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  • Jarman
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post

    Yeah, great investment for those who lost 80% of their money

    Have you heard of something called "Stop-Loss"???

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by Jarman View Post
    Still a great investment tho, positive numbers do not lie.
    Yeah, great investment for those who lost 80% of their money

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  • Jarman
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post

    Or maybe (far more likely) they sold for $3-5k to cut their massive losses because ultimately the "asset" isn't worth anything.
    Still a great investment tho, positive numbers do not lie.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by Jarman View Post
    who ever bought the top in 2017 at $20k is still in the money right now - What a great investment!
    Or maybe (far more likely) they sold for $3-5k to cut their massive losses because ultimately the "asset" isn't worth anything.

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  • Jarman
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post


    Edit: at this moment it's down 36% in the month What a great investment
    Yea, and it's still 297% up from the beginning of the year and to put things into your perspective, who ever bought the top in 2017 at $20k is still in the money right now - What a great investment!

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by d000hg View Post
    Says someone who set up a SEO business, now that's fraud.
    SEO got pretty well defined, easily verifiable success criteria, any serious website now uses SEO, even if it’s just to stop stupid site design choices, so, no that’s (“industry”) not a fraud, but certainly plenty of fraudsters who prey on get-rich-quick crowd, same as “inventors” of perpettum engines trying to defraud investors, that does not make physics fraud as a hole.

    Now tulipcoons are with criminal intent by design - fraud, money laundering, financing criminal activities, attempt to create new counterfeit money - long and serious enough list to have had them banned 10 years ago.

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    Problem is solved by not participating in this fraud, no code writing is needed
    Says someone who set up a SEO business, now that's fraud.

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  • AtW
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    Problem is solved by not participating in this fraud, no code writing is needed

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post



    Bitcoin down another 1.5% today How much of a loss is that this past month

    Edit: at this moment it's down 36% in the month What a great investment
    Pretty good if you bought anytime before 2021.

    Up 10% on my DOGE today with Coinbase news though it's running counter to the rest of the market which is at best flat. So hair-trigger on the big red button.

    Actually, I am genuinely thinking of writing a script and buying a literal big red button that will dump everything in one fell swoop, because the time it takes you to login and make trades can cost you 5-10% the way the market reacts to bad news!

    In the time it took me to see why DOGE was rocketing yesterday and make a buy, it had already gone up a couple of cents. I still can't find a way to get notified instantly of news stories and clearly others are, because you can see market reactions within a minute or two of a tweet or article going live. I don't want to be writing code to do what must be a solved problem.
    Last edited by d000hg; 2 June 2021, 10:06.

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