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January 14, 2015, 10:30:06 AM
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I just made my 2015 retirement contribution.

You got the bitcoins, and all? Price was what says in the screen?

(less than a year ago the market leader with cheap coins went bust, so just assessing this scenario also  Angry )
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January 14, 2015, 10:38:02 AM
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I just made my 2015 retirement contribution.

You got the bitcoins, and all? Price was what says in the screen?

(less than a year ago the market leader with cheap coins went bust, so just assessing this scenario also  Angry )

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January 14, 2015, 04:37:17 PM
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Sorry for bringing Monero to the table, but that shows the floor with Bitcoin also. The (probably no more than a few dozen) true enthusiasts keep the market cap at a few million, while the technology gets developed.

You just described every single Altcoin.  The difference is that everyone holds Alts to eventually sell for BTC, and everyone holds BTC to eventually sell for Fiat. 
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January 14, 2015, 04:47:04 PM
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new all time low vs Bitcoin:

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January 14, 2015, 04:49:12 PM
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long term support @152:

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January 14, 2015, 04:57:14 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Academic interest in bitcoin only. Not owner, not trader, very skeptical of its longterm success.
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January 14, 2015, 05:05:45 PM
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Sorry for bringing Monero to the table, but that shows the floor with Bitcoin also. The (probably no more than a few dozen) true enthusiasts keep the market cap at a few million, while the technology gets developed.

You just described every single Altcoin.  The difference is that everyone holds Alts to eventually sell for BTC, and everyone holds BTC to eventually sell for Fiat. 

Not everyone

Yes, I'm speaking of traders only, not those who are actually interested in the tech, which is about 5% of crypto population.
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January 14, 2015, 05:20:56 PM
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Is it a custom in your part of the world to taste each other's asses?  Grin

Lemme explain it if you are and oldster and/or not familiar with our culture here in the U.S.

Apparently it is common for a person new to prison to be forced to lick the asshole of the more dominant members of the group.  It's the ultimate expression of humiliation.  If the dominent guy feels like being nice he will allow the use of jelly.  One comedian (C. Rock?) put it like this: "When your are sucking dick, you can pretend it is something else.  When you're eating ass, you know you're eating ass."

So, when I humiliate cypherdoc and the likes of you from time to time, you know you're eating ass...and so does everyone else.  Cypherdoc has a remarkable capacity for denial, and you seem to as well, but deep down you both know the truth.


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January 14, 2015, 05:23:10 PM
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stocks in critical condition.  Dow Theory non-conf in full force:

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January 14, 2015, 05:29:40 PM
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Is it a custom in your part of the world to taste each other's asses?  Grin

Lemme explain it if you are and oldster and/or not familiar with our culture here in the U.S.

Apparently it is common for a person new to prison to be forced to lick the asshole of the more dominant members of the group.  It's the ultimate expression of humiliation.  If the dominent guy feels like being nice he will allow the use of jelly.  One comedian (C. Rock?) put it like this: "When your are sucking dick, you can pretend it is something else.  When you're eating ass, you know you're eating ass."

So, when I humiliate cypherdoc and the likes of you from time to time, you know you're eating ass...and so does everyone else.  Cypherdoc has a remarkable capacity for denial, and you seem to as well, but deep down you both know the truth.



dude, the most conviction you ever display is during market extremes, like where we are currently, when you pretend you called it.  the vast majority of the time you are neutral, w/o any conviction, which is not such a bad thing really.  what's bad is that when conditions do swing to the extremes, you like to pretend you were calling it all along.  it's worse than being a broken clock.  at least i have conviction based on my beliefs which i don't mind sharing, which for Bitcoin is positive.  during long pullbacks, i can look silly as i've explained before.  but at least i'm being intellectually honest with myself and others, unlike you.  your rhetoric against Bitcoin has picked up considerably only recently corresponding with the fall in price which confirms you have no idea what's going on.  you're simply a slimeball which is plain for everyone to see.
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January 14, 2015, 05:35:01 PM
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btw, tvbcof never called the bottom @1.98 in 2011 like he pretends.  he's free to provide some links for proof but all i recall was some vague reference.
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January 14, 2015, 05:36:29 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Throughout '14 I acquired about 1k BTC at an average price of 350USD.  At these prices I'm considering a 1k BTC lump sum buy.  I've doubled my returns in the various stock investments over the last two years.  At this point I don't see anything else that looks as attractive as BTC.  The weird thing is I don't see BTC as an investment, it's like a stock, commodity, currency all wrapped in one.  I'm never going to sell my BTC, I'm hoping that eventually I can spend it on everything I need. 
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January 14, 2015, 05:40:57 PM
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I'm never going to sell my BTC, I'm hoping that eventually I can spend it on everything I need. 

you pretty much can at this point with services like Gyft and Snapcard.
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January 14, 2015, 05:43:18 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Throughout '14 I acquired about 1k BTC at an average price of 350USD.  At these prices I'm considering a 1k BTC lump sum buy.  I've doubled my returns in the various stock investments over the last two years.  At this point I don't see anything else that looks as attractive as BTC.  The weird thing is I don't see BTC as an investment, it's like a stock, commodity, currency all wrapped in one.  I'm never going to sell my BTC, I'm hoping that eventually I can spend it on everything I need. 


Yeah, bitcoin is a unique play: a transactional currency, inflation safe-haven, and tech hyper-growth stock rolled into one. Very strange.

Bitcoin is the first monetary system to credibly offer perfect information to all economic participants.
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January 14, 2015, 05:44:58 PM
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the black hole is going parabolic.  deflation at its best:

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January 14, 2015, 05:46:00 PM
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I'm never going to sell my BTC, I'm hoping that eventually I can spend it on everything I need. 

you pretty much can at this point with services like Gyft and Snapcard.

That would make me a bad investor to spend my BTC right now. I'm waiting until BTC is around 10KUSD before I spend and I'll be buying durable goods like homes, cars, etc...
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January 14, 2015, 05:48:06 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.
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January 14, 2015, 05:51:52 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Thats a good call Stolfi, I was thinking about the same. One last high volume push down to 120 to confirm the capitulation bottom...

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January 14, 2015, 05:56:46 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Thats a good call Stolfi, I was thinking about the same. One last high volume push down to 120 to confirm the capitulation bottom...

his price target does in fact drop to the highest density of support.
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January 14, 2015, 06:02:43 PM
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long term support @152:

I would rather guess the steady state before the Oct/2013 bubble, namely ~120 USD/BTC.

Thats a good call Stolfi, I was thinking about the same. One last high volume push down to 120 to confirm the capitulation bottom...

his price target does in fact drop to the highest density of support.

if we could hit it in the next few hours with heavy volume that would *have* to confirm the capitulation event...



..surely...



...please!?

(im certainly feeling like I'm in the despair phase!!!)

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