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July 15, 2017, 11:44:23 PM
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Double bottem they said... Hodl they said.. fake manipulation they said.. cheap coins they said..




I sodl at the right time fella's



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July 15, 2017, 11:52:00 PM
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EFT Fail event = 800 USD down.
Now ?



Only 700 USD.
But in 1st August and after, yeah ... it can be a mess "for a time only".

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July 15, 2017, 11:57:54 PM
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2017Bubble = kwukduck. It is obvious.
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July 16, 2017, 05:05:36 AM
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it is because you sold at the bottom not on top.
when you sell after all the dumps happened and price reached a very low price, then obviously you start feeling like a sinking ship and feel obligations to post what you feel on this forum too.

I feel your pain man. you should be nervous when the price you sold at is only 1-2% higher than the current market price. Wink

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July 16, 2017, 05:34:19 AM
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I sold some cheap bitcoin I picked up at $2,325/$3,100CDN and though that I sold at the bottom and I was going to get hammered during a recovery swing within the market that would have happened just after I sold. Then I saw the bull trap and thought about buying in again. Now I look at the market and I am pretty content with my decision. Saved myself a lot of headaches now and then, and I pulled out of being a bag holder just in time.

I'll look for the $1,400-$1,800 buy-in, I hope that your analysis is right and I am able to pull some deals out of this.














 

 

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July 16, 2017, 11:51:13 AM
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All over this place threads popping up to scare the shit out of users. Yawn!!!
@OP: This Beanie Babies crap is so 2014!!!
Be more creative next time!
This is lame. Buying here with each 5% price drop!

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July 16, 2017, 01:24:57 PM
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2017Bubble = kwukduck. It is obvious.
Not to me, it isn't. I need to hear it from him. I just bought about BTC50 and I'd like some reassurance from his reverse crystal ball that I've done the right thing. Undecided

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July 16, 2017, 01:30:42 PM
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Could you elaborate on the Beanie Babies reference? I have never heard of that before. I am genuinely curious.

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July 16, 2017, 10:58:47 PM
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Could you elaborate on the Beanie Babies reference? I have never heard of that before. I am genuinely curious.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beanie_Babies
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July 17, 2017, 04:25:31 AM
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Could you elaborate on the Beanie Babies reference? I have never heard of that before. I am genuinely curious.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beanie_Babies

I read the whole page. Fascinating! Those are some great toys.

But why post about a toy in Bitcoin Speculation?

I genuinely want to know.

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July 17, 2017, 06:42:47 AM
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But why post about a toy in Bitcoin Speculation?

I genuinely want to know.
Because, along with Dutch tulips and the South Sea Company, Beanie Babies are often used as an example of an economic bubble by people ignorant of the fact that the causes of the rise and fall of the value of these assets is well understood, and was predictable (to some extent) even at the time. Furthermore, the circumstances of these cases are all very different from each other and from Bitcoin, and any decent economist would laugh at the suggestion that they're comparable.

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July 17, 2017, 08:51:56 AM
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But why post about a toy in Bitcoin Speculation?

I genuinely want to know.
Because, along with Dutch tulips and the South Sea Company, Beanie Babies are often used as an example of an economic bubble by people ignorant of the fact that the causes of the rise and fall of the value of these assets is well understood, and was predictable (to some extent) even at the time. Furthermore, the circumstances of these cases are all very different from each other and from Bitcoin, and any decent economist would laugh at the suggestion that they're comparable.

Bah. You ruined it. I wanted OP to explain it all to me. How he is such a genius for coming up with the idea of Beanie Babies and Bitcoin...as if he is such an economic mastermind.

I am sure he would have eventually mentioned tulips too. And also thought that he was being original on that one too.

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July 17, 2017, 10:45:15 AM
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2017Bubble = kwukduck. It is obvious.
Not to me, it isn't. I need to hear it from him. I just bought about BTC50 and I'd like some reassurance from his reverse crystal ball that I've done the right thing. Undecided

You want to hear me say that was stupid? Yes it was, price will crash a lot more as the panic and chaos increases for the weeks to come. Consider how far it has crashed so far, and how much time we still have to go until the chain split. I can tell you the crash hasn't even started yet!

