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Question: Sept. 21 Closing Price:
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>$12,000 - 8 (7.8%)
>$20,000 - 6 (5.9%)
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June 20, 2019, 05:56:52 AM

@Pamoldar - Not the yearly high, think we saw $9,399 a week or two ago. It wasn’t for long but we were definitely closer to $9,400 than this.

I don’t even know why I’m awake at 06:30, fuck this back to sleep Cheesy
Yes on bitmex the yearly high is $9496
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June 20, 2019, 06:18:03 AM

Why would you feel bad for a traitor.

Well, now that you've put it that way... I agree that she has utterly betrayed the German people, and Europe, but that's getting into politics. As an American, I'm not sure it's fair for me to speak about foreign politics when our own house is so screwed up.
...do you understand that americans are european?

I've been called some nasty shit, but that takes the cake.





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Seeing as how the point is to buy low, sell high, posting about how something just got done going up 1500-9000x generally makes it a terrible buy.

Apple - Already sold a phone to everyone on the planet so not a whole lot of room for growth there

Amazon - Already has a planet encompassing monopoly

Netflix - Probably can grow bigger but still bloated already

Bitcoin - Not possible to defeat physical metals on Exter's pyramid.  Also has zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize with tokens being non-fungible, making it a permissioned ledger whose only possible endgame evolution is an exact replica of the Chinese social credit score system

Apple can sell a new phone every couple of years so the market is still the entire world

Amazon are no where near being done.

Netflix needs to have a little think but I think it’ll still do alright over the next 10 years.

Bitcoin. Lol. Just buy some bitcoin man. Even as a happiness hedge. In ten years if BTC is over 100k you’re going to be one hell of a drag at parties.  Grin
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June 20, 2019, 06:22:46 AM

@Pamoldar - Not the yearly high, think we saw $9,399 a week or two ago. It wasn’t for long but we were definitely closer to $9,400 than this.

I don’t even know why I’m awake at 06:30, fuck this back to sleep Cheesy
Yes on bitmex the yearly high is $9496

Who the fuck is bitmex?

We do bitstamp in these parts.

High for 2019 at bitstamp was $9,477.70   - nearly 3 days ago.
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Seeing as how the point is to buy low, sell high, posting about how something just got done going up 1500-9000x generally makes it a terrible buy.

Apple - Already sold a phone to everyone on the planet so not a whole lot of room for growth there

Amazon - Already has a planet encompassing monopoly

Netflix - Probably can grow bigger but still bloated already

Bitcoin - Not possible to defeat physical metals on Exter's pyramid.  Also has zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize with tokens being non-fungible, making it a permissioned ledger whose only possible endgame evolution is an exact replica of the Chinese social credit score system

Apple can sell a new phone every couple of years so the market is still the entire world

Amazon are no where near being done.

Netflix needs to have a little think but I think it’ll still do alright over the next 10 years.

Bitcoin. Lol. Just buy some bitcoin man. Even as a happiness hedge. In ten years if BTC is over 100k you’re going to be one hell of a drag at parties.  Grin

No idea about amazon and Netflix but apple is spot on.

Their new phones are overpriced af and whoever I see lately either uses an iPhone 6s or 7. (I am a 6s user myself) and I refuse to pay a grand for a fucking phone it is stupid.

Apple's sale numbers Verifies it too.

http://fortune.com/2019/02/21/apple-iphone-sales-2018/

Bitcoin on the other hand, is just starting. Precious metals suck against bitcoin.
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June 20, 2019, 06:39:06 AM

Who the fuck is bitmex?

We do bitstamp in these parts.

High for 2019 at bitstamp was $9,477.70   - nearly 3 days ago.

Short and to the point. Who are you, and where is JJG???
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Seeing as how the point is to buy low, sell high, posting about how something just got done going up 1500-9000x generally makes it a terrible buy.

Apple - Already sold a phone to everyone on the planet so not a whole lot of room for growth there

Amazon - Already has a planet encompassing monopoly

Netflix - Probably can grow bigger but still bloated already

Bitcoin - Not possible to defeat physical metals on Exter's pyramid.  Also has zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize with tokens being non-fungible, making it a permissioned ledger whose only possible endgame evolution is an exact replica of the Chinese social credit score system

Apple can sell a new phone every couple of years so the market is still the entire world

Amazon are no where near being done.

Netflix needs to have a little think but I think it’ll still do alright over the next 10 years.

