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December 07, 2011, 08:13:21 PM
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Bitcoin could reach up to $4 or more. I'm 100% certain about this.
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December 07, 2011, 08:49:50 PM
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going to 2.6

then to 2.9

then above 3, stall out early in the week

big sell off back to 2.8

upswing to 3.5

Hi everyone, I want to point out that Jon got the first three perfectly correct.  He called the 2.6 bottom EXACTLY, then a 2.9 spike EXACTLY, then the stall out at $3 EXACTLY :O

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December 08, 2011, 04:08:17 AM
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Bitcoin could reach up to $4 or more. I'm 100% certain about this.

When?  My guess is sometime soon; if not then, then later.  What do you think?

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December 08, 2011, 04:10:39 AM
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... However, a drop below $2.5 (the first peak 20 November since <$2) would have devastating psychological impact.

Can you post a chart or graph relating psychological impact to BTC/USD price?  Please measure impact in units of nano-WTFs.

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December 08, 2011, 04:12:44 AM
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... However, a drop below $2.5 (the first peak 20 November since <$2) would have devastating psychological impact.

Can you post a chart or graph relating psychological impact to BTC/USD price?  Please measure impact in units of nano-WTFs.

The graph of devastating psychological impact is similar to the trajectory of a brick falling from the roof.

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December 08, 2011, 06:25:50 AM
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's about 17 000 nano-WTFs then.

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December 08, 2011, 06:44:52 AM
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Nano? I'd expect a WTF on a macro scale

Bitcoin might be mega-FT

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December 09, 2011, 01:04:02 AM
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going to 2.6

then to 2.9

then above 3, stall out early in the week

big sell off back to 2.8

upswing to 3.5

Hi everyone, I want to point out that Jon got the first three perfectly correct.  He called the 2.6 bottom EXACTLY, then a 2.9 spike EXACTLY, then the stall out at $3 EXACTLY :O

We are now in the "upswing to 3.5" stage.  Brace yourselves. (wtf Jon is a psychic)

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December 09, 2011, 01:12:47 AM
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going to 2.6

then to 2.9

then above 3, stall out early in the week

big sell off back to 2.8

upswing to 3.5

Hi everyone, I want to point out that Jon got the first three perfectly correct.  He called the 2.6 bottom EXACTLY, then a 2.9 spike EXACTLY, then the stall out at $3 EXACTLY :O

We are now in the "upswing to 3.5" stage.  Brace yourselves. (wtf Jon is a psychic)
Except we didn't have any "big" sell off, and it's very possible that's still waiting in the wings.

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December 19, 2011, 11:11:26 PM
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going to 2.6

then to 2.9

then above 3, stall out early in the week

big sell off back to 2.8

upswing to 3.5

Hi everyone, I want to point out that Jon got the first three perfectly correct.  He called the 2.6 bottom EXACTLY, then a 2.9 spike EXACTLY, then the stall out at $3 EXACTLY :O

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LOL. We missed the 2,80 target by a hair (I think we went down to 2,90ish, don't remember. The rest was spot on. Any more predictions, MASTER? :p

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December 19, 2011, 11:52:38 PM
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going to 2.6

then to 2.9

then above 3, stall out early in the week

big sell off back to 2.8

upswing to 3.5

Hi everyone, I want to point out that Jon got the first three perfectly correct.  He called the 2.6 bottom EXACTLY, then a 2.9 spike EXACTLY, then the stall out at $3 EXACTLY :O

up

LOL. We missed the 2,80 target by a hair (I think we went down to 2,90ish, don't remember. The rest was spot on. Any more predictions, MASTER? :p

Jon says all his mana was spent on that forecast Wink

by which he means he's the Manipulator and he ran out of funds

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December 20, 2011, 12:39:33 AM
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Bitcoin could reach up to $4 or more. I'm 100% certain about this.

Me too!! I'm a 100% certain it might happen.  LOL.
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December 20, 2011, 12:45:41 AM
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Hi everyone!  More predictions from the Oracle of Bitcoin, Jonathan Ryan Owens.

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3.6 spike to 3.3, then after that i dont know
but i do see 4.3
somehow
pretty thin from 4 to 4.3

There you have it.

Spike to 3.6.
Back to 3.3, stagnate.
Then 4.3.

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December 20, 2011, 02:36:09 AM
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Hi everyone!  More predictions from the Oracle of Bitcoin, Jonathan Ryan Owens.

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3.6 spike to 3.3, then after that i dont know
but i do see 4.3
somehow
pretty thin from 4 to 4.3

There you have it.

Spike to 3.6.
Back to 3.3, stagnate.
Then 4.3.

To be fair i said 3.6 - 3.65 .. just happened BTW

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December 20, 2011, 03:52:37 AM
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This looks like a key moment.
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December 20, 2011, 03:53:23 AM
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Hi everyone!  More predictions from the Oracle of Bitcoin, Jonathan Ryan Owens.

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3.6 spike to 3.3, then after that i dont know
but i do see 4.3
somehow
pretty thin from 4 to 4.3

There you have it.

Spike to 3.6.
Back to 3.3, stagnate.
Then 4.3.

To be fair i said 3.6 - 3.65 .. just happened BTW

Even a broken watch is right two times a day.

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December 20, 2011, 06:32:36 AM
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Even a broken watch is right two times a day.

Both hands fell off mine and it never had a third. How can I tell when it's right?
It never points at the wrong time.

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December 20, 2011, 02:59:28 PM
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So whats going to happen? Are we looking at a long turm cuve now going upwards or is the price now going to drop down to the low value again?
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December 20, 2011, 04:04:18 PM
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The strength of this rally is so strong, and breaking the important area of $4 so crucial, that I'm willing to say that this changes longer term situation, it's not just a short term boost. However, this doesn't mean it's going to be a "gargantuan rally straight to a new bubble". There will be corrections on the way and many struggles, of which some will be hard to overcome. But I feel very optimistic of the long term picture, not only based on price technicals but the fundamentals of Bitcoin as well. It's here to stay and very unlikely to decline. Bitcoin has so much growth potential and it has survived a lot of crap, that is a big deal from a price perspective as well. And I think people are starting to get it.

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December 20, 2011, 04:36:30 PM
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The strength of this rally is so strong, and breaking the important area of $4 so crucial, that I'm willing to say that this changes longer term situation, it's not just a short term boost. However, this doesn't mean it's going to be a "gargantuan rally straight to a new bubble". There will be corrections on the way and many struggles, of which some will be hard to overcome. But I feel very optimistic of the long term picture, not only based on price technicals but the fundamentals of Bitcoin as well. It's here to stay and very unlikely to decline. Bitcoin has so much growth potential and it has survived a lot of crap, that is a big deal from a price perspective as well. And I think people are starting to get it.

this is correct.
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