How to Buy Bitcoin with 0% Commission in April 2019

Wait for Bitcoin to bottom on daily chart then buy Numeraire should recover but loks like we are headed to around 0.015 BTC

It should bounce off that very hard..also everything else should bottom out nearterm by the 10th of July
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For Trading April 23rd

OIL Rebounds!
Stocks Rally
Several Solid Earnings Surprises
As I said in my closing comment (below) there were 3 legs to the stool that supported the market today, oil, earnings, and strong futures. The market in the oil was up a little, down a little, but when the futures rallied off the $10.00 level and moved to as high as $16.18, the turn in the market was right there following it. We finished with the DJIA +456.94 (1.99%), NASDAQ +232.15 (2.81%), S&P 500 +62.75 (2.29%), the Russell +16.43 (1.39%) and the DJ Transports (the only loser -3.78 (.05%). There were only 3 DJIA names lower and only single digits with the gainers MCD +61, AAPL +53, V +40, MSFT +39, and INTC and HD adding 25 DPs. Volume was a little light with A/D 2.5:1 on NYSE and 2.2:1 on NASDAQ. The NASDAQ 100 (QQQ) was the strongest mover with energy number 2. Consumer staples and financials were weak.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights, and we’ve grown to almost 1900 members. I also did this video titled “How to survive being an options trader and not blow up your account,” over the long weekend. I think it’s very informative as a guide to stock selection and option choices. The link is https://youtu.be/Y7H9RpWfLlo Enjoy!!
Tonight’s closing comment video https://youtu.be/YOGWiIDX-sM
SECTORS: Earnings were a feature again with SNAP continuing higher after last night’s numbers and finishing $17.01 +4.57 (37%). TXN finished +5.14 (4.8%), and the biggest winner was CMG +95.57 (12.2%) on an earnings beat and a monster gain in digital business.
Expedia (EXPE) is being courted by 2 private equity firms for a $1 Billion investment. The stock is down from $144 last year to hit $40.76 in March but finished the day $61.42 +4.17 after trading as high as $64.12. I’m sure that these two firms are much smarter than I, but I can’t see the upside for a very long time. When restaurants reopen, capacity will be cut, same for hotels and cruise ships. I have no idea how long planes will be required to fly with smaller loads, but there are just too many “unknowns” to plunk $1 billion down for hospitalities. Just saying.
BIOPHARMA: was HIGHER with the big exception being BIIB. It finished – 31.51 (9.58%) on the news that its Alzheimer’s drug will be delayed. ABBV +1.42, REGN +13.26, ISRG +15.50, GILD +3.07, MYL -.21, TEVA +.05, VRTX +6.57, BHC +.24, INCY +1.51, ICPT -.14, LABU +1.96 and IBB $124.16 +1.74 (1.42%)
CANNABIS: This group was MIXED with TLRY +.09, CGC -.14, CRON -.04, GWPH -1.40, ACB -.003, PYX -.09, NBEV +.03, CURLF +.015, KERN +.25 and MJ $11.50 +.21 (1.86%).
DEFENSE: was HIGHER with LMT +9.43, RTX +.80, GD +3.31, TXT +.46, NOC +8.83, BWXT +.94, TDY +6.37 and ITA $148.20 +.74 (.50%).
RETAIL: was LOWER with the exception of the discounters. M -.35, JWN -.48, KSS -1.00, DDS -2.36 (9.16%), JCP -.008, WMT +2.70, TGT +.09, TJX +.35, RL -.32, UAA +.14, LULU -5.37, TPR -.25, CPRI -.35 and XRT $33.19 +.11 (.33%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were HIGHER with only NFLX down $12.94 (2.98%) on its earnings miss. GOOGL +43.94, AMZN +31.88, AAPL +7.58, FB +11.52 (6.74%), NVDA +15.02, TSLA +43.28 (6.3%), BABA +2.99, BIDU +.01, CMG continuing higher in extended hours +104.37 (13.27%), BA -.48, CAT +1.03, DIS +.76, and XLK $87.30 +3.15 (3.74%).
FINANCIALS were SLIGHTLY HIGHER with GS +2.23, JPM +.37, BAC +.16, MS +.90, C +.67 PNC unchanged, AIG +.04, TRV +.01, AXP +.81, V +6.05, and XLF $21.56 +.27 (1.27%).
OIL, $13.78 +2.21. Oil was the BIGGEST STORY of the day again with the June contract taking over and recovering from what was surely forced liquidation in May. Remember, that this will happen again unless the market improves before May 19th. Oil stocks were higher with APA + .85 (9.92%) and HES +3.01 (8.28%) and XLE $33.50 +1.19 (3.68%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,738.00 +50.5 After the recent gains, Gold broke solidly above $1,700 and traded as high as $1788 last Wednesday. Tuesday night it fell and hit $1,666 before coming back up $20. Today it rallied hard and I still expect much higher prices. We are long NEM.
BITCOIN: closed $7115 + 225. After we traded in the uptrend, I mentioned this weekend that I felt we’d have to test 6750 and today we hit 6465 before turning back up. While I want to add the 350, I still want to wait and see some stabilization. We still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $7.70 +.26 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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Ouch!

For Trading March 10th
HISTORIC ACTION
Is Cruising Over?
Entire Yield Curve Under 1%
Today’s market was down from overnight with the futures hitting “limit down” before 4:00AM. The DJIA opened at 9:30, like always, but was halted within 4 minutes after hitting the “circuit-breakers” at -7% and trading was stopped for 15-minutes after which we reopened and headed lower again, touching -1946, and by noon we had recovered to only -1183, but by 3:00 we had made a new low of 23,706 -2158 before a rally to -1650 before another sell-off to close DJIA – 2013.76 (7.79%), NASDAQ -624.94 (7.29%), S&P 500 -225.81 (7.60%), the Russell -135.79 (9.37%, and DJ Transports, the biggest loser -874.21 (9.76%). Market internals were just short of absurd with numbers that I had to go to several sources to make sure were correct. NYSE raw numbers were 70:2973 or 43:1 and NASDAQ was 169:3190 or 19:1. The DJIA was 30:0 after WMT, which held on all day fell into the red. The biggest losers were not double, but triple-digit movers with BA -237, AAPL -155, GS -136, HD -123, CAT -117, and JPM -100DPs. The only single digit losers were VZ and WMT. It was an interesting day, but not one I’d like to see too often. The market was influenced by not only COVID-19, but also the fact that OPEC couldn’t come up with an agreement to limit oil production. Over the weekend Saudi Arabia declared a price war with Russia, the main opponent to any agreement. Interest rates continued to fall, and that, along with the oil news sent the banking names down dramatically. I’ll list those below in their sector.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: It was a very tough day for everyone. While we did have a “Merger Monday” deal between AON and WLTW, neither of the participants made any headway. AON Plc, is buying Willis, Towers, Watson in the biggest insurance transaction ever and creating the world’s largest insurance broker, surpassing Marsh & McLennan (MMC) and worth about $80Billion.
There were a couple of names higher, just a few, and the main ones were in the auto parts segment with ORLY finishing $373.63 +5.55 (1.51%), AZO, $1113.69 +53.38 (5.03%) and AAP $130.36 +2.45 (1.92%). This group has been weak for the past 4-6 months. Also higher was discounter DLTR, $83.51 +3.27 (4.08%).
The Cruise lines continued to fall with all making new lows. RCL fell to $48.27 - 16.74 (25.75%) and down from $135 in January. CCL fell to $21.74 -5.41 (19.93%) and down from $52, while NCLH was $19.81 – 7.29 (26.9%) and down from $60. This is absolutely uninvestable. There will clearly be a point at which the shorts cover, but this group is dead money for a while.
In more COVID-19 news, Inovio (INO) which moved from $2.40 to $16.00 on the news that it would start human trials of its vaccine in April. This morning at $19.36 before collapsing all the way back to $8.53 before closing $9.83 -4.26 (30.23%).
But the HOMERUN OF THE DAY was another name I talked about in this space, AIM Immuno-Tech, Inc (AIM). The company said that its drug, Ampligen will begin testing at National Inst. Of Infectious Diseases in Japan that could play an important role in developing a protective early-onset therapy for COVID-19. The stock has been reverse split both 1:12 in 2016 and more recently 1:44 last June and traded under $ .40 had moved up to $3.50 this month and traded up on the news finishing $6.10 +4.00 (190%) and is continuing in extended hours to $8.75 and is currently $7.69 up an additional $1.59 for a total gain of $5.59 (266%). Quite a highlight on a dismal day.
BIOPHARMA: was LOWER with all names falling hard with BIIB -20.76, ABBV -3.55, REGN -20.58, ISRG -44.48, MYL -1.19, TEVA -1.42, VRTX -13.85, BHC -2.69, INCY -4.42, ICPT -6.88, LABU -11.47 (24.95%), and IBB $109.80 -8.23 (6.97%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -2.47 (24.65%) and KERN -2.58 (37.34%) and none down less than 7.48%. The ETF, MJ $11.74 -1.36 (10.38%).
DEFENSE: was LOWER with some major loses by LMT -31.47, RTN -14.83, GD -13.01, TXT -5.48 (15.26%), UTX -12.48, NOC -15.58, BWXT -5.14, TDY -33.73, and ITA was $174.00 -21.04 (10.79%).
RETAIL was LOWER with major losses. The brands were the biggest losers on the day. M-1.12, JWN -1.88, KSS -2.84, DDS -2.37, JCP - .015, WMT -1.17, TGT -1.92, TJX -1.35, RL -10.78 (10.19%), UAA -1.46 (11.56%), LULU -22.44 (10.27%), TPR -3.35 (15.44%), CPRI -3.13 (13.65%) and XRT $37.01 -2.12 (5.42%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were LOWER with GOOGL -80.14, AMZN -96.19, AAPL -21.42, FB -11.40, NFLX -22.48, NVDA -21.04, IBM -10.38, TSLA -92.48 (13.01%), BABA -7.24, BIDU -8.52, BA -36.22 (13.81%) on continuing problems with the 737MAX and the general market, CAT -16.42 (13.52%), DIS -10.55, and XLK $82.84 -6.07 (6.83%).
FINANCIALS were LOWER with most down over 10% with the market and softness in rates with GS -19.14, JPM -13.53, BAC -3.59, MS -4.35, C -9.34, PNC -15.48, AIG -5.13, TRV -8.54, AXP -9.94, and XLF $22.80 -2.75 (10.76%).
OIL, $31.13 -10.15 (24.58%) The stocks were LOWER with the dramatic fall on the “price war” between the Saudi’s and Putin. It’s difficult to even relate to the prices I’m seeing. In August when OXY bought APC for $57billion OXY was just over $50. Tonight it closed $12.51 –14.35 (53.43%) and the COMBINED market-cap is only $11.4Billion. The rest of the list was equally bad with CVX -13.42, XOM -4.94, MRO 4.06 -2.77 (40.56%), MPC -5.43, APA 10.22 -10.48 (50.6%), BP -5.66 and XLE $34.98 -7.52 (17.69%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,675.70 +3.30. After the rebound, and the overnight move to $1,704.30 we sold off as liquidation hit even the yellow metal. We managed to close up on the day, but it was a disappointment just the same. Our $1.40 position in the GLD calls finished $1.65 +.11.
BITCOIN: closed $7,850 -1,315. We broke to the downside overnight and fell to a low of $7,640, which closed a gap left on the breakout back in January. While I want to add the 350 sold just over a week ago, I want to wait and see some stabilization. We did have 2 subscribers add to new positions under the close today. But we still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $8.86 – 1.72 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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What Can We Expect in the Halving Market? 58COIN Exchange Beauty Executive Gives the Answer

What Can We Expect in the Halving Market? 58COIN Exchange Beauty Executive Gives the Answer


What are the effects of the third Bitcoin halving?
How to view the relationship between mining pools and exchanges?
Is the contract a road of no return?
What is the future trend of digital currency?


Q1: What does 58COIN expect from this Bitcoin halving?
Xiao Bei: On the macro level, reduction in the bitcoin production shows a more stable signal to the market. May 12th is the third halving in bitcoin’s history, before it, however, the daily production plunged from 1800 to 900, a reduction of around 30,000 bitcoins in a month. The selling pressure reduced significantly, which leaves the root impact on the gradual stability of the market.
The reduction not only brought us a bull market with a sustainable and long-lasting effect but greater opportunities as well. As an exchange, it should better improve itself and render stable and quality products to users. Currently, 58COIN’s mining pool ranks the top 5 in the world. After the reduction, based on the principle of survival of the fittest, the superior resources will be allocated to a larger and more stable mining farm, and the steady recovery of computing power is also anticipating.
Q2: As an exchange, why does 58COIN occupy more than 10% of the overall bitcoin’s computing power?
Xiao Bei: At present, our computing power share is about 7.8%, ranking among the top five in the world. Our recent goal is to have a stable computing power share of more than 10%.
The mining pool provides the main non-trading BTC source for the exchange, increases the supply of BTCs on the market, and injects liquidity into the market. The top ten exchanges are expected to receive more than 70% of the bitcoin in the mining pool, so all major exchanges have begun to layout the mining pool to compete for BTC.
58COIN has reorganized the layout and started the operation of the new mining pool (58COIN& 1THash) in 2019. We have a mature operation team with more than 6 years’ experience, and hope to better link the upstream and downstream industries in the next stage. This is also an important step in the strategic development of high-quality exchanges.
Q3: For an exchange, liquidity and redemption abilities are the absolute reflection of the user's sense of security. How does 58COIN ensure these two abilities that users care most?
Xiao Bei: In terms of liquidity, first of all, our registered users have exceeded 3 million, which provides sufficient trading liquidity and depth. Secondly, our matching transaction service with constantly upgraded technology and algorithm ensures that each matchmaking time is in the microsecond level, and easily achieve system 10,000-level throughput performance.
Concerning the redemption ability, non-trading digital assets held by the exchange serves as the foundation. The advantages of 58COIN's mining pool have accumulated abundant platform reserves for us. As of now, our risk reserve has exceeded 3.6 billion yuan.
Besides, the Exchange integrates account opening, transaction matching, and liquidation, and plays an important role in the secondary market. Most exchanges lack a high-quality intelligent risk control system, a comprehensive anti-money laundering mechanism, and insufficient open and transparent information disclosure and supervision. There may be acts of forgery of trading volume, joint price manipulation with the project party, and other actions that harm the interests of investors. If the liquidity itself is not good enough, the situation mentioned above is more likely to occur.
Q4: Which section does 58COIN values most? Contract Trading or Spot Transactions? What is the biggest advantage of trading contracts on 58COIN?
Xiao Bei: Both spot and contract boast their own advantages, separately lie in the exchange value through hoarded coins, and flexible use of fluctuations. 58COIN as the main contract exchange, contract trading is definitely our focus. In terms of spot, it is mainly based on mainstream currencies.
Compared with spot trading, the two-direction trading mechanism is more flexible. Also, leverage can increase the utilization rate of funds and amplify the profit, which is suitable for users with fewer funds to trade.
The biggest advantage of contract transactions, in addition to the just mentioned abundant platform reserves, complete risk control and huge user base, there are several points related to the user's vital interests:
  1. The lowest fee in the industry. For example, the handling fee of the perpetual contract is: “Taker 0.03%, Maker 0.015%”;
  2. The fixed maintenance margin of 0.5%;
  3. No funding fees. We have made every effort to reduce the principal consumption in each exchange, thus greatly lower the risk of liquidation;
  4. The platform insurance funds bear the full debt loss, and users do not have to worry about apportioning any risks.
In addition, the contract can also maintain the value of the existing mainstream spot of the user to minimize the risk of depreciation caused by spot fluctuations.
It is worth mentioning that in terms of wallet, we implement multi-level and multi-dimensional security risk control strategies such as hot and cold wallet isolation, multi-signature authorization, and regularly change of hot wallet addresses. Meanwhile, a manual verification process was added to ensure the safety of the assets. Since its establishment, there has never been any wallet accident, wallet stolen, or the loss of coin incidents.
Q5: In the contract transaction, what advice does 58COIN give to novice users?
Xiao Bei: Firstly, please remind that contract is not a devil, it is just a tool. What we should do is to make good use of the tool to make profits.
Secondly, the purpose of the investment is to withdraw, and suggestions are shown below:
1. Invest with the spare funds at hand;
2. In the spot transaction, hoard coins in the bear market and exchange in the bull market, do not follow the trend of buying in the bull market;
3. In the contract, set up operation points and positions, and perform secondary operations according to market conditions. (Do not be greedy)
4. Make a risk response plan during the investment process, such as a sufficient margin, value preservation plan, etc.
Finally, we must keep in mind: when doing spot transactions, choose assets with good liquidity in a way to get away from manipulation projects, risky exchanges, etc.
58COIN provides detailed descriptions for each business line, novice users should read them carefully before using. Besides, each contract trading page is designed with a calculator to help provide trading references to users before investment.
Q6: What are the new plans of 58COIN?
Xiao Bei: First of all, we will remain a sophisticated attitude in technology, risk control, and product experience, offering a stronger guarantee for users' transactions; second, we will further improve the ecological layout of 58COIN, from increasing investment in mining pools, gradually optimizing the hot and cold wallet system, enabling entities, focusing on community construction, etc., with better technical upgrades and preparations, to ensure that the entire 58COIN ecology can better link the upstream and downstream industries, providing our users with a more stable ecological background; We will launch some online activities in the near future, covering basic knowledge, candlestick chart learning, and industry analysis. We look forward to making joint efforts with our users in learning and making progress.
Q7: What does 58COIN want to say about the future cryptocurrency market?
Xiao Bei: The real big bonus in the cryptocurrency market has not yet been released, and Bitcoin has more imagination space than gold in the future. The cryptocurrency market is stepping toward a diversified, professional, and tangible direction, requiring more high-quality industries participation and landing. Though it is currently the fastest-growing field, financial attributes should not be the only factor entitled to cryptocurrencies, the future market should be more integrated and serve the real economy, such as the Internet of Things, financial systems, and personal privacy.
For more details, please log in to www.58ex.com or download our app: https://wap.58ex.com/?locale=en.
Website: https://www.58ex.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/58_coin
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coin.58COIN
Telegram: https://t.me/official58
Medium: https://medium.com/@58coin_blog/
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For Trading April 23rd

