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Question: Oct. 5 Closing Price:
$0 - 5 (3.5%)
<$8,000 - 38 (27%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 16 (11.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (7.1%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 13 (9.2%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (8.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 10 (7.1%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 5 (3.5%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 2 (1.4%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (2.8%)
>$12,000 - 17 (12.1%)
>$20,000 - 9 (6.4%)
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If I would have overheard that in a conversation then I would have a good talk with her and tell her to find the man she wants...
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P.S. Bitfinex seems to be doing scheduled maintenance. Saw a flatline....
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Women run modern civilization.  It is a gynocentric empire of nothingness with men as their work mule donkey slaves.  The man essentially wastes his life to facilitate the woman's mindless desires about things like diamond rings and $100k weddings purchased with debt.  There is no way out of that paradigm until men boycott marriage entirely.  Since women are unable to compete against men as a group in anything, they will then fall into poverty and powerlessness and be forced to negotiate with men on their terms instead of the ball being in their court.  Shouldn't take very long for this to happen naturally since a man in current day would have to be completely insane to want to get married in the first place.

I’m not even 35, I’ve been with my girl for 11 years & we’re not even engaged & we have no children. Lots of people think it’s weird but we’re selfish & we like to do what we want to do, not what others want & expect Smiley
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Women run modern civilization.  It is a gynocentric empire of nothingness with men as their work mule donkey slaves.  The man essentially wastes his life to facilitate the woman's mindless desires about things like diamond rings and $100k weddings purchased with debt.  There is no way out of that paradigm until men boycott marriage entirely.  Since women are unable to compete against men as a group in anything, they will then fall into poverty and powerlessness and be forced to negotiate with men on their terms instead of the ball being in their court.  Shouldn't take very long for this to happen naturally since a man in current day would have to be completely insane to want to get married in the first place.

I’m not even 35, I’ve been with my girl for 11 years & we’re not even engaged & we have no children. Lots of people think it’s weird but we’re selfish & we like to do what we want to do, not what others want & expect Smiley

You are married.  It's a common law marriage in like every country in the west.  She can randomly just wake up one morning and say "I'm tired of you.  You are not a good court jester to keep me entertained anymore" and then steal 50%+ of your assets in court AND alimony.  The state knows that women are a net negative tax burden so they structure the system to illegitimately outsource that burden onto random bystander men.  The key aspect of this classification is cohabitation over an extended period of time.
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Not sure how accurate this source is...but something to keep you guys busy in Bearish and Baby Bull trend.

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September 02, 2019, 10:11:23 AM

I like how it says "43% of bitcoiners employed" and tries to sell it as a positive thing.  Maybe the national unemployment rate is really like 90% now and it actually is positive!
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Not sure how accurate this source is...but something to keep you guys busy in Bearish and Baby Bull trend.

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Things can move quite fast with the new generations.
I remember in 2016 there was far less people with their nose on their smartphone than in 2019 (in my country anyway), Bitcoin could be mainstream in 2022, who knows.
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Not sure how accurate this source is...but something to keep you guys busy in Bearish and Baby Bull trend.

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Got me nailed.
6 of 9 for me.
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September 02, 2019, 10:39:49 AM
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https://twitter.com/inmortalcrypto/status/1168215051385430016

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September 02, 2019, 10:44:11 AM

McAfees original prediction was $500k too. I know he is a clown but... what if Cheesy
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https://twitter.com/inmortalcrypto/status/1168215051385430016

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Thank you! By the way nice chart!
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https://twitter.com/inmortalcrypto/status/1168215051385430016

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I really like the look of this projected chart, especially the next ‘crash’ which shows the price at still over the current ATH. I can definitely live with that.
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I really like the look of this projected chart, especially the next ‘crash’ which shows the price at still over the current ATH. I can definitely live with that.

The problem with that chart is, the other 4 chars I shared were predicting $80-100k as the top, this one says it can go as high as $500k.

Where is the problem? If this one happens to be true and the others not, I won't be having enough btc to enjoy that  $500k. I know I'll be having at least 1, but is it enough? Cool

People will he cashing out to lambos like there is no tomorrow once we go above 50-60k. I find it pretty unrealistic to see it going above $100k in this bull run but who knows... what if...
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Women run modern civilization.  It is a gynocentric empire of nothingness with men as their work mule donkey slaves.  The man essentially wastes his life to facilitate the woman's mindless desires about things like diamond rings and $100k weddings purchased with debt.  There is no way out of that paradigm until men boycott marriage entirely.  Since women are unable to compete against men as a group in anything, they will then fall into poverty and powerlessness and be forced to negotiate with men on their terms instead of the ball being in their court.  Shouldn't take very long for this to happen naturally since a man in current day would have to be completely insane to want to get married in the first place.

I’m not even 35, I’ve been with my girl for 11 years & we’re not even engaged & we have no children. Lots of people think it’s weird but we’re selfish & we like to do what we want to do, not what others want & expect Smiley

I'm 33 and have been with my (now wife) for 15 years... only been married for 4 of those years however. Don't let other peoples ideas of "what is right" dictate your relationship. People have constantly asked us when we are having kids and when we tell them we aren't we are looked at like we have some sort of mental condition. But it works for us, we enjoy our lives and don't see a reason to change.

