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Question: Oct. 5 Closing Price:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 38 (27%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 16 (11.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (7.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 13 (9.2%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (8.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 10 (7.1%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 5 (3.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 2 (1.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (2.8%)
>$12,000 - 17 (12.1%)
>$20,000 - 9 (6.4%)
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Bull tears...worse.   Grin
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LMFAO
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February 11, 2018, 04:27:04 AM

This next leg down could crush my soul. 


Assuming another leg down?  Which I assume that you are assuming such other leg down would be below $6k?   


Don't you got ur selfie no more money left for buying?


I am assuming that if we get anywhere near $6k, perhaps even breaking below $6,666  (that one is for you Torque-ster).. then the next support would be in the $3k to $4k price range.. which is fucking low.. ... .. so certainly, I am also hoping that support from here down to $6,666 is going to be able to stand up... and we are not breaking lower than $6,666.. Get out your HODL and your BUYDL.. ammunition, peeps.

I assume anything above $6k is a house of cards. 


O.k..... Then you must have already sold then? 

Or are you going to ride out this supposed bad situation with faith that you do not believe in?   

I personally believe that support from here down to $6,666 is a lot greater than you are making it out to be, in part based on the amount of trade volume that already had taken place to reverse at our most recent $6k bottom...

Surely, nothing is inevitable, but seems that we should be prepared to HODL and BUYDL, like I already mentioned... and thereafter everything will be just fine... that's my tentative working plan.   Wink

LOL is this about Satan?
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February 11, 2018, 04:28:44 AM

Hi All.

I see BTC shaping up for a bad, or really bad week.
Looking forward to the buy zone @ ~2k


Haha yea right. Bring it.  Pretty sure takes more than $2000 to mine one bitcoin. Unless you’re a philanthropist you’re not gonna sell it for such a price.
Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)
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Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?
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February 11, 2018, 04:33:13 AM

Hi All.

I see BTC shaping up for a bad, or really bad week.
Looking forward to the buy zone @ ~2k


Haha yea right. Bring it.  Pretty sure takes more than $2000 to mine one bitcoin. Unless you’re a philanthropist you’re not gonna sell it for such a price.
Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

That's your first post?!
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February 11, 2018, 04:35:22 AM
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Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?

Sorry bull, dry your tears. Alas, the bottom is not yet in.
Look at the chart. Do you see stop hunting / institutional buy orders @5900?
I dont.
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February 11, 2018, 04:38:55 AM
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Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history



My first buy was during that Gox correction. Sadly I needed my money later on... Cry
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February 11, 2018, 04:39:16 AM

This next leg down could crush my soul. 


Assuming another leg down?  Which I assume that you are assuming such other leg down would be below $6k?   


Don't you got ur selfie no more money left for buying?


I am assuming that if we get anywhere near $6k, perhaps even breaking below $6,666  (that one is for you Torque-ster).. then the next support would be in the $3k to $4k price range.. which is fucking low.. ... .. so certainly, I am also hoping that support from here down to $6,666 is going to be able to stand up... and we are not breaking lower than $6,666.. Get out your HODL and your BUYDL.. ammunition, peeps.

I assume anything above $6k is a house of cards. 


O.k..... Then you must have already sold then? 

Or are you going to ride out this supposed bad situation with faith that you do not believe in?   

I personally believe that support from here down to $6,666 is a lot greater than you are making it out to be, in part based on the amount of trade volume that already had taken place to reverse at our most recent $6k bottom...

Surely, nothing is inevitable, but seems that we should be prepared to HODL and BUYDL, like I already mentioned... and thereafter everything will be just fine... that's my tentative working plan.   Wink

I don't really have a plan. I'm just venting, bracing for impact. I'll still be here hodling in a year or 2 is my guess. Complaining about shit. Roll Eyes
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February 11, 2018, 04:43:59 AM

Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history



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be happy it will go to 2k. Then it will go up and your bitcoins will be worth more
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February 11, 2018, 04:46:24 AM

Hi All.