OIL Rebounds!
Stocks Rally
Several Solid Earnings Surprises
As I said in my closing comment (below) there were 3 legs to the stool that supported the market today, oil, earnings, and strong futures. The market in the oil was up a little, down a little, but when the futures rallied off the $10.00 level and moved to as high as $16.18, the turn in the market was right there following it. We finished with the DJIA +456.94 (1.99%), NASDAQ +232.15 (2.81%), S&P 500 +62.75 (2.29%), the Russell +16.43 (1.39%) and the DJ Transports (the only loser -3.78 (.05%). There were only 3 DJIA names lower and only single digits with the gainers MCD +61, AAPL +53, V +40, MSFT +39, and INTC and HD adding 25 DPs. Volume was a little light with A/D 2.5:1 on NYSE and 2.2:1 on NASDAQ. The NASDAQ 100 (QQQ) was the strongest mover with energy number 2. Consumer staples and financials were weak.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights, and we’ve grown to almost 1900 members. I also did this video titled “How to survive being an options trader and not blow up your account,” over the long weekend. I think it’s very informative as a guide to stock selection and option choices. The link is https://youtu.be/Y7H9RpWfLlo Enjoy!!
Tonight’s closing comment video https://youtu.be/YOGWiIDX-sM
SECTORS: Earnings were a feature again with SNAP continuing higher after last night’s numbers and finishing $17.01 +4.57 (37%). TXN finished +5.14 (4.8%), and the biggest winner was CMG +95.57 (12.2%) on an earnings beat and a monster gain in digital business.
Expedia (EXPE) is being courted by 2 private equity firms for a $1 Billion investment. The stock is down from $144 last year to hit $40.76 in March but finished the day $61.42 +4.17 after trading as high as $64.12. I’m sure that these two firms are much smarter than I, but I can’t see the upside for a very long time. When restaurants reopen, capacity will be cut, same for hotels and cruise ships. I have no idea how long planes will be required to fly with smaller loads, but there are just too many “unknowns” to plunk $1 billion down for hospitalities. Just saying.
BIOPHARMA: was HIGHER with the big exception being BIIB. It finished – 31.51 (9.58%) on the news that its Alzheimer’s drug will be delayed. ABBV +1.42, REGN +13.26, ISRG +15.50, GILD +3.07, MYL -.21, TEVA +.05, VRTX +6.57, BHC +.24, INCY +1.51, ICPT -.14, LABU +1.96 and IBB $124.16 +1.74 (1.42%)
CANNABIS: This group was MIXED with TLRY +.09, CGC -.14, CRON -.04, GWPH -1.40, ACB -.003, PYX -.09, NBEV +.03, CURLF +.015, KERN +.25 and MJ $11.50 +.21 (1.86%).
DEFENSE: was HIGHER with LMT +9.43, RTX +.80, GD +3.31, TXT +.46, NOC +8.83, BWXT +.94, TDY +6.37 and ITA $148.20 +.74 (.50%).
RETAIL: was LOWER with the exception of the discounters. M -.35, JWN -.48, KSS -1.00, DDS -2.36 (9.16%), JCP -.008, WMT +2.70, TGT +.09, TJX +.35, RL -.32, UAA +.14, LULU -5.37, TPR -.25, CPRI -.35 and XRT $33.19 +.11 (.33%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were HIGHER with only NFLX down $12.94 (2.98%) on its earnings miss. GOOGL +43.94, AMZN +31.88, AAPL +7.58, FB +11.52 (6.74%), NVDA +15.02, TSLA +43.28 (6.3%), BABA +2.99, BIDU +.01, CMG continuing higher in extended hours +104.37 (13.27%), BA -.48, CAT +1.03, DIS +.76, and XLK $87.30 +3.15 (3.74%).
FINANCIALS were SLIGHTLY HIGHER with GS +2.23, JPM +.37, BAC +.16, MS +.90, C +.67 PNC unchanged, AIG +.04, TRV +.01, AXP +.81, V +6.05, and XLF $21.56 +.27 (1.27%).
OIL, $13.78 +2.21. Oil was the BIGGEST STORY of the day again with the June contract taking over and recovering from what was surely forced liquidation in May. Remember, that this will happen again unless the market improves before May 19th. Oil stocks were higher with APA + .85 (9.92%) and HES +3.01 (8.28%) and XLE $33.50 +1.19 (3.68%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,738.00 +50.5 After the recent gains, Gold broke solidly above $1,700 and traded as high as $1788 last Wednesday. Tuesday night it fell and hit $1,666 before coming back up $20. Today it rallied hard and I still expect much higher prices. We are long NEM.
BITCOIN: closed $7115 + 225. After we traded in the uptrend, I mentioned this weekend that I felt we’d have to test 6750 and today we hit 6465 before turning back up. While I want to add the 350, I still want to wait and see some stabilization. We still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $7.70 +.26 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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Historic!

For Trading March 10th
HISTORIC ACTION
Is Cruising Over?
Entire Yield Curve Under 1%
Today’s market was down from overnight with the futures hitting “limit down” before 4:00AM. The DJIA opened at 9:30, like always, but was halted within 4 minutes after hitting the “circuit-breakers” at -7% and trading was stopped for 15-minutes after which we reopened and headed lower again, touching -1946, and by noon we had recovered to only -1183, but by 3:00 we had made a new low of 23,706 -2158 before a rally to -1650 before another sell-off to close DJIA – 2013.76 (7.79%), NASDAQ -624.94 (7.29%), S&P 500 -225.81 (7.60%), the Russell -135.79 (9.37%, and DJ Transports, the biggest loser -874.21 (9.76%). Market internals were just short of absurd with numbers that I had to go to several sources to make sure were correct. NYSE raw numbers were 70:2973 or 43:1 and NASDAQ was 169:3190 or 19:1. The DJIA was 30:0 after WMT, which held on all day fell into the red. The biggest losers were not double, but triple-digit movers with BA -237, AAPL -155, GS -136, HD -123, CAT -117, and JPM -100DPs. The only single digit losers were VZ and WMT. It was an interesting day, but not one I’d like to see too often. The market was influenced by not only COVID-19, but also the fact that OPEC couldn’t come up with an agreement to limit oil production. Over the weekend Saudi Arabia declared a price war with Russia, the main opponent to any agreement. Interest rates continued to fall, and that, along with the oil news sent the banking names down dramatically. I’ll list those below in their sector.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: It was a very tough day for everyone. While we did have a “Merger Monday” deal between AON and WLTW, neither of the participants made any headway. AON Plc, is buying Willis, Towers, Watson in the biggest insurance transaction ever and creating the world’s largest insurance broker, surpassing Marsh & McLennan (MMC) and worth about $80Billion.
There were a couple of names higher, just a few, and the main ones were in the auto parts segment with ORLY finishing $373.63 +5.55 (1.51%), AZO, $1113.69 +53.38 (5.03%) and AAP $130.36 +2.45 (1.92%). This group has been weak for the past 4-6 months. Also higher was discounter DLTR, $83.51 +3.27 (4.08%).
The Cruise lines continued to fall with all making new lows. RCL fell to $48.27 - 16.74 (25.75%) and down from $135 in January. CCL fell to $21.74 -5.41 (19.93%) and down from $52, while NCLH was $19.81 – 7.29 (26.9%) and down from $60. This is absolutely uninvestable. There will clearly be a point at which the shorts cover, but this group is dead money for a while.
In more COVID-19 news, Inovio (INO) which moved from $2.40 to $16.00 on the news that it would start human trials of its vaccine in April. This morning at $19.36 before collapsing all the way back to $8.53 before closing $9.83 -4.26 (30.23%).
But the HOMERUN OF THE DAY was another name I talked about in this space, AIM Immuno-Tech, Inc (AIM). The company said that its drug, Ampligen will begin testing at National Inst. Of Infectious Diseases in Japan that could play an important role in developing a protective early-onset therapy for COVID-19. The stock has been reverse split both 1:12 in 2016 and more recently 1:44 last June and traded under $ .40 had moved up to $3.50 this month and traded up on the news finishing $6.10 +4.00 (190%) and is continuing in extended hours to $8.75 and is currently $7.69 up an additional $1.59 for a total gain of $5.59 (266%). Quite a highlight on a dismal day.
BIOPHARMA: was LOWER with all names falling hard with BIIB -20.76, ABBV -3.55, REGN -20.58, ISRG -44.48, MYL -1.19, TEVA -1.42, VRTX -13.85, BHC -2.69, INCY -4.42, ICPT -6.88, LABU -11.47 (24.95%), and IBB $109.80 -8.23 (6.97%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -2.47 (24.65%) and KERN -2.58 (37.34%) and none down less than 7.48%. The ETF, MJ $11.74 -1.36 (10.38%).
DEFENSE: was LOWER with some major loses by LMT -31.47, RTN -14.83, GD -13.01, TXT -5.48 (15.26%), UTX -12.48, NOC -15.58, BWXT -5.14, TDY -33.73, and ITA was $174.00 -21.04 (10.79%).
RETAIL was LOWER with major losses. The brands were the biggest losers on the day. M-1.12, JWN -1.88, KSS -2.84, DDS -2.37, JCP - .015, WMT -1.17, TGT -1.92, TJX -1.35, RL -10.78 (10.19%), UAA -1.46 (11.56%), LULU -22.44 (10.27%), TPR -3.35 (15.44%), CPRI -3.13 (13.65%) and XRT $37.01 -2.12 (5.42%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were LOWER with GOOGL -80.14, AMZN -96.19, AAPL -21.42, FB -11.40, NFLX -22.48, NVDA -21.04, IBM -10.38, TSLA -92.48 (13.01%), BABA -7.24, BIDU -8.52, BA -36.22 (13.81%) on continuing problems with the 737MAX and the general market, CAT -16.42 (13.52%), DIS -10.55, and XLK $82.84 -6.07 (6.83%).
FINANCIALS were LOWER with most down over 10% with the market and softness in rates with GS -19.14, JPM -13.53, BAC -3.59, MS -4.35, C -9.34, PNC -15.48, AIG -5.13, TRV -8.54, AXP -9.94, and XLF $22.80 -2.75 (10.76%).
OIL, $31.13 -10.15 (24.58%) The stocks were LOWER with the dramatic fall on the “price war” between the Saudi’s and Putin. It’s difficult to even relate to the prices I’m seeing. In August when OXY bought APC for $57billion OXY was just over $50. Tonight it closed $12.51 –14.35 (53.43%) and the COMBINED market-cap is only $11.4Billion. The rest of the list was equally bad with CVX -13.42, XOM -4.94, MRO 4.06 -2.77 (40.56%), MPC -5.43, APA 10.22 -10.48 (50.6%), BP -5.66 and XLE $34.98 -7.52 (17.69%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,675.70 +3.30. After the rebound, and the overnight move to $1,704.30 we sold off as liquidation hit even the yellow metal. We managed to close up on the day, but it was a disappointment just the same. Our $1.40 position in the GLD calls finished $1.65 +.11.
BITCOIN: closed $7,850 -1,315. We broke to the downside overnight and fell to a low of $7,640, which closed a gap left on the breakout back in January. While I want to add the 350 sold just over a week ago, I want to wait and see some stabilization. We did have 2 subscribers add to new positions under the close today. But we still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $8.86 – 1.72 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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For Trading March 10th

