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November 05, 2013, 08:11:48 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad


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November 05, 2013, 08:12:27 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad


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November 05, 2013, 08:13:23 PM
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Good point.

It's already bouncing back, too.

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November 05, 2013, 08:13:39 PM
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8 second flash crash, I love the BTC market lol.

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November 05, 2013, 08:14:41 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad



Corrections aren't bubblepops, they are normal market behaviour. Much like the spring I wouldn't be surprised if a whole lot of people just lost a whole lot of coins and will chase the price upwards as we continue to climb once the correction is complete.  
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November 05, 2013, 08:14:56 PM
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8 second flash crash, I love the BTC market lol.
Yes exactly!  Grin
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November 05, 2013, 08:16:38 PM
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How can we see the amount sold?

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November 05, 2013, 08:18:48 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad



Corrections aren't bubblepops, they are normal market behaviour. Much like the spring I wouldn't be surprised if a whole lot of people just lost a whole lot of coins and will chase the price upwards as we continue to climb once the correction is complete.  

Yes, I know. I am not selling anytime soon. I figured we were having a significant correction. When I said break $266 I mean before I finish this pizza I just bought for 0.08 BTC.:)Now, we might have to wait for the Chinese to wake up.





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November 05, 2013, 08:22:31 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad



Corrections aren't bubblepops, they are normal market behaviour. Much like the spring I wouldn't be surprised if a whole lot of people just lost a whole lot of coins and will chase the price upwards as we continue to climb once the correction is complete.  

Yes, I know. I am not selling anytime soon. I figured we were having a significant correction. When I said break $266 I mean before I finish this pizza I just bought for 0.08 BTC.:)Now, we might have to wait for the Chinese to wake up.






LOL excellent!  Grin
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November 05, 2013, 08:38:47 PM
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Just a redistribution of wealth from old Bitcoiners to beginners.
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November 05, 2013, 08:40:32 PM
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... We shall see.

Was hoping to break $266 tho Sad



Corrections aren't bubblepops, they are normal market behaviour. Much like the spring I wouldn't be surprised if a whole lot of people just lost a whole lot of coins and will chase the price upwards as we continue to climb once the correction is complete. 

Yes, I know. I am not selling anytime soon. I figured we were having a significant correction. When I said break $266 I mean before I finish this pizza I just bought for 0.08 BTC.:)Now, we might have to wait for the Chinese to wake up.






I suspect it's significant. That said, it's healthy. We've been flying high longer then ever now.

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November 05, 2013, 11:56:27 PM
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I am not saying that we're not gonna go up some more but I saw today's "correction". It was a bubblepop. Numbers were going backwards like a watch on a time bomb

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November 06, 2013, 12:14:01 AM
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Pop?

Son?

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November 06, 2013, 12:25:34 AM
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I am not saying that we're not gonna go up some more but I saw today's "correction". It was a bubblepop. Numbers were going backwards like a watch on a time bomb
LOL, then what happened a couple weeks ago? Was that also a bubblepop? Bubblepops generally are followed by dropping down and never rising again, right? Yet here we are... HIGHER. THis drop wasn't even as bad as that one! hahah. Every time the price drops do you call it a bubblepop? Is every correction a popped bubble?
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November 06, 2013, 12:49:47 AM
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I am not saying that we're not gonna go up some more but I saw today's "correction". It was a bubblepop. Numbers were going backwards like a watch on a time bomb
LOL, then what happened a couple weeks ago? Was that also a bubblepop? Bubblepops generally are followed by dropping down and never rising again, right? Yet here we are... HIGHER. THis drop wasn't even as bad as that one! hahah. Every time the price drops do you call it a bubblepop? Is every correction a popped bubble?

It popped. Doesn't mean it can reinflate but... This growth is unsustainable. Who does sustain it? Hordes of hungry "investors" coming in with cash? You? Me? Because I don't sustain this growth. I didn't bought and don't plan to into this parabolic rise.

How many millions USD do we need each day just to keep the price floating?

Let it bubblepop!

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November 06, 2013, 01:00:02 AM
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How many millions USD do we need each day just to keep the price floating?

About 1.

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November 06, 2013, 01:03:45 AM
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How many millions USD do we need each day just to keep the price floating?

About 1.

Oh, sorry... Then let the price be 750, cause 3 mil USD per day would be nothing, equal to peanuts.

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November 06, 2013, 01:16:03 AM
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I am not saying that we're not gonna go up some more but I saw today's "correction". It was a bubblepop. Numbers were going backwards like a watch on a time bomb
LOL, then what happened a couple weeks ago? Was that also a bubblepop? Bubblepops generally are followed by dropping down and never rising again, right? Yet here we are... HIGHER. THis drop wasn't even as bad as that one! hahah. Every time the price drops do you call it a bubblepop? Is every correction a popped bubble?

It popped. Doesn't mean it can reinflate but... This growth is unsustainable. Who does sustain it? Hordes of hungry "investors" coming in with cash? You? Me? Because I don't sustain this growth. I didn't bought and don't plan to into this parabolic rise.

How many millions USD do we need each day just to keep the price floating?

Let it bubblepop!
The rest of the world doesn't use bubble the way you and some people on here use the world bubble. Rapid spikes in price followed by corrections within an upward trend aren't endless repeating bubbles.
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November 06, 2013, 01:20:40 AM
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Yes they are.

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November 06, 2013, 01:45:59 AM
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You know, for a long time Wobber had stayed off of my ignore list. Others, like mah87, weren't so lucky. I thought wobber had something special to offer, and permabear sentiment is always a good thing to have around just to keep one on one's toes.

But his current insistence that any tiny flash crash be seriously referred to as a "bubble pop" is beyond childish, and displays an exceptional lack of knowledge regarding traditional market lingo. I will now add him and I suggest others do as well! He was fun for a little while... but now it's time to get that shit dark orange!  Grin Grin Grin
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