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Question: October Closing Price:
<$59,000 - 9 (17.6%)
$59,000-$60,000 - 1 (2%)
$60,001-$61,000 - 1 (2%)
$61,001-$62,000 - 2 (3.9%)
$62,001-$63,000 - 7 (13.7%)
$63,001-$64,000 - 4 (7.8%)
$64,001-$65,000 - 4 (7.8%)
$65,001-$66,000 - 3 (5.9%)
$66,001-$67,000 - 2 (3.9%)
$67,001-$68,000 - 1 (2%)
>$68,000 - 17 (33.3%)
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July 18, 2020, 12:05:17 PM

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everyone is very skeptical about the current state of Bitcoin, there are a lot of people who suffer from a kind of indecision, who are stuck on Bitcoin and trying to achieve something good, I think they will never be disappointed, it is normal that Bitcoin's Prices will continue to fluctuate.

I'm not skeptical. All of this has happened before and will happen again. Good chance of all time high by years end, 100% by end of 2021. 7 figures by 2030. Will crash 80% a few times in between.....sit around and do nothing for long periods of time in between....

Inevitable, Mr Anderson.

I also think it is wise to never get frustrated because frustration can change many aspects of a person's life. The bottom line is that since we work with Bitcoin, it's important to have confidence in Bitcoin because trust helps us make strong decisions at any moment. to the point also agreed bitcoin hoddler 100% chance by end of 2021.
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July 18, 2020, 01:41:21 PM

The only thing needed was Elon Musk's account. You build a short on Tesla, you have his account saying something like "stock value way too high", "model Y is not selling", "gigafactory is on fire", and profit from the drop.

Sometimes he just does it on his own accord.



Yes that's my point. With Elon's account you're credible enough because he does say stupid shit, and that does affect Tesla's stock (for a time). You could do the opposite of what I proposed, say Tesla has millions of orders and is going to build 10 new factories on all continents, that's sure to pump the price 5 or 10%.
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July 18, 2020, 01:50:36 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Another day, another sideways... currently $9183USD/$12470CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Nothing to do but wait. Go Bitcoin go.

That's what I thought. Deleting hundreds of posts takes too much time to simply be the product of being "grumpy" as he called it.

It has become a disgusting matter of personal resolve.

Yes, I am genuinely that grumpy and disenfranchised with this entire place.

It's fucking cancer.

Just took me too long to see it.

Geez dude. Take a chill pill. Enjoy your Bitcoin retirement and be happy.

Yes, sometimes this place seems like Cancer. Other times it's more like the dawning of the age of Aquarius.  Cheesy

Personally I thought the days of NLC were worse. This place was an absolute cesspool, especially when it degenerated into the blocksize wars with name-calling and politics. It was so bad that Adam and Ritchie both split.

Then 2017 happened with the return to 4 digits, the shitcoin forks and the autumn bubble and all was well again. CCMF became Carolina and we all had lots of fun.

Try to see past all the fertilizer and enjoy the budding flowers. Soon their fragrant bloom will drown out the stench of all that shit.
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July 18, 2020, 01:55:04 PM

No way that forth bar ends up red. The trend implies no 10x either. But 50k in 2024 does not seem too far fetched.


https://twitter.com/ChartsBtc/status/1283416696112308226
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July 18, 2020, 02:26:39 PM
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This 12.5$ long is nice for me as a miner tbh, ive been priced in for my operation for almost a year now and should be for a few more if it hodls up Smiley

Oh Bob, being a drama queen again i see Smiley
You should never let ANYONE or anything for that matter, get you so worked up
im reminded of Stoicism in a time like this, maybe you should try some
take a break, read some Burkowski or something Wink 
and remember:  MOST of us love you
#fullhomo

I think it was around 2017ish, the forum started having more nocoiners and boot lickers.     
nowadays its full of these "scam busters" and "sig spammers", with most of the rest being "please help me earn sir" pageets
and its only gotten worse over the years Sad

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July 18, 2020, 02:53:56 PM

My SOMA analysis system is itching. Something is going to happen soon, price-wise. My money is on a quick leg up, not overwhelming but definite.
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what is this "brake pedal" you speak of?


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July 18, 2020, 03:11:35 PM

re: bob deleting his posts

sometimes, a scorched earth policy towards events in ones past is correct. its his derision.

take care bob
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July 18, 2020, 03:41:56 PM
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Well it finally happened!

I ran outta TP today.

I guess I should have ran out and grabbed some when the shit (HAH) hit the fan but I was remiss.

Now I'll have to stock up and arm the party to face the zombie hoards and rape and pillage my way to a good wipe after a long dump.


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July 18, 2020, 04:22:01 PM

My SOMA analysis system is itching. Something is going to happen soon, price-wise. My money is on a quick leg up, not overwhelming but definite.

$11,000 by September
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July 18, 2020, 04:34:34 PM

My SOMA analysis system is itching. Something is going to happen soon, price-wise. My money is on a quick leg up, not overwhelming but definite.

$11,000 by September

prolly more like up to 15k then down to 11k by september. you all know how much fun honey badger like to have fun when it wants.
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July 18, 2020, 05:04:53 PM
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Good morning all


How are you this Saturday?  Real summer is finally arriving in the great PNW with temps expected to reach well into the 80s today..dang near perfect. I hope everyone continues to support and encourage your friends and family as we navigate through these difficult times. Problems will be solved or mitigated..things will get better. I truly believe this.

