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Question: Dec. 14 Closing Price:
<$6,000 - 10 (10.3%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 5 (5.2%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 11 (11.3%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 16 (16.5%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 19 (19.6%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 12 (12.4%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 4 (4.1%)
>$9,000 - 20 (20.6%)
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December 16, 2018, 02:17:25 AM

gold, guns, ammo, booze, transceivers

everything good is too heavy for a bug out bag


I need a bug out B-17

Can I interest you in a upgrade?  156,500btc  per unit @ current prices..or you can BR the whole program for 1.5 million btc.   100 tonnes to LEO, the Moon or Mars.



p.s. Breaking thru that resistance right now it appears. Nice hodl rally.  Smiley
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December 16, 2018, 02:32:57 AM

Adjusting my market positions. I set a take profit limit on the last of my short BCH, and I'm getting out of BTC too as soon as the dust settles. I don't want to spend the holidays looking at candles on a screen. I mean, unless there's a real reason for it  Grin

If possible, whales like to strike during the holidays... just to ruin dee moo. 

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December 16, 2018, 02:33:25 AM

Either it is just starting... or this is the weakest weekend pump ever!
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December 16, 2018, 02:46:40 AM

Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges. 

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.

I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0
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December 16, 2018, 03:04:27 AM

Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges. 

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.

I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

Yes, that is a good strategy. I also use this strategy and I have been relaxed about the decline. I have started to scale back in now. It has all been house money for years now as I took out my original investment many moons ago.

Whatever happened to rpietila ?? He had a castle and went insane...or kinda lost the plot? He had some game or virtual world going as well. He made some really good posts years ago.
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December 16, 2018, 03:05:39 AM

Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges. 

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.
I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

I found much of what he said fascinating..when he wasn't frying balls. Later..not so much. Here Jjg..some light reading for in between candle watching..
http://consc.net/event/reef/huntkicking.pdf
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December 16, 2018, 03:16:31 AM

Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges.  

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.

I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

Yes, that is a good strategy. I also use this strategy and I have been relaxed about the decline. I have started to scale back in now. It has all been house money for years now as I took out my original investment many moons ago.

Whatever happened to rpietila ?? He had a castle and went insane...or kinda lost the plot? He had some game or virtual world going as well. He made some really good posts years ago.

 You didn't hear?  His castle burned down.



credit: https://btcmanager.com/burning-long-term-holders-bitcoin-castle-marks-beginning-new-era/

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December 16, 2018, 03:21:58 AM

Silver bubble continues to break downwards...Edit: Good support at $5 / ounce so price due to fall another 66% then stabilize

Who could have possibly guessed the zionist kike in the thread would *gasp* tell lies to try and trick the goyim from acquiring real money at the floor and instead attempt to persuade them into buying imaginary, valueless digital tokens instead?  They are pretty much out of room for further metals manipulation to the downside in the long view, but short term, unsustainable tricks are always possible:




The handle has fallen too far. Generally, the handle can only retrace about 1/3 of the way down the right side of the cup. In the case of silver, it's plunged ~70%, not adjusted for inflation.
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Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges. 

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.
I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

I found much of what he said fascinating..when he wasn't frying balls. Later..not so much. Here Jjg..some light reading for in between candle watching..
http://consc.net/event/reef/huntkicking.pdf

If only I read this and realized the risks earlier. I continued to hodl nearly all my bitcoins and alts. And now it seems I need a job in 2019. Cry Cry Cry

Do you people think NASDAQ will still list bitcoin?
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Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges.  

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.

I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

Yes, that is a good strategy. I also use this strategy and I have been relaxed about the decline. I have started to scale back in now. It has all been house money for years now as I took out my original investment many moons ago.

Whatever happened to rpietila ?? He had a castle and went insane...or kinda lost the plot? He had some game or virtual world going as well. He made some really good posts years ago.