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July 17, 2017, 10:57:39 AM
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You want to hear me say that was stupid? Yes it was, price will crash a lot more as the panic and chaos increases for the weeks to come. Consider how far it has crashed so far, and how much time we still have to go until the chain split. I can tell you the crash hasn't even started yet!
As long as you remain holding an ultra bearish stance, we'll be doing just fine. It has proven to be a solid way of measuring potential growth throughout the last year(s). Smiley

Seriously, I will start to worry at the moment kwukduck turns into a solid bull. I think that's a pretty safe way of making sure to cash out profits as soon as possible!

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July 17, 2017, 11:52:09 AM
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2017Bubble = kwukduck. It is obvious.

Yeah this is an obvious alt from kwukduck, he doesn't want to be posting again under his main account because he has had so many wrong predictions that he doesn't wan to rin his "reputation" even more (even if he has noone and no one takes him seriously anymore).

This is just another opportunity to get cheap BTC before a new ATH.

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July 17, 2017, 02:18:38 PM
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I sold all mine in June at around $2,300. The bubble is deflating look out below.. Fun ride but I am out until prices stabilize, I might buy back in at triple digits. 

Sure sign of a bubble - 1- Everyone is buying on pure speculation Bennie Babies, extra houses and condos in the 2008 housing bubble, Tulips, etc "just buy it will always be worth more." 
2- Look at the charts, pure spike. That is not sustainable..

No one is actually using Bitcions in a mainstream use. People have to jump tru hoops just to buy a trinket on line. No one is storing wealth in it because it is to unstable and new.

Pure Speculation=Pure Bubble
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July 17, 2017, 02:28:29 PM
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First shoots of recovery popping through now, back above $2000. I don't think there will be further epic collapsing as some predict.

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July 17, 2017, 02:35:09 PM
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I sold all mine in June at around $2,300. The bubble is deflating look out below.. Fun ride but I am out until prices stabilize, I might buy back in at triple digits. 

Sure sign of a bubble - 1- Everyone is buying on pure speculation Bennie Babies, extra houses and condos in the 2008 housing bubble, Tulips, etc "just buy it will always be worth more." 
2- Look at the charts, pure spike. That is not sustainable..

No one is actually using Bitcions in a mainstream use. People have to jump tru hoops just to buy a trinket on line. No one is storing wealth in it because it is to unstable and new.

Pure Speculation=Pure Bubble

I suggest you stay out. Fiat will give you everything you could ever hope for.

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July 17, 2017, 02:51:24 PM
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I suggest you stay out. Fiat will give you everything you could ever hope for.

Why would I stay out. Fiat currency will not go up and down 20% in a week. Might go down that much in a week in Nigeria or Valenzuela.

Bitcoins is a speculative game at this stage. If you plain on "buy and hold" you are going to get burned..
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July 17, 2017, 03:03:17 PM
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But why post about a toy in Bitcoin Speculation?

I genuinely want to know.
Because, along with Dutch tulips and the South Sea Company, Beanie Babies are often used as an example of an economic bubble by people ignorant of the fact that the causes of the rise and fall of the value of these assets is well understood, and was predictable (to some extent) even at the time. Furthermore, the circumstances of these cases are all very different from each other and from Bitcoin, and any decent economist would laugh at the suggestion that they're comparable.

Bah. You ruined it. I wanted OP to explain it all to me. How he is such a genius for coming up with the idea of Beanie Babies and Bitcoin...as if he is such an economic mastermind.

I am sure he would have eventually mentioned tulips too. And also thought that he was being original on that one too.

At least Bitcoin, whatever will happen, should be a lot better recorded for study than tulipmania or Beanie babies. I also think Trolls, the toy I mean, is comparable to beanies. Bitcoin cannot really be compared to any of those examples, otherwise I might also use the urban legend of soda can tabs (it was real! everyone I knew collected and paid crazy amounts for them!).

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