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February 27, 2020, 12:10:37 PM

The fact of the matter is that it was the boomers who voted in socialism in practically the entire world. They deserve to die, and they need to die before we have even the possibility of building something better.

And I'm saying this as someone with old parents. Good parents at that, even. But a few worthwhile people, if they are, do not make up for an entire world run by old people who deliberately make things worse.

If Corona-chan kills most people over 60 and stops unlimited immigration, then it may in the long run turn out to be a good thing. Even better if the world turns on the chinese for releasing it.

Careful what you wish for... Youngsters are extremely pro-Bernie/pro-Corbyn.

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/02/this-one-chart-explains-why-young-voters-back-bernie-sanders.html

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An Economist/YouGov poll released this week found that 60 percent of Democrats younger than 30 support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren; among those 65 and older, the progressive candidates’ combined total was 27 percent.

That young people are clamoring for radical left-wing reform in such exceptional numbers would be noteworthy enough, were it confined to the United States. But the phenomenon is apparent throughout the Anglophone world.

Millennial leftists lifted Jeremy Corbyn to the leadership of Britain’s Labour party, and their peers would have put him in 10 Downing Street if they’d had their druthers: Exit polls of the 2019 British election found Corbyn’s party winning voters under 30 by roughly 55 percent, even as it claimed just 14 percent of those over 70.
If you are not a leftie at 20 you have no heart. If you are not a rightie at 30 you have no brain.

Some of them will grow up. And, Corona willing, most of the stupid ones will die.
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February 27, 2020, 12:10:57 PM

#random Retirement is strange. I'm primarily living off of Bitcoin-funded fiat investments, that pay me out monthly over the next couple decades or so, and I find it highly amusing that I'm using portions of those disbursements to re-buy corn-dip.

/shrugs

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February 27, 2020, 12:17:46 PM

Can't wait for my random retirement.

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February 27, 2020, 12:24:16 PM

get your Vegeta pics ready! 200 DMA seems to be the bottom for now.  Kiss

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February 27, 2020, 12:29:44 PM

is anybody so kind and explain or send me the link to the DCA strategy please?

BTW, we should start something where the WO terms are explained to Newbies like me. Roll Eyes
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February 27, 2020, 12:31:27 PM

I have opened my first thread in the forum Shocked, if you want you can answer in the thread, the question is: How much time do you dedicate to the forum?  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5228859.0
Grateful for your support Wink
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February 27, 2020, 12:36:57 PM

The fact of the matter is that it was the boomers who voted in socialism in practically the entire world. They deserve to die, and they need to die before we have even the possibility of building something better.

And I'm saying this as someone with old parents. Good parents at that, even. But a few worthwhile people, if they are, do not make up for an entire world run by old people who deliberately make things worse.

If Corona-chan kills most people over 60 and stops unlimited immigration, then it may in the long run turn out to be a good thing. Even better if the world turns on the chinese for releasing it.

Careful what you wish for... Youngsters are extremely pro-Bernie/pro-Corbyn.

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/02/this-one-chart-explains-why-young-voters-back-bernie-sanders.html

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An Economist/YouGov poll released this week found that 60 percent of Democrats younger than 30 support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren; among those 65 and older, the progressive candidates’ combined total was 27 percent.

That young people are clamoring for radical left-wing reform in such exceptional numbers would be noteworthy enough, were it confined to the United States. But the phenomenon is apparent throughout the Anglophone world.

Millennial leftists lifted Jeremy Corbyn to the leadership of Britain’s Labour party, and their peers would have put him in 10 Downing Street if they’d had their druthers: Exit polls of the 2019 British election found Corbyn’s party winning voters under 30 by roughly 55 percent, even as it claimed just 14 percent of those over 70.

