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December 14, 2018, 01:06:18 AM

It's just so bullish.

What is bullish ?  (I realise /s tag is missing, but what particularly was unbullish ?)

IMO the trend is still down, and the next target is 2600. however, that is a 20% drop, so it might not be quick.

I decided in February that I would not be surprised if price got to 1500 in 2019, and therefore the whole bear market, whilst not welcome, is not much of a shock.

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December 14, 2018, 01:09:32 AM

It's just so bullish.

What is bullish ?  (I realise /s tag is missing, but what particularly was unbullish ?)

IMO the trend is still down, and the next target is 2600. however, that is a 20% drop, so it might not be quick.

I decided in February that I would not be suprised if price got to 1500 in 2019, and therefore the whole bear market, whilst not welcome, is not much of a shock.



yeah, I had 10k from sold equipment I was gonna roll back into BTC....er...now not so much..figure I'll just wait to 'refund' back into BTC, my 13% cut to the hoard at the previous panic sell price of $3,965.20 per BTC at the sell.

seems to me that a bounce down to $1,500 is likely in 2019 with mt.gox dumping ungodly amounts of BTC...then a bounce to 3-4k (or tulips) after that mt. gox mess 'passes' Sad Of course, paid in BTC so if it all goes to

sh*t...then that 'hedge' won't work worth a damn and I'll end up hodl'ing anyway Smiley thus timing wise...that may not work as a hedge

damn, I hope I'm full of sh*t and it pumps to 5k ..but I doubt it...this is gonna drag I'm afraid thru 2019

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December 14, 2018, 01:17:22 AM

Fuck all of your meaningless charts, they don't mean squat
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December 14, 2018, 01:18:49 AM

Fuck all of your meaningless charts, they don't mean squat

Get your Ukulele out and do us a little ditty on Youtube then.
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December 14, 2018, 01:29:45 AM

 Grin Cheesy
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December 14, 2018, 01:37:55 AM

It's just so bullish.

What is bullish ?  (I realise /s tag is missing, but what particularly was unbullish ?)

IMO the trend is still down, and the next target is 2600. however, that is a 20% drop, so it might not be quick.

I decided in February that I would not be surprised if price got to 1500 in 2019, and therefore the whole bear market, whilst not welcome, is not much of a shock.

Why not $1,300 like all the other Tone Vays acolytes are gravitating towards?

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December 14, 2018, 01:47:17 AM
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Why not $1,300 like all the other Tone Vays acolytes are gravitating towards?



This is the reason (my post from Feb 13th)..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg30196222#msg30196222

1500 is in the middle. You can say 1300 if you like.

I said 2000 and sub 1500 in several other posts in February, and I would think the actual low print will be a swift affair : so 1500 print, with a bit more time spent around 2000. Thats my own guess.

I know you carry out diligence on past posts, so you will know what I have consistently said. (and I really do admire your depth of research)

I make my own calculations and don't take advice from others unless I agree with their reasoning.
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December 14, 2018, 01:52:52 AM

^@VB1001

I would say EVERYONE agrees $3000 is a very hard support. That doesn't mean it could not be broken.

Btw, now that I remember: Nice Maine Coon you have.  How much does it weight? I know those cats are HUGE.

Yes, this support of the 3000 seems a good point to make a move, we will see if the bears or the bulls.

My Maine Coon cat is male 9.5 Kg.

The females weigh between 4.5 and 7 Kg
The males between 6 and 9 Kg

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Cool!
I have two Ragdoll’s -

Male - 7.2kg
Female - 5.0kg

They’re big domestic cats but obviously not as big as yours Smiley

coded message hmmmmmm
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December 14, 2018, 01:54:44 AM

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December 14, 2018, 01:59:16 AM

^@VB1001

I would say EVERYONE agrees $3000 is a very hard support. That doesn't mean it could not be broken.

Btw, now that I remember: Nice Maine Coon you have.  How much does it weight? I know those cats are HUGE.