For Trading March 10th
HISTORIC ACTION
Is Cruising Over?
Entire Yield Curve Under 1%
Today’s market was down from overnight with the futures hitting “limit down” before 4:00AM. The DJIA opened at 9:30, like always, but was halted within 4 minutes after hitting the “circuit-breakers” at -7% and trading was stopped for 15-minutes after which we reopened and headed lower again, touching -1946, and by noon we had recovered to only -1183, but by 3:00 we had made a new low of 23,706 -2158 before a rally to -1650 before another sell-off to close DJIA – 2013.76 (7.79%), NASDAQ -624.94 (7.29%), S&P 500 -225.81 (7.60%), the Russell -135.79 (9.37%, and DJ Transports, the biggest loser -874.21 (9.76%). Market internals were just short of absurd with numbers that I had to go to several sources to make sure were correct. NYSE raw numbers were 70:2973 or 43:1 and NASDAQ was 169:3190 or 19:1. The DJIA was 30:0 after WMT, which held on all day fell into the red. The biggest losers were not double, but triple-digit movers with BA -237, AAPL -155, GS -136, HD -123, CAT -117, and JPM -100DPs. The only single digit losers were VZ and WMT. It was an interesting day, but not one I’d like to see too often. The market was influenced by not only COVID-19, but also the fact that OPEC couldn’t come up with an agreement to limit oil production. Over the weekend Saudi Arabia declared a price war with Russia, the main opponent to any agreement. Interest rates continued to fall, and that, along with the oil news sent the banking names down dramatically. I’ll list those below in their sector.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: It was a very tough day for everyone. While we did have a “Merger Monday” deal between AON and WLTW, neither of the participants made any headway. AON Plc, is buying Willis, Towers, Watson in the biggest insurance transaction ever and creating the world’s largest insurance broker, surpassing Marsh & McLennan (MMC) and worth about $80Billion.
There were a couple of names higher, just a few, and the main ones were in the auto parts segment with ORLY finishing $373.63 +5.55 (1.51%), AZO, $1113.69 +53.38 (5.03%) and AAP $130.36 +2.45 (1.92%). This group has been weak for the past 4-6 months. Also higher was discounter DLTR, $83.51 +3.27 (4.08%).
The Cruise lines continued to fall with all making new lows. RCL fell to $48.27 - 16.74 (25.75%) and down from $135 in January. CCL fell to $21.74 -5.41 (19.93%) and down from $52, while NCLH was $19.81 – 7.29 (26.9%) and down from $60. This is absolutely uninvestable. There will clearly be a point at which the shorts cover, but this group is dead money for a while.
In more COVID-19 news, Inovio (INO) which moved from $2.40 to $16.00 on the news that it would start human trials of its vaccine in April. This morning at $19.36 before collapsing all the way back to $8.53 before closing $9.83 -4.26 (30.23%).
But the HOMERUN OF THE DAY was another name I talked about in this space, AIM Immuno-Tech, Inc (AIM). The company said that its drug, Ampligen will begin testing at National Inst. Of Infectious Diseases in Japan that could play an important role in developing a protective early-onset therapy for COVID-19. The stock has been reverse split both 1:12 in 2016 and more recently 1:44 last June and traded under $ .40 had moved up to $3.50 this month and traded up on the news finishing $6.10 +4.00 (190%) and is continuing in extended hours to $8.75 and is currently $7.69 up an additional $1.59 for a total gain of $5.59 (266%). Quite a highlight on a dismal day.
BIOPHARMA: was LOWER with all names falling hard with BIIB -20.76, ABBV -3.55, REGN -20.58, ISRG -44.48, MYL -1.19, TEVA -1.42, VRTX -13.85, BHC -2.69, INCY -4.42, ICPT -6.88, LABU -11.47 (24.95%), and IBB $109.80 -8.23 (6.97%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -2.47 (24.65%) and KERN -2.58 (37.34%) and none down less than 7.48%. The ETF, MJ $11.74 -1.36 (10.38%).
DEFENSE: was LOWER with some major loses by LMT -31.47, RTN -14.83, GD -13.01, TXT -5.48 (15.26%), UTX -12.48, NOC -15.58, BWXT -5.14, TDY -33.73, and ITA was $174.00 -21.04 (10.79%).
RETAIL was LOWER with major losses. The brands were the biggest losers on the day. M-1.12, JWN -1.88, KSS -2.84, DDS -2.37, JCP - .015, WMT -1.17, TGT -1.92, TJX -1.35, RL -10.78 (10.19%), UAA -1.46 (11.56%), LULU -22.44 (10.27%), TPR -3.35 (15.44%), CPRI -3.13 (13.65%) and XRT $37.01 -2.12 (5.42%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were LOWER with GOOGL -80.14, AMZN -96.19, AAPL -21.42, FB -11.40, NFLX -22.48, NVDA -21.04, IBM -10.38, TSLA -92.48 (13.01%), BABA -7.24, BIDU -8.52, BA -36.22 (13.81%) on continuing problems with the 737MAX and the general market, CAT -16.42 (13.52%), DIS -10.55, and XLK $82.84 -6.07 (6.83%).
FINANCIALS were LOWER with most down over 10% with the market and softness in rates with GS -19.14, JPM -13.53, BAC -3.59, MS -4.35, C -9.34, PNC -15.48, AIG -5.13, TRV -8.54, AXP -9.94, and XLF $22.80 -2.75 (10.76%).
OIL, $31.13 -10.15 (24.58%) The stocks were LOWER with the dramatic fall on the “price war” between the Saudi’s and Putin. It’s difficult to even relate to the prices I’m seeing. In August when OXY bought APC for $57billion OXY was just over $50. Tonight it closed $12.51 –14.35 (53.43%) and the COMBINED market-cap is only $11.4Billion. The rest of the list was equally bad with CVX -13.42, XOM -4.94, MRO 4.06 -2.77 (40.56%), MPC -5.43, APA 10.22 -10.48 (50.6%), BP -5.66 and XLE $34.98 -7.52 (17.69%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,675.70 +3.30. After the rebound, and the overnight move to $1,704.30 we sold off as liquidation hit even the yellow metal. We managed to close up on the day, but it was a disappointment just the same. Our $1.40 position in the GLD calls finished $1.65 +.11.
BITCOIN: closed $7,850 -1,315. We broke to the downside overnight and fell to a low of $7,640, which closed a gap left on the breakout back in January. While I want to add the 350 sold just over a week ago, I want to wait and see some stabilization. We did have 2 subscribers add to new positions under the close today. But we still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $8.86 – 1.72 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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For Trading March 10th

For Trading March 10th
HISTORIC ACTION
Is Cruising Over?
Entire Yield Curve Under 1%
Today’s market was down from overnight with the futures hitting “limit down” before 4:00AM. The DJIA opened at 9:30, like always, but was halted within 4 minutes after hitting the “circuit-breakers” at -7% and trading was stopped for 15-minutes after which we reopened and headed lower again, touching -1946, and by noon we had recovered to only -1183, but by 3:00 we had made a new low of 23,706 -2158 before a rally to -1650 before another sell-off to close DJIA – 2013.76 (7.79%), NASDAQ -624.94 (7.29%), S&P 500 -225.81 (7.60%), the Russell -135.79 (9.37%, and DJ Transports, the biggest loser -874.21 (9.76%). Market internals were just short of absurd with numbers that I had to go to several sources to make sure were correct. NYSE raw numbers were 70:2973 or 43:1 and NASDAQ was 169:3190 or 19:1. The DJIA was 30:0 after WMT, which held on all day fell into the red. The biggest losers were not double, but triple-digit movers with BA -237, AAPL -155, GS -136, HD -123, CAT -117, and JPM -100DPs. The only single digit losers were VZ and WMT. It was an interesting day, but not one I’d like to see too often. The market was influenced by not only COVID-19, but also the fact that OPEC couldn’t come up with an agreement to limit oil production. Over the weekend Saudi Arabia declared a price war with Russia, the main opponent to any agreement. Interest rates continued to fall, and that, along with the oil news sent the banking names down dramatically. I’ll list those below in their sector.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: It was a very tough day for everyone. While we did have a “Merger Monday” deal between AON and WLTW, neither of the participants made any headway. AON Plc, is buying Willis, Towers, Watson in the biggest insurance transaction ever and creating the world’s largest insurance broker, surpassing Marsh & McLennan (MMC) and worth about $80Billion.
There were a couple of names higher, just a few, and the main ones were in the auto parts segment with ORLY finishing $373.63 +5.55 (1.51%), AZO, $1113.69 +53.38 (5.03%) and AAP $130.36 +2.45 (1.92%). This group has been weak for the past 4-6 months. Also higher was discounter DLTR, $83.51 +3.27 (4.08%).
The Cruise lines continued to fall with all making new lows. RCL fell to $48.27 - 16.74 (25.75%) and down from $135 in January. CCL fell to $21.74 -5.41 (19.93%) and down from $52, while NCLH was $19.81 – 7.29 (26.9%) and down from $60. This is absolutely uninvestable. There will clearly be a point at which the shorts cover, but this group is dead money for a while.
In more COVID-19 news, Inovio (INO) which moved from $2.40 to $16.00 on the news that it would start human trials of its vaccine in April. This morning at $19.36 before collapsing all the way back to $8.53 before closing $9.83 -4.26 (30.23%).
But the HOMERUN OF THE DAY was another name I talked about in this space, AIM Immuno-Tech, Inc (AIM). The company said that its drug, Ampligen will begin testing at National Inst. Of Infectious Diseases in Japan that could play an important role in developing a protective early-onset therapy for COVID-19. The stock has been reverse split both 1:12 in 2016 and more recently 1:44 last June and traded under $ .40 had moved up to $3.50 this month and traded up on the news finishing $6.10 +4.00 (190%) and is continuing in extended hours to $8.75 and is currently $7.69 up an additional $1.59 for a total gain of $5.59 (266%). Quite a highlight on a dismal day.
BIOPHARMA: was LOWER with all names falling hard with BIIB -20.76, ABBV -3.55, REGN -20.58, ISRG -44.48, MYL -1.19, TEVA -1.42, VRTX -13.85, BHC -2.69, INCY -4.42, ICPT -6.88, LABU -11.47 (24.95%), and IBB $109.80 -8.23 (6.97%).
CANNABIS: stocks were LOWER with TLRY -2.47 (24.65%) and KERN -2.58 (37.34%) and none down less than 7.48%. The ETF, MJ $11.74 -1.36 (10.38%).
DEFENSE: was LOWER with some major loses by LMT -31.47, RTN -14.83, GD -13.01, TXT -5.48 (15.26%), UTX -12.48, NOC -15.58, BWXT -5.14, TDY -33.73, and ITA was $174.00 -21.04 (10.79%).
RETAIL was LOWER with major losses. The brands were the biggest losers on the day. M-1.12, JWN -1.88, KSS -2.84, DDS -2.37, JCP - .015, WMT -1.17, TGT -1.92, TJX -1.35, RL -10.78 (10.19%), UAA -1.46 (11.56%), LULU -22.44 (10.27%), TPR -3.35 (15.44%), CPRI -3.13 (13.65%) and XRT $37.01 -2.12 (5.42%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were LOWER with GOOGL -80.14, AMZN -96.19, AAPL -21.42, FB -11.40, NFLX -22.48, NVDA -21.04, IBM -10.38, TSLA -92.48 (13.01%), BABA -7.24, BIDU -8.52, BA -36.22 (13.81%) on continuing problems with the 737MAX and the general market, CAT -16.42 (13.52%), DIS -10.55, and XLK $82.84 -6.07 (6.83%).
FINANCIALS were LOWER with most down over 10% with the market and softness in rates with GS -19.14, JPM -13.53, BAC -3.59, MS -4.35, C -9.34, PNC -15.48, AIG -5.13, TRV -8.54, AXP -9.94, and XLF $22.80 -2.75 (10.76%).
OIL, $31.13 -10.15 (24.58%) The stocks were LOWER with the dramatic fall on the “price war” between the Saudi’s and Putin. It’s difficult to even relate to the prices I’m seeing. In August when OXY bought APC for $57billion OXY was just over $50. Tonight it closed $12.51 –14.35 (53.43%) and the COMBINED market-cap is only $11.4Billion. The rest of the list was equally bad with CVX -13.42, XOM -4.94, MRO 4.06 -2.77 (40.56%), MPC -5.43, APA 10.22 -10.48 (50.6%), BP -5.66 and XLE $34.98 -7.52 (17.69%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,675.70 +3.30. After the rebound, and the overnight move to $1,704.30 we sold off as liquidation hit even the yellow metal. We managed to close up on the day, but it was a disappointment just the same. Our $1.40 position in the GLD calls finished $1.65 +.11.
BITCOIN: closed $7,850 -1,315. We broke to the downside overnight and fell to a low of $7,640, which closed a gap left on the breakout back in January. While I want to add the 350 sold just over a week ago, I want to wait and see some stabilization. We did have 2 subscribers add to new positions under the close today. But we still own 400 GBTC with an average of $8.06. GBTC closed $8.86 – 1.72 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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For Trading February 14th

For Trading February 14th
China Gets Caught Lying, Again!
CTL Slides on In-Line Numbers CPI Misses
Today’s market was lower from the start hitting the low -207 by 10:15 and struggling to try to get back to even but having a last hour sell-off to finish -128.11 (.43%), NASDAQ -14.00 (.14%), S&P 500 -5.51 (.19%), the Russell +4.35 (.26%) and the DJ Transports -9.31 (.08%). The new numbers from China, which had supposedly declined were show to have changed due, not to a real improvement, but rather from a new method of classification method. Seems that even if you tested positive, if you weren’t actually showing symptoms, you were classified as okay. Never mind the fact that they really don’t have a clear understanding of the process, or a solid fix on the incubation period. So, when the rest of the world outside of China looked at the data, it turned out it was actually the WORST DAY to date. The market didn’t take kindly to the news although it did make a valiant effort to erase the losses. As shown above, the NASDAQ and S&P 500 were basically unchanged and the Russell higher. The chips higher and NVDA reported after the close and helps the group further. Unfortunately, CSCO continued lower after last night’s numbers, but in a surprise move, Tesla, down as low as $735 on the news of a 22,000 car recall announced a $2 Billion offering and headed straight back up to $818 before finishing the day $804 +36.71 (4.78%). Is this a great market or what?
Market internals were roughly 1:1 on both sides but the DJIA was 2:1 lower.
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: https://discord.gg/ATvC7YZ and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: The early news was a mixture of disappointment in the REAL China numbers and some disappointment in the FTC announcement that the FTC was investigating the FAANG stocks for their methods of “buying out” their competition. On the upside, Applied Materials (AMAT) beat on top and bottom lines, increased margins and gave solid guidance. The stock bottomed in December at $28.79 and had already moved higher to close $65.37 and traded to $69.44 before closing $67.37 + 2.00 (3.06%). It wasn’t all good news, as KHC beat on earnings but missed earnings and gave poor guidance and after already being in steady decline since trading $97.77 in 2/17, opened 29.12 before falling to $27.36 and finishing $27.77 -2.27 (7.56%).
After the close, NVDA beat and rallied from $270 to $292.65 before closing $285.00 +12.46 (4.57%). ROKU beat on earnings (a loss) and beat on revenues and after closing $139.05, it traded from $131 to $157 and finished $147.87 + 8.82 (6.24%). Car Guru (CARG) was a disappointment even though they beat on both revenues and earnings but gave very poor guidance for the next quarter and the FY2020. The stock closed $34.10 but fell as low as $27.30 before finishing $28.33 – 5.77 (16.9%).
BIOPHARMA: was LOWER with BIIB +2.49, ABBV -2.39, REGN -7.49, ISRG +9.16, MYL -.36, TEVA -.95, VRTX -2.12, BHC -1.05, INCY +2.22, ICPT -1.94 and IBB $122.05 -.89 (.72%).
CANNABIS: stocks were HIGHER with TLRY -.20, CGC +.10, CRON +.14, GWPH -1.47, ACB +.04, PYX +.03, NBEV +.35, CURLF +.03, KERN -1.23 (14.84%), and MJ $15.84 +.10 (.64%).
DEFENSE: was LOWER with LMT -1.90, RTN -2.76, GD -1.09, TXT -1.18, UTX -1.30, NOC +.27, BWXT +.69, TDY +6.46, and ITA $238.00 -1.80 (.75%).
RETAIL was LOWER with only the discount stores bucking the trend and M -.27, JWN -.32, KSS -.68, DDS -5.78(8.36%), JCP -.015, WMT +1.62, TGT +.35, TJX + .07, RL -.71, UAA-.26, LULU +.06, TPR -.64, CPRI -1.15, and XRT $44.93 -.17 (.38%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were MIXED with GOOGL -4.81, AMZN -10.00, AAPL -2.59, FB +2.54, NFLX +1.69, NVDA (see above), TSLA +32.38, BABA -3.98, BIDU -2.54, IBM -.98, BA -2.59, CAT +.02, DIS -.87 and XLK $101.54 - .27 (.27%).
FINANCIALS were LOWER with GS -1.41, JPM -.10, BAC +.08, MS -.19, C -.51, PNC +.11, AIG -3.18 (5.86%), TRV +1.17, AXP +1.66, and XLF 31.13 -.01 (.03%).
OIL, $51.42 + .25. Today’s action was a strong rally to move up toward $52.00. A close over $52.14 would set up a test of $55.00. The stocks were MIXED with the XLE $54.87 - .17 (.31%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,578.80 +7.20 after trying $1,565 and rallying to close up on the day, we are again set up to try $1,580 again. We bought the GLD 2/28 150 calls @ $ .84 and they closed out on the 50% Down Rule.
BITCOIN: closed $10,305 -220. We broke to the upside to hit $10,620 today and closing nearer the highs. A solid performance. We own 750 GBTC with an average of $8.89. GBTC closed $12.52 - .96 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
CAM
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HEX had an amazing week!

