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June 21, 2011, 05:06:28 PM
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Seriously. You want regulation?

Trade the green toilet paper equity markets in the USA.

They are, at best, a joke. They will eventually collapse when all the federal debt comes to fore. Invest wisely.



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The stock market will experience a real crash in the next months and will likely make  a low in the 2014-2016 time zone.

The declines from 2000 and 2007 are nothing compared to what will happen. You will be able to collect the Dow under 1000, probably in the 400 range or even lower.

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June 21, 2011, 05:09:20 PM
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Why are you all confusing MtGox and Bitcoin?
Here we are talking about MtGox, not Bitcoin.
Would MtGox be trading carrots instead of bitcoins, that would not change at all my argument.

Are all people on this forum suffering of selection bias?

many lack business experience and perspective, and they derive their legal and political propositions from impractical abstractions. you have to keep in mind, unfortunately, that in these forums you're arguing practical matters that require context-sensitivity with inexperienced people who lack perspective and are easily blind to the faults of any argument that is presented to them as 'in favour of the free market'.

what you're saying in this discussion seems correct to me.

those who think bitcoin is opposed to the very notion of contract law and regulated markets misunderstand bitcoin, contract law, and markets.
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June 21, 2011, 05:21:03 PM
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The stock market will experience a real crash in the next months

Is that a maya prophecy or something?
Man, a *real* crash, I am curious what that could look like.


and will likely make  a low in the 2014-2016 time zone.

Damn, I would have thought you would predict that for 2012.
Nostradamus maybe?

Hmm wait, so it will crash in the next months, but it will make a low in 2014-2016?
So it is going to crash high in the next months?
Rally!!! Buy buy buy!!

Btw, what is the relation with the topic?
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June 21, 2011, 10:47:19 PM
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The relation to the topic is that I was responding to tradertimm's post.

2012 may mark a big low already, but the final wave is likely to hit the lows a couple of year later

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June 21, 2011, 11:17:16 PM
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many lack business experience and perspective, and they derive their legal and political propositions from impractical abstractions. you have to keep in mind, unfortunately, that in these forums you're arguing practical matters that require context-sensitivity with inexperienced people who lack perspective and are easily blind to the faults of any argument that is presented to them as 'in favour of the free market'.

good stuff
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