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Question: When will we see a new ATH? (Credit to: Biodom)
2019 - 14 (8.9%)
Early 2020 - 35 (22.2%)
Late 2020 - 47 (29.7%)
Early 2021 - 14 (8.9%)
Late 2021 - 25 (15.8%)
2022 - 4 (2.5%)
2023 - 0 (0%)
2024 - 4 (2.5%)
After 2024 - 3 (1.9%)
Never - 12 (7.6%)
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May 30, 2019, 04:26:02 AM


LoL, I hate the fake meat things, wanna look and taste like meat stuff = not done for me Cheesy

Cultured (lab-grown) meat is coming. I still haven't decided yet if I would eat it or not.
https://www.mosameat.com/technology

I heard that as of today the price would be $11 for one steak.
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May 30, 2019, 04:44:59 AM

clearly no one here has had a really good Hawaiian spam dish

I lived in Hawaii for over a decade and I can tell you with certainty there's no such thing. There are spam musubis, which are good if you're coming home after a night of drinking and make a quick stop at the 7-Eleven, and then there are dishes with spam in them.
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May 30, 2019, 04:58:19 AM

I don't know how spam would be as a main ingredient, but it's a good accompaniment chopped up in fried rice, for instance.
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May 30, 2019, 05:06:54 AM

It's going to dump slow but steady soon ending at $2500 before the year is out imho.

The retarded FUD flying around at the moment is hilarious.  You guys really fucked up not buying in the $3ks. You had months to do it.


I had a said to JJG on this thread in March 2017, it would hit 3-4k.  it did.

Get the fuck out of here with your lame ass attempts at historical revisionism.

Yeah, perhaps you made some "cover your ass" posts that were the opposite of you overall and ongoing bear-ish bullshit nonsense.



How is predicting a 15% of ATH drop to 3-4K from 11-10k "opposite of you overall and ongoing bear-ish bullshit nonsense."

You're actually insane.  

I don't know about what you are talking.   If prices are $10k to $11k, and you predict $3k to $4k then that would be a 60%-ish drop.

Furthermore, our last currently standing ATH is $19,666, and our previous ATH was about $1,163, so none of your numbers make any sense, and seem to be without context (beyond your making some largely irrelevant attempt to suggest that you were correct about something - to proclaim a kind of sorcerer status.. while at the same time engaging in a kind of selective presentation about what you supposedly said.. which again, remains largely irrelevant - because who the fuck needs sorcerers, especially self-proclaimed ones?
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May 30, 2019, 05:08:56 AM

sumthin sumthin goin on around here

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May 30, 2019, 05:11:09 AM

clearly no one here has had a really good Hawaiian spam dish

I lived in Hawaii for over a decade and I can tell you with certainty there's no such thing. There are spam musubis, which are good if you're coming home after a night of drinking and make a quick stop at the 7-Eleven, and then there are dishes with spam in them.

A paradise, no doubt, and great for a visit (especially Maui, Kauai, etc.) but the sun is so harsh there...all oldtimers have basically leather skin.
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May 30, 2019, 05:14:34 AM

breakout?
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May 30, 2019, 05:17:13 AM

breakout?
$9000 in one hour
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May 30, 2019, 05:22:29 AM

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Double top still in play.

But I think one last hurrah to say 12K is more likely....
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May 30, 2019, 05:28:27 AM

I think anyone who likes their meat overcooked is a closet vegetarian. That includes bacon.

While I don't require my bacon to be bleeding Pittsburgh blue like my rib eyes and filet mignons, it should  at least be chewy, preferably nice and tender.

Brittle? That's a sacrilege. Want crispy foods? Go fry some tofu, potatoes or tortillas. Or eat celery and carrot sticks
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May 30, 2019, 05:30:11 AM

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i couldn't give 2 shits about your holding from 19.5k,  your choice but not for me.