Bitcoin. Lol. Just buy some bitcoin man. Even as a happiness hedge. In ten years if BTC is over 100k you’re going to be one hell of a drag at parties.  Grin

No idea about amazon and Netflix but apple is spot on.

Their new phones are overpriced af and whoever I see lately either uses an iPhone 6s or 7. (I am a 6s user myself) and I refuse to pay a grand for a fucking phone it is stupid.

Apple's sale numbers Verifies it too.

http://fortune.com/2019/02/21/apple-iphone-sales-2018/

Bitcoin on the other hand, is just starting. Precious metals suck against bitcoin.


Fully agreed. Apple has probably topped.

Amazon has a lot of room to grow. There are many sectors they are barely touching yet. Also the amount of customers and volume can also grow.

Netflix too, they can still greatly grow their user base, they could even moderately raise their prices while streaming costs and licensing presumably reduce over time and with scale.

But that is speaking of them as a business.... I haven't calculated if the prices of its shares have already discounted future projected growth which perfectly could be the case.

Bitcoin... well they are right in that it can't be valued the same as a business can... but one thing is sure: It has a LOT of room to grow.
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June 20, 2019, 08:22:11 AM

THX for the NEW HAT XhomerX

If someone wanna co-wear into 5-Dig

Lets goooooooo!!!!!!

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Yeah that’s pretty cool, when are you planning to get it done? Show a pic of it when you get it done.

You will see it first! I plan on this weekend

Best of luck, brother.

Don't want to ruin a party for Tattoo's lovers and its simple piece of advice. If you already finalized the BTC rocket design, then I suggest before final ink, put this on your wall for at least 3-4 months, where you can see this every day and if after a couple of months you still want this design on your body then go for it.

That's how I am going to choose a design for myself if I ever plan to get ink on my body.

Flawed, just go for it  Cool

I still don't regret any of mine Tongue

You are biased in this topic :p

Even I suggest him to hire a concept artist for a couple of 100 bucks and create a unique sketch-designs regarding BTC, not some random design from the google.

Tattoos are not good opsec.  Tattoos about BTC can be quite problematic, and disclosing them on the interwebs is exacerbates the problematic direction.  Hopefully, the vast majority of peeps are giving some mature attention to their choices in this direction, including time to consider whether their tatooing decision is good, in spite of some of the "feels good man" emotions that they might experience in the direction of such purported personalization of their meat wagons.

I think this presumes too much.

Its not that hard to get a list of rich people. They don't all hide away.

Why will bitcoin be different from the windfall of daddy's import export company millions? They will probably be quaffing champagne in the same wine bars.



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June 20, 2019, 08:43:29 AM

Bullish continuation pattern?
I'm very bullish now on Bitcoin, especially if we break above $9,500. I'm so excited Kiss

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The article said she had a previous bout but it stopped after she ate something.  It could have been low blood sugar, or she could be diabetic.  That would cause shaking of that sort.

I actually kinda feel bad for Merkel if she was genuinely just dehydrated and didn't have the foresight/time to have a snack or something before the event. Don't like her or her politics at all, but on a human level, it was troubling to watch her try to maintain her composure during the fit. Not going to speculate on any possible developing neurological issues, as I understand she has a history with this sort of health issue.

Hillary Clinton on the other hand, zero sympathy. Remember those blue-tinted anti-seizure glasses she was photographed wearing a while back ?  Roll Eyes

You are right its fucking hideous had 2 episodes of this, one at a pool match when I couldn't play at all due to the shaking and my bridge hand wouldn't open from a fist (it was really embarrassing) and once in the supermarket and I was stuck right in the middle of the place unable to pay. Doctor said there may be some injections needed as first thought, lowered blood pressure and increased fitness, turned out to be not the case. In fact she upped my BP medicine on the spot.

After the stomach operations last year and now this fine motor functions based issue I am feeling very mortal.

I really must work out the instructions for my family in worst case.

I will probably give my partner a few trustworthy names from here in case she needs some help and I am not around.
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THX for the NEW HAT XhomerX

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Lets goooooooo!!!!!!

Thant you xhomerx for another great piece of art!
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Seeing as how the point is to buy low, sell high, posting about how something just got done going up 1500-9000x generally makes it a terrible buy.

Apple - Already sold a phone to everyone on the planet so not a whole lot of room for growth there

Amazon - Already has a planet encompassing monopoly

Netflix - Probably can grow bigger but still bloated already

Bitcoin - Not possible to defeat physical metals on Exter's pyramid.  Also has zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize with tokens being non-fungible, making it a permissioned ledger whose only possible endgame evolution is an exact replica of the Chinese social credit score system

Apple can sell a new phone every couple of years so the market is still the entire world

Amazon are no where near being done.

