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2019 - 14 (9.7%)
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June 16, 2019, 06:54:26 PM

A very discreet car to use it daily and that transmits good feeling is the Audi RS4. (Avant, better for me)



The B4 RS4 2.7T Avant was a beast for the day.  I never got into the V8 version. Not even sure what is under the hood now?

The new S series from Audi are introducing diesel engines again (at least in Europe). V6 3 liters, 350hp, tons of torque, hybrid systems.. blah blah.

The worst part are the fake exhaust tips. Fire those engineers plz...

Dunno about the RS´s.
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The bitcoin-to-dollar exchange rate touched $9,388 at 0600 UTC - its highest since May 30 - on San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase. The move brought the pair’s net rebound gains close to 200-percent, including a 154-percent since 2019 open alone. It further prompted bitcoin’s market capitalization to jump above $165 billion. At its highest, the cryptocurrency’s net valuation was more than $327 billion.

The steady uptrend in the bitcoin market has coincided with notable volume growth. According to CoinMarketCap’s 24-hour adjusted timeframe, exchanges have hosted about $23.156 billion worth of BTC-enabled trading activities. Meanwhile, the top cryptocurrency trading platforms known to offer “real” transactional data have witnessed about $1.5 billion worth of BTC volume.
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June 16, 2019, 06:59:22 PM

I couldn't quite figure out what was going on there, whether it was quasi ironic or not. You'd think someone who'd been around that long would be unphased by the same thing panning out again. Then again who am I to guess anyone else's triggers?

I'm totally reading between the lines here, I have no actual knowledge, totally guessing;

My impression is that he over invested, FOMOing in with assets necessary for life support, then held through the peak.

I don't know if his losses were purely of unrealized gains or of the actual sort, but regardless it hit him pretty hard as he had to sell to make RL commitments.

About this time he also started experiencing health problems.  I am totally speculating here, but would not be at all surprised if these were exacerbated by his level of stress and worry over the above.

It is my earnest hope that he was able to reclaim at least part of his position near the lows, but if that were so one would think that we would have seen him by now...



I miss him a lot



Didn’t he momentarily pop up about 6 months ago?
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June 16, 2019, 07:01:48 PM

Pathetic. We can't even buy (all the money in) New Zealand. Yet.

https://www.fiatmarketcap.com/


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June 16, 2019, 07:04:18 PM

A very discreet car to use it daily and that transmits good feeling is the Audi RS4. (Avant, better for me)



The B4 RS4 2.7T Avant was a beast for the day.  I never got into the V8 version. Not even sure what is under the hood now?

The new S series from Audi are introducing diesel engines again (at least in Europe). V6 3 liters, 350hp, tons of torque, hybrid systems.. blah blah.

The worst part are the fake exhaust tips. Fire those engineers plz...

Dunno about the RS´s.

Hybrids are a waste of time.  Part of the reason you go electric is to get rid of maintenance. A hybrid is the worst of both worlds.  Either full electric or full gasoline - none of this half assed stuff.
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June 16, 2019, 07:05:21 PM

Pathetic. We can't even buy (all the money in) New Zealand. Yet.

https://www.fiatmarketcap.com/


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lol the new theory is that it all fits right into what blockstream has been doing. that the kleinman case isn't about getting money.. that they probably have no proof to get it, otherwise they would have presented evidence in form of documents that showed that kleinman owned x% of the bitcoins. they are saying now that the whole case is probably financed by core, and that the goal is to get craig to reveal exactly what bitcoin addresses he owns.. and that they just want this list. that the moment they have this list, they can block these addresses with a softfork on the segwit chain. they are saying its a gregory maxwell idea. kek.
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June 16, 2019, 07:07:21 PM

A very discreet car to use it daily and that transmits good feeling is the Audi RS4. (Avant, better for me)



The B4 RS4 2.7T Avant was a beast for the day.  I never got into the V8 version. Not even sure what is under the hood now?

The new S series from Audi are introducing diesel engines again (at least in Europe). V6 3 liters, 350hp, tons of torque, hybrid systems.. blah blah.

The worst part are the fake exhaust tips. Fire those engineers plz...

Dunno about the RS´s.

Hybrids are a waste of time.  Part of the reason you go electric is to get rid of maintenance. A hybrid is the worst of both worlds.  Either full electric or full gasoline - none of this half assed stuff.

They exist to deceive people into thinking they are any better than full gasoline, they use tags like 'ECO' to make it seem it's such a great alternative but it's basically gasoline with some shitty ass battery.
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June 16, 2019, 07:27:14 PM

A very discreet car to use it daily and that transmits good feeling is the Audi RS4. (Avant, better for me)



The B4 RS4 2.7T Avant was a beast for the day.  I never got into the V8 version. Not even sure what is under the hood now?

The new S series from Audi are introducing diesel engines again (at least in Europe). V6 3 liters, 350hp, tons of torque, hybrid systems.. blah blah.

