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January 31, 2012, 08:17:51 PM
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I've seen it mentioned in few places, that cycle has not been completed yet, and when it is, price would be around $4.5 mark. Could someone shed some light on this, and provide graph for extra brownie points? Thanks!

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January 31, 2012, 10:10:13 PM
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nobody cares about voodoo triangles.

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January 31, 2012, 10:26:54 PM
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The head of the swan is re-emerging.  I see this as moving from bullish to duckish.
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The head of the swan is re-emerging.  I see this as moving from bullish to duckish.

We're going to fly?

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January 31, 2012, 11:38:38 PM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

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January 31, 2012, 11:43:41 PM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

Triangles are no secret. They exist in every market but there is not always a triangle and it depends on what time scale you are looking at too. Basically you trend the lower and upper limits and if they are about to converge the direction of the triangle should tell you something about the price. There is also something about broken triangles which I don't fully understand but its only because I haven't bothered to look it up.

A little secret for you, there is no holy grail of trading indicators. Technical indicators on such a small market are irrelevant and I find sentiment among users on the forum to be most informative (Crash=Rallly Rally=Crash).

I made that MEME out of humor because they are not so mysterious. Its gotta be aliens!
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February 01, 2012, 01:42:36 AM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

I do not know about these mysterious triangles. I have always assumed they were just the product of bored day traders playing with graphs in MSPaint while waiting for the ticker to move.
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February 01, 2012, 01:50:30 AM
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triangles indeed summon aliens...
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February 01, 2012, 04:21:49 AM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

Triangles are no secret. They exist in every market but there is not always a triangle and it depends on what time scale you are looking at too. Basically you trend the lower and upper limits and if they are about to converge the direction of the triangle should tell you something about the price. There is also something about broken triangles which I don't fully understand but its only because I haven't bothered to look it up.

A little secret for you, there is no holy grail of trading indicators. Technical indicators on such a small market are irrelevant and I find sentiment among users on the forum to be most informative (Crash=Rallly Rally=Crash).

I made that MEME out of humor because they are not so mysterious. Its gotta be aliens!

Right, now I recall seeing these graphs. I am new to trading concept and my knowledge is little, was asking this question after seeing it mentioned in another post predicting $4.5 based on that indicator, so I was curious how that works. Now I know and agree it's useless in such small market.

And of course there is no HGoTI, if there was one, it would be crystal ball based. I'm trying to learn the game and and been making small trades based on my patent pending gut feeling, and I'm up ~20% over last few days, but beginner's luck I suppose Wink

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February 01, 2012, 04:30:28 AM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

I do not know about these mysterious triangles. I have always assumed they were just the product of bored day traders playing with graphs in MSPaint while waiting for the ticker to move.




The head of the swan is re-emerging.  I see this as moving from bullish to duckish.

Like yourself?  Cheesy loving it lol

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February 01, 2012, 05:58:46 AM
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Google is your friend. Try searching Ascending/Descending Triangles.

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February 01, 2012, 06:43:10 PM
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@RaggedMonk: Can't help but notice that your duck suffers from case of bloody diarrhea. Or it's just a contrail?

Anyway, now seeing how you're making fun of me and avoiding giving an answer, I'm sure that I'm on to something and I won't get fooled. Perhaps triangle data that you try to keep so secret is a holy grail of bitcoin technical analysis. A graph of thousands truths. I'll investigate further after I take my meds.

I actually LOLed, thanks.

Some technical analysts make a lot of various "wedges" and "pennants"

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