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Question: Is this the last time we see sub-$10K?
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March 23, 2015, 08:14:56 AM

I see whaleclub.co are drawing new lines like there's no tomorrow to make the price look like it's going down.

The price is going up !!! You are wrong.
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March 23, 2015, 08:29:14 AM

I see whaleclub.co are drawing new lines like there's no tomorrow to make the price look like it's going down.

The price is going up !!! You are wrong.

.. I didn't say it was going down. I said whaleclub members want it to go down.
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LOL I'm more concerned with women trying to hit on my Cialis supply when they find out how much it enhances their pleasure and response.

The stuff aint cheap.

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These women friends of yours... If it's not indelicate of me to ask...  How big are their dicks, would you say?

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March 23, 2015, 08:49:53 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.
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March 23, 2015, 09:03:20 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.

lol

The high so far today on finex was 270.8
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March 23, 2015, 09:35:54 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.

lol

The high so far today on finex was 270.8

"Monday the 23rd price" is a bit ambiguous. I would interpret it as the average price of coins traded for USD during 23 March GMT.
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March 23, 2015, 09:42:43 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.

lol

The high so far today on finex was 270.8

"Monday the 23rd price" is a bit ambiguous. I would interpret it as the average price of coins traded for USD during 23 March GMT.

"Well below 270" is less ambiguous. One could just check what coindesk puts as average price when the day is over.
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March 23, 2015, 10:11:52 AM

Out of curiosity, and somewhat out of interest, I have been watching some TA. Especially on whaleclub.co. And all I see are some fools running amok with confirmation bias and constantly adjusting accordingly no matter what happens. Is there a useful aspect to TA that isn't so vulnerable to confirmation bias?
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March 23, 2015, 10:27:05 AM

Out of curiosity, and somewhat out of interest, I have been watching some TA. Especially on whaleclub.co. And all I see are some fools running amok with confirmation bias and constantly adjusting accordingly no matter what happens. Is there a useful aspect to TA that isn't so vulnerable to confirmation bias?

Personally, I don't think there is. But then again, I don't believe there's a legitimate TA either. It's like a self-fulfilling prophecy that (if you get it right) you simply say "I told you so". In Physics, it's a low entropy, chaotic model. Practically no chance to get a 100% CERTAIN result. All these is mumbo-jumbo stuff, but frankly I like to stare... Tongue

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Just in case you want to dive into, I indulge you to read this paper:
http://www.asa.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/software/MI2/papers/Grassberger83.pdf
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March 23, 2015, 10:33:38 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.

lol

The high so far today on finex was 270.8

"Monday the 23rd price" is a bit ambiguous. I would interpret it as the average price of coins traded for USD during 23 March GMT.

"Well below 270" is less ambiguous. One could just check what coindesk puts as average price when the day is over.

But the price isn't well below 270 (currently 270.40 on Finex), and the day is over at a different time in each timezone.
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March 23, 2015, 10:36:48 AM

Looks like the majority have it regarding the poll.

Well below 270, and its 9am here in London.

[a]lol

The high so far today on finex was 270.8

"Monday the 23rd price" is a bit ambiguous. I would interpret it as the average price of coins traded for USD during 23 March GMT.

"Well below 270" is less ambiguous. One could just check what coindesk puts as average price when the day is over.

But the price isn't well below 270 (currently 270.40 on Finex), and the day is over at a different time in each timezone.

... I know. Hence the "lol" at [a]
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March 23, 2015, 10:50:28 AM

Out of curiosity, and somewhat out of interest, I have been watching some TA. Especially on whaleclub.co. And all I see are some fools running amok with confirmation bias and constantly adjusting accordingly no matter what happens. Is there a useful aspect to TA that isn't so vulnerable to confirmation bias?

Personally, I don't think there is. But then again, I don't believe there's a legitimate TA either. It's like a self-fulfilling prophecy that (if you get it right) you simply say "I told you so". In Physics, it's a low entropy, chaotic model. Practically no chance to get a 100% CERTAIN result. All these is mumbo-jumbo stuff, but frankly I like to stare... Tongue

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Just in case you want to dive into, I indulge you to read this paper:
http://www.asa.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/software/MI2/papers/Grassberger83.pdf


But wouldn't the immaturity of the bitcoin market, which leads it to be forcefully led by whales in different directions, also regularly lead the price outside the model in the paper, or are such variances possible to calculate as well to give an accurate scope?
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March 23, 2015, 10:55:58 AM

hi guys, still struggling to stay above 270?  Undecided

24 mil of longs are opened as expected, rising wedge forming.

good.
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March 23, 2015, 10:59:21 AM

hi guys, still struggling to stay above 270?  Undecided

24 mil of longs are opened as expected, rising wedge forming.

good.

There goes your profits Roll Eyes
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March 23, 2015, 10:59:43 AM

Out of curiosity, and somewhat out of interest, I have been watching some TA. Especially on whaleclub.co. And all I see are some fools running amok with confirmation bias and constantly adjusting accordingly no matter what happens. Is there a useful aspect to TA that isn't so vulnerable to confirmation bias?

Personally, I don't think there is. But then again, I don't believe there's a legitimate TA either. It's like a self-fulfilling prophecy that (if you get it right) you simply say "I told you so". In Physics, it's a low entropy, chaotic model. Practically no chance to get a 100% CERTAIN result. All these is mumbo-jumbo stuff, but frankly I like to stare... Tongue

Edit:
Just in case you want to dive into, I indulge you to read this paper:
http://www.asa.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/software/MI2/papers/Grassberger83.pdf


But wouldn't the immaturity of the bitcoin market, which leads it to be forcefully led by whales in different directions, also regularly lead the price outside the model in the paper, or are such variances possible to calculate as well to give an accurate scope?

IMHO it's not about the immaturity. It also applies to other markets such as stocks, oil, silver etc. Since there's always the chance somebody who owns a significant part of the market (or an enormous amount of cash) to just make a ripple big enough to vanish every TA out there, there's not a definitive accurate prediction possible. Not now, nor ever. Same rules apply for other assets as well.
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March 23, 2015, 11:03:09 AM
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hi guys, still struggling to stay above 270?  Undecided

24 mil of longs are opened as expected, rising wedge forming.

good.

There goes your profits Roll Eyes

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I closed some position just to lock profit and reload and open new shorts.  Cool

and I will continue to do so till we hit the bottom.
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