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A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby erolz66 » Thu Apr 30, 2020 8:07 am

erolz66 wrote:Over next weeks and months I predict a recovery of bitcoin. It's instant 24-7 , 7 days a week liquidity without 'circuit breakers' and closing of exchanges and the protection from central banks printing money in vast amounts will increasingly become understood by more and more people leading to price increase. imho


price march 19th when I posted above - 5,350 USD ish
price currently 9400 USD ish (and currently climbing)
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby erolz66 » Thu Apr 30, 2020 8:52 am

Londonrake wrote:
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Paphitis wrote: It's pretty dam BAD. But not just bad for us, it would be even worse for Europe, Asia and US. We are headed towards a major train-wreck which in Australia we have never seen since the 1920s. Australians have never had a taste of war and depression or poverty before. because of that, we have become spoilt brats and taking our good fortunes for granted. Now hunger and depression could be headed our way. I am not exaggerating. If this crisis isn't controlled soon, we are all in deep shit.


Perfect time then to be trying to renegotiate trade arrangements with your biggest trading partner by setting an arbitrary deadline driven by political dogma.


I suspect that could change, given these unprecedented events. I doubt there would be many who’d find that hard to swallow, on either side.

FWIW, I don’t see it as “dogma” but I’m not about to get into a protracted debate about it.


Whilst poking around in 'old' posts saw this one and thought it might be worth bringing back ;) One to watch maybe.
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby erolz66 » Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:54 am

And whilst I am in a self congratulatory mood here is my last couple of trades in response to sudden surge upwards. The bulk of my bitcoin I just 'hodl' but a small subset of them I do try and inch them upwards by looking for short term leverage on large movements

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I think even with fees I squeezed a little more bitcoin from these trades but I am no expert.

and yeah of course I will not show publicly when I get it wrong ;)
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Jun 16, 2020 2:26 pm

miltiades wrote:Which fall stupid??
Sterling will be on par with the Euro in a short while. Perhaps by MID JUNE 2020.
Do you use fingers for counting ??
What a Plonker !!



Is it mid June yet CoCo...? :lol:
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:04 pm

miltiades wrote:Plonker, i did predict that sterling will come down to 1.10 against the MIGHTY Euro.
I predicted this to happen by January 31st, it happened in early March. Let me now make another prediction
Sterling will be at or below 1 euro by June 30th this year. Mark it down to remind your self. I also make another prediction.
The MIGHTY Euro will replace the dollar as the worlds preferred currency
Within 3 years, perhaps by then you may realize that shit comes out your arse and not out your head. By the way, how is that pound in your pocket ?? For every pound yoi now receive 1.05 euros.



I did mark it down and reminded myself... :wink:

And quelle surprise, your prediction was wrong yet again CoCo.... :lol:
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby miltiades » Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:07 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:Plonker, i did predict that sterling will come down to 1.10 against the MIGHTY Euro.
I predicted this to happen by January 31st, it happened in early March. Let me now make another prediction
Sterling will be at or below 1 euro by June 30th this year. Mark it down to remind your self. I also make another prediction.
The MIGHTY Euro will replace the dollar as the worlds preferred currency
Within 3 years, perhaps by then you may realize that shit comes out your arse and not out your head. By the way, how is that pound in your pocket ?? For every pound yoi now receive 1.05 euros.



I did mark it down and reminded myself... :wink:

And quelle surprise, your prediction was wrong yet again CoCo.... :lol:

Hi Stupid. The rate you will get today is 1.05 Euros to the pound. The MMR right now hovering just over 1.09. Are you really so bloody stupid are just a peasant who understants sfa about currencies. Sterling is on its way Well below 1 euro, sooner or later because of the stupidity of 17 or so million of peasants such as you. Britain or rather England has the very best people on the planet it also has the most stupid low down ignorant and rather thick peasants on earth, nowhaiminmate. !!
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:57 pm

miltiades wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:Plonker, i did predict that sterling will come down to 1.10 against the MIGHTY Euro.
I predicted this to happen by January 31st, it happened in early March. Let me now make another prediction
Sterling will be at or below 1 euro by June 30th this year. Mark it down to remind your self. I also make another prediction.
The MIGHTY Euro will replace the dollar as the worlds preferred currency
Within 3 years, perhaps by then you may realize that shit comes out your arse and not out your head. By the way, how is that pound in your pocket ?? For every pound yoi now receive 1.05 euros.



I did mark it down and reminded myself... :wink:

And quelle surprise, your prediction was wrong yet again CoCo.... :lol:

Hi Stupid. The rate you will get today is 1.05 Euros to the pound. The MMR right now hovering just over 1.09. Are you really so bloody stupid are just a peasant who understants sfa about currencies. Sterling is on its way Well below 1 euro, sooner or later because of the stupidity of 17 or so million of peasants such as you. Britain or rather England has the very best people on the planet it also has the most stupid low down ignorant and rather thick peasants on earth, nowhaiminmate. !!



So you admit that your mid-June and end-June predictions were wrong then CoCo...? :lol:

Like your sage words on the new leader of the conservatives...? :lol:

Quite frankly, if you said it was going to rain tomorrow I wouldn't be searching out my brolly.... :wink:
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Re: A SHORT LIVED RECOVERY ?

Postby Londonrake » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:08 pm

Exchange rates fluctuate with uncertainty and that's what will continue to happen with sterling until things finally settle down. It's the way the "teenage scribblers" make their money. I say that as somebody who, just like many others, has lost out financially over the past 4 years. Nevertheless, no nation's destiny should be decided by the forex markets.

And - I'd have thought a lesson would have been learned with all these momentous events. The more sneering contempt throw at those who voted to leave the EU (effectively 4 times) the more opinion has hardened. Apparently not though. :(
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