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    Posting every action a day trader makes is not that interesting. Hearing about his winnings or losses and strategy is tho.
    Not to mention a distraction to the trader.

    Going by his nik kinda doubt UK is hear to make alot of friends anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle junior View Post
    Hearing about his winnings or losses and strategy is tho.
    agree and i'll be clapping for the hodlers of ripple (and others cryptos), if/when they reach new highs (like ripple going from 0.8 back up to 3.4).

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    and some traders do all 3: hodl, technical trades, momentum trades.



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    if u aint doing all three, then u aint doin it right.. i have to call bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    if u aint doing all three, then u aint doin it right.. i have to call bullshit.
    I was doing all three for a spell and made some small change trading strictly the keepers like ETH, LTC, DASH, ZEC.
    Then came the December moonshot of BTC which made it impossible to keep up, since my trading goal was to generate BTC, (I made about .3 BTC and assorted small change in Alts in a couple months ) That was good enough.

    Last few weeks would have been good for day trading I reckon.
    So I turned to HODL, and staying.

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    How many Google employees sold their holdings before that was issued today. It hit values instantly.

    https://support.google.com/adwordspo...ef_topic=29265

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richards View Post
    How many Google employees sold their holdings before that was issued today. It hit values instantly.

    https://support.google.com/adwordspo...ef_topic=29265
    Not like turning away ico ads is gonna break google's bank or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle junior View Post
    Posting every action a day trader makes is not that interesting. Hearing about his winnings or losses and strategy is tho.
    Not to mention a distraction to the trader.

    Going by his nik kinda doubt UK is hear to make alot of friends anyway

    no worries - I hear what your saying - maybe you could sticky your posting rules - it could prevent future incorrect posts.

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    Day trading must have been pretty boring recently. Just a crab walking sideways.

    G20 meeting 19-20 March. Maybe see some action soon.

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    ripple, eth, stellar, decred all making new lows (since the dec/jan highs) last night.

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    the hodlers obviously make up a minority of crypto traders.

    though, one has to wonder what will happen to crypto prices if/when the hodlers (hodling for the lambo) bail...


    eth 90 day chart:

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    the uncensored bitcoin thread with butterfluffer is where that sort of idiocy resides
    I suspect the growth, or not, of digital token's acceptance and hence demand/price, will be governed more in the future by financial "guidance" given for a fee as it always has been.

    Posting here showing an acceptable win rate after the fact has no influence on the sheep?
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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle junior View Post
    Posting every action a day trader makes is not that interesting. Hearing about his winnings or losses and strategy is tho.
    Not to mention a distraction to the trader.
    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    agree
    If not displayed any alleged wins can, if desired, be fabricated with historic info. In addition if the action is displayed immediately and individuals judge to be profitable within their own criteria, those who follow the action may be induced to pay for the "knowledge" in the future.



    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Just a crab walking sideways
    Depends what your cost of playing is. To some it might be 0.01% others 1% and even others 5%........

    To some "picking up pennies in front of a steam roller" is an acceptable risk.

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    With the price of crypto plunging, dunno what to do with my next pile of $ that I'll bring over to Bangkok from Myanmar on my next trip at the end of the month.

    Yes, I could buy crypto cheap, and hope that the price increases. But I don't like to put all my eggs in one basket.

    I could invest in some Thai ETFs - I have a trading account with KTZMICO, fairly safe long-term investment, but increase in value over the years will probably only offset the effects of inflation.

    Bangkok banks don't provide any decent interest rate for foreigner savings (AFAIK). Myanmar banks offer 10% pa, but not to foreigners.

    I think foreign tourists can fly in and open interest-bearing accounts in Cambodia...

    What to do? any suggestions where to put 300,000 THB for a reasonable interest rate?
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    Luigi, are you buying tons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43
    What to do? any suggestions where to put 300,000 THB for a reasonable interest rate?
    BTC! To the mooooooooooooon!

    Dunno. My guess - and let's face it that's all most are doing - is that we're due a recession following the market boom and then correction so I'm starting to focus more on cash investments: term deposits and that sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    Yes, I could buy crypto cheap
    Is it cheap? One btc to one dollar would be cheap. But not very cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourDaddy View Post
    Luigi, are you buying tons?
    Sure am bud.




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    What's this news that I heard yesterday about Thailand going to tax crypto at 15%?

    Does that mean if I cash out on bx.th, then 15% tax will be deducted?

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    Taking a cue from Facebook, Google too has decided to ban all advertisements for crypto-currencies and related financial products on its online properties.
    The policy will go into effect in June 2018 and includes ads pertaining to initial coin offerings, crypto-currency exchanges, wallets, and trading advice.
    The ban is part of a new financial products policy, that Google announced March 14 and applies also to advertisers that offer so-called Contracts for Difference, financial spread betting and certain kinds of foreign exchange transactions.



    Ban on Crypto-Currency Ads Part of Broader Financial Products Policy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    ripple, eth, stellar, decred all making new lows (since the dec/jan highs) last night.

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    the hodlers obviously make up a minority of crypto traders.

    though, one has to wonder what will happen to crypto prices if/when the hodlers (hodling for the lambo) bail...


    eth 90 day chart:

    Is that a triple Salchow with pike between $1000 and $1200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    Myanmar banks offer 10% pa, but not to foreigners.
    Cant you get a joint account with a local set up either in Thailand or Myanmar? Sounds like a local wife is required. Cost of wife v return on investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    What's this news that I heard yesterday about Thailand going to tax crypto at 15%?
    Is that from purchases using proven funds or "hidden" funds sources?

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    ^^^ judging by the graph, looks like ETH will either continue to or fall or go up

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    Sounds like a local wife is required
    My track record in that arena is not very good....

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle junior View Post
    ^^^ judging by the graph, looks like ETH will either continue to or fall or go up
    bears vs bulls:

    Fred, you look at that chart and think eth could maybe (50/50) be about to go on a bull run?

    ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Taking a cue from Facebook, Google too has decided to ban all advertisements for crypto-currencies and related financial products on its online properties.
    The policy will go into effect in June 2018 and includes ads pertaining to initial coin offerings, crypto-currency exchanges, wallets, and trading advice.
    The ban is part of a new financial products policy, that Google announced March 14 and applies also to advertisers that offer so-called Contracts for Difference, financial spread betting and certain kinds of foreign exchange transactions.



    Ban on Crypto-Currency Ads Part of Broader Financial Products Policy
    You gotta be a complete idiot not to sell on this news.

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