I am talking to you Bob. Stay safe..stay strong my friend.


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July 18, 2020, 05:05:34 PM

It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

There have been a couple occasions over the last several years where I have taken out credit cards with 0% interest for ~16 months. This has happened during major buying opportunities.  Wink

Appreciate the suggestion!
You mind me asking what the max you were able to get out out of these gangster banksters?
Going to explore this option, try get a handful I think  Grin
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July 18, 2020, 05:30:27 PM
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You should never let ANYONE or anything for that matter, get you so worked up
im reminded of Stoicism in a time like this, maybe you should try some
take a break, read some Burkowski or something Wink 
and remember:  MOST of us love you
#fullhomo

Afaik Bob was in an unsatisfying situation for too long.
Retirement plan didn't work out (yet), Rick's job situation got worse (thanks to stupid IT managers), still stressed out by local Covid19 development.
Getting older and missing to experience progression and/or satisfaction doesn't help in stress management and the downward spiral goes on.
As somebody who knows Stoicism, you know about the importance of acceptance. The mood of ourselves is coloring reality (or what we commonly consent on to be reality). Many learned to accept when they have hit the very bottom. After learning full acceptance, Stoicism is finally reachable.
This place isn't cancer. Or - maybe it is, sort of, but it's up to someone by himself if he/she decides to fight it or to give up on it.

I had to hate life first to be finally able to love it. I guess that's just the way (and he's obviously following it, too).


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I think it was around 2017ish, the forum started having more nocoiners and boot lickers.     
nowadays its full of these "scam busters" and "sig spammers", with most of the rest being "please help me earn sir" pageets
and its only gotten worse over the years Sad


This is just noise. As in real life, we can filter it out (thanks to that handy ignore function).
Greetings from a 2017ish noob  Tongue Grin
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Just remember that as things get harder for people they will tend toward seeking support from their "group" or collective. Whatever that may be, it is easy to stand strong as an individual when things are going well but when times are tough you need to feel like there are others out there providing whatever you feel you are missing.

In the US this appears to be falling into the categories of race as the groups people are choosing. Nationalism tends to be a very significant group that people will fall back on. Or people will trend toward their socioeconomic class if there is some sort of movement or prevalence of it.

Their enemies will be anyone outside of their group. The best way to solidify yourself within that group is to attack someone outside of that group, the more publicly the better, the more unlike your group the better.

It is a symptom, not a cause. It will become worse. Lines will be drawn. Groups defined more solidly. I've even noticed this with libertarian folks online that are supposed to be individualists, falling into the comfort of attacking "statists" among their libertarian peers.
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July 18, 2020, 06:37:44 PM

It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

There have been a couple occasions over the last several years where I have taken out credit cards with 0% interest for ~16 months. This has happened during major buying opportunities.  Wink

Appreciate the suggestion!
You mind me asking what the max you were able to get out out of these gangster banksters?
Going to explore this option, try get a handful I think  Grin
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Around $12K I think
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July 18, 2020, 07:37:41 PM

It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

There have been a couple occasions over the last several years where I have taken out credit cards with 0% interest for ~16 months. This has happened during major buying opportunities.  Wink

Appreciate the suggestion!
You mind me asking what the max you were able to get out out of these gangster banksters?
Going to explore this option, try get a handful I think  Grin
~DvsL

Around $12K I think

Cheers for info!
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July 18, 2020, 07:57:12 PM
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It won't take that long anymore before the grind up starts, 1 a 2 months.


https://twitter.com/BTC_JackSparrow/status/1283890007464456198

I have similar feelings, a "one last dip" scenario in the coming months before bull-run starts next year (or the end of this year).
Ironically just found out I'm getting a decent fiat inheritance from an in-law (completely out the blue), but won't be distributed until early next year  Angry
It's nice news, but I want to be buying up 6.5-7.5K range as per usual, not some 10-14K range next year, it seems very likely the fiat will lose 20-40% of it's value by then Roll Eyes
Solution: Currently on the hunt for an off-line low-interest loan to cover me until inheritance Grin

There have been a couple occasions over the last several years where I have taken out credit cards with 0% interest for ~16 months. This has happened during major buying opportunities.  Wink

Appreciate the suggestion!
You mind me asking what the max you were able to get out out of these gangster banksters?
Going to explore this option, try get a handful I think  Grin
~DvsL

Around $12K I think

Cheers for info!

Just beware that exceeding 20% of credit utilization rate on any card will eventually result in interest rate increase..emphasis on eventually.
I took $5k once on a card like this a long time ago...they increased the interest rate on that card dramatically, even though I paid everything back way ahead of time.
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July 18, 2020, 08:17:16 PM

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Lot of people think that June & July bitcoin dots being under S2FX model line, means bitcoin has diminishing returns. That is not correct. The 3 horizontal parts (blue line) are the 3 halvings, where S2F doubles immediately. Price moves up to model line in the months after (red).

https://twitter.com/100trillionusd/status/1284555293389619201?s=21
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July 18, 2020, 09:20:36 PM

It's interesting that planB now extended this "scheme" to diamonds and real estate.
With silver, gold, diamonds, RE apparently on the same graph, it would be an exception if btc would NOT land on it and, hence, approach 288K/btc.
Did planB discover a basic law of finance (with an exception of stocks/bonds)?
Stocks and bonds might not fit in because there is probably no stock to flow for them.
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