Bernie has a bad heart. Two stents. He is almost 80. I doubt he survives Coronavirus. Who becomes the dem nominee I wonder if the winner dies during the race?
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February 27, 2020, 12:43:57 PM

is anybody so kind and explain or send me the link to the DCA strategy please?

oh man jjg will be here soon

be ready

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February 27, 2020, 12:44:29 PM

Greece confirmed today 3 people with Coronavirus and all carnivals canceled as a start....
I see incoming sale off.... ( by the charts )
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February 27, 2020, 12:46:57 PM

#random Retirement is strange. I'm primarily living off of Bitcoin-funded fiat investments, that pay me out monthly over the next couple decades or so, and I find it highly amusing that I'm using portions of those disbursements to re-buy corn-dip.

/shrugs

Hopefully I can say this is me in 2022!
I’m still only 33 Smiley

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Youngsters are extremely pro-Bernie/pro-Corbyn.

They also want to split the union and have Scotland a separate country but study the figures and its not actually possible in any effective way.   Ditto Bernie, awesome stuff bro but these figures dont add up and the budget proposed can never be balanced.   Corbyn supported Venezuela and that is where you are going to end up with awful finance policies.   Doesnt have to be about politics, its about remembering how to count to ten and why it matters.


BTC is turning like an oil tanker, slowly but the base price might hold and we can gain upwards some.   Cautious while markets are hurting generally.
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February 27, 2020, 12:48:27 PM

If..... coronavirus wiped out a large portion of the elderly, it would solve 2 huge problems most young people face. Both of these problems were caused by money printing and big government.

Problem 1: Unaffordable housing.


The house market would crash like never seen in modern history if 10s of millions of homes all of the sudden had dead owners and hit the for sale inventory. The young survivors could easily afford homes at that point.



Problem 2: Unaffodable healthcare.

The healthcare industry makes the vast majority of its money from the elderly. A person usually spends more on healthcare in the last 6 months of their life than on their entire life prior.

People with sixth months to live will effectively be wiped out now if the Coronavirus spreads throughout humanity. Anyone in that bad of shape has little chance of surviving.

Prices will have to come down massively as the healthcare industries best customers all perish. I keep reading about drug companies not wanting to spend money on coronavirus vaccine research, but if they dont find one all of their most lucrative customers will die.
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February 27, 2020, 12:48:41 PM

Greece confirmed today 3 people with Coronavirus and all carnivals canceled as a start....
I see incoming sale off.... ( by the charts )
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February 27, 2020, 12:49:38 PM

Order book on the buy side starting to get some love now. Only a little but this is a good thing, keep putting in the orders people. I have to wait till next week Sad
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February 27, 2020, 12:49:44 PM
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Dems, Reps... Doesn't make much difference.
We're fucked, globally, economically, we just don't realize yet.
Does anybody still thinks politicians are working for us?  Roll Eyes
It's we that work for them, they just orchestrate our behaviour, but that's not how democracy should look like. It would cost a lot of our blood to change this.
And even if we wanted to, they would make us to fight against each other than against the establishment for something better.
We're just too dumb (yet) to be really free.
Any government is just elected, temporary dictatorship. The old greeks would likely stab themselves in shame, if they'd know what "democracy" looks like today.
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February 27, 2020, 12:50:25 PM

Greece confirmed today 3 people with Coronavirus and all carnivals canceled as a start....
I see incoming sale off.... ( by the charts )


LIKE Smiley
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February 27, 2020, 12:51:30 PM

If..... coronavirus wiped out a large portion of the elderly, it would solve 2 huge problems most young people face. Both of these problems were caused by money printing and big government.

Problem 1: Unaffordable housing.


The house market would crash like never seen in modern history if 10s of millions of homes all of the sudden had dead owners and hit the for sale inventory. The young survivors could easily afford homes at that point.



Problem 2: Unaffodable healthcare.

The healthcare industry makes the vast majority of its money form the elderly. A person usually spends more on healthcare in the last 6 months of their life than on their entire life prior.

People with sixth months to live will effectively be wiped out now if the Coronavirus spreads throughout humanity. Anyone in that bad of shape has little chance of surviving.

Prices will have to come down massively as the healthcare industries best customers all perish. I keep reading about drug companies not wanting to spend money on coronavirus vaccine research, but if they dont find one all of their most lucrative customers will die.


Yeah, but you know what, I still don't want my dad to die.
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