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Question: Nov. 19 Closing Price:
<$5,000 - 19 (21.1%)
$5,000-$5,100 - 2 (2.2%)
$5,100-$5,200 - 2 (2.2%)
$5,200-$5,300 - 0 (0%)
$5,300-$5,400 - 3 (3.3%)
$5,400-$5,500 - 4 (4.4%)
$5,500-$5,600 - 6 (6.7%)
$5,600-$5,700 - 2 (2.2%)
$5,700-$5,800 - 5 (5.6%)
$5,800-$5,900 - 6 (6.7%)
$5,900-$6,000 - 2 (2.2%)
>$6,000 - 39 (43.3%)
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June 11, 2018, 06:19:06 AM

Three possible long term trendline supports:


That's great for the long run. Still waiting for the Bitcoin halving 2 years to go until another Bitcoin to the moon memes lol still waiting for the future.
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June 11, 2018, 06:25:58 AM

Quote from: Toxic2040 link=topic=178336.msg39852119#msg39852119
A bullish recovery scenario on the weekly might look something like this all be it a bit exaggerated.
https://i.imgur.com/nvkE3Wq.jpg


I also prefer a scenario of a blend between 2013 correction and some kind of truncated 2014 move. That would indicate a 6-9 month slow period with price lingering in this zone, perhaps also lower, and an ensuing rally into 2019. So far, it is not the worst correction ever  Grin
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June 11, 2018, 06:29:38 AM

My retirement went from living on the beach in Tahiti with the price over $10k. Then living in Thailand under 10k. Now I'm on a ratty old bus on my way to Cambodia.

Not many countries cheaper than Cambodia. Please don't drop any further.
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June 11, 2018, 06:51:23 AM

My retirement went from living on the beach in Tahiti with the price over $10k. Then living in Thailand under 10k. Now I'm on a ratty old bus on my way to Cambodia.

Not many countries cheaper than Cambodia. Please don't drop any further.

Stay strong and hodl brother. In a few years you'll be able retire in Beverly Hills. Just believe.
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June 11, 2018, 07:38:25 AM

My retirement went from living on the beach in Tahiti with the price over $10k. Then living in Thailand under 10k. Now I'm on a ratty old bus on my way to Cambodia.

Not many countries cheaper than Cambodia. Please don't drop any further.

Stay strong and hodl brother. In a few years you'll be able retire in Beverly Hills. Just believe.

I just consulted Tom's Hardware and 9/10 users with a GED or lower agree bitcoin will be the world reserve currency and worth $1 trillion each.
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June 11, 2018, 08:29:15 AM

My retirement went from living on the beach in Tahiti with the price over $10k. Then living in Thailand under 10k. Now I'm on a ratty old bus on my way to Cambodia.

Not many countries cheaper than Cambodia. Please don't drop any further.

where did you live between the price of 500-1000??

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June 11, 2018, 08:30:18 AM

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I doubt anyone was asking for deletion..just some resizing. I really dont care as I view this from home on a 42inch screen. I have heard complaints about img size from phone users however..so I was just trying to pass along that your img's seemed large.


All that I deleted then was me asking "how" to make the images smaller.  I figured it out; thanks to you.  Much appreciated.
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June 11, 2018, 08:31:11 AM
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I tend to be a perma-bear, but this most recent crash feels really artificial.

We do seem to be tracking frightfully close to the accelerated 2014 model.

There really should be no reason for 2014 to recur, since the overall situation is so immensely different, but I also can't help but see parallels. I've always thought that the upward movement after the 2015 doldrums was driven to a significant extent by the 2016 halving, though, which wouldn't apply to a time-accelerated model. And in 2013-2015 the price dropped about 83% from its ATH, which would lead to a price of about $3200 in the current situation.
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June 11, 2018, 08:43:27 AM
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so many saying to me "better put your arm up HAHAHA..... " nocoiners offcourse LOL
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so many saying to me "better put your arm up HAHAHA..... " nocoiners offcourse LOL

they don't know what they are talking about, stupid nocoiners Smiley
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best technical analysis i've ever seen
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June 11, 2018, 10:24:11 AM

More upward charts all the way down. Lets go.
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June 11, 2018, 10:27:45 AM

I tend to be a perma-bear, but this most recent crash feels really artificial.