I see BTC shaping up for a bad, or really bad week.
Looking forward to the buy zone @ ~2k


Haha yea right. Bring it.  Pretty sure takes more than $2000 to mine one bitcoin. Unless you’re a philanthropist you’re not gonna sell it for such a price.
Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

That's your first post?!

Hilarious Cheesy
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February 11, 2018, 04:47:21 AM


... that bovine specimen is probably a heifer or a steer (no balls) ... not a bull. Angus btw.

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The non-linearity of the utility function for money has profound implications in decision making processes: in situations where outcomes of choices influence utility through gains or losses of money, which are the norm in most business settings, the optimal choice for a given decision depends on the possible outcomes of all other decisions in the same time-period.

Cattle markets make for a great study in basic economics, freed from the abstract pretenses of ivory tower economists on the pay of central banks and rigged, centrally-controlled 'financial' markets.

The marginal utility function for money is most likely logarithmic.

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February 11, 2018, 04:51:07 AM

Hi All.

I see BTC shaping up for a bad, or really bad week.
Looking forward to the buy zone @ ~2k


Haha yea right. Bring it.  Pretty sure takes more than $2000 to mine one bitcoin. Unless you’re a philanthropist you’re not gonna sell it for such a price.
Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

That's your first post?!
And that's your 1165th post??!?!
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Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history

[img]https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/2018.02.09bitcoin.JPG?itok=Cs-FBcbE[/]

lol
be happy it will go to 2k. Then it will go up and your bitcoins will be worth more


I will be happy. Cuz then i’ll be buyin the shit outta that shit. Poor mofos like me will all see it as affordable. But honestly i’ll be jumping in long before 2k.
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February 11, 2018, 04:57:23 AM

Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history



My first buy was during that Gox correction. Sadly I needed my money later on... Cry

I don't normally have much respect for zerohedge, but that visual guide is quite good. I hope they also have a positive one visualizing the rallies.
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February 11, 2018, 04:57:34 AM


Where's that story about the elephant and the ants? I know some elephants avoid plants that have ants, but they don't bring down the elephants.


I think it was something said during the war. Germany was the elephant (better technology, better trained, better generals, etc.) the Soviets were the ants (huge numbers).
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February 11, 2018, 04:59:39 AM

Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history

[img]https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/2018.02.09bitcoin.JPG?itok=Cs-FBcbE[/]

My first buy was during that Gox correction. Sadly I needed my money later on... Cry

I don't normally have much respect for zerohedge, but that visual guide is quite good. I hope they also have a positive one visualizing the rallies.

I agree they are fuckin retarded. But that’s why I respect em.
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February 11, 2018, 05:02:02 AM

... that bovine specimen is probably a heifer or a steer (no balls) ... not a bull. Angus btw.



I like the other image more..I was not sure you(we?) would get the implied joke with this one.  Commodities...oh boy...here we go...
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Well I'm quite sure BTC crashed -94% TWICE before, please explain in detail why this (or similar)  wouldn't happen again
For higher, we need to go lower. (much lower)

I'm quite sure it also DIDN'T crash -94% numerous times before, so why wouldn't that happen again?


No it didn’t according to ZeroHedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-09/visualizing-worst-crashes-bitcoin-history

[img]https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/2018.02.09bitcoin.JPG?itok=Cs-FBcbE[/]

My first buy was during that Gox correction. Sadly I needed my money later on... Cry

I don't normally have much respect for zerohedge, but that visual guide is quite good. I hope they also have a positive one visualizing the rallies.

I agree they are fuckin retarded. But that’s why I respect em.

Their visual guide brought back all the highs and lows I felt this year from Bitcoin's price movements. A picture paints a thousand words.
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February 11, 2018, 05:06:16 AM

Sorry bull, dry your tears. Alas, the bottom is not yet in.
Look at the chart. Do you see stop hunting / institutional buy orders @5900?
I dont.

I'm not a bull. I sold some at $9750 so I'll try to buy them back... the lower the better. Got all sorts of orders rigged up.
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