It's amazing how many good things are happening in HEX and how fast! Notice: Bitcoin FreeClaims thave haven't been made yet are now missing 2% of their stack, and 2% of the 20% speed bonus. Their loss is stakers gain, The stakers will be paid those penalties times adoption bonuses on day 353.

  1. HEXstat .com The first live updating interactive chart of expiring HEX stakes over time. This can help people choose to have their stakes expire when others aren't. This may reduce volatility! This is one of the core features HEX has over other cryptocurrencies, a chart of future total supply AND market supply.
  2. Coinmarketcap, Coingecko, coincodex, and Blockfolio listings.
  3. HEXvis.xyz (HEX Live Visualizer.)
  4. twitter.com/WhaleHEX (HEX whale watcher.)
  5. t.me/HEXstat (HEX stats)
  6. t.me/HEXclaims (HEX support)
  7. t.me/HEXwinBot (HEX monitor bot)
  8. Guide on how to use HEX without the website. (click etherscan at the top of the website)
  9. 7 Exchange listings:
bidesk.com/register?inviteCode=WHGHQWW
VSEX.pro (Asian exchange)
forkdelta.app/#!/trade/0x2b591e99afe9f32eaa6214f7b7629768c40eeb39-ETH
etherdelta.com/#0x2b591e99afe9f32eaa6214f7b7629768c40eeb39-ETH
mcafeedex.com/#HEX-ETH
KYC to withdraw: trade.tagz.com/trade/view ( HEX-BTC and HEX-ETH)
saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/0x2b591e99afe9f32eaa6214f7b7629768c40eeb39

  1. Amazing adoption!
As of block 9089302, Wed, 11 Dec 2019 15:00:15 GMT
BTC = $7,231.52, ETH = $145.17

=== Supply ===
HEX total supply: 13,469,203,804
HEX in circulation: 2,155,517,894 (16.003% of total)
HEX staking: 11,313,685,910 (83.997% of total)

=== Claims ===
# Addresses claimable: 27,997,742
# Addresses claimed: 22,347 (0.080% of claimable)
BTC at snapshot: 18,077,667
BTC claimable: 9,100,880
BTC claimed: 144,016 (1.582% of claimable)
HEX claimed: 1,440,157,830
HEX unclaimed: 179,338,719,157
Smallest claims: 0.00000001 BTC, 0.00012000 HEX
Median claims: 0.27462282 BTC, 3,719 HEX
Largest claims: 2,146 BTC, 15,837,158 HEX

=== Stakes ===
# Stakes all-time: 46,096
# Stakes active: 45,491
# Stakes ended: 605
# Stakes penalized: 182 (30.083% of ended, 0.395% of all)
All-time stake length: Avg 1,034.8, Median 415 days
Active stake length: Avg 1,038.6, Median 420 days
Weighted avg active stake length: 1,408.8 days
Ended stake length: Avg 0.7, Median 0 days
Largest stake all-time: 154,857,673 HEX
Largest stake active: 154,857,673 HEX
Worst ROI of stake ended: -85.07136% (2 of 5,555 days)
Best ROI of stake ended: 0.05469% (6 of 6 days)

=== Adoption Amplifier ===
Flush address balance: 36,709 ETH ($5,329,000.86)
Day 5: HEX: 512,584,967
ETH: 1,315 ($190,878.19)
rate: 389,840 HEX/ETH
Day 6: HEX: 512,537,102
ETH: 1,147 ($166,499.75)
rate: 446,878 HEX/ETH
Day 7: HEX: 512,453,172
ETH: 1,323 ($192,052.71)
rate: 387,356 HEX/ETH
Day 8: HEX: 512,405,123
ETH: 1,015 ($147,398.06)
rate: 504,660 HEX/ETH
Day 9: HEX: 512,396,340
ETH: 219 ($31,829.37)
rate: 2,336,979 HEX/ETH
projected rate at EOD: 1,461,018 HEX/ETH
TOTAL: HEX: 5,101,353,009
ETH: 36,650 ($5,320,474.16)
rate: 133,951 HEX/ETH
(note: total rate is calculated across all AA days HEX and ETH, except that it only uses a fraction of the current day's HEX in proportion to how complete the day is)
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Major Moon Math Update 2017-10-2

The Rainbow Chart Update

There's Major update today for reasons:
EvanDaniel pointed out that I should be Projecting the price with a figure that derives today's price if compounding is applied from the start date. I was reluctant to do that for a variety of reasons, but mostly I didn't think it mattered that much, and I just didn't want to do it. I figured, it doesn't matter, really. That's true until you start seeing the insane gains we've been seeing this year. Projections don't change much for the lower rates, but as they get higher, oh boy does it make a difference.
I bitched and moaned for a while at EvanDaniel, but it was hard to argue with his example, which I thought had to have an error in it. But, behold, the 2017 column is drastically different using his methods, which are more accurate and a better way to project the price. Thanks for putting up with my grumpiness, EvanDaniel, and I'm sorry I didn't listen to you the first and second time you pointed this out.
To make up for my sins, I made Rainbow charts for EvanDaniel .
https://imgur.com/a/xWuaw
I'll add more as time allows. Eventually we'll get all of azop's work back into this sub.
Label 30-day Performance 60-day Performance 90-day Performance 2017 - Present Performance 2016 - Present Performance 2015 - Present Performance 2014 - Present Performance 2013 - Present Performance
From Date 2017-09-19 2017-08-20 2017-07-21 2017-01-02 2016-01-02 2015-01-02 2014-01-02 2013-01-02
Starting Price USD $3,943.41 $4,157.96 $2,682.20 $1,015.98 $432.00 $312.00 $804.00 $12.50
∆% 145% 138% 214% 564% 1326% 1836% 712% 45821%
Doubling in months 1.9 4.4 2.8 4.0 6.0 8.3 16.7 6.8
Doubling Period in Days 58 135 85 121 183 253 508 206
Days in period 30 60 90 291 657 1022 1387 1752
Compounding Daily Periodic Rate 1.25% 0.54% 0.85% 0.60% 0.39% 0.29% 0.14% 0.35%
Daily Periodic Rate 1.51% 0.63% 1.26% 1.59% 0.88% 0.50% 0.19% 0.71%
Annual Rate of Investment 550% 230% 460% 582% 320.3% 182.7% 67.6% 258.4%
Over $6,500.00 on 2017-10-30 2017-11-12 2017-11-04 2017-11-10 2017-11-21 2017-12-03 2018-01-17 2017-11-25
Over $7,000.00 on 2017-11-05 2017-11-26 2017-11-12 2017-11-22 2017-12-09 2017-12-29 2018-03-10 2017-12-16
Over $8,000.00 on 2017-11-15 2017-12-21 2017-11-28 2017-12-15 2018-01-12 2018-02-14 2018-06-13 2018-01-23
Over $10,000.00 on 2017-12-03 2018-02-01 2017-12-25 2018-01-21 2018-03-10 2018-05-03 2018-11-17 2018-03-28
Over $50,000.00 on 2018-04-12 2018-11-29 2018-07-04 2018-10-19 2019-04-23 2019-11-19 2021-12-28 2019-07-01
Over $100,000.00 on 2018-06-06 2019-04-08 2018-09-24 2019-02-13 2019-10-16 2020-07-20 2023-05-02 2020-01-15
Over $1,000,000.00 on 2018-12-08 2020-06-13 2019-06-24 2020-03-06 2021-05-24 2022-10-07 2027-10-14 2021-11-04
nannal 's A+ on 2018-06-24 2019-07-29 2018-11-01 2019-05-08 NEVER!!!! NEVER!!!! NEVER!!!! NEVER!!!!
The Nannaling 50.0% What the shit is this?
nannal 2020 50.0% Read about it
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On the CME futures market

So lot's of stuff going on regarding the CME market, and it seems a lot of disnfomation, figured I'd get my thoughts out there on the CME.
In my opinion, the CME market is pretty near unambiguously bullish. As in, there's a ton of positives and very little negatives. I've heard the arguments against, and it generally boils down to: shorters and manipulators.
Manipulation of the type many seem to talk about happens far less often then they think. Yes, a small market like a thinly traded alt coin or a penny stock on the pink sheets may be able to be purely manipulate by a single entity (or small group of collaborators). While Bitcoin is much smaller market then more mature markets like gold, oil, or stocks, it's still far too big for this kind of manipulation. It's not like there's a Secret Whales Club where all the whales get together and plot their nefarious shorting strategies. Could a whale enter a massive short and hope to profit? Sure, they could. But another whale (or just the collective action of the market) could just as easily have other ideas and despite the whales best efforts, price still rises, thus wiping out the unfortunate whale. And when this whale covers their huge short in a haste, we would expect to see huge rallies as the whale buys in a panic to cover their short. Whales get their asses handed to them by the markets just as often as everyone else. They just tend to lose more. There is no magicical ability for whales to remove their risk in the markets. Doesn't matter if you put $1 or $1 billion into a market, once you do it, you're subject to the same market forces as everyone else, and if you make a bad bet, you're going to get your teeth kicked in, just like everyone else. Markets are a great equalizer. It's just as happy to crush a plumber as it is a billionaire.
So sure, in theory, the possibility for this kind of manipulation exists. But it's just as likely it will fail (shorting a security in the midst of an extremely powerful multi year bull market isn't really a sound strategy)and if it fails, the whales panic covering will propel Bitcoin to even higher highs.
And of course, the same argument would apply to the other side. WE're all so worried about bogeymen manipulating the price down, but why couldn't they manipulate it up? That seems just as likely.
In any case, since we have no idea if this sort of thing is happening, since we would have no idea how to determine if it was, since it's questionable if it would even be successful, and since it's just as likely to be down to the upside as it is to the downside, the only rational thing to do is just discount this whole line of thinking as both unlikely and irrelevant. In theory, any market could be manipulated. If that's a major concern for you, you probably wouldn't be invested in anything. Just keep your money in the bank and enjoy that sweet sweet 0.015% interest rate. This sort of trade exists mostly in the minds of frustrated retail traders and not in the real world. Not because these people wouldn't do it if they thought they could get away with it, of course they would. It's that it's dumb, unlikely to work, and massively risky. THAT'S why it's not done in any significant way.
And if you're sitting there thinking about "but how does he explain how the gold market is manipulated" let me stop you right there. My type of analysis isn't for you. I don't subscribe to unproven conspiracy theories (i.e. gold market manipulation by globalist cabals, fraudulent Tethers etc) and I don't entertain ppl who do. If you have facts or hard data on the manipulation of the gold market or fraudulent Tether creation, by all means, post it below and we can analyze it. But if you want to be a successful trader you need to deal with facts, data, and objective reality. One of the primary reasons why the "little guy" tends to get crushed in the markets more often then not is that this type of trader is disproportionately likely to based their trading on conspiracy theories and other misinformation. This will get you killed. A good rule of thumb, if you heard about something on Zero Hedge or Info Wars, or any other similar source, it's almost certainly bullshit.
In addition, the bigger a market is, the harder it is for any single entity or cabal to manipulate it with predatory practices. Thus, any even that increases the size of the market will, by default, REDUCE the likelihood of it being manipulated.
As far as the concern about shorters, this is a little more valid in the sense that it actually does happen. That said, I think lots of people fundamentally misunderstand how important shorters are to a healthy, functioning market. They are an essential part of the price discovery mechanism, and making it easier to short something is a good thing and not a bad thing.
For one, shorters reduce volatility, and very often can prevent catastrophe, but the very act of cooling down an overheated market. Anybody who read The Big Short knows how difficult it was to short the subprime housing market in the mid 2000's. I don't think it's coincidence that subprime became such a massive bubble. I don't believe for a second that the 3 guys featured in TBS were the only 3 who saw this coming and wanted to short housing. I'm sure there were tons of ppl who saw it. The book documents how difficult it was to short. Would the subprime bubble have happened if there was a much easier way to short it (say, a bearish ETF or something)? Probably. But it's also very likely it wouldn't have been so painful because if shorters were allowed to do their thing, the bubble probably wouldn't have gotten so big in the first place. Shorters act as a relief valve on overheated markets, and this tends to reduce volatility and bring stability to markets.
In addition to this crucial service, shorters also provide another essential service by providing liquidity during corrections, bear markets and other sharp downturns. When the panic selling hits and all of a sudden the bulls are nowhere to be found, oftentimes the only people buying are shorts taking profits and covering their positions. This tends to make corrections less severe then they otherwise be, and end quicker then they otherwise would. So shorts aren't something to be feared. They keep markets from going up too far too fast (which tends to reduce the big corrections that Bitcoin is known for) and when markets DO correct, they tend to make for a softer landing.
Just look at the short interest over the recent big corrections, on November 13, and the most recent one, around November 29.
https://ibb.co/bC4PNw
The recent fall was around 25% and the November 13 correction was almost 40%. The most recent one saw shorters buy 10,000 coins during the correction to close their positions, and the November 13 one saw almost 15,000 during that correction. Those are massive numbers. How much more would the correction have been if those shorters weren't buying then? 50%? 60%? Obviously it's impossible to quantify. It would have been much worse without them though.
So, although it may be counter intuitive, allowing shorters easier access to the market is actually a positive for Bitcoin. I wouldn't call it "bullish" exactly, but I would definitely call it "healthy". Which can indirectly be bullish. A more stable, less volatile market with more steady gains and less huge corrections will likely, over time, attract more users who otherwise wouldn't be interested in it.
So we've looked at the two main worries, shorting, and manipulation. On the manipulation side, the CME market will make the overall BTC market bigger, which actually REDUCES the risk of manipulation. That risk still exists on some level, I guess, but it will be less after the 18th then it is before it, so this is not a valid concern. And as far as shorting, shorters are a crucial part of healthy price discovery, and we should be happy that more ppl will be able to short with this market. Not to mention that shorting is still niche trading behavior. MOST investors (and even many traders) will never short as a rule, preferring to be long only. Investors tend to have a bull bias as well. And traders are inherently trend followers as a group. Considering Bitcoin is still in a powerful multi year bull market, it is almost a certainty that the futures market will bring in much more buyers then sellers. CME traders aren't idiots. They're not going to look at the long term Bitcoin chart and be like "yeah, gonna short this insane bull market". They're far more likely to be like "wow, now THIS is a bull market. Time to buy!"
So of all the concerns I'm hearing, none really worry me. On the bull side, you've got vastly increasing the universe of potential buyers which I fully expect will keep the long term bull rally in good shape. You've got the decreased volatility that will come with increased volume. You've got the increased brand awareness and prestige that comes with being listed on a major global financial exchange, crucial for building the credibility of Bitcoin into a mature, world class asset. Too many ppl today think Bitcoin is still a Wild West where anything goes. Things like this will go a long way to reducing that perception. And finally, the CME market is the precursor to a Bitcoin ETF, which will cause this thing to fucking explode. If the CME market will increase the universe of potential buyers significantly, an ETF will increase it exponentially.
All in all, I don't believe the CME market is anything else but unambiguously bullish. I cannot think of a single valid concern that is actually a problem.
I'm sure I'm missing a few other concerns, but if they get posted in the questions below I'll add them up here and try to address them. If I agree that they're valid concerns, I'll say so.
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Crypto Story Time

Evening all,
 
Slightly different flavour here, which I hope will be insightful to those who take the time to read. Tonight I'm going to talk about my learnings in this market so far; my biggest mistakes; how you can avoid making them yourself; and the strategy I intend to follow from now on. It’s a long old read, but it contains months worth of knowledge, which could only be gained from first-hand experience. So pour yourself a drink, settle in, and let me take you through a brief history of my first two months in crypto.
 