We do seem to be tracking frightfully close to the accelerated 2014 model.

There really should be no reason for 2014 to recur, since the overall situation is so immensely different, but I also can't help but see parallels. I've always thought that the upward movement after the 2015 doldrums was driven to a significant extent by the 2016 halving, though, which wouldn't apply to a time-accelerated model. And in 2013-2015 the price dropped about 83% from its ATH, which would lead to a price of about $3200 in the current situation.
No one can argue that the news has been good, the only thing negative has really been the price. There was the news of that whale in Asia moving a mass of coins to an exchange which never made any sense except for manipulation. We all know the whales don't put $50,000,000 on an exchange they would do an otc trade.
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June 11, 2018, 10:32:17 AM

More upward charts all the way down. Lets go.

Yeah well I was waiting for a re-test of $1242 when we broke $2k.  Don’t think I am going to get it. 
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June 11, 2018, 10:32:44 AM

I tend to be a perma-bear, but this most recent crash feels really artificial.

We do seem to be tracking frightfully close to the accelerated 2014 model.

There really should be no reason for 2014 to recur, since the overall situation is so immensely different, but I also can't help but see parallels. I've always thought that the upward movement after the 2015 doldrums was driven to a significant extent by the 2016 halving, though, which wouldn't apply to a time-accelerated model. And in 2013-2015 the price dropped about 83% from its ATH, which would lead to a price of about $3200 in the current situation.

Sir, when bus ticket?

I feel the price was being artificially held up for 2 months on and off after the short squeeze, then one set of accumulation bots was turned off again - for now.
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June 11, 2018, 10:33:20 AM
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I tend to be a perma-bear, but this most recent crash feels really artificial.

We do seem to be tracking frightfully close to the accelerated 2014 model.

There really should be no reason for 2014 to recur, since the overall situation is so immensely different, but I also can't help but see parallels. I've always thought that the upward movement after the 2015 doldrums was driven to a significant extent by the 2016 halving, though, which wouldn't apply to a time-accelerated model. And in 2013-2015 the price dropped about 83% from its ATH, which would lead to a price of about $3200 in the current situation.

It is artificial. No doubt about that. And indeed it may look similar to previous episodes, but there is no causal resemblance. My idea is that the financial world has been frightened by what happened last year and knowing their
kingdom is floating on bubbles out of thin air have decided to not let that happen again. They want to prevent people moving their savings out.

Not that I think they will succeed, but it will cause some more pain for sure.
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June 11, 2018, 10:36:30 AM

For the deep pockets who want to take a big long position, the tree has been shook.

It'll be shook again, possibly several times, before we move up again.
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June 11, 2018, 10:46:33 AM

I tend to be a perma-bear, but this most recent crash feels really artificial.

We do seem to be tracking frightfully close to the accelerated 2014 model.

There really should be no reason for 2014 to recur, since the overall situation is so immensely different, but I also can't help but see parallels. I've always thought that the upward movement after the 2015 doldrums was driven to a significant extent by the 2016 halving, though, which wouldn't apply to a time-accelerated model. And in 2013-2015 the price dropped about 83% from its ATH, which would lead to a price of about $3200 in the current situation.

It is artificial. No doubt about that. And indeed it may look similar to previous episodes, but there is no causal resemblance. My idea is that the financial world has been frightened by what happened last year and knowing their
kingdom is floating on bubbles out of thin air have decided to not let that happen again. They want to prevent people moving their savings out.

Not that I think they will succeed, but it will cause some more pain for sure.
No that standard person is too much of a pussy, there's no way the big institutions are afraid of the average person using crypto as a savings, it's proven to be too volatile. Most Americans are terrified of even touching the stock market.
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