The worst part are the fake exhaust tips. Fire those engineers plz...

Dunno about the RS´s.

Hybrids are a waste of time.  Part of the reason you go electric is to get rid of maintenance. A hybrid is the worst of both worlds.  Either full electric or full gasoline - none of this half assed stuff.

They exist to deceive people into thinking they are any better than full gasoline, they use tags like 'ECO' to make it seem it's such a great alternative but it's basically gasoline with some shitty ass battery.

I run away any time I see an "ECO" label on anything. It usually means they are trying to sell me something overpriced, or inefficient, or impaired in some way... or make me work for free (recycling). Yet there must be people that seem to be attracted to that FUD or they wouldn't be marketing it... Go figure.

I only care about the raw figures so that I can calculate myself if it fits my needs. They can stick all those tags up their ass.

Oh well, enough grumpy rambling I guess....
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June 16, 2019, 07:27:52 PM

My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

I test drove an R33 GTR. Nice car but the dealer was dodgy.  Odometer misaligned...

Do you find yourself attracting young men at the gas station instead of young ladies ?

Truth be told it's an even mix of ladies and boys haha. But that's ok; I have a wife and didn't buy the car to impress the opposite sex. Spent plenty of money modifying the thing over the years too, now makes over 600hp at all 4 wheels and is a very satisfying and fun car to drive. Yeah it's been a money pit and if I spent the money that I spent on it towards BTC I'd be long retired but hey, we all need our hobbies
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June 16, 2019, 07:29:59 PM

I run away any time I see an "ECO" label on anything. It usually means they are trying to sell me something overpriced, or inefficient, or impaired in some way. Yet there must be people that seem to be attracted to that FUD or they wouldn't be marketing it... Go figure.

I only care about the raw figures so that I can calculate myself if it fits my needs. They can stick all those tags up their ass.

Oh well, enough grumpy rambling I guess....

A Lamborghini LM002 with leaky fuel tanks and fucked tracking that eats tyres every 500km is still more eco friendly than anything you can buy today simply because it's already been constructed and only requires a modest amount of resources to keep going.

If car manufacturers were really serious they'd all become car remanufacturers.

Elon Musk should be selling Morris Marinas fitted with rescued washing machine engines.
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June 16, 2019, 07:32:50 PM

#the house that Jack built

Me curious, have high expectations.... (could be a r0ach type of guy in this movie)....

Didn't like, very weird movie.
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June 16, 2019, 07:36:34 PM

Well VEGETA was fun for one day Smiley
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June 16, 2019, 07:40:32 PM

Well VEGETA was fun for one day Smiley

Another beer-Vegeta opportunity Tongue
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June 16, 2019, 07:40:43 PM

9.3k and we are still 1 year and 3 months away from the bullrun  Cool

My only minor concern if we go up too much, too fast is a massive dump. I’d like the usual cycle to play out as it is supposed to, slowly climbing before a parabolic rise.

Aimed at HM - Is the fractal still likely to be followed even if we go up rapidly now, as in are we likely to hit 6 figures in 2021 even if we go up rapidly now/early?

It’s just a guide.  And the guide is telling us right now we are high, hot and fast.   But the numbers are not unreasonable - we are still below our target price for the halvening.  So no, I don’t think the fractal has been broken at a macro level.  

It is reasonable to expect some pullback in July and August.  But I sure as hell would not short this market or try to sell local tops.




Well, right now I am of the opposite opinion. Simply put, this cycle will play out differently, but let's wait for July/August.
There is no law that says that we cannot peak earlier since mass participation could overwhelm the current absence of halving effects.
Some people keep talking about long bear cycles as well (that might follow the halving of 2020 or 2024).
My last buy (apart from regular smaller monthly DCAs) was at $4200. Leverage is not for me due to prior experience with margin in stocks.
One prediction, though: if stock markets will go down hard (which I don't expect yet), bitcoin will not be able to resist the trend, halving or not.


Trump won't allow the markets to plunge until after his re-election.
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June 16, 2019, 07:42:42 PM

Well VEGETA was fun for one day Smiley
kraken wicked down to 8400
but looks like that was the dip
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June 16, 2019, 07:42:53 PM

Well VEGETA was fun for one day Smiley

Another beer-Vegeta opportunity Tongue

If we go down to low to mid $8,000’s then yes Cheesy Cheesy

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^ And by that I mean the people actually in charge of course
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^I heard it was lizards
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June 16, 2019, 07:48:32 PM

Pathetic. We can't even buy (all the money in) New Zealand. Yet.

https://www.fiatmarketcap.com/
But some of us have more money than the entire country of...STD... combined.

What country is that? Google is not being helpful AT ALL.
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June 16, 2019, 07:49:29 PM

^I heard it was lizards
Also can be called as woman because they also have same mentality of changing into the side which one is doing more favour for them. Cheesy
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