TL;DR: Been in crypto 2 months, after years trading forex. Learnt a lot, and passing on the knowledge. Hope it helps some of you to become better investors.

 

CHAPTER 1: New market; new opportunity

 
I came into crypto with a real excitement. Finally a market that resonates with me. The ability to buy into something I believe in - something that could change the world for the better - and to make money along the way. I was excited that I could apply my trading background, something that not many in the market possess, to my advantage. I was excited at the prospect of being on the curve of early adoption, in a market that had demonstrably meteoric potential. But I was patient. I knew that I would be risking a substantial amount of money in this space, and potentially other peoples’ too, so I had to approach it sensibly. I was going to invest (hold long-term) the vast majority and day trade just a small portion. I spent many weeks researching before considering pulling the trigger even once. I didn’t come into this without a plan. But looking back on it now, it really was only scratching the surface on what a serious investment strategy should be.
 

CHAPTER 2: Early Strategy

 
In brief, my plan was to research a load of coins that I’d heard have good potential – solid projects which make unique & warranted use of blockchain technology; are disruptive to their industry; are developed by a competent & active team; and are backed by a loyal community. I shortlisted maybe 40 coins through articles, videos and general conversation, and I added them to my watchlist. Admittedly I became a bit lax in completing the deep level of research I told myself I’d do for each – scrutinizing the whitepaper became skimming the whitepaper, which then became watching a video analysis, which then became “oh that sounds interesting I’ll keep an eye on it”. But this was just a watchlist. And still an educated one.
 
I knew that I wanted to wait for an inevitable dip in Bitcoin’s value to enter the market, but it just wasn’t coming. $6k, $8k, $10k… the bullish momentum couldn’t be tamed. Was I missing out? Was Bitcoin going to continue its parabolic move while I sit here waiting for a dip that could never come?
 

LEARNING 1: There are an unlimited number of opportunities

 
At this stage I was ready to get involved, and I’d scouted a few alt coins that had good technical entry points approaching. Do I need to keep waiting for a good Bitcoin price even when there’s a good alt price? In short, if you’re confident enough about a trade, it doesn’t really matter what price you pay to get the BTC (or other major alt coin) needed to trade it, as long as you believe that your trade will outweigh any potential drop in Bitcoin’s value. If your trade goes up 100% and BTC’s value drops 50%, at that point you’re break even. Plus if you keep holding and BTC returns back to its previous value, now you’re in 100% profit. For me this meant that even after buying some Bitcoin at its ATH (all-time high) and having it correct over 40%, I was still in profit, because this particular trade was up over 100%. More on this later.
 
So I bought some Bitcoin! Not all at once – generally a decent strategy is called dollar-cost averaging. In essence, buying a little bit every week at whatever the price at the time is, so that your entry price averages out over time. A better strategy is to only buy if it’s at a good price, or when you need it for a trade setup – not just arbitrarily every week even if the price is high. But I digress, I had some Bitcoin now and I wanted to diversify. Time to buy some alts.
 

LEARNING 2: Every trade is a decision to have the coin you’re buying instead of the coin you’re using to buy it

 
If an alt coin is gaining value against Bitcoin, it’s better to be holding that alt coin than Bitcoin. And if it’s losing value against Bitcoin, you’d be better off keeping it as BTC. Simple, but easy to forget when you load up Coinmarketcap and see all of the price changes in USD. You’ve gone up by 4% today – great! But BTC went up 10%, so you’d have been better off holding BTC. Buying a coin is an active decision that you make to hold the coin you’re buying instead of the coin you’re selling for it, for the period of time until you close that position. So if I buy 1000 XEM using BTC, that XEM/BTC trade is me saying “I think that XEM will increase in value at a greater rate than BTC will”. If both of them increase in value but BTC does it faster, that was a sub-optimal decision.
 

LEARNING 3: Satoshis are your friend. Accumulate as many of them as possible

 
So how does one measure profit on a trade? It’s intuitive to think of it in fiat terms – how many £££ did I make? Something tangible. But really everything should be measured in the smallest unit of Bitcoin (1 satoshi = 0.00000001 BTC). It’s easier to migrate to this way of thinking if you think of your total investment as the total amount of BTC (or the other major alt coin) that you were able to buy with it. Say I invested £1000 in crypto, and with that I managed to buy 0.1 BTC – that’s my total investment. If I want to diversify and put 10% of that into each of my favourite alt coins, I’d buy 0.01 BTC worth of each of them. Let’s say Litecoin was one of them and I got 1 LTC for my 0.01 BTC. Litecoin’s rocket then fuelled up and started on its journey to the moon, and I decide to bank my profit. I now trade it back for 0.015 BTC. From 0.01 BTC to 0.015 BTC is a profit of 0.005 BTC, or 500,000 satoshis!
 
“But why not just measure it in £££ - that’s far less complicated?!”
 
Well here’s the kicker. Let’s say Bitcoin’s value plummeted over the course of that trade. I’ve got more BTC, but because the value of each one decreased, I may still have lost money. So does that mean that trade was a bad decision? Not at all. That trade was a decision between BTC and LTC, and you made the right call. LTC held its value better than BTC did, so you would have lost more if you didn’t take the trade. Profit measured in satoshis allows you to strip away the financial layer and answer the most important question – “was it a good decision to make that trade?” A gain in satoshis is always a win. A gain in £££ is not.
 
Taking that same scenario in which I’ve got an equal amount of my 10 favourite alt coins. Let’s say 9 out of 10 of them stay at exactly the same value, but the other one shoots to the moon on a lambo all the way to 100%. Woohoo! Shame that was only 1/10 of my portfolio - overall it’s worth 10% more now – but if I’d have invested all my money in that one coin I’d be up 100% overall. Now I’m certainly not advocating putting all your eggs in one basket. Rather, in reference to my previous learning, this helped me realised another very important point.
 

LEARNING 4: Understanding opportunity cost is a must

 
Any trade I make is not only a decision between the two coins I’m trading; it’s also a decision to buy that coin instead of any of the other coins I might be interested in. I have 0.1 BTC to spend and 10 alts I want to spend it on – should I just divide it equally? Not necessarily. If you’re super confident about a couple of them, but not so much on the others, spreading it equally doesn’t sound like such a good plan after all does it? Take your time analysing each trade / investment and rank them in order of confidence. In order of potential (risk:reward if you’re a trader). Invest more in the ones you’re more confident in. It’s a really basic point, but one that’s so often forgotten when there are so many exciting prospects out there. Holding a particular coin doesn’t just cost the price that you paid for it, it costs the opportunity to buy something else instead. One of the first things I learnt in trading was to cut your losers short and let your winners run. Why should crypto be any different? Even when you’re in a trade, every moment is an active decision to keep holding it instead of trading it for something else. Don’t blindly HODL hoping for a bad decision to improve, when there are better decisions you can take to re-coup that loss. Equally, don’t sell for a loss just because the value goes down. Re-analyse. Has anything changed? If every reason you had to buy it in the first place still applies, HODL. If something’s changed, including your confidence in it compared to other cryptos, consider switching it for a better opportunity.
 
So I learnt all of this in my first month – December 2017. Did I make optimal decisions all the time? Absolutely not, but with cryptos riding to all-time highs, my investors were very happy, as was I. It’s not often that you can get a 100% return on investment in just one month in a market. But it’s easy to profit in a bull market.
 

CHAPTER 3: It’s not all sunshine and lambos

 
It was around the end of December in which things started to get a bit too parabolic, and I was naturally suspicious of how long this could last. But you find yourself, inexperienced in a new market, eager to see how far you can ride the wave. The fear of missing out on further exponential gains becomes as much of a psychological challenge as taking a loss. In short, you get greedy. Highs that I had once been ecstatic with, a few days later became lows. I told my investors not to expect anything like this in future months. In my monthly summary I said “we are in perhaps the most bullish market the world has ever seen”, and I estimated that we had “a maximum of 1-2 more weeks to ride this momentum”. Prophetic, no? Well it’s easy to make predictions that come true – even a broken clock is right twice a day. What’s difficult is having enough conviction to take your own advice.
 

LEARNING 5: Make your rules and stick to them, no matter what

 
This is without a doubt the biggest thing I’ve learnt over the months. If one day you set yourself a target of £X profit – a level you’d be really happy to achieve, be that on a trade or overall – take it. Cash out as soon as you reach it and buy yourself something nice. Make it tangible. It’s easy for the world of online trading to feel gamified, but remember what you’re staking – this is real money. But it’s easier said than done. If you rise suddenly to that target I can tell you your first thought will be “whoa look at it go, I’m gonna see how much further it can get before I cash in”, rather than “mission accomplished, time to get out”. Humans are greedy. We want to take shortcuts – to our dreams, to wealth – but this isn’t a get rich quick scheme. If someone told you they could get you 10%/month gain on your savings (that triples your money every year) you’d probably bite their hand off. So why in crypto would you not be chuffed with 50%, or 20%, or 10%? Don’t move the goalposts. Decide in advance when to take profit and take it.
 
First off, it’s always a good idea to take out your initial investment at a level after which you’d be psychologically happy if the market goes down or up. For example, if I took out my initial investment (say £1000) when it went up 50% to £1500, and then the market went lunar and doubled the next month, I’d personally feel a bit annoyed at myself for not leaving more money in. That £1000 would’ve been £3000 had I kept it invested…shit. However if I took out my initial investment when it went up 200% - I’d now have £2000 left of my £3000 investment, and if it doubled the next month, I’d be happy with the stake I had remaining, not regretting my decision. That level can only be decided by you, based on your attitude towards risk. Obviously the higher that value is before you cash out your profits, the greater the risk you’re taking since it may never reach that level. Taking out your investment as soon as you’re happy to is a good move because from then on in you’re riding on pure profits. If the market were to crash to zero, you’d still be break even, so it’s much easier to detach yourself from the emotions involved (and we all know how emotional this market is). And if you’re a technical trader, rejoice at the fact that this market is hugely technical, and you can very often predict good levels to get out at – often doubled with buying back in cheaper. I highly recommend for everyone to spend some time learning to analyse charts - even at a basic level. It works. And for heaven's sake if you're day trading don't do what I did and "neglect" to apply basic trading principles like setting a stop loss and sizing each position at maximum ~1% risk. You can call it investing; you can call it speculative buying; but at the end of the day that's just gambling. Don't be lazy. Don't be wreckless. Apply what you've learnt in other markets - crypto is no different.
 
And for context, no I did not take my own advice. The correction shocked me. Not the fact that it happened, but the fact that it happened so hard and fast. At first I thought it was a healthy dip, and that the uptrend would resume soon enough – no reason to sell. But then the bears took over, and we were in a full on downwards movement. News emerged from South East Asia which caused a great deal of negative sentiment, and Bitcoin’s value tumbled (even when some of the speculation was later deemed invalid), and with that I realised how inherently linked to Bitcoin that all other cryptocurrencies are. You may dislike Bitcoin - the slow transactions; the high fees – but you can’t argue how critically important it is to this market.
 

LEARNING 6: 40+% market corrections are normal in crypto, but they still hurt

 
I neglected to mention earlier, but I have a background in trading forex. I understand market patterns, cyclicity and technical analysis such as Elliott Wave Theory and Fibonacci ratios. It is foolish to think that charts will continue indefinitely in a given direction – there will always be corrections and reversals. All through the correction we’ve started this year with, I have remained very optimistic. Nothing at all has changed to make any of the leading crypto projects less credible or via as future industry disruptors. This is why it’s important to do your own research on coins you invest in – so that you’re psychologically happy holding them long term through price corrections. But I’ll be honest, when Bitcoin broke down through several technical support levels a few days ago, I became apprehensive. Not even close to panic, or tempted to sell. After all I am investing long term, and I still see this as a requisite correction in a much larger up-trend. Or at least the upside potential of that outcome is comfortably worth the risk for me – it’s the opportunity of a lifetime. But even as an experienced trader, doubts can set in. All of the profits I had gained in month 1 were gone, and I have now slightly dipped into loss. As I say, I’m not selling, and my analysis is still very bullish. But HODLing is not always the best strategy.
 

LEARNING 7: When things are looking bearish, consider the trade to fiat

 
With the benefit of hindsight, and now having dedicated substantially more time to learning Elliot Wave Theory and studying crypto charts, there were a number of points at which you could have predicted a big ol’ correction was on the cards, before it fully developed. A quick ‘n dirty rule of thumb, for those of you who don’t know how to read charts, is: “Don’t buy into a parabolic market or at an all-time high – it’ll likely correct soon”. But I’d also like to add an addendum to what is a common mantra in the crypto community: “Buy the dip” – this is for day trading. If you’re intending to hold a coin long term, zoom right out and look at the entire coin’s price history. Wait for a macro scale correction, not a micro scale dip. A lot of people got excited the other day at Bitcoin rising 10% - I saw tonnes of calls saying “the correction is over” or “Bitcoin to the moon” – but when you zoom out, we’re still in a downtrend with room to go lower, and substantial resistance to get through before we can rise to new highs. Play the long game and look for long-term signals. And if you are in that subset of people who can predict an imminent correction, or indeed if you’re halfway through a correction with a good chance of it continuing, the best decision may well be to get out of the market until it’s over. Trade your positions back to fiat, and wait for clear recovery to the upside. It’s much more difficult to trade profitably in a down-trend. Most of us could have doubled our BTC holdings just by getting out of crypto before the correction and buying back in cheaper now. So make sure you have an exit plan. Know the steps that you’d need to take to get your money off exchanges / wallets and back into your bank account. Getting out of crypto doesn’t have to be a permanent move. There’s no harm in waiting things out until you’re confident again. After all, refer back to Learning 1 – there are always more opportunities.
 