Fair enough.. but I said that holding also includes continuing to buy, and ends up being a profitable strategy, when done with prudence.. especially when BTC prices are likely going to be higher in the future than they are today.. especially if you are able to take at least a 5 year investment timeline to establish your btc stake by accumulating, buying on dips.. and various other forms of incrementalism practices, such as selling small amounts of BTC as the price goes up in order to buy lower than you sell and to sell higher than you buy.

JJG greed tinged with anger = short.

I don't short BTC.  I mostly long btc and I skim profits on the way up (and if the bTC price goes back down, I use dollars from skimmed profits on the way up to buy back more BTC than I sold - that is to the extent that the BTC price goes down after i had sold some).    Works well, and does not involve emotions, such as anger as you seem to want to project upon me (perhaps while you are looking in the mirror regarding your own anger issues - at least seemingly butt-hurt issues).

JJG fear tinged with doubt = Long.  
It's pretty easy to get a good and effective trading stategy from your menstrual cycle.  

Again.. no emotions here.  I have a strategy that attempts to largely remove emotions out of the actual practice.. and largely I have been increasing the increments that I trade, too so that not as many sell or buy orders are triggered.. which causes even less emotion from me.

On the other hand, you might catch me getting worked up, a bit, about FUD spreading, sorcerer seeking and selective history bear trolls like yourself who seem to be inclined to spread misinformation about your own historical record and mislead about what is important in bitcoin, including assigning pie in the sky probabilities while trying to assert that you have some kind of scientific insight about BTC's price direction (which tends to be down from your historical presentations), while you tend to have a decently large history of being wrong - and perhaps you serve as a kind of reverse indicator regarding actual likely BTC price direction.


In other words, you come out of the wood-work from time to time while presenting some kind of nonsensical doom and gloom message.... so perhaps there is some consistency with you in that regard, like roach, constantly losing in your BTC price projections.... While at least you try to suggest that you remain in the game.. but likely making similar (and maybe worse ) mistakes as roach.. with your ongoing betting when roach's bet is just a failure to realize gain rather than actively losing money, which seems to be a decent part of your ongoing bitcoin plays.
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May 30, 2019, 05:33:02 AM

I think anyone who likes their meat overcooked is a closet vegetarian. That includes bacon.

While I don't require my bacon to be bleeding Pittsburgh blue like m rib eyes and filet mignons, it should  at least be chewy.

Brittle? That's a sacrilege. Want crispy foods? Go fry some tofu, potatoes or tortillas.

Not brittle and certainly not burnt. Just the perfect crispness. My only real requirement is that they are not soggy.

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I am not sure I would call it a breakout..maybe it was just a shifting of the sands. I think we will see over 9k however before to many days pass.
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May 30, 2019, 05:35:47 AM

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i couldn't give 2 shits about your holding from 19.5k,  your choice but not for me.

Fair enough.. but I said that holding also includes continuing to buy, and ends up being a profitable strategy, when done with prudence.. especially when BTC prices are likely going to be higher in the future than they are today.. especially if you are able to take at least a 5 year investment timeline to establish your btc stake by accumulating, buying on dips.. and various other forms of incrementalism practices, such as selling small amounts of BTC as the price goes up in order to buy lower than you sell and to sell higher than you buy.

JJG greed tinged with anger = short.

I don't short BTC.  I mostly long btc and I skim profits on the way up (and if the bTC price goes back down, I use dollars from skimmed profits on the way up to buy back more BTC than I sold - that is to the extent that the BTC price goes down after i had sold some).    Works well, and does not involve emotions, such as anger as you seem to want to project upon me (perhaps while you are looking in the mirror regarding your own anger issues - at least seemingly butt-hurt issues).

JJG fear tinged with doubt = Long.  
It's pretty easy to get a good and effective trading stategy from your menstrual cycle.  

Again.. no emotions here.  I have a strategy that attempts to largely remove emotions out of the actual practice.. and largely I have been increasing the increments that I trade, too so that not as many sell or buy orders are triggered.. which causes even less emotion from me.