 You didn't hear?  His castle burned down.



credit: https://btcmanager.com/burning-long-term-holders-bitcoin-castle-marks-beginning-new-era/



Oh wow...No I did not hear about it. Thanks for the link.
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Simple solution. Take, say, 10% of your "new" profit on the way up.


Say you have 1000 as a baseline, you go up to 2000, you take out (2000-1000)*0.1 = 100.

Now you go from 1900 to 3900, and take out (3900-1900)*0.1 = 200.

That's what JayJaunGee told me he does, and that's indeed a very powerful strategy. I got almost 7x, and if I had taken 10% out I would be much more relaxed now.

This strategy allows you to become rich and protect you from becoming poor lol

Provides some insurance without gambling too much of your stash.

You can find an amount that works for you, including a similar ratio that is cashing out 1% for every 10% the price goes up.

Of course, if you might become less nervous as you are able to have bitcoins and cash stacked up, and accordingly, you might later begin to attempt to wait for BIGGER ranges. 

Some folks suggest that you might not want to cash out any BTC until it reaches at least a certain point, such as 2x or 5x, but in the end, it is good to tailor your own thinking and comfort level on the topic.
I structured some of my initial ideas around rpietila's simple sane savings discussion in this thread.  Ironic, perhaps, that he would be a "sane" recommender... hahahahaha
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345065.0

I found much of what he said fascinating..when he wasn't frying balls. Later..not so much. Here Jjg..some light reading for in between candle watching..
http://consc.net/event/reef/huntkicking.pdf

If only I read this and realized the risks earlier. I continued to hodl nearly all my bitcoins and alts. And now it seems I need a job in 2019. Cry Cry Cry

Do you people think NASDAQ will still list bitcoin?

Why I panic sold 13 BTC like a small 9-year-old girl (with much sobbing). The whole idea of crypto was to retire 3 years early (2.5 years to go) before full retirement on traditional investments and

social security at 66 years and 2 months. (thus still 'hoarding' crypto....was mining..that boat sunk, along with altcoin angle. Sigh.)

As much as I like crypto and BTC etc and HODL mode, I like not working for any 'idiot boss' much better.

Did sell ASIC equipment for 4 BTC, so my 'panic 9-year-old sell' of 13 BTC is now only 9 BTC.

Chump or Champ. I'm always in one camp or the other camp.

I swear, I should make all decisions on cyrpto with a 'coin toss', I'd likely do 'much better'

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Oh wow...No I did not hear about it. Thanks for the link.

I hadn't heard about that either. Good to hear he's doing alright though.
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I hadn't heard about that either. Good to hear he's doing alright though.

Hmm, doesn't look like the flames hit the required 1800F degrees to melt the physical silver inside.  Not too sure about the survival of the bitcoin private keys on those computers though.

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December 16, 2018, 04:28:32 AM

Pietilä's castle burning was mentioned here a while back, but I know it can be hard to keep up. Here's a Google Translate of Estonian news about it.

https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=et&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.delfi.ee%2Fnews%2Fpaevauudised%2Feesti%2Fsoome-bitcoini-paruni-eestis-asuvat-kinnisvara-laastavad-salaparased-polengud-alles-asja-poles-maha-malla-mois%3Fid%3D83721469&edit-text=
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Oh wow...No I did not hear about it. Thanks for the link.

I hadn't heard about that either. Good to hear he's doing alright though.


I don’t know if he is doing alright.  If he was doing alright then he probably would be participating in this forum, but his last post were filled with a lot of crazy talk and he was also accused of scamming people out of their money in some crypto game, too.  I don’t really follow, just going based on my memory of some of the last post that I saw from him and about him.
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Guys, guys, this isn't a normal shit bump, this looks like the beginning of a natural fucking recovery. Have we finished swimming in the shit?

I'm putting the 1 yes in the poll.

The bottom is fucking in.
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Guys, guys, this isn't a normal shit bump, this looks like the beginning of a natural fucking recovery. Have we finished swimming in the shit?

I'm putting the 1 yes in the poll.

The bottom is fucking in.

Sorry dude we need to get through January tax time first.
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