Netflix needs to have a little think but I think it’ll still do alright over the next 10 years.

Bitcoin. Lol. Just buy some bitcoin man. Even as a happiness hedge. In ten years if BTC is over 100k you’re going to be one hell of a drag at parties.  Grin


Yeah and does apple half the supply of phones every now and then?

False comparrisons
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Seeing as how the point is to buy low, sell high, posting about how something just got done going up 1500-9000x generally makes it a terrible buy.

Apple - Already sold a phone to everyone on the planet so not a whole lot of room for growth there

Amazon - Already has a planet encompassing monopoly

Netflix - Probably can grow bigger but still bloated already

Bitcoin - Not possible to defeat physical metals on Exter's pyramid.  Also has zero fundamentals from transaction validators being designed to centralize with tokens being non-fungible, making it a permissioned ledger whose only possible endgame evolution is an exact replica of the Chinese social credit score system

Apple can sell a new phone every couple of years so the market is still the entire world

Amazon are no where near being done.

Netflix needs to have a little think but I think it’ll still do alright over the next 10 years.

Bitcoin. Lol. Just buy some bitcoin man. Even as a happiness hedge. In ten years if BTC is over 100k you’re going to be one hell of a drag at parties.  Grin

No idea about amazon and Netflix but apple is spot on.

Their new phones are overpriced af and whoever I see lately either uses an iPhone 6s or 7. (I am a 6s user myself) and I refuse to pay a grand for a fucking phone it is stupid.

Apple's sale numbers Verifies it too.

http://fortune.com/2019/02/21/apple-iphone-sales-2018/

Bitcoin on the other hand, is just starting. Precious metals suck against bitcoin.


Fully agreed. Apple has probably topped.

Amazon has a lot of room to grow. There are many sectors they are barely touching yet. Also the amount of customers and volume can also grow.

Netflix too, they can still greatly grow their user base, they could even moderately raise their prices while streaming costs and licensing presumably reduce over time and with scale.

But that is speaking of them as a business.... I haven't calculated if the prices of its shares have already discounted future projected growth which perfectly could be the case.

Bitcoin... well they are right in that it can't be valued the same as a business can... but one thing is sure: It has a LOT of room to grow.

For Apple to have topped as a company then it would have to have some pretty shit management. Surely the amount of cash they have should stop that from happening.

Their reserves also mean they have so much to play with in terms of R and D. You might be right but I would be extremely surprised if they are not at the forefront of every new technology coming out because if they see value they are literally able to buy their way into pole position through acquiring companies.

Maybe I’m still a fanboy but all of those stocks have done me well and I’m not selling yet.

(Of course if I’d just bought more BTC at then time for the same money then it’s a different story but you’ve got to have a little diversification.)
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June 20, 2019, 09:38:57 AM

@Pamoldar - Not the yearly high, think we saw $9,399 a week or two ago. It wasn’t for long but we were definitely closer to $9,400 than this.

I don’t even know why I’m awake at 06:30, fuck this back to sleep Cheesy
Yes on bitmex the yearly high is $9496

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June 20, 2019, 09:42:26 AM

Who the fuck is bitmex?

We do bitstamp in these parts.

High for 2019 at bitstamp was $9,477.70   - nearly 3 days ago.

Short and to the point. Who are you, and where is JJG???

Thursday rule....  normal its just STFU, so he's already out of line with those few worths
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how long before the roaches have to have a

despair party?
couple of years?
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Any update from V8?
apologies again for blurting it out here, shouldn't have. but thanks to those who pm or posted. it really helped, and some good advices.
not gonna 'update' here, sorry, too mundane, after saying: me and mrs plan to muck about now as much as possible in between her treatments, like the old days. meanwhile i'll try to keep my 'contibutions' to the thread as they were before ^ Roll Eyes, if less frequent.
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June 20, 2019, 10:43:01 AM

how long before the roaches have to have a

despair party?
couple of years?

2021 seems a bit optimistic.

I’ve always been under with my predictions in the past though.
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Any update from V8?
apologies again for blurting it out here, shouldn't have. but thanks to those who pm or posted. it really helped, and some good advices.
not gonna 'update' here, sorry, too mundane, after saying: me and mrs plan to muck about now as much as possible in between her treatments, like the old days. meanwhile i'll try to keep my 'contibutions' to the thread as they were before ^ Roll Eyes, if less frequent.

Hey it's no problem V8. We all need to vent on occasion
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