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July 20, 2019, 02:00:50 PM
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I think it's wrong to compare some products with Bitcoin.  If the price of shoes or clothing falls, then this is done in order to sell an already outdated product.  But if the price of Bitcoin has fallen, then something is wrong on the cryptocurrency market.  It seems to me that these are two different things that need to be very carefully separated.
Sales are everywhere. Sale on shoes, bags, shirts, gadgets and everything. Malls and shops use this technique to attract buyers, but you know what?  Do you think you've been discounted a higher price than ordinary? No. Instead of saving 20%, you spend 80% on things you dont really need. This is not economical and most of us are easily lured to it. This is what i hate about people. When there's useless trending items on sale, they buy immediately even on credit cards but if bitcoin drops, they talk negative about it. Normal mindset wants to get temporary attention. Not permanent comfort.

Discounts are greatly overvalued. I agree with you that many people, because they do not have high incomes and are not able to afford anything at any time, fall into a kind of discount madness, buying up everything they don’t need.
I think it's wrong to compare some products with Bitcoin.  If the price of shoes or clothing falls, then this is done in order to sell an already outdated product.  But if the price of Bitcoin has fallen, then something is wrong on the cryptocurrency market.  It seems to me that these are two different things that need to be very carefully separated.

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July 20, 2019, 03:22:58 PM
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Sales are everywhere. Sale on shoes, bags, shirts, gadgets and everything. Malls and shops use this technique to attract buyers, but you know what?  Do you think you've been discounted a higher price than ordinary? No. Instead of saving 20%, you spend 80% on things you dont really need. This is not economical and most of us are easily lured to it. This is what i hate about people. When there's useless trending items on sale, they buy immediately even on credit cards but if bitcoin drops, they talk negative about it. Normal mindset wants to get temporary attention. Not permanent comfort.

Discounts are greatly overvalued. I agree with you that many people, because they do not have high incomes and are not able to afford anything at any time, fall into a kind of discount madness, buying up everything they don’t need.
Not really any dscount on the prices,they just create big stickers and says discounts on most of the occasions and when something is real it happened due to the fall of the raw material of that product so the decrease the prices temporarily.

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July 20, 2019, 04:17:13 PM
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well, for presenting a necessary topic to us and thank you. Of course I'm never interested in selling altcoins at a loss price. If I can include 10% -20% profits inside then I get excited for sales. In fact, it is very important to use the right time if you can understand it well.

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July 20, 2019, 08:44:30 PM
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Sales are everywhere. Sale on shoes, bags, shirts, gadgets and everything. Malls and shops use this technique to attract buyers, but you know what?  Do you think you've been discounted a higher price than ordinary? No. Instead of saving 20%, you spend 80% on things you dont really need. This is not economical and most of us are easily lured to it. This is what i hate about people. When there's useless trending items on sale, they buy immediately even on credit cards but if bitcoin drops, they talk negative about it. Normal mindset wants to get temporary attention. Not permanent comfort.
Sale is a marketing technique and I have never at all believed. I have worked in a shoe store and the way we attract buyers is to do SALE (Discount), ranging from 20% to 70%... our trick is to increase the price of the item by as much as 50% then give it a 70% discount, so actually, we only give discounts of as much as 20%. the point is sale is a marketing trick.

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July 20, 2019, 08:59:21 PM
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If you want a real sale find someone that needs to desperately sell something on craigslist because they need the cash today.  That is how you truly find things at a steep discount without getting ripped off by big box stores.

But then that thing they are seling not be new as other people wanted it. They wanted something new and if they will be buying out of craiglist then they are buying thing secondhand though that is true. One of the best ways to buy a cheap product or item is through craiglist or other stores that you know selling items that is secondhand, you can't buy new things that is cheap, unless that is stolen.

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July 20, 2019, 09:02:23 PM
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Sale is a marketing technique and I have never at all believed. I have worked in a shoe store and the way we attract buyers is to do SALE (Discount), ranging from 20% to 70%... our trick is to increase the price of the item by as much as 50% then give it a 70% discount, so actually, we only give discounts of as much as 20%. the point is sale is a marketing trick.
Indeed its a marketing trick to attract consumers to bite the offer especially for the expensive items then suddenly on sale, for some of us its an opportunity to take advantage. Like in malls everytime they are announcing having sales for the particular days people are eager to go shopping. On the other side, this is opposite for bitcoin because even the price is cheap only few people are buying because they dont understand the benefits of investing and involving themselves in crypto.

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July 21, 2019, 12:49:57 AM
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well, for presenting a necessary topic to us and thank you. Of course I'm never interested in selling altcoins at a loss price. If I can include 10% -20% profits inside then I get excited for sales. In fact, it is very important to use the right time if you can understand it well.
This is good never sell like altcoins at a loss price. When their is a sale at less price people attracts to buy or purchase it. Just only invest when it really profitable to us like in bitcoin price drops but it will rise again.


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July 21, 2019, 04:16:20 AM
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well, for presenting a necessary topic to us and thank you. Of course I'm never interested in selling altcoins at a loss price. If I can include 10% -20% profits inside then I get excited for sales. In fact, it is very important to use the right time if you can understand it well.
This is good never sell like altcoins at a loss price. When their is a sale at less price people attracts to buy or purchase it. Just only invest when it really profitable to us like in bitcoin price drops but it will rise again.
but unfortunately not many people understand the right time to sell and buy altcoins, so they suffer losses, because they panic at selling. besides that greed is still a scourge, because many are not satisfied with the results achieved, and vice versa, if prices experience a correction, many people are afraid to buy


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