People like r0ach are just bitter, twisted men who think all women are pieces of shit. Sure some are... but so are some men too
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September 02, 2019, 11:40:15 AM

The only minor problem with this chart i see is that compared to the 2012 it could have a little bit higher level before the next halvening. Maybe around 16k-18k which is at least 60%-80% higher from the current price. I don't like to compare to the chart in 2014-2016 where the Mt.Gox caused more damage than it should happen.
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I really like the look of this projected chart, especially the next ‘crash’ which shows the price at still over the current ATH. I can definitely live with that.

The problem with that chart is, the other 4 chars I shared were predicting $80-100k as the top, this one says it can go as high as $500k.

Where is the problem? If this one happens to be true and the others not, I won't be having enough btc to enjoy that  $500k. I know I'll be having at least 1, but is it enough? Cool

People will he cashing out to lambos like there is no tomorrow once we go above 50-60k. I find it pretty unrealistic to see it going above $100k in this bull run but who knows... what if...

I think it’s a good idea to plan to sell a good % below $100,000. I reckon it will act as some kind of sell trigger because psychologically people will fold at $100,000.

I might be wrong & FOMO might take us charging to $150,000 & beyond but I just have a hunch we’ll top out at $120,000 or something before the next bear market sends us crashing to $40,000 or something.

I don’t want to miss out on major life changing money & have to wait another 4 years until 2025 or something.
I think I might sell 50% at $70,000 or something (I change my mind & my strategy regularly though.
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I really like the look of this projected chart, especially the next ‘crash’ which shows the price at still over the current ATH. I can definitely live with that.

The problem with that chart is, the other 4 chars I shared were predicting $80-100k as the top, this one says it can go as high as $500k.

Where is the problem? If this one happens to be true and the others not, I won't be having enough btc to enjoy that  $500k. I know I'll be having at least 1, but is it enough? Cool

People will he cashing out to lambos like there is no tomorrow once we go above 50-60k. I find it pretty unrealistic to see it going above $100k in this bull run but who knows... what if...

I think it’s a good idea to plan to sell a good % below $100,000. I reckon it will act as some kind of sell trigger because psychologically people will fold at $100,000.

I might be wrong & FOMO might take us charging to $150,000 & beyond but I just have a hunch we’ll top out at $120,000 or something before the next bear market sends us crashing to $40,000 or something.

I don’t want to miss out on major life changing money & have to wait another 4 years until 2025 or something.
I think I might sell 50% at $70,000 or something (I change my mind & my strategy regularly though.

Whatever you do sell, make sure that it just doesn't sit in cash though. I will be selling some too, but, only enough to buy my family a home, and then enough to produce a passive income for myself. Everything else will stay in Bitcoin, and I will add to that stash where I can.

Edit: BTW, it's selfish to have children, not the other way around. I have one and my reasons were certainly not selfless. I wanted someone to care for, someone who will be there when I'm old, somebody who can enjoy activities with. All selfish reasons. Best decision ever as well. It makes you understand what is important in life. A good family, and child in particular, is where true wealth lies. Unmarried and always will be.
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September 02, 2019, 12:50:16 PM

Those wondering about the impact of BAKKT on the market, needs to realize something else.

It's not the fact that they are going live within days. It's completely the relative timing.

They could have gone live over a year ago. The tech was already in place and working behind closed doors.

But they didn't. They delayed it.

So ask yourself: Why go live now? Why not a year ago? Or why not kick the can for another year?
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I really like the look of this projected chart, especially the next ‘crash’ which shows the price at still over the current ATH. I can definitely live with that.

The problem with that chart is, the other 4 chars I shared were predicting $80-100k as the top, this one says it can go as high as $500k.

Where is the problem? If this one happens to be true and the others not, I won't be having enough btc to enjoy that  $500k. I know I'll be having at least 1, but is it enough? Cool

People will he cashing out to lambos like there is no tomorrow once we go above 50-60k. I find it pretty unrealistic to see it going above $100k in this bull run but who knows... what if...

I think it’s a good idea to plan to sell a good % below $100,000. I reckon it will act as some kind of sell trigger because psychologically people will fold at $100,000.

I might be wrong & FOMO might take us charging to $150,000 & beyond but I just have a hunch we’ll top out at $120,000 or something before the next bear market sends us crashing to $40,000 or something.

I don’t want to miss out on major life changing money & have to wait another 4 years until 2025 or something.
I think I might sell 50% at $70,000 or something (I change my mind & my strategy regularly though.

Don't worry! When we get there i will tell you all of the important levels so you can act before that & DYOR (DoYourOwnResearch)
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September 02, 2019, 12:57:54 PM
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Those wondering about the impact of BAKKT on the market, needs to realize something else.

It's not the fact that they are going live within days. It's completely the relative timing.

They could have gone live over a year ago. The tech was already in place and working behind closed doors.

But they didn't. They delayed it.

So ask yourself: Why go live now? Why not a year ago? Or why not kick the can for another year?

Is it too obvious to state that we were in a bear market last year, the impact of opening would have been minimal & the interest would have been lower?

 
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