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February 02, 2012, 11:37:10 PM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.
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February 03, 2012, 12:16:40 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

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the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

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February 03, 2012, 12:19:53 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

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the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?


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February 03, 2012, 12:24:59 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

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the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over

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February 03, 2012, 12:26:32 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

 Roll Eyes

the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over


Shhhhhh...  Wink


Actaully, the problem with virtex is getting money into it quickly..

takes 3 days on average..

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February 03, 2012, 01:45:30 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

 Roll Eyes

the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over


Shhhhhh...  Wink


Actaully, the problem with virtex is getting money into it quickly..

takes 3 days on average..

well I appreciate those selling into my buy positions.
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February 04, 2012, 11:40:54 PM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

 Roll Eyes

the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over

Time to arbitrage the hell outta that margin!!

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February 05, 2012, 12:37:20 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

 Roll Eyes

the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over

Time to arbitrage the hell outta that margin!!

It's not that great if you factor everything in. Potential profit varies between 1%-2.5%, but usually is about 1.5%. Right now there is arbitrage opportunity and chance to make ~$150 (1.74%), but you would have to sell ~1,440 BTC worth ~$8,600. In the meantime market could move against you, and you'd have no chance of buying back since other exchanges are way smaller than Gox. Fees are too high to transfer fiat.

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February 05, 2012, 12:51:05 AM
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You sold everything right?  I sold it all and I'm short in a big way.  Can't wait for the giant long squeeze.

 Roll Eyes

the market i trade at, is at selling coins at 5.89700CAD..... I'm hoping mtgox will hold 6$ for long enough for the Canadain Virtual Exchange to catch up...

but i dont see a giant long squeeze happening, if i manage to sell at 6$ I'll be buying back at the first sign of trouble.

Virtex is hilarious eh ?



If you say so.. Wink

ya I've been looking into getting setup with a Mtgox account and doing some buying / selling across the two exchanges... sometimes we are 30 cents under or 30 cents over

Time to arbitrage the hell outta that margin!!

It's not that great if you factor everything in. Potential profit varies between 1%-2.5%, but usually is about 1.5%. Right now there is arbitrage opportunity and chance to make ~$150 (1.74%), but you would have to sell ~1,440 BTC worth ~$8,600. In the meantime market could move against you, and you'd have no chance of buying back since other exchanges are way smaller than Gox. Fees are too high to transfer fiat.

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February 05, 2012, 03:36:24 AM
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I'm all setup to catch this falling knife, picking up some cheap bitcoin Smiley

One off NP-Hard.
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February 06, 2012, 12:21:46 AM
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Op never said it would be a long squeeze...

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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February 09, 2012, 03:47:33 AM
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Could someone elaborate on what a "long squeeze" is?  Is that a long period of decreasing price?  Or is it a quick drop and hover at a low price?

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February 09, 2012, 03:54:01 AM
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Could someone elaborate on what a "long squeeze" is?  Is that a long period of decreasing price?  Or is it a quick drop and hover at a low price?

A drop that force-liquidates leveraged longs.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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February 09, 2012, 04:00:56 AM
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Could someone elaborate on what a "long squeeze" is?  Is that a long period of decreasing price?  Or is it a quick drop and hover at a low price?

A drop that force-liquidates leveraged longs.

Gotcha, that sounds familiar now.  Thanks!

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February 09, 2012, 04:04:33 AM
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Could someone elaborate on what a "long squeeze" is?  Is that a long period of decreasing price?  Or is it a quick drop and hover at a low price?

A drop that force-liquidates leveraged longs.

if their is a lot of people on bitcoinia that hold week long positions, and the market drops enough to liquidate a few of them, this causes the market to drop a little more which might be enoght liquidate even more longs, again this makes the market drop, this snowball effect is known as a "long squeeze".

this happened on the 18th last month:



it was a very good day for bitcoin

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