CHAPTER 4: Moving forwards

 
At last, filled with learnings and plenty of inactive time spent refining my strategy, I’ve gone back to my technical analysis roots and really analysed why I’m in my positions.
 

LEARNING 8: Never stop analysing. You will make mistakes. Learn from them.

 
Does my portfolio need to be this diverse? Are my invested amounts proportional to my confidence in them? Probably not, so I’ve taken this opportunity to start shifting around. Don’t be precious about losses – losing is a natural part of trading – you only need one 10:1 winning trade to offset ten losing ones. So take some losses and make some mistakes. I’m sure glad I did, because it’s made me a much more confident and competent investor today.
 
And since everyone always looks around for opinions on the market, I will leave you with one bit of bullish technical insight on our King, Bitcoin. Basic Elliot Wave Theory says that markets move in ebbs and flows – 5 waves in the direction of the trend, followed by 3 waves of correction. And these waves are fractal in nature, meaning that a full 5-wave pattern forms a single larger wave within a higher degree pattern. All that being said, IF Bitcoin’s run up to its ATH in December constitutes a completed 5-wave pattern, we could consider that history as Wave 1 of a larger up-trend. Using Fibonacci extension ratios that appear in all markets (including crypto, very prominently, even with BTC), we can project the likely extensions of the Wave 3 that would come after we’re done correcting here. Based on analysis run by eSignal, a popular trading platform, the length of Wave 3 will likely reach either 1.62, 2.62 or 4.25 times the length of Wave 1. That means our Wave 3 high would take the price of a single Bitcoin to roughly $32,000, $64,000 or $98,000.
 
You can view these Elliot Wave Projections (in GBP) here
 
Technical analysis is very subjective, this is merely one possible outcome. But ask yourself, if you had the chance to invest in something with global reach that could make a 5x or even 10x return on your investment, what would you risk for that opportunity?
 
Thanks for taking the time to read, and I hope this helps some of you.
 
Happy investing, Andy
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Currently Known Bitcoin Cash Hash Rates

I decided to make this small chart showing the overall known Bitcoin Cash hash rate. I'll try to update this as more information becomes available.
Update: I have added in the "Date and Time" of each observation and the "Difficulty". I'll try and keep these numbers updated over the course of the day.
Pool Bitcoin Cash Hash Rate Difficulty Date and Time
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 11:28AM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.11 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 11:32AM EST
Total 92.11 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 11:33AM EST
Update-001
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:05PM EST
Bitcoin.com 23.07 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:05PM EST
Total 92.11 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 12:06AM EST
Update-002 – Block Found
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:26PM EST
Bitcoin.com 23.25 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:27PM EST
Total 93.25 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 12:28PM EST
Update-003 - Block Found
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:49PM EST
Bitcoin.com 23.14 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:49PM EST
Total 93.14 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 12:50PM EST
Update-004
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 1:47PM EST
Bitcoin.com 23.15 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 1:48PM EST
Total 93.15 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 1:48PM EST
Update-005 – Block Found
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 2:08PM EST
Bitcoin.com 23.02 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 2:09PM EST
Total 93.02 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 2:10PM EST
Update-006 – Block Found (Sorry, I was in the shower)
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 2:55PM EST
Bitcoin.com 21.83 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 2:55PM EST
Total 91.83 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 2:56PM EST
Update-007
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 5:03PM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.87 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 5:03PM EST
Total 92.87 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 5:05PM EST
Update-008
ViaBTC 70 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 7:53PM EST
Bitcoin.com 21.82 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 7:54PM EST
Total 91.82 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 7:54PM EST
Update-009
ViaBTC 69 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 9:36PM EST
Bitcoin.com 21.54 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 9:37PM EST
Total 90.54 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 9:38PM EST
Update-010 - Block Found
ViaBTC 69 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 10:08PM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.77 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 10:08PM EST
Total 91.77 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 10:10PM EST
Update-011 - Block Found
ViaBTC 76 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 10:42PM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.54 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 10:43PM EST
Total 98.54 Ph/s 860221984436.2223 August 02, 2017 – 10:44PM EST
Update-012 - Block Found(478576)
ViaBTC ? Sorry, I missed this one.
Bitcoin.com ? Sorry, I missed this one.
Total ? 860221984436.2223 Sorry, I missed this one.
Update-013 - Block Found(478577)
ViaBTC 76 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 11:38PM EST
Bitcoin.com 97.60 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 11:38PM EST
Total 98.54 Ph/s 688179230667.776 August 02, 2017 – 10:44PM EST
Update-014 - Block Found(478578)
ViaBTC 76 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:00AM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.35 Ph/s August 02, 2017 – 12:02AM EST
Total 98.35 Ph/s 550545487739.339 August 02, 2017 – 12:03PM EST
Update-015 - Block Found(478579)
ViaBTC 75 Ph/s August 03, 2017 – 12:26AM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.18 Ph/s August 03, 2017 – 12:26AM EST
Total 97.18 Ph/s 440437736252.0028 August 03, 2017 – 12:27AM EST
Update-016 - Block Found(478580)
ViaBTC 75 Ph/s August 03, 2017 – 1:02AM EST
Bitcoin.com 22.20 Ph/s August 03, 2017 – 1:03AM EST
Total 97.20 Ph/s 352351050485.0816 August 03, 2017 – 1:04AM EST
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"The Big Picture" - Dollar Vigilante November Newsletter

It has been an interesting week for me.
First, I was invited to speak at World Crypto CON in Las Vegas and then shortly before the event they told me I couldn’t speak. At the same time they told most of my other anarchist friends they also couldn’t speak and/or they were banned from the event, including Ben Swann, Luke Rudkowski and Josh Sigurdson of World Alternative Media.
I was already in Texas for the Texas Bitcoin Conference and I mostly just wanted to play in their crypto poker tournament anyway so I went to Vegas.
All manner of strange people seemed to be coming up to me, including one woman speaking in tongues. And, a weird energy surrounded the event... so much so that my body was shaking the entire time.
Then they also didn’t allow me to play in the poker event! I paid one guy some BTC to buy his chips and they threatened to call the police on me! I know what happens next when that happens so I left the premises.
Later that night, Josh Sigurdson was poisoned and barely survived. Other anarchists I knew who were there were being accosted, having their phones stolen and other aggressions.
I should mention this all occurred on Halloween. Day of the dead. Whatever happened, karma struck instantly and no one showed up! I then got a message from my wife that she wanted me to come home immediately and I was happy to do so.
She told me that God told her that we had to tell everyone to repent immediately before it was too late and she went into two days of screaming, crying and became delirious after three days without eating or sleeping.
Eventually we had to get her to the hospital to get her calmed down. I’ve spent the last two days with her there and we just returned home as they gave her a number of things to relax her.
Is something strange going on? It sure feels like it. In any case, as I stated in the last newsletter, no matter what happens I am just going to continue on with my work (although spending more time with my family is also a priority) helping people to wake up... that’s all I can do.
Current Events
As I write it is the midterm selections in the USSA. Yet another, “most important election in our lifetime.” All fear propaganda to try to make believe that voting will fix this evil system of slavery. It won’t. But, when they say this is the "election of our lifetimes" they are right on one thing. Politics, central banks and government are very close to destroying the entire world.
Elect to walk away from it all now before it is too late. I know I don’t have to tell TDVers that but it is worth reiterating.
And, the results are in. Anarchy won like it has every single selection.
And the wars continue killing or destroying the lives of millions of innocents, Americans continue to get extorted for trillions of dollars per year, millions of innocents remain in cages in rape camps and the Federal Reserve continues to impoverish and steal from everyone.
Meanwhile, in things that actually matter, the battle over bitcoin has hastened dramatically. But, you wouldn’t know it from the price action.
The complete lack of volatility has only gotten worse (or better if you are in the “volatility is bad for bitcoin” camp).
Here is a chart of bitcoin on October 27th.
For a 24 hour period it traded within a $15 band! It’s like the whole world is just waiting to see what happens next.
And, what will happen next? I am still expecting a panic sell-off along with all worldwide markets followed by a price explosion.
We did make it through October without that happening, but I have pointed out November is also a prime month for it to occur. If nothing major occurs in November then I may have to reassess.
The US stock markets continue to hang in there but really only propped up by a minority of stocks as this tweet from early October points out.
Bank stocks, which are probably one of the most important to watch are off 17% from January of this year.
Meanwhile, crypto exchange Binance made more profit than Deutsche Bank in the second quarter of this year!
As I said last issue, things really couldn’t be going better for the cryptospace, right as it appears that bank stocks and the market as a whole is on the verge of collapse.
On October 26th, the CEO of Visa, Al Kelly, said that he “certainly” does not view cryptocurrencies as a threat to his business right now, but added that “if we have to go there, we’ll go there.”
You’ll have to go there Kelly... better start working on your resume. Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is about to release its first blockchain-powered handset in cryptocurrencies, making it the first big name in the industry to accept only digital currencies as payment.
Exodus 1, the first version of HTC’s blockchain phone, is priced at 0.15 BTC or 4.78 ETH, which in current trading equates to about US$960.
HTC first announced the Exodus phone in May, which features a built-in digital wallet that will enable users to store and trade cryptocurrencies.
But, the game changing news is that ICE, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, has announced they will launch their new digital asset platform, Baakt, on December 12th. This will enable traditional institutional investors to easily invest into the bitcoin market.
The total bitcoin market right now is about a $110 billion market cap.
Total value of financial asset worldwide is estimated to be over $300 trillion. Which means bitcoin is only 0.03% of total financial assets held in the world.
If, say, only 1% of that $300 trillion were to go into bitcoin, that would mean $3 trillion would be trying to enter a market worth $100 billion.
In other words, if you don’t own bitcoin and other cryptos by December 12th... don’t do that. And, don’t forget precious metals either.
FinIst analyst Denis Lisitsyn recently said on RT, “The aggressive US policy in recent years has forced some countries to look for an alternative to the dollar and replenish their gold reserves. Worries about the future growth of global economy are an additional incentive for purchases. Many question Donald Trump’s protectionism.”
Sounds like he has been listening to TDV’s Ed Bugos!
In the same article, Vladimir Rojankovsky, LIFA, expert at the International Financial Center said that Hungary, Poland, Russia, China, India, Turkey and Saudi Arabia are all hoarding gold.
This, after Russian ownership of US Treasury bonds dropped from $96.1 billion in March to an 11-year low of $14.9 billion in May.
The writing is on the wall. And almost the entire public has no idea what is happening.
Luckily you do, so stick with us here as we give you are best guidance on how to survive and prosper during and after the dollar collapse.
And get right with your family and God. I’ve had a few moments in the last week where I thought it might be all over and each time I felt despondent knowing I still haven’t done enough. Don’t wait too long.
Coming Events
Due to my wife being in the hospital recently I cancelled going to Steemfest in Poland. I was also going to go to Iran and Iraq on that trip. But, I’ve decided family has to come before work in this respect.
Which means, really, my next major events are close to home with the TDV Summit on February 12-13th and Anarchapulco/Cryptopulco from February 14-17th.
I couldn’t help notice that World Crypto Con, which seemed to be out to kill all of us anarchists, was on October 31st and Anarchapulco starts on Valentine’s Day. Because it is really all about love.
If you haven’t checked out the TDV Summit page lately, check it out. We’ve added a number of great speakers and I still have a few surprises to announce. It is two full days this year and I am able to focus on it fully for the first time as we have a professional management team running Anarchapulco now. And, included in the price is a gala dinner to be held on the evening of February 12th.
And, Anarchapulco just released its main stage speaker list (there will be 5 stages this year). It’s quite the list! Jeffrey Tucker - Anarchapulco Master of Ceremonies
Ron Paul Former - Congressman, Author of 'End the Fed'
Andrew Napolitano - Senior Judicial Analyst for Fox News
David Icke - Ground breaking Author & Public Speaker
Doug Casey - Founder of Casey Research
Cynthia McKinney - Activist, Former US Representative
Jeff Berwick - Founder of Anarchapulco, The Dollar Vigilante, and Anarchast
Dayna Martin - Author, Speaker, Midwife, Unschooling & Peaceful Parenting Advocate
Derrick Broze - Creator, The Conscious Resistance Network
Luke Rudkowski - Journalist, Founder of WeAreChange.org
Max Igan - Host of The Crowhouse
G. Edward Griffin - Author of 'Creature from Jekyll Island'
Mark Passio - Independent Researcher
Sasha Daygame - Author, Men’s Coach, Spiritual Adventurer
Ole Dammegard - Truth Seeker, Code Breaker, and Peace Maker
Thaddeus Russell - Historian, Podcaster, Founder of Renegade University
Anil Gupta - Author of 'Immediate Happiness'
Brien Foerster - Author of 'Lost Ancient Technology'
Eric July - Frontman of BackWordz, Co-founder of Being Libertarian
Matt Phillips - Past President of Free State Project, Ambassador, Activist, Entrepreneur - Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Physician Entrepreneur & Vaccine Activist
Vit Jedlicka - President of Liberland
Joe Quirk - President of The Seasteading Institute
Becca Tzigany - Activist & Author, Venus and Her Lover
Joel Bowman - International Man
Jonny Dupre - Psycho-Social Coach & Trainer - The International Man
Vin Armani - CryptoSavage
Avens O'Brien - 2nd Generation Liberty Activist
Tim Moen - Leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada
Gina Carr - Blockchain Company Leader, Author, Emerging Technology Expert
Tata Meche, José Merced Velazquez Pañeda Tata - Town Elder, Cheran, Michoacan
There are even more announcements soon, including Larken Rose and many more. And, we haven’t announced the Cryptopulco speaker list yet. It should come out in the next week. You won’t want to miss it.
Anarchapulco will likely sell out by January. And all 1,000 rooms in the Princess Hotel are already close to sold out, so if you want to stay on premises, make sure to book your room now. If you miss it, don’t worry, we’ll likely be filling up a hotel nearby down the beach too!
And, don’t worry about what might happen in the future. Live in the present. Own some precious metals and cryptocurrency. Work on yourself, physically, mentally and spiritually. And spend more time with your loved ones.
Everything else will work itself out.
Now, I’m going to go watch Lord of the Rings with my wife and kids. “Hey kids, did you know that ring of power is an allegory for central banks and government?”
Thank you, as always, for being a subscriber!
Jeff Berwick
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Your Daily Moon Math - 2017-12-09

Going to try to posting these after the new daily rolls over. This is the chart you would have expected to see tomorrow. The closing prices are correctly set.

