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August 20, 2011, 11:52:06 AM
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So just a few things to think about.....

Last weekend seem to indicate the end of the usual weekend slump, this makes things a little more interesting when we consider who the potential *new* weekend traders may be.....
Two possibilities I can think of:
  • Consolidated existing bitcoin traders who have been here for a while and saw the signs to move....
  • Pro Traders who've decided to have a punt at the weekend on a new and liquid market

Let's keep an eye to this one, things might get more interesting as time goes on.

As for the conference, as good as it is to see bullish sentiment around here, let's keep our hats on, there's a fair potential that it won't generate any mainstream news hits, be ready to sell short term should this materialize, as we have pumped this up to this point, but on the same point, it's also worth bearing in mind that there might be lag of a few days for the conference to generate any trends.

Also, why the fuck is it so quite around here lately! It makes no sense that we were having more fun on the way down then during the current slight uptrend....WTF!

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August 20, 2011, 03:32:05 PM
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Also, why the fuck is it so quite around here lately! It makes no sense that we were having more fun on the way down then during the current slight uptrend....WTF!

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Me thinks it's a case of:


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August 20, 2011, 03:56:58 PM
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That is one fucked up MS office graphic....nice find!  Grin

I'm leaving the internet for a few hours.....


When I get back, BTC had better the new global reserve currency!

Or else....

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