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November 22, 2013, 04:29:03 PM
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It's a super-bubble IMO. So I guess that makes me one of the few remaining people who are not buying. It probably has more to go though. It seems bubbles are pervasive at the moment across many asset classes:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-11-22/david-stockman-blasts-its-20078-all-over-again

Of course, I've noticed these bubbles for a while now and have talked of their bursting, but it seems that some just keep getting bigger. Figuring out exactly when they'll pop is the hard part. So do as you will.
Yeah, man, when October comes, there will be blood!  Huh

Seriously, when did people start thinking Zero Hedge deserves more attention than the rest of the mainstream media?
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November 22, 2013, 04:29:39 PM
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I am really curious about that. Not the "i've sold and hope it goes down so i can buy back in"-type of bear. But a legit longterm bear who thinks this shit will collapse hard to 0-1$ range and just dies eventually ?

Because so far i just see "bears" that just want more cheap coins. Am i wrong?

That ain't a bear what you're searching for , maybe a hyena .

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November 22, 2013, 05:16:53 PM
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I am really curious about that. Not the "i've sold and hope it goes down so i can buy back in"-type of bear. But a legit longterm bear who thinks this shit will collapse hard to 0-1$ range and just dies eventually ?

Because so far i just see "bears" that just want more cheap coins. Am i wrong?

Why would people who see bitcoin as complete trainwreck post here of all places?
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November 22, 2013, 05:24:53 PM
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I am really curious about that. Not the "i've sold and hope it goes down so i can buy back in"-type of bear. But a legit longterm bear who thinks this shit will collapse hard to 0-1$ range and just dies eventually ?

Because so far i just see "bears" that just want more cheap coins. Am i wrong?

Then you dont know what bear means in trading. Bear means they want to SHORT..... especially when they trade with margin. So they MUST buy back , preferably at lower price and make profit


What you're looking for is trolls. We have those here, usually from another commodity market like gold/silver.

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November 22, 2013, 08:59:05 PM
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This is what happens:

During a bubble and post bubble everyone and his mom is pro-bitcoin bull.

Wait until the summer and the price is steady, or dropping slowly, around the $500 mark and then you'll have a quarter of the forum saying how bitcoin is all going to end and there is no way it's "ever going to go back up to $900, it's done" .

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November 22, 2013, 09:10:40 PM
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This is what happens:

During a bubble and post bubble everyone and his mom is pro-bitcoin bull.

Wait until the summer and the price is steady, or dropping slowly, around the $500 mark and then you'll have a quarter of the forum saying how bitcoin is all going to end and there is no way it's "ever going to go back up to $900, it's done" .



Yeah, because Bitcoin is sooooooo static.

By next summer the bitcoin-eco system is going to be 10x what it is today. There are so many big projects being worked on right now. I truely believe we will have a "killer app" or two by then amongst other innovations.

The price won't be $500. And no one will be complaining.

If you haven't heard about what is happening with GAME, check it out.  It's revolutionizing gaming. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1266597.0
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November 23, 2013, 07:44:11 AM
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Here , is it going to die soon i wouldn't say so , anyone familiar with penny stocks knows what i am talking about , many traders like me have seen such bubbles over and over again it happens all the time in other assets , that being said i am nearly sure we will drop again to $100 , but i cant be dead sure really , look at the forums it turned to another penny stock holders forum , most are hoarders , speculators , bullish , bearish ... etc you get what i am at , that's not what BTC is suppose to be , where is innovation threads , where is the "eco system" expanding program ? All i see hoarders care about BTC value in $ terms looking/dreaming to get rich soon , nothing wrong with that i myself a speculator but i wouldn't buy at these prices , when it goes below 100 i will think about it . Its a bubble and its going to burst even if the price skyrockets to few $ Ks  its irrelevant and its going down but that doesn't mean BTC will die soon ...
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November 23, 2013, 07:54:50 AM
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I am really curious about that. Not the "i've sold and hope it goes down so i can buy back in"-type of bear. But a legit longterm bear who thinks this shit will collapse hard to 0-1$ range and just dies eventually ?

Because so far i just see "bears" that just want more cheap coins. Am i wrong?

Why would people who see bitcoin as complete trainwreck post here of all places?

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