Azop's Rainbow Charts

Moon Math Table

Label 30-day Performance 60-day Performance 90-day Performance 2017 - Present Performance 2016 - Present Performance 2015 - Present Performance 2014 - Present Performance 2013 - Present Performance 2012 - Present Performance 2011 - Present Performance July 2010 - Present Performance
Label 30-day Performance 60-day Performance 90-day Performance 2017 - Present Performance 2016 - Present Performance 2015 - Present Performance 2014 - Present Performance 2013 - Present Performance 2012 - Present Performance 2011 - Present Performance July 2010 - Present Performance
From Date 2017-11-08 2017-10-09 2017-09-09 2017-01-02 2016-01-01 2015-01-01 2014-01-01 2013-01-01 2012-01-01 2011-01-01 2010-07-18
Starting Price USD $7,415.88 $4,777.97 $4,375.56 $1,015.98 $432.00 $312.00 $804.00 $12.50 $5.27 $0.30 $0.09
% Change 216% 335% 366% 1576% 3705% 5131% 1991% 128059% 303746% 5335812% 17786041%
Doubling in months 0.9 1.2 1.6 2.9 4.6 6.4 11.4 5.9 6.4 5.5 5.3
Doubling Period in Days 28 35 50 88 141 196 346 181 194 167 160
Days in period 30 60 90 340 707 1072 1437 1802 2168 2533 2700
Compounding Daily Periodic Rate 2.59794% 2.04% 1.45% 0.8142% 0.45% 0.37% 0.21% 0.40% 0.37055% 0.43% 0.45%
Daily Periodic Rate 3.86% 3.92% 2.95% 4.34% 1.49% 0.77% 0.31% 0.89% 0.78% 1.04% 1.13%
Annual Rate of Investment 1410% 1430% 1078% 1584% 545.6% 282.2% 113.8% 326.0% 285.8% 379.9% 412.5%
Over $20,000.00 on 2017-12-16 2017-12-18 2017-12-22 2018-01-02 2018-05-02 2018-02-04 2018-03-23 2018-01-29 2018-02-02 2018-01-23 2018-01-26
Over $25,190.00 on 2017-12-25 2017-12-29 2018-01-07 2018-01-31 2018-06-22 2018-04-08 2018-07-12 2018-03-28 2018-04-05 2018-03-17 2018-03-19
Over $31,620.00 on 2018-01-02 2018-01-09 2018-01-23 2018-02-28 2018-08-12 2018-06-09 2018-10-29 2018-05-24 2018-06-05 2018-05-09 2018-05-09
Over $56,230.00 on 2018-01-25 2018-02-07 2018-03-03 2018-05-09 2018-12-17 2018-11-12 2019-08-01 2018-10-16 2018-11-08 2018-09-20 2018-09-14
Over $79,430.00 on 2018-02-07 2018-02-24 2018-03-27 2018-06-21 2019-03-04 2019-02-14 2020-01-14 2019-01-11 2019-02-09 2018-12-09 2018-11-30
Over $100,000.00 on 2018-02-16 2018-03-07 2018-04-12 2018-07-19 2019-04-24 2019-04-17 2020-05-03 2019-03-09 2019-04-12 2019-02-01 2019-01-21
Over $1,000,000.00 on 2018-05-15 2018-06-28 2018-09-18 2019-04-28 2020-09-17 2021-01-02 2023-05-13 2020-10-08 2020-12-23 2020-07-19 2020-06-18
nannal 's A+ on 2018-02-24 2018-03-18 2018-04-29 2018-08-29 2019-05-25 2019-11-15 NEVER!!!! 2019-11-15 NEVER!!!! 2019-06-26 2019-05-27
The Nannaling 81.8% What the shit is this?
nannal 2020 81.8% Read about it
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"The Big Picture" - Dollar Vigilante November Newsletter

It has been an interesting week for me.
First, I was invited to speak at World Crypto CON in Las Vegas and then shortly before the event they told me I couldn’t speak. At the same time they told most of my other anarchist friends they also couldn’t speak and/or they were banned from the event, including Ben Swann, Luke Rudkowski and Josh Sigurdson of World Alternative Media.
I was already in Texas for the Texas Bitcoin Conference and I mostly just wanted to play in their crypto poker tournament anyway so I went to Vegas.
All manner of strange people seemed to be coming up to me, including one woman speaking in tongues. And, a weird energy surrounded the event... so much so that my body was shaking the entire time.
Then they also didn’t allow me to play in the poker event! I paid one guy some BTC to buy his chips and they threatened to call the police on me! I know what happens next when that happens so I left the premises.
Later that night, Josh Sigurdson was poisoned and barely survived. Other anarchists I knew who were there were being accosted, having their phones stolen and other aggressions.
I should mention this all occurred on Halloween. Day of the dead. Whatever happened, karma struck instantly and no one showed up! I then got a message from my wife that she wanted me to come home immediately and I was happy to do so.
She told me that God told her that we had to tell everyone to repent immediately before it was too late and she went into two days of screaming, crying and became delirious after three days without eating or sleeping.
Eventually we had to get her to the hospital to get her calmed down. I’ve spent the last two days with her there and we just returned home as they gave her a number of things to relax her.
Is something strange going on? It sure feels like it. In any case, as I stated in the last newsletter, no matter what happens I am just going to continue on with my work (although spending more time with my family is also a priority) helping people to wake up... that’s all I can do.
Current Events
As I write it is the midterm selections in the USSA. Yet another, “most important election in our lifetime.” All fear propaganda to try to make believe that voting will fix this evil system of slavery. It won’t. But, when they say this is the "election of our lifetimes" they are right on one thing. Politics, central banks and government are very close to destroying the entire world.
Elect to walk away from it all now before it is too late. I know I don’t have to tell TDVers that but it is worth reiterating.
And, the results are in. Anarchy won like it has every single selection.
And the wars continue killing or destroying the lives of millions of innocents, Americans continue to get extorted for trillions of dollars per year, millions of innocents remain in cages in rape camps and the Federal Reserve continues to impoverish and steal from everyone.
Meanwhile, in things that actually matter, the battle over bitcoin has hastened dramatically. But, you wouldn’t know it from the price action.
The complete lack of volatility has only gotten worse (or better if you are in the “volatility is bad for bitcoin” camp).
Here is a chart of bitcoin on October 27th.
For a 24 hour period it traded within a $15 band! It’s like the whole world is just waiting to see what happens next.
And, what will happen next? I am still expecting a panic sell-off along with all worldwide markets followed by a price explosion.
We did make it through October without that happening, but I have pointed out November is also a prime month for it to occur. If nothing major occurs in November then I may have to reassess.
The US stock markets continue to hang in there but really only propped up by a minority of stocks as this tweet from early October points out.
Bank stocks, which are probably one of the most important to watch are off 17% from January of this year.
Meanwhile, crypto exchange Binance made more profit than Deutsche Bank in the second quarter of this year!
As I said last issue, things really couldn’t be going better for the cryptospace, right as it appears that bank stocks and the market as a whole is on the verge of collapse.
On October 26th, the CEO of Visa, Al Kelly, said that he “certainly” does not view cryptocurrencies as a threat to his business right now, but added that “if we have to go there, we’ll go there.”
You’ll have to go there Kelly... better start working on your resume. Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is about to release its first blockchain-powered handset in cryptocurrencies, making it the first big name in the industry to accept only digital currencies as payment.
Exodus 1, the first version of HTC’s blockchain phone, is priced at 0.15 BTC or 4.78 ETH, which in current trading equates to about US$960.
HTC first announced the Exodus phone in May, which features a built-in digital wallet that will enable users to store and trade cryptocurrencies.
But, the game changing news is that ICE, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, has announced they will launch their new digital asset platform, Baakt, on December 12th. This will enable traditional institutional investors to easily invest into the bitcoin market.
The total bitcoin market right now is about a $110 billion market cap.
Total value of financial asset worldwide is estimated to be over $300 trillion. Which means bitcoin is only 0.03% of total financial assets held in the world.
If, say, only 1% of that $300 trillion were to go into bitcoin, that would mean $3 trillion would be trying to enter a market worth $100 billion.
In other words, if you don’t own bitcoin and other cryptos by December 12th... don’t do that. And, don’t forget precious metals either.
FinIst analyst Denis Lisitsyn recently said on RT, “The aggressive US policy in recent years has forced some countries to look for an alternative to the dollar and replenish their gold reserves. Worries about the future growth of global economy are an additional incentive for purchases. Many question Donald Trump’s protectionism.”
Sounds like he has been listening to TDV’s Ed Bugos!
In the same article, Vladimir Rojankovsky, LIFA, expert at the International Financial Center said that Hungary, Poland, Russia, China, India, Turkey and Saudi Arabia are all hoarding gold.
This, after Russian ownership of US Treasury bonds dropped from $96.1 billion in March to an 11-year low of $14.9 billion in May.
The writing is on the wall. And almost the entire public has no idea what is happening.
Luckily you do, so stick with us here as we give you are best guidance on how to survive and prosper during and after the dollar collapse.
And get right with your family and God. I’ve had a few moments in the last week where I thought it might be all over and each time I felt despondent knowing I still haven’t done enough. Don’t wait too long.
Coming Events
Due to my wife being in the hospital recently I cancelled going to Steemfest in Poland. I was also going to go to Iran and Iraq on that trip. But, I’ve decided family has to come before work in this respect.
Which means, really, my next major events are close to home with the TDV Summit on February 12-13th and Anarchapulco/Cryptopulco from February 14-17th.
I couldn’t help notice that World Crypto Con, which seemed to be out to kill all of us anarchists, was on October 31st and Anarchapulco starts on Valentine’s Day. Because it is really all about love.
If you haven’t checked out the TDV Summit page lately, check it out. We’ve added a number of great speakers and I still have a few surprises to announce. It is two full days this year and I am able to focus on it fully for the first time as we have a professional management team running Anarchapulco now. And, included in the price is a gala dinner to be held on the evening of February 12th.
And, Anarchapulco just released its main stage speaker list (there will be 5 stages this year). It’s quite the list! Jeffrey Tucker - Anarchapulco Master of Ceremonies
Ron Paul Former - Congressman, Author of 'End the Fed'
Andrew Napolitano - Senior Judicial Analyst for Fox News
David Icke - Ground breaking Author & Public Speaker
Doug Casey - Founder of Casey Research
Cynthia McKinney - Activist, Former US Representative
Jeff Berwick - Founder of Anarchapulco, The Dollar Vigilante, and Anarchast
Dayna Martin - Author, Speaker, Midwife, Unschooling & Peaceful Parenting Advocate
Derrick Broze - Creator, The Conscious Resistance Network
Luke Rudkowski - Journalist, Founder of WeAreChange.org
Max Igan - Host of The Crowhouse
G. Edward Griffin - Author of 'Creature from Jekyll Island'
Mark Passio - Independent Researcher
Sasha Daygame - Author, Men’s Coach, Spiritual Adventurer
Ole Dammegard - Truth Seeker, Code Breaker, and Peace Maker
Thaddeus Russell - Historian, Podcaster, Founder of Renegade University
Anil Gupta - Author of 'Immediate Happiness'
Brien Foerster - Author of 'Lost Ancient Technology'
Eric July - Frontman of BackWordz, Co-founder of Being Libertarian
Matt Phillips - Past President of Free State Project, Ambassador, Activist, Entrepreneur - Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Physician Entrepreneur & Vaccine Activist
Vit Jedlicka - President of Liberland
Joe Quirk - President of The Seasteading Institute
Becca Tzigany - Activist & Author, Venus and Her Lover
Joel Bowman - International Man
Jonny Dupre - Psycho-Social Coach & Trainer - The International Man
Vin Armani - CryptoSavage
Avens O'Brien - 2nd Generation Liberty Activist
Tim Moen - Leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada
Gina Carr - Blockchain Company Leader, Author, Emerging Technology Expert
Tata Meche, José Merced Velazquez Pañeda Tata - Town Elder, Cheran, Michoacan
There are even more announcements soon, including Larken Rose and many more. And, we haven’t announced the Cryptopulco speaker list yet. It should come out in the next week. You won’t want to miss it.
Anarchapulco will likely sell out by January. And all 1,000 rooms in the Princess Hotel are already close to sold out, so if you want to stay on premises, make sure to book your room now. If you miss it, don’t worry, we’ll likely be filling up a hotel nearby down the beach too!
And, don’t worry about what might happen in the future. Live in the present. Own some precious metals and cryptocurrency. Work on yourself, physically, mentally and spiritually. And spend more time with your loved ones.
Everything else will work itself out.
Now, I’m going to go watch Lord of the Rings with my wife and kids. “Hey kids, did you know that ring of power is an allegory for central banks and government?”
Thank you, as always, for being a subscriber!
Jeff Berwick
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Thoughts on the Recent Drop...

I had posted this on the Litecoin subreddit, and they seem to feel it's too related to markets, so here you are, and I'm glad they pointed me to what seems like a better conversation.
[edit : that was a short lived bounce and very weak. at this point, it looks like it cut through support. Next level isn't until 0.012 BTC.]
I have recently started looking at Litecoin trading patterns, and I wanted to offer some thoughts to people concerned about how far it will drop. Of course, I can be wrong, but I have been comparing Litecoin to Bitcoin, not USD, and it looks like a better approach to seeing support and resistance. Right now, LTC looks like it is testing support against bitcoin, which, based on a simple chart analysis, could be expected. In order not to miss the dip, I set a purchase yesterday to trigger at 0.015 BTC. It looks like the support is in a range from 0.01425 to 0.01467 BTC, and I would hope/expect it to rebound from this level for at least a day or so within the next few hours. I did notice that this drop has been consistent and sustained, so although that is what my objective analysis says, it will be interesting to see if my purchase caught a falling knife. https://www.reddit.com/litecoin/comments/6bc8r3/thoughts_on_the_current_drop/
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Thoughts on the current drop...

