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December 21, 2013, 08:01:23 AM
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And there I was thinking share prices were going to drop considerably with the last two dividends but still holding strong Smiley

     I think the uptrend surprised a lot of people. That buying pressure shows that a lot of us had the same idea ie: buy it while it's on sale. I expected to see 0.20 before we were through, maybe we still will. I can always use more  Cheesy

The uptrend has been for 1 week, and tiny. When direct shares were offered last week at 0.27 nobody took.

Let's see what happens if the divs really dive. I can't see how AM can keep anywhere near the current divs for 3 months if they aren't bringing anything new to the table. If divs halve, its got to drive the price down further. If it doesn't, yep I'll agree, the bottom has been reached.
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December 21, 2013, 08:08:57 AM
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And there I was thinking share prices were going to drop considerably with the last two dividends but still holding strong Smiley

     I think the uptrend surprised a lot of people. That buying pressure shows that a lot of us had the same idea ie: buy it while it's on sale. I expected to see 0.20 before we were through, maybe we still will. I can always use more  Cheesy

The uptrend has been for 1 week, and tiny. When direct shares were offered last week at 0.27 nobody took.

Let's see what happens if the divs really dive. I can't see how AM can keep anywhere near the current divs for 3 months if they aren't bringing anything new to the table. If divs halve, its got to drive the price down further. If it doesn't, yep I'll agree, the bottom has been reached.

Well I don't call over 20% tiny, though BTC0.06 compared  to BTC4.x is decidedly tiny. Still, there were some strong buys in the last week or so, many above current auction prices. If that behavior continues, price will continue up. If it falters... Let's wait and see  Wink
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December 21, 2013, 08:15:55 AM
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Any theory for why people are buying above auction prices now? It used to to be other way round.
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Any theory for why people are buying above auction prices now? It used to to be other way round.

Positive sentiment around this level for the holidays I guess
That or everyone's too busy at this time of year to look for bitcoin bargains/ and are looking for shopping bargains instead  Grin
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December 21, 2013, 08:29:54 AM
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Any theory for why people are buying above auction prices now? It used to to be other way round.

 The first thing to mind is that these buyers are unacquainted with the forums, or at least don't ever search for ASICMINER  Cheesy 

    I just can't see buying at that price unless you were a hodler, so they are unlikely for quick flip, which means direct shares shouldn't be an issue. idk.

EDIT: I notice the total shares on Havelock is creeping up too. Hmmm.
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December 23, 2013, 05:48:25 AM
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Dividend was paid out just the passthru holders need to wait for them to be paid out if your on havelock just wait on TAT a bit
No, I'm pretty sure that's all direct shares.
Works great for weeks. But something wrong on this time.

Just mailed FC. Hope they can fix it.
Mailed twice and PM FC once in 4days. No reply until now. Hmmm...

We really need a list of AM holders which can be checked by ourself.
And please hire an assistant director, who we can contact easily, to cover the daily routine of shares.
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December 23, 2013, 07:23:58 PM
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We really need a list of AM holders which can be checked by ourself
I disagree. Some shareholders don't want their holdings publicized / you could just look at where the div payments are going to / see which addresses hold shares - it's all public.
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December 24, 2013, 05:58:58 AM
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We really need a list of AM holders which can be checked by ourself
I disagree. Some shareholders don't want their holdings publicized / you could just look at where the div payments are going to / see which addresses hold shares - it's all public.
I mean which only record the address and amount.
And, it's different from the public info on blockchain. It's the info from AM side, which might be wrong.
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December 24, 2013, 12:37:14 PM
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We really need a list of AM holders which can be checked by ourself
I disagree. Some shareholders don't want their holdings publicized / you could just look at where the div payments are going to / see which addresses hold shares - it's all public.
I mean which only record the address and amount.
And, it's different from the public info on blockchain. It's the info from AM side, which might be wrong.

Huh? The info from the AM side is the list of shareholders. It's not wrong, if you're not in the list that's used to pay dividends then you don't own any shares and no amount of pleading or begging to anyone will change that.

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December 24, 2013, 03:15:32 PM
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We really need a list of AM holders which can be checked by ourself
I disagree. Some shareholders don't want their holdings publicized / you could just look at where the div payments are going to / see which addresses hold shares - it's all public.
I mean which only record the address and amount.
And, it's different from the public info on blockchain. It's the info from AM side, which might be wrong.

Huh? The info from the AM side is the list of shareholders. It's not wrong, if you're not in the list that's used to pay dividends then you don't own any shares and no amount of pleading or begging to anyone will change that.
Yes. The info from the AM side is the list of shareholders. But it still might be wrong.
Please keep in mind that AM is a company managed by HUMAN. Human can make mistake.

As far as I know, I'm not the only holder who get involved in such problem last week.
So I'm not begging, dude. In my mails & PM to FC, I report it as a bug in current payment process.
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December 25, 2013, 10:42:35 AM
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Divs are just in - 0.00061248.

Let the sell-out begin
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December 25, 2013, 10:48:07 AM
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Divs are just in - 0.00061248.

Let the sell-out begin

Divs in already - really???
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December 25, 2013, 10:50:31 AM
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Divs are just in - 0.00061248.

Let the sell-out begin

No hardware sales this week? Or is the 30btc it?
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December 25, 2013, 10:50:45 AM
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Divs are just in - 0.00061248.

Let the sell-out begin

Divs in already - really???

Just look at blockchain.info at corresponding address and you'll see for yourself
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December 25, 2013, 11:09:56 AM
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Divs are just in - 0.00061248.

Let the sell-out begin

No hardware sales this week? Or is the 30btc it?

Hardware sales all done with ... its all downhill from now on until Gen3. Enjoy!!
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December 25, 2013, 10:49:46 PM
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I'll happily buy up to 100 direct shares at IPO Pricing if anyone is scared holding..
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December 25, 2013, 11:12:57 PM
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December 25, 2013, 11:31:17 PM
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I would gladly buy 3000 asicminer shares at IPO prices.
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December 26, 2013, 02:05:34 AM
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I would gladly buy 3000 asicminer shares at IPO prices.

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December 26, 2013, 02:05:37 AM
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Guys, there is no evidence of anyone selling at IPO prices ..... the market is stable. Worth making the offer though Smiley
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