Yes, this support of the 3000 seems a good point to make a move, we will see if the bears or the bulls.

My Maine Coon cat is male 9.5 Kg.

The females weigh between 4.5 and 7 Kg
The males between 6 and 9 Kg

.

Cool!
I have two Ragdoll’s -

Male - 7.2kg
Female - 5.0kg

They’re big domestic cats but obviously not as big as yours Smiley

coded message hmmmmmm

Took me a while to figure out what you meant Grin Grin

Fucker Cheesy
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December 14, 2018, 02:01:36 AM



2016 - 5m
2017 - 18m
2018 - 35m
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December 14, 2018, 02:05:35 AM

^@VB1001

I would say EVERYONE agrees $3000 is a very hard support. That doesn't mean it could not be broken.

Btw, now that I remember: Nice Maine Coon you have.  How much does it weight? I know those cats are HUGE.

Yes, this support of the 3000 seems a good point to make a move, we will see if the bears or the bulls.

My Maine Coon cat is male 9.5 Kg.

The females weigh between 4.5 and 7 Kg
The males between 6 and 9 Kg

.

Cool!
I have two Ragdoll’s -

Male - 7.2kg
Female - 5.0kg

They’re big domestic cats but obviously not as big as yours Smiley

coded message hmmmmmm

Took me a while to figure out what you meant Grin Grin

Fucker Cheesy

it's gonna happen by 2weeks.
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I think that we are now within striking distance of this bear market lows. 3300 down to 2000 is not that far. (might be a quick drop to 1500 at the low print, but you could miss it if you blink)

However, as far as time goes, there is a long way to go yet. The majority of the price pain is mostly done, but the waiting is going to be hard.

$3000 is strong support. Could be a bounce from here, but a new lower low in a few months.

Just my rough guess.
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December 14, 2018, 02:11:12 AM

Will Trace's proofofkeys affect anything one way or another?
I am curious and leaning toward participation.
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December 14, 2018, 02:13:55 AM


Why not $1,300 like all the other Tone Vays acolytes are gravitating towards?



This is why (my post from Feb 13th)..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg30196222#msg30196222





The 5 highs can be estimated at 3x to 10x the previous high,


19666*3   = 58,998
or
19666*10 = 196,660

Awesome =)
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December 14, 2018, 02:15:50 AM


19666*3   = 58,998
or
19666*10 = 196,660

Awesome =)

Could well be between those levels.

Will be a few years to wait, but worth it !
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December 14, 2018, 02:17:35 AM

Waiting, we will load a little more.



‘we’

Your 0.1 borrowed bitcoin shorting doesn’t count as a group of people.

You're wrong, that's not my strategy

A few days ago we talked about what my strategy was in this descent:

Comment when you arrive in WO, enter Bitcoin in August 2017
Now from $ 4000 down
I buy every time it goes down of $ 500

Example
4000 purchase 0
3500 buys $ 250
3000 buys $ 250
2500 purchase
2000 purchase
That's how I'm doing it.

This is the thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg48605496#msg48605496

I wait for 3000$ to buy 250 $ more



nice fucking stupid strategy. looks like you are buying millions.
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Why not $1,300 like all the other Tone Vays acolytes are gravitating towards?



This is the reason (my post from Feb 13th)..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg30196222#msg30196222

1500 is in the middle. You can say 1300 if you like.

I said 2000 and sub 1500 in several other posts in February, and I would think the actual low print will be a swift affair : so 1500 print, with a bit more time spent around 2000. Thats my own guess.

I know you carry out diligence on past posts, so you will know what I have consistently said. (and I really do admire your depth of research)

I make my own calculations and don't take advice from others unless I agree with their reasoning.

Out of price going down frustration, including stifling many morsels of my price going up hopium,

I was just attempting to give you a bit of shit about the Tone Vays copy cat matter, to test whether I might be able to reveal some possible ray of hope chink in your armor.
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