I have recently started looking at Litecoin trading patterns, and I wanted to offer some thoughts to people concerned about how far it will drop. Of course, I can be wrong, but I have been comparing Litecoin to Bitcoin, not USD, and it looks like a better approach to seeing support and resistance. Right now, LTC looks like it is testing support against bitcoin, which, based on a simple chart analysis, could be expected. In order not to miss the dip, I set a purchase yesterday to trigger at 0.015 BTC. It looks like the support is in a range from 0.01425 to 0.01467 BTC, and I would hope/expect it to rebound from this level for at least a day or so within the next few hours. I did notice that this drop has been consistent and sustained, so although that is what my objective analysis says, it will be interesting to see if my purchase caught a falling knife.
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[uncensored-r/BitcoinMarkets] On the CME futures market

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So lot's of stuff going on regarding the CME market, and it seems a lot of disnfomation, figured I'd get my thoughts out there on the CME.
In my opinion, the CME market is pretty near unambiguously bullish. As in, there's a ton of positives and very little negatives. I've heard the arguments against, and it generally boils down to: shorters and manipulators.
Manipulation of the type many seem to talk about happens far less often then they think. Yes, a small market like a thinly traded alt coin or a penny stock on the pink sheets may be able to be purely manipulate by a single entity (or small group of collaborators). While Bitcoin is much smaller market then more mature markets like gold, oil, or stocks, it's still far too big for this kind of manipulation. It's not like there's a Secret Whales Club where all the whales get together and plot their nefarious shorting strategies. Could a whale enter a massive short and hope to profit? Sure, they could. But another whale (or just the collective action of the market) could just as easily have other ideas and despite the whales best efforts, price still rises, thus wiping out the unfortunate whale. And when this whale covers their huge short in a haste, we would expect to see huge rallies as the whale buys in a panic to cover their short. Whales get their asses handed to them by the markets just as often as everyone else. They just tend to lose more. There is no magicical ability for whales to remove their risk in the markets. Doesn't matter if you put $1 or $1 billion into a market, once you do it, you're subject to the same market forces as everyone else, and if you make a bad bet, you're going to get your teeth kicked in, just like everyone else. Markets are a great equalizer. It's just as happy to crush a plumber as it is a billionaire.
So sure, in theory, the possibility for this kind of manipulation exists. But it's just as likely it will fail (shorting a security in the midst of an extremely powerful multi year bull market isn't really a sound strategy)and if it fails, the whales panic covering will propel Bitcoin to even higher highs.
And of course, the same argument would apply to the other side. WE're all so worried about bogeymen manipulating the price down, but why couldn't they manipulate it up? That seems just as likely.
In any case, since we have no idea if this sort of thing is happening, since we would have no idea how to determine if it was, since it's questionable if it would even be successful, and since it's just as likely to be down to the upside as it is to the downside, the only rational thing to do is just discount this whole line of thinking as both unlikely and irrelevant. In theory, any market could be manipulated. If that's a major concern for you, you probably wouldn't be invested in anything. Just keep your money in the bank and enjoy that sweet sweet 0.015% interest rate. This sort of trade exists mostly in the minds of frustrated retail traders and not in the real world. Not because these people wouldn't do it if they thought they could get away with it, of course they would. It's that it's dumb, unlikely to work, and massively risky. THAT'S why it's not done in any significant way.
And if you're sitting there thinking about "but how does he explain how the gold market is manipulated" let me stop you right there. My type of analysis isn't for you. I don't subscribe to unproven conspiracy theories (i.e. gold market manipulation by globalist cabals, fraudulent Tethers etc) and I don't entertain ppl who do. If you have facts or hard data on the manipulation of the gold market or fraudulent Tether creation, by all means, post it below and we can analyze it. But if you want to be a successful trader you need to deal with facts, data, and objective reality. One of the primary reasons why the "little guy" tends to get crushed in the markets more often then not is that this type of trader is disproportionately likely to based their trading on conspiracy theories and other misinformation. This will get you killed. A good rule of thumb, if you heard about something on Zero Hedge or Info Wars, or any other similar source, it's almost certainly bullshit.
In addition, the bigger a market is, the harder it is for any single entity or cabal to manipulate it with predatory practices. Thus, any even that increases the size of the market will, by default, REDUCE the likelihood of it being manipulated.
As far as the concern about shorters, this is a little more valid in the sense that it actually does happen. That said, I think lots of people fundamentally misunderstand how important shorters are to a healthy, functioning market. They are an essential part of the price discovery mechanism, and making it easier to short something is a good thing and not a bad thing.
For one, shorters reduce volatility, and very often can prevent catastrophe, but the very act of cooling down an overheated market. Anybody who read The Big Short knows how difficult it was to short the subprime housing market in the mid 2000's. I don't think it's coincidence that subprime became such a massive bubble. I don't believe for a second that the 3 guys featured in TBS were the only 3 who saw this coming and wanted to short housing. I'm sure there were tons of ppl who saw it. The book documents how difficult it was to short. Would the subprime bubble have happened if there was a much easier way to short it (say, a bearish ETF or something)? Probably. But it's also very likely it wouldn't have been so painful because if shorters were allowed to do their thing, the bubble probably wouldn't have gotten so big in the first place. Shorters act as a relief valve on overheated markets, and this tends to reduce volatility and bring stability to markets.
In addition to this crucial service, shorters also provide another essential service by providing liquidity during corrections, bear markets and other sharp downturns. When the panic selling hits and all of a sudden the bulls are nowhere to be found, oftentimes the only people buying are shorts taking profits and covering their positions. This tends to make corrections less severe then they otherwise be, and end quicker then they otherwise would. So shorts aren't something to be feared. They keep markets from going up too far too fast (which tends to reduce the big corrections that Bitcoin is known for) and when markets DO correct, they tend to make for a softer landing.
Just look at the short interest over the recent big corrections, on November 13, and the most recent one, around November 29.
https://ibb.co/bC4PNw
The recent fall was around 25% and the November 13 correction was almost 40%. The most recent one saw shorters buy 10,000 coins during the correction to close their positions, and the November 13 one saw almost 15,000 during that correction. Those are massive numbers. How much more would the correction have been if those shorters weren't buying then? 50%? 60%? Obviously it's impossible to quantify. It would have been much worse without them though.
So, although it may be counter intuitive, allowing shorters easier access to the market is actually a positive for Bitcoin. I wouldn't call it "bullish" exactly, but I would definitely call it "healthy". Which can indirectly be bullish. A more stable, less volatile market with more steady gains and less huge corrections will likely, over time, attract more users who otherwise wouldn't be interested in it.
So we've looked at the two main worries, shorting, and manipulation. On the manipulation side, the CME market will make the overall BTC market bigger, which actually REDUCES the risk of manipulation. That risk still exists on some level, I guess, but it will be less after the 18th then it is before it, so this is not a valid concern. And as far as shorting, shorters are a crucial part of healthy price discovery, and we should be happy that more ppl will be able to short with this market. Not to mention that shorting is still niche trading behavior. MOST investors (and even many traders) will never short as a rule, preferring to be long only. Investors tend to have a bull bias as well. And traders are inherently trend followers as a group. Considering Bitcoin is still in a powerful multi year bull market, it is almost a certainty that the futures market will bring in much more buyers then sellers. CME traders aren't idiots. They're not going to look at the long term Bitcoin chart and be like "yeah, gonna short this insane bull market". They're far more likely to be like "wow, now THIS is a bull market. Time to buy!"
So of all the concerns I'm hearing, none really worry me. On the bull side, you've got vastly increasing the universe of potential buyers which I fully expect will keep the long term bull rally in good shape. You've got the decreased volatility that will come with increased volume. You've got the increased brand awareness and prestige that comes with being listed on a major global financial exchange, crucial for building the credibility of Bitcoin into a mature, world class asset. Too many ppl today think Bitcoin is still a Wild West where anything goes. Things like this will go a long way to reducing that perception. And finally, the CME market is the precursor to a Bitcoin ETF, which will cause this thing to fucking explode. If the CME market will increase the universe of potential buyers significantly, an ETF will increase it exponentially.
All in all, I don't believe the CME market is anything else but unambiguously bullish. I cannot think of a single valid concern that is actually a problem.
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Price was expected to reach this levels

Here is a first post in 30.09.2014, three months ago, you can check it in my profile:[IMG]http://i58.tinypic.com/5es3yh.jpg[/IMG]
A post for Bitcoin price in 05.10.2014: [IMG]http://i60.tinypic.com/21kh6yg.jpg[/IMG]
And a recent post, from 28.11.2014 stating an imminent fall for Litecoin was due: http://i.imgur.com/dlf6UkI.png
Unfortunately, this was a disappointment, as we didn't break 0.015 for LTCBTC and thus Litecoin depreciated faster than Bitcoin: [IMG]http://i59.tinypic.com/2r5rtsh.jpg[/IMG]
Also, I more than once stated that I'm waiting for a lower buy. Granted, I fell for the Paypal news and bought at 3.88, but then sold and bought almost double at 1.82, on the way down.
I think is rather important to see 1.1 hold, or better yet 1.5. This will maintain a longer uptrend intact. With volume decreasing [btc-e] I suppose coins are in a hodl position in a high percentage [who would wanna buy a pizza with thousands of coins now] and this decreasing is made with lack of buying power, rather than heavy selling. But this is across the board in crypto right now, except some premined who attracted some bitcoin conversions. Even though we reached this levels as indicated in my charts, trend is still down. With the first signs of a possible change in that, I will try to update. You can also find me on twitter: genuinelyFX
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04-14 08:16 - 'I apologize in advance for the length (and format most likely on this thread), but here are the main points with ALL the sourcing you need to prove this is a total scam: / HISTORY OF FALSE " PARTNERSHIP" WITH CHARITY: / I was...' by /u/TimTayshun removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-3min

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I apologize in advance for the length (and format most likely on this thread), but here are the main points with ALL the sourcing you need to prove this is a total scam:
HISTORY OF FALSE " PARTNERSHIP" WITH CHARITY:
I was the first to expose the fact that One World Foundation LIED about their Partnership with the charity SEVA Canada (which helps blind children), after becoming suspicious of the organization and simply deciding to make a phone call and email inquiry.
I received a response from Penny Lyons, SEVA's Executive Director confirming my suspicion of fraudulent association claims.
HERE IS THE EVIDENCE WHICH RESULTED:
[link]1 and see this >2min. video put together by Ben Zmith:
[link]2 images:
[link]3 [link]4 [link]5
HISTORY OF FALSE MEDIA PUBLICITY (Part 1)
(Onecoin and One World Foundation CEO and co-founder Mrs. Ruja Ignatova CAUGHT LYING)
COMPARE "FORBES MAGAZINE" COVERS:
Image: from Onecoin's website (reminder Onecoin/ One World Foundation are the same entity run by Ignatova: [link]6 and: [link]7 SEE: 20 seconds into this video from one of their top reps: [link]8 VIDEO shows a Onecoin member flipping through Forbes magazine (and Onecoin curiously appears to have both back cover ad, as well as last page full-page ad): [link]9 WHILE ONECOIN PROMOTED THE ABOVE AS AN ACTUAL "FORBES" COVER (AND ARTICLE) TO LURE NEW INVESTORS, IT WAS MERELY A PAID ADVERTISEMENT FROM THEIR MARKETING ARM CALLED "BRAND VOICE." SOURCE: [link]10
HERE IS THE ACTUAL FORBES COVER, BULGARIA, FOR THIS ISSUE
Directly from Forbes Bulgaria's website: [link]11 . or see short video proof HERE: [link]12
HISTORY OF FALSE MEDIA PUBLICITY (Part 2)
QUOTE: "Financial IT magazine is published 4 times a year. With distribution of over 2,000 print and digital copies, our magazine is a perfect media vehicle to extend global reach of your print advertisement and brand awareness campaigns."
SOURCE: [link]13 "
MEDIA KIT: [link]14
COMPARE "FINANCIAL IT" (WINTER) MAGAZINE COVERS:
This is from a Onecoin top rep (close-up of cover saying "Winter" Issue: [link]15 and this: [link]16 HERE ARE BOTH THE OFFICIAL "WINTER" ISSUE, PLUS THE RUJA (PAID) COVER ISSUE AND STORY
JANUARY (WINTER) [link]17
FEBRUARY: [link]18
NOTE: BOTH MAGAZINE ISSUES ARE EXACTLY THE SAME, PAGE FOR PAGE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE COVERS BEING DIFFERENT, AND A 2-PAGE RUJA (PAID) INTERVIEW SUBSTITUTED FOR 2 PAGES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. NO CHANGES. IT IS THE SAME ISSUE, ESSENTIALLY.
AGAIN: The FINANCIAL IT magazine cover and story is yet another PAID ADVERTISEMENT using DECEPTIVE TACTICS (and FRAUDULENT marketing) to attract newly invested funds to pay off existing investors
FRAUDULENT CLAIM of "FAIR MARKET VALUE" of ONECOIN on "OPEN MARKET" via FAKE "CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE"
Onecoin/ One World Foundation Founder and CEO, Mrs. Ruja Ignatova announcing that Onecoin will be listed on a new cryptocurrency exchange (on the open market)
The TITLE of this Presentation at GIANT recruiting Conference in Dubai on May 15th, 2015, was,: "Taking Onecoin to the Next Level"
THE FOLLOWING PROVES THE EXCHANGE SHE IS REFERRING TO, [link]19 IS A FRAUDULENT WEBSITE
(every indication suggests that this fake "exchange" is likely created by Onecoin themselves)
DAMNING IMAGES:
PLAGIARIZED#1: xcoinx is the exact copy of coinmarketcap (a real exchange), but with Onecoin as the #2 cryptocurrency in the world with a market cap of just under $4 Billion. Coinmarketcap currently lists 730 qty. separate cryptocurrencies. Onecoin is nowhere on that list. Of the many dozens of exchanges, Onecoin is not listed on ANY in the world other than this fake site. DIRECT SOURCE: [link]19 DIRECT SOURCE: [link]21 PLAGIARIZED #2: xcoinx copied 100% VERBATIM the entire FAQ from BitStamp (a respected cryptocurrency exchange) DIRECT SOURCE: http://[link]19 /faq DIRECT SOURCE: [link]23 FURTHERMORE
The price of Onecoin (the same company who runs One World Foundation) NEVER goes down! Only up!!
The price is dictated by Ruja Ignatova and has no basis in reality or free-market economics
IMAGES:
HERE is what ANY commodity or currency chart looks like in real life (example): [link]24 HERE is the first chart in the entire world which magically looks like this (SOURCE): [link]25 THIS IS A GIANT PONZI/ PYRAMID SCHEME WHICH SIMPLY CANNOT BE SUSTAINED!
NOTE: I personally challenged one of the top Onecoin recruiters, Ken Labine (Canada) to a LIVE web DEBATE this past Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 4:00PM PST to expose this information and discuss it. He agreed! HOWEVER, instead, he literally broadcast a 4 1/2 HOUR LONG (!!!) ...soliloquy of himself reading comments and facts I had posted, trying desperately, in a futile attempt, to discredit me (he ended up disabling his comments, as he does on all videos). As of the moment his video has over 1,000 views. He never let me on the air and never let me say even one word, whatsoever. The evasiveness and cowardice was palpable! (
I do not expect you to watch, but here is the link) SOURCE: [link]26 The blogger from Behind MLM site who saw it captured a brief moment of the video and ran it next to Onecoin Founder Ruja Ignatova explaining exactly what Ken Labine was lying about. So, a liar disproving a liar about a scam product which uses DECEPTIVE TACTICS (and FRAUDULENT marketing) to attract newly invested funds to pay off existing investors
PLEASE WATCH THIS ONE! IT IS LESS THAN 2 MINUTES LONG AND SHOWS THE CHARACTER OF THOSE INVOLVED: [link]27
ONECOIN DEFRAUDS ONECOIN MEMBER OF $200,000 WORTH OF PONZI POINTS BY DIRECT THEFT
[link]28
ONECOIN MASTERCARD ISSUER CONVICTED OF SMUGGLING $24 MILLION EUROS WORTH OF DRUGS...
[link]29 [link]30 [link]31
ONECOIN NEWS REPORTS ON FINLAND TV
Interview with top Onecoin con-artist: [link]32 2nd Finnish NEWS TV coverage of this scam: [link]33
FINAL SUMMARY
My apology for the length of this message, but this is a very serious matter, dealing with very serious fraud In honesty, this is a very, very small portion of the evidence I have collected over the past 12 months that is damning to Onecoin and One World Foundation They have changed banks too many times to count in the past 12 months Ruja Ignatova (Founde CEO) history is incredibly vague and un-sourceable (and I'm great at sourcing evidence!) Ruja FALSE CLAIMS to be an "expert" and "professional" in cryptocurrency ("authored books," "consulted cryptocurrency companies") HERE she claims Bitcoin started "before terrorist attacks and before September 11 (2001)" - EVERYONE knows that Bitcoin began in January 2009 (certainly an "expert" would. Right?): TITLE: "Dr. Ruja "OneCoin" Ignatova in London 06. Feb. 2016" SEE STARTING AT EXACTLY 5:15 mark: [link]34 Onecoin IS NOW UNDER INVESTIGATION IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES for operating an illegal pyramid scheme FINLAND: [link]35 SWEDEN: [link]36 ESTONIA: [link]37 AUSTRIA: [link]38 MORE TO COME, GUARANTEED!
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