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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 22 (19.1%)
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21-30% - 16 (13.9%)
31-40% - 5 (4.3%)
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91-99% - 3 (2.6%)
100% - 10 (8.7%)
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June 10, 2018, 01:04:00 PM

Debt of usa is over 21 trillion. Debt of bitcoin = absolutely nothing and never will. I dont know why people worry about how bitcoin gets its value when usd is in a debt spiral with no end.

You forgot to mention that debt of USA is 21 trillion dollars of USA.  Cheesy
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June 10, 2018, 01:09:09 PM

Debt of usa is over 21 trillion. Debt of bitcoin = absolutely nothing and never will. I dont know why people worry about how bitcoin gets its value when usd is in a debt spiral with no end.

You forgot to mention that debt of USA is 21 trillion dollars of USA.  Cheesy

And USA also make more money out of their own debt. Own by them Wink
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June 10, 2018, 01:16:05 PM

Debt of usa is over 21 trillion. Debt of bitcoin = absolutely nothing and never will. I dont know why people worry about how bitcoin gets its value when usd is in a debt spiral with no end.

You forgot to mention that debt of USA is 21 trillion dollars of USA.  Cheesy

And USA also make more money out of their own debt. Own by them Wink

 The US Congress has the option to buy back the FED at $450 millions (per Congressional Records). When the Congress does this, it will own back the billions of US Government Bonds held by the FED. The US Government will actually PROFIT by buying back the FED! Also, the US government no longer has to pay interests to the FED owners on those bonds.
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June 10, 2018, 01:26:11 PM

When real people join in the bull troll. It's like watching a car crash with all my old friends. Cry
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June 10, 2018, 01:30:19 PM

The US Congress has the option to buy back the FED at $450 millions (per Congressional Records). When the Congress does this, it will own back the billions of US Government Bonds held by the FED. The US Government will actually PROFIT by buying back the FED! Also, the US government no longer has to pay interests to the FED owners on those bonds.

How many times have you ever heard Trump mention ending the fed? ....cricket sounds.  It seems like the only reason he's deporting the Mexicans is because Mexico and China are exporting deflation to the US via cheap labor, and the US banking system/all debt based currency must continuously inflate or face cascading deflationary collapse.  At first glance it appears he's going against the Jew banker Kalergi white genocide plan, when in reality, a lot of this stuff are things the bankers would probably do as a last ditch effort to prop their debt based system up and prevent collapse of the banks.

Who are the only two groups Trump ever talks about?  Mexico and China.  Both export deflation to the US.  Yea, they do lower wages here, but if Trump wanted to actually economically help the goyim, he would end the fed and put them all in front of a firing squad.
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June 10, 2018, 01:33:20 PM

The US Congress has the option to buy back the FED at $450 millions (per Congressional Records). When the Congress does this, it will own back the billions of US Government Bonds held by the FED. The US Government will actually PROFIT by buying back the FED! Also, the US government no longer has to pay interests to the FED owners on those bonds.

How many times have you ever heard Trump mention ending the fed? ....cricket sounds.  It seems like the only reason he's deporting the Mexicans is because Mexico and China are exporting deflation to the US via cheap labor, and the US banking system/all debt based currency must continuously inflate or face cascading deflationary collapse.  At first glance it appears he's going against the Jew banker Kalergi white genocide plan, when in reality, a lot of this stuff are things the bankers would probably do as a last ditch effort to prop their debt based system up and prevent collapse of the banks.

FED fork Wink lol
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June 10, 2018, 01:38:05 PM

This is the second dip in the intermediate bottoming cycle. If we hold $7,000, I see price higher in 14 days instead of lower (the ensuing rally could go over $9,000).
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June 10, 2018, 01:38:45 PM

When real people join in the bull troll. It's like watching a car crash with all my old friends. Cry

Car crash upwards you mean? Zoom out.

If we got back to just above $10K by Oct. 2019 we'd still be in a long term bull market. Anyone who bought today would see a minimum of a ~33% gain by then.

Sad for them?  Cry
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June 10, 2018, 01:39:37 PM

If Torque got ran over by a car he would consider it bullish.
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June 10, 2018, 02:56:14 PM


 The US Congress has the option to buy back the FED at $450 millions (per Congressional Records). When the Congress does this, it will own back the billions of US Government Bonds held by the FED. The US Government will actually PROFIT by buying back the FED! Also, the US government no longer has to pay interests to the FED owners on those bonds.


Can you provide a link for this proof, my googlefu only came up with unsubstantiated links. IOW what specific "Congressional Record".
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June 10, 2018, 02:58:30 PM

This is the second dip in the intermediate bottoming cycle. If we hold $7,000, I see price higher in 14 days instead of lower (the ensuing rally could go over $9,000).
There were a lot of dips a few weeks ago and $7000 held quite fucking steady, i won't be surprised if it gets close, real close but I expect$7400 soon as well.
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June 10, 2018, 03:04:36 PM

Support at $7175 looking strong. Probably we're gonna see a jump now but I'm literally tired of seeing stupid head of Mr. Bart Simpson again and again.

Within the last 3 hours, I've received two calls from my family members asking how they can buy bitcoin right now. Surprisingly, they've been keenly observing BTC to USD rate at Google and today they think is the right time to buy.

Uh-oh. I wish you hadn't said that !
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June 10, 2018, 03:07:26 PM

whelp, that's it

fiat depleted, it is in the hands of fate now
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June 10, 2018, 03:10:16 PM
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Good morning all and what a glorious buy the dip Sunday it is..(sic).

I think that cheeky little squirrel is actually smiling at us....wtf. Have to wait for the face to get some more resolution. /s


4h

Wave is being stretched but remains unbroken for now.

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Closely observing the support area the chikou span is sitting on. A bounce upwards could take us to Vegeta levels, penetration below $7k would indicate a retest of yearly lows imho.

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June 10, 2018, 03:33:48 PM
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Still kicking my ass for not dumping $1M @ $11.5k on the last bounce Sad
At what point will you be kicking your ass for not reinvesting the millions you already cashed out back into Bitcoin?

What if there's a 1% chance Bitcoin fails? Personally, I wouldn't throw away a life without want just so I could be twice as rich in the other 99% of outcomes.
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June 10, 2018, 03:44:20 PM

whelp, that's it

fiat depleted, it is in the hands of fate now
Bought my last 0.2 BTC. Job done, fiat depleted.
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June 10, 2018, 04:16:13 PM

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June 10, 2018, 04:18:00 PM

Still kicking my ass for not dumping $1M @ $11.5k on the last bounce Sad
At what point will you be kicking your ass for not reinvesting the millions you already cashed out back into Bitcoin?

What if there's a 1% chance Bitcoin fails? Personally, I wouldn't throw away a life without want just so I could be twice as rich in the other 99% of outcomes.

LOL, only a 1% chance bitcoin fails?  This thread is maximum delusion.  This is even worse than a cargo cult.
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June 10, 2018, 04:25:13 PM

whelp, that's it

fiat depleted, it is in the hands of fate now
Bought my last 0.2 BTC. Job done, fiat depleted.

I sold a little just to stay in the game in case it goes lower. We will see. Probably will mewn now.
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