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May 21, 2011, 12:49:47 AM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

I appreciate the free updates, thanks S3052.

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May 21, 2011, 07:22:30 AM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

I appreciate the free updates, thanks S3052.

TBH it all depends how much you invest in BTC.

I only mine a little so its not worth it for me, but for bigger miners or investors, his analysis is worth a lot more to them

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May 21, 2011, 11:56:32 AM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

1 BTC is 1 BTC. And I humbly predict: it will still be 1 BTC in the future.

In other words: I don't quite understand your thinking, unless maybe, you have no Bitcoins at all. Because if you do, that service will be no less expensive for you in the future than it is now. 5 BTC is 5 BTC.

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May 21, 2011, 05:51:20 PM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

1 BTC is 1 BTC. And I humbly predict: it will still be 1 BTC in the future.

In other words: I don't quite understand your thinking, unless maybe, you have no Bitcoins at all. Because if you do, that service will be no less expensive for you in the future than it is now. 5 BTC is 5 BTC.


I don't collect bitcoins for fun, as they have no inherent value to me.  I trade them for profit, so my thinking is that they're worth whatever I can sell them for at some point in the future. 

If their price goes down in the near future, 5 BTC will be less expensive since they could be replaced for a cheaper price.  Or, the same 5 BTC bought cheaper earns more profit for the speculator.  Hate the game, not the player.



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May 21, 2011, 11:02:53 PM
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May 22, 2011, 01:11:35 PM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

1 BTC is 1 BTC. And I humbly predict: it will still be 1 BTC in the future.

In other words: I don't quite understand your thinking, unless maybe, you have no Bitcoins at all. Because if you do, that service will be no less expensive for you in the future than it is now. 5 BTC is 5 BTC.


so when 1 zimbabwe dollar went from a 1$ USD value to whatever it became later, its still 1 Zimbabwe dollar so whatever was price 5 Zimbabwe dollars (ie: milk) is worth 5 zimbabwe dollars when its value is 10 000x less in USD? I think not

1 BTC is 1BTC, but 1 BTC now does not mean you can buy the same stuff with it tomorrow or in a year

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May 24, 2011, 06:55:13 PM
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here is a brief update, so far I have 14 subscribers out of the 20 I will take.

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May 28, 2011, 10:33:29 AM
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I hope there's still some spots available by the time bitcoin falls to $3.66, because I'd sign up at that price point.  Its worth two subcriptions at $1.10.  I don't think it will, but if it goes below $4, I'll pay.

1 BTC is 1 BTC. And I humbly predict: it will still be 1 BTC in the future.

In other words: I don't quite understand your thinking, unless maybe, you have no Bitcoins at all. Because if you do, that service will be no less expensive for you in the future than it is now. 5 BTC is 5 BTC.


so when 1 zimbabwe dollar went from a 1$ USD value to whatever it became later, its still 1 Zimbabwe dollar so whatever was price 5 Zimbabwe dollars (ie: milk) is worth 5 zimbabwe dollars when its value is 10 000x less in USD? I think not

1 BTC is 1BTC, but 1 BTC now does not mean you can buy the same stuff with it tomorrow or in a year

If S3052 keeps his subscription price stable, which he probably will, then you can still buy the same stuff in a year.

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May 30, 2011, 06:54:07 PM
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As promised:
(1) here is tonight's technical analysis.http://bit.ly/iVdnOy

(2) For the subscription, I have 18 people enrolled and 2 places left if you join before Jun 1st. Just send me a PM.


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June 06, 2011, 05:54:40 PM
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Technical patterns can prove to be highly valuable for trading as the following excerpt from the exclusive subscription service shows:
The below projection was made on June 1st, while BTC/USD. I stated that the most likely next price target is 14$ and then the big target area 18-20$. We hit 19.3$ today. I have added the key two trendlines I saw  at that day (in red), indicating the 18-22$ range.


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June 06, 2011, 11:38:54 PM
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Technical patterns can prove to be highly valuable for trading as the following excerpt from the exclusive subscription service shows:
The below projection was made on June 1st, while BTC/USD. I stated that the most likely next price target is 14$ and then the big target area 18-20$. We hit 19.3$ today. I have added the key two trendlines I saw  at that day (in red), indicating the 18-22$ range.


http://bit.ly/mU7peO


Thanks for the update S3052.  You were spot on, indeed.  I suppose you're telling your subscribers that since we're seeing resistance at the upper trendline, we may see a correction to the upper support line around $10.

It's interesting that I would predict something similar by analyzing the price to difficulty ratio.  We've previously seen the ratio pop to just over 3:1, which is about where we are now with price at $18 and a difficulty heading over 600,000.  The last time that happened (which was very recently), we saw decline in the ratio to just below 2:1.  The decline can take the form of a quick price correction, a price consolidation coupled with rise in difficulty, or somewhere in between.  I see the same possibilites in a projection of your price trend channel.

You tweeted that it may test $20.  A breakout above $20 would seem crazy, if we weren't becoming used to bitcoin's ever-surprising upside by now.

You wrote a while back that you've learned to be careful with trusting apparently correlated indicators, because they can often de-couple.  For that reason, its good to see a purely technical analysis as well.

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June 07, 2011, 05:45:10 AM
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Technical patterns can prove to be highly valuable for trading as the following excerpt from the exclusive subscription service shows:
The below projection was made on June 1st, while BTC/USD. I stated that the most likely next price target is 14$ and then the big target area 18-20$. We hit 19.3$ today. I have added the key two trendlines I saw  at that day (in red), indicating the 18-22$ range.


http://bit.ly/mU7peO


Thanks for the update S3052.  You were spot on, indeed.  I suppose you're telling your subscribers that since we're seeing resistance at the upper trendline, we may see a correction to the upper support line around $10.

It's interesting that I would predict something similar by analyzing the price to difficulty ratio.  We've previously seen the ratio pop to just over 3:1, which is about where we are now with price at $18 and a difficulty heading over 600,000.  The last time that happened (which was very recently), we saw decline in the ratio to just below 2:1.  The decline can take the form of a quick price correction, a price consolidation coupled with rise in difficulty, or somewhere in between.  I see the same possibilites in a projection of your price trend channel.

You tweeted that it may test $20.  A breakout above $20 would seem crazy, if we weren't becoming used to bitcoin's ever-surprising upside by now.

You wrote a while back that you've learned to be careful with trusting apparently correlated indicators, because they can often de-couple.  For that reason, its good to see a purely technical analysis as well.


Thanks for the great perspective. Clearly, there are many possible indicators. I typically focus most on PRICE ACTION and PATTERN and use indicators as additional info. Never use indicators alone, becuase they can stay in overbought/oversold condition for a very long time while prices doubles or halves in the meanwhile..



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July 16, 2011, 09:03:13 PM
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UPDATE:

We are expanding the service to 50 subscribers since we have added capacity.

Send an email to S3052@gmx.ch if you want to secure one of the slots.

Of note, our analysis shows that BTC trading will likely soon get much more exciting

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I want to thank all subscribers for the great feedback. More to come soon!

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