On the other hand, you might catch me getting worked up, a bit, about FUD spreading, sorcerer seeking and selective history bear trolls like yourself who seem to be inclined to spread misinformation about your own historical record and mislead about what is important in bitcoin, including assigning pie in the sky probabilities while trying to assert that you have some kind of scientific insight about BTC's price direction (which tends to be down from your historical presentations), while you tend to have a decently large history of being wrong - and perhaps you serve as a kind of reverse indicator regarding actual likely BTC price direction.


In other words, you come out of the wood-work from time to time while presenting some kind of nonsensical doom and gloom message.... so perhaps there is some consistency with you in that regard, like roach, constantly losing in your BTC price projections.... While at least you try to suggest that you remain in the game.. but likely making similar (and maybe worse ) mistakes as roach.. with your ongoing betting when roach's bet is just a failure to realize gain rather than actively losing money, which seems to be a decent part of your ongoing bitcoin plays.

err.... JJG, what about bacon, Spam, and other meats though?? Stay on topic buddy.
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All this meat talk I decided im going to a Brazilian Steakhouse tomorrow. Either Fogo de Chow or Texas de Brazil. Havent made my mind up yet to which one.

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May 30, 2019, 06:02:44 AM

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err.... JJG, what about bacon, Spam, and other meats though?? Stay on topic buddy.

Well, yeah.. bacon is good. I can eat it crispy or soft. I prefer crispy, but soft, every once in a while is o.k., too.

Spam is o.k, when it is browned.

I am a meat eater, and I believe that natural fats are good for you.  Limiting carbs is good too, especially as you get older, even though they might taste good, they are not essential  - and likely something that needs to be limited in quantity.. and surely screened for quality.

so, low carb high fat is good in my thinking, and attempting to eat natural rather than processed (at least to lessen the quantity of processed foods).  Surely many vegans and vegetarians frequently seem to have good intentions regarding sustainability and animal cruelness, but I think that veganism and vegetarianism is the less nutritious way to go, even if some folks are more able to tolerate those kinds of foods than others.
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May 30, 2019, 06:24:56 AM

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err.... JJG, what about bacon, Spam, and other meats though?? Stay on topic buddy.

Well, yeah.. bacon is good. I can eat it crispy or soft. I prefer crispy, but soft, every once in a while is o.k., too.

Spam is o.k, when it is browned.

I am a meat eater, and I believe that natural fats are good for you.  Limiting carbs is good too, especially as you get older, even though they might taste good, they are not essential  - and likely something that needs to be limited in quantity.. and surely screened for quality.

so, low carb high fat is good in my thinking, and attempting to eat natural rather than processed (at least to lessen the quantity of processed foods).  Surely many vegans and vegetarians frequently seem to have good intentions regarding sustainability and animal cruelness, but I think that veganism and vegetarianism is the less nutritious way to go, even if some folks are more able to tolerate those kinds of foods than others.

JJG Iv'e got a great idea, why don't you, forget about your diet, hang about on a bitcoin forum, ignore your kids and family then talk about bacon to strangers?  Ohh is that an oxymoron!?
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May 30, 2019, 06:25:04 AM

The bulls are pushing the alt coin market cap through resistance, if that happens the crypto market takes off, and money will have to flow through bitcoin, which will push Bitcoin up. (not that Bitcoin needs the alts, but it won't hurt it because all this money goes back into bitcoin at the end of the day).
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May 30, 2019, 06:29:24 AM


Calvin Ayre says fake Satoshi is real Satoshi.



Think, why only trolls and anos say the opposite?

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This page is interesting to make a control of the situation with several parameters, BTC:

- Price
- Volume
- Mayer Multiple Ratio
- Nvt Ratio
- Market Cap

You can include more filters or change the presentation of the charts or compare the data at the same time with more coins.

On the main page you have to click on create widget.

https://datalight.me/dashboard/5767/widgetConfigurator

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May 30, 2019, 06:44:28 AM

We have not been far away from $10000.


Love the way the volume is decreasing while the chart is getting very curvy towards the end.

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