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October 21, 2013, 12:13:40 PM
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I wonder why

if Wobber buys more == price decline

and not

if price decline == Wobber buys more

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October 21, 2013, 12:15:11 PM
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Ofc it is a bubble Cheesy, people are in "euphoric" state at the moment.

And there are "more euphoric" and "more and more euphoric", "extremely euphoric", "deadly euphoric" state later on...

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October 21, 2013, 12:17:59 PM
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When will October's bubble burst?

November.

But it is fun to watch. A lot of bot action, then the real trades in small amounts. Then the 25, 50, 100 trades to shift it up or down a dollar in one go.

The stock market today is a war zone, where algobots fight each other over pennies, millions of times a second.
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October 21, 2013, 12:20:55 PM
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Ofc it is a bubble Cheesy, people are in "euphoric" state at the moment.

And there are "more euphoric" and "more and more euphoric", "extremely euphoric", "deadly euphoric" state later on...

I have too agree that this is so fun and exciting I was jumping around the house. And my gf asked if I have a date or something...


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October 21, 2013, 12:23:09 PM
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If I had to guess, I'd say around the $200 mark
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October 21, 2013, 12:26:23 PM
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Im no expert, but couldnt the fact that a new market is entering bitcoin (china) mean that the hike upwards now is almost like a correction?
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October 21, 2013, 12:26:51 PM
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this isn't a bubble, but a permanent rise, this is the start of Bitcoin rise

Bought all in at 194 so prepare for a sharp and violent decline anytime from now and 20 minutes from now.

LOL. I feel ya' brother
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October 21, 2013, 12:32:51 PM
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this isn't a bubble, but a permanent rise, this is the start of Bitcoin rise

Bought all in at 194 so prepare for a sharp and violent decline anytime from now and 20 minutes from now.

LOL. I feel ya' brother

i think i´m plagued by the same disease  Cry
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October 21, 2013, 12:39:44 PM
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I am sat biting my nails wondering whether to sell now and wipe out some £££ debt or whether to hold and see if it continues to rise. I remember being in this same situation earlier in the year with the last big rise and it burst just as I was about to pull the trigger...
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October 21, 2013, 12:49:37 PM
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I am sat biting my nails wondering whether to sell now and wipe out some £££ debt or whether to hold and see if it continues to rise. I remember being in this same situation earlier in the year with the last big rise and it burst just as I was about to pull the trigger...

Dude, think seriously. With debd you're on minus. It's better a thousand times to be at 0 and have nothing.

Debt the chain every man should struggle to break. Then you can go back gathering, hunting or whatever our ancestors did.

I hate debt.

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October 21, 2013, 12:57:06 PM
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this isn't a bubble, but a permanent rise, this is the start of Bitcoin rise

Bought all in at 194 so prepare for a sharp and violent decline anytime from now and 20 minutes from now.
Well, then I am selling - but wait...then it will go to 1000!  Tongue
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October 21, 2013, 12:57:54 PM
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Im not trader, but is there chance it is not a bubble, but just china increase of Bitcoin demand? I hope so

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October 21, 2013, 01:01:57 PM
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this isn't a bubble, but a permanent rise, this is the start of Bitcoin rise

Bought all in at 194 so prepare for a sharp and violent decline anytime from now and 20 minutes from now.
Well, then I am selling - but wait...then it will go to 1000!  Tongue

Just work in steps and you will have less regrets. Sell some, keep some.
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October 21, 2013, 01:06:15 PM
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Its going to go burst soon, i can feel it. Everyone sell all ur bitcoins.

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October 21, 2013, 01:07:24 PM
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Dude, think seriously. With debd you're on minus. It's better a thousand times to be at 0 and have nothing.

Debt the chain every man should struggle to break. Then you can go back gathering, hunting or whatever our ancestors did.

I hate debt.
methinks it's good to have debt. As long as your wealth exceeds it. As long as you don't take more debt than you have weath you're technically above 0
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October 21, 2013, 01:09:10 PM
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We're due a correction as bitcoins is looking a little overbought in the short term. But this is no were near a bubble yet. Does feel like it has potential to go back into bubble territory though..
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October 21, 2013, 01:11:19 PM
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I am sat biting my nails wondering whether to sell now and wipe out some £££ debt or whether to hold and see if it continues to rise. I remember being in this same situation earlier in the year with the last big rise and it burst just as I was about to pull the trigger...

Dude, think seriously. With debd you're on minus. It's better a thousand times to be at 0 and have nothing.

Debt the chain every man should struggle to break. Then you can go back gathering, hunting or whatever our ancestors did.

I hate debt.

As Robert Kiosaki says, theres good debt and bad debt.

If you go into debt to buy a new car or tv or something that is bad debt.
If you go into debt to buy investments which yield more than the interest on the debt, that is good debt
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October 21, 2013, 01:37:21 PM
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I am sat biting my nails wondering whether to sell now and wipe out some £££ debt or whether to hold and see if it continues to rise. I remember being in this same situation earlier in the year with the last big rise and it burst just as I was about to pull the trigger...

Dude, think seriously. With debd you're on minus. It's better a thousand times to be at 0 and have nothing.

Debt the chain every man should struggle to break. Then you can go back gathering, hunting or whatever our ancestors did.

I hate debt.

As Robert Kiosaki says, theres good debt and bad debt.

If you go into debt to buy a new car or tv or something that is bad debt.
If you go into debt to buy investments which yield more than the interest on the debt, that is good debt

What if you go into debt to play at a mtgox/bitstamp casino?
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October 21, 2013, 01:40:49 PM
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This would make sense if the buyer waits for the end of the crash (after the peak) to buy.
Buying now with money that one can't afford to lose is crazy IMO.

Sometimes, if it looks too bullish, it's actually bearish
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October 21, 2013, 01:51:32 PM
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I am sat biting my nails wondering whether to sell now and wipe out some £££ debt or whether to hold and see if it continues to rise. I remember being in this same situation earlier in the year with the last big rise and it burst just as I was about to pull the trigger...

Dude, think seriously. With debd you're on minus. It's better a thousand times to be at 0 and have nothing.

Debt the chain every man should struggle to break. Then you can go back gathering, hunting or whatever our ancestors did.

I hate debt.

As Robert Kiosaki says, theres good debt and bad debt.

If you go into debt to buy a new car or tv or something that is bad debt.
If you go into debt to buy investments which yield more than the interest on the debt, that is good debt

What if you go into debt to play at a mtgox/bitstamp casino?

Your yield is negative, so its a bad debt Smiley

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