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July 02, 2011, 01:02:48 AM
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ya you sell fella, keep buying high and selling low so I can keep making money off you. I just bought at low $15s and by next week I'll be making at least a few dollars per BTC. Hey keep selling though, drive that price down a little more and I'll pick up some more bargains.

This sh*t is like free money
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July 02, 2011, 01:26:21 AM
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shit is gonna hit the fan this weekend and you don't want to be stuck with worthless bitcois

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July 02, 2011, 04:10:27 AM
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@TurboK: I'm not too familiar with terminology, but didn't the bubble burst at 30 USD? Can it burst twice, or would it be a new one now?

Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 1.7$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 3$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 8$
Everybody was saying that the bubble burst when prices fell back to 4$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 9$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 17$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 23$
Everybody was saying that it was a bubble waiting to be burst when prices hit 30$
Everybody is saying now that the bubble has burst now with prices back to 15$

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July 02, 2011, 04:23:35 AM
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im glad i sold all my coins because of this 1.50 plunge into darkness







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July 02, 2011, 01:40:26 PM
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im glad i sold all my coins because of this 1.50 plunge into darkness







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Why not?  If you sold all your coins at 16.x and bought them all back at 15.y then you would have extra money.  I take that seriously.
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July 02, 2011, 06:21:29 PM
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im glad i sold all my coins because of this 1.50 plunge into darkness







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Why not?  If you sold all your coins at 16.x and bought them all back at 15.y then you would have extra money.  I take that seriously.

He would have more bitcoins than before, but if the price kept on dropping he would have less purchasing power than before.
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