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Question: Highest price we'll see in 2022:
50,000 - 7 (11.9%)
60,000 - 2 (3.4%)
70,000 - 4 (6.8%)
80,000 - 6 (10.2%)
90,000 - 3 (5.1%)
100,000 - 2 (3.4%)
125,000 - 12 (20.3%)
150,000 - 3 (5.1%)
175,000 - 2 (3.4%)
200,000 - 2 (3.4%)
225,000 - 4 (6.8%)
250,000 - 4 (6.8%)
275,000 - 1 (1.7%)
300,000 - 0 (0%)
>300,000 - 7 (11.9%)
Total Voters: 59

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October 21, 2021, 08:33:27 PM

Ethereum is much like the stonk market:

It'll always get pumped, even though it is complete dog shit.

The biggest scam in crypto history (next to XRP).

I'm going to have to take exception there. For XRP to be a scam in crypto history, it would have to be a crypto.
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October 21, 2021, 08:53:59 PM

Firework on Binance US.



Wow... I had not realized this until I saw your post, Paashaas. 

A bit strange for me, because of the way that I have been changing around my buy orders in recent times... Actually historically, some members here might remember that last year I had buy orders down to about $9k, but in recent times, I had considered ONLY maintaining buy orders down to the 208-week moving average, which is nearly $17k, but even based on my own moving around of values and even spending some my value, I have only kept buy orders down to $24k and on that particular exchange, I had only maintained buy orders down to $42k  (which started at $60k) - so all of my buy orders on that exchange (about 17 of them were filled between $42k and $60k).. cannot really complain... except such surprise filling of all of those orders did cause me to have to reset a number of orders and to consider how I was going to treat this whole matter in order to attempt to get my systems rebalanced... and yeah did mess me up in terms of further overallocating into BTC by filling those extra orders.. but who is going to complain about a discount - when considering spot price, right?
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Wow... I had not realized this until I saw your post, Paashaas. 

A bit strange for me, because of the way that I have been changing around my buy orders in recent times... Actually historically, some members here might remember that last year I had buy orders down to about $9k, but in recent times, I had considered ONLY maintaining buy orders down to the 208-week moving average, which is nearly $17k, but even based on my own moving around of values and even spending some my value, I have only kept buy orders down to $24k and on that particular exchange, I had only maintained buy orders down to $42k  (which started at $60k) - so all of my buy orders on that exchange (about 17 of them were filled between $42k and $60k).. cannot really complain... except such surprise filling of all of those orders did cause me to have to reset a number of orders and to consider how I was going to treat this whole matter in order to attempt to get my systems rebalanced... and yeah did mess me up in terms of further overallocating into BTC by filling those extra orders.. but who is going to complain about a discount - when considering spot price, right?


Ooohhhh! You Poor Thing!!!
You Got 42K corn that screwed up all you bot figurations?

Excuse me while I cry you an F'n Mississippi River!!!
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Checked the price then went to the W.O. for my usual replies-update and saw this, guess I've already lost without even starting the game  Grin
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Firework on Binance US.



 I just zoomed in to the 1m chart and it seems as though someone did a market sell of ~590 bitcoin.  That's like diving into the shallow end of a pool.

... who would do such a thing?

Someone who knows exactly what the books look like and is playing in the derivatives?

Looks like Fuckery to me, no-one fat fingers 590 BTC.

... mmm, looks like institutional level fuckery, like to stall a massive run into a newly opened futures ETF
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October 21, 2021, 09:59:22 PM
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Makes no sense to chase ETH when we all know BTC is the store of wealth and not even the ETH scammers claim that their chain is that. Their letting fools think that perhaps but I've never heard them say it is that.

Huh?  They have made quite a few claims to super sound money or whatever the fuck that is supposed to mean based on some of their latest supposed burning of tokens.

I am getting sick just considering some of these posts on the topic that we should be comparing which shitcoin is less shitty.  blah blah blah.



Tomorrow will will see a downtrend !

Told `ya Cheesy -5%

Oh gawd.. we have a budding soothsayer....

 Shocked Shocked Shocked


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October 21, 2021, 10:01:32 PM

your posts are indubitably better when you get straight to the point

no not you ChartBuddy, jerk, slipping in a post after I pressed Preview.
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October 21, 2021, 10:11:38 PM
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your posts are indubitably better when you get straight to the point

no not you ChartBuddy, jerk, slipping in a post after I pressed Preview.


Yes... chartbuddy.. that jerk.. doesn't use words... hardly...


As I type this here post, I am considering that I am going to have to start to really ponder....



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summarize each and every thing therein that I would want to say down to one or two sentences..    Shocked Shocked







That's going to really help.......   Wink Wink






......  rite?





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Long JJG posts keep my ‘skip this’ scroll finger in shape. Don’t take this away.
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October 21, 2021, 10:37:14 PM

Firework on Binance US.



That shit cost me dearly (on Kraken).
Apparently I am an idiot for having set up market stop loss orders.
You can all mock me now. I am still confused about what orders to set up moving forward.

Just buy regularly.. and then buy on dips from time to time.. and once you get overstocked with BTC.. you can sell a wee bit, but hopefully not too much and don't sell in order to buy back later... even if you might end up buying back later with proceeds from your sales.. and fuck stop losses.. they are merely manipulation tools that are not needed in order to either get richie, to benefit from bitcoin's asymmetric bet.. so long as you are largely going long without fucking around with any significant levels of trading.

You asked..

And so, therefore, there you have it.

Firework on Binance US.



 I just zoomed in to the 1m chart and it seems as though someone did a market sell of ~590 bitcoin.  That's like diving into the shallow end of a pool.

... who would do such a thing?

I believe that it is called fat fingered.. meaning that it was a mistake... but who knows.. bears might be getting desperate and willing to lose in order to hope that they can control this bad boy.

Long JJG posts keep my ‘skip this’ scroll finger in shape. Don’t take this away.

Hahahaha

Picturing Wekkel with one big finger.. and a bunch of skinny ones. #nohomo   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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The journey of many…. Best to take the shortcut
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https://twitter.com/satyoshihodl/status/1450996434866692099?s=21

What comes next  Grin
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Current state of BTC according to Wil E Coyote.

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 No Tripps this time buddy.
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Could be a little too early for this.


Might as well be optimistic.
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