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Cool Breeze
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It's going to be high entertainment when the Peter Schiffs around here see where BTC goes by the end of the year, and just keep saying

"It's a bubble, it's a bubble I say!"

Sorta reminds me of the decades predictions that haven't happened on other topics.

aeden
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aeden
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thread: l8ter

fbi raid was for financial corruption
frankfurt was remote site tossed under the bus from contractor
read the letter he left on how and why he did it
its not hard to find

https://themarshallreport.wordpress.com ... -this-one/
we doubt cracker has enough shelf live of a fruit fly
no clue
his kids an addict and worse and yea we seen the material
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richard5za
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Cool Breeze wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 3:37 pm
Higgenbotham wrote:
Fri Jan 22, 2021 7:53 pm
Actually, I don't have the sense that the bitcoin bubble has broken. I believe bitcoin is going higher than the all time high of a couple weeks ago. But I'm watching it closely because I believe bitcoin will roll over before the stock market does. At least that's what happened in December 2017 and January 2018.
That's because it's not a bubble. The stock market is a bubble - it is far more overvalued than BTC.

I have no reason to believe that you are an effective day trader, but no reason to believe you aren't. I'm totally fine with your ability to call short term BTC movements, but it is a very hard thing to do that is not +EV long term, due to many factors including taxes. You could be in the small minority that is particularly savvy, I will maintain that possibility. The problem is that your opinion of BTC is so hollow it's hard to take you seriously.

What is your prediction then? Let's cut the crap. BTC didn't ever "roll over". If it did, it would be in such demand currently. You have been exposed, not bitcoin.
Bitcoin is a 100% digital asset. There is no underlying asset, not derivatively, not at all. You are buying a digital expression or algorithm which is believed cannot be copied and therefore can be trusted as a store of value. (value fluctuations aside)
It is largely unregulated in so many parts of the globe that it can aid criminal and terrorist activities and is a good vehicle for tax evasion. For these reasons alone digital assets must have a good very long term future but this may or may not include Bitcoin. So there is no reason for the authorities to support Bitcoin, rather I suspect the opposite may be true.
Currently Bitcoin is trusted as a store of value but there is a very short history, with AI on the we don't know for sure that it cannot be copied and looking to the long term past for reassurance is not there.
So how do we read the signs of the times?
Firstly experts cannot be trusted as a group. There are studies showing that more than 80% of financial, political and economic experts are less accurate on a three year forecast than a dart throwing chimp! A small percentage of experts are accurate in their forecasts but who are they? Who can be trusted for an accurate reading of the signs of the times?
So, the first point in searching the signs of the times is the PE ratio of stocks against history. Its very and untenably high and history has shown that crashes happen in this situation.
So what is likely to crash with the stocks, and where will the safe havens be? I can't answer this question but if I was in charge of the economy and finances of any Western country I would want digital assets completely squashed with the stock crash. Lets get rid of this terrorist, tax and criminal evasion; it will be a long time before digital assets are rebuilt and provide us with a breathing space!
As I'm sure you can imagine, I am not seeing a happy ending for digital assets and have never owned any.

aeden
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Like minded people will use digi coins to appear as an alternative to using dollars is gaining traction some convey.
People are going to buy hard assets, and we did, or save whatever they can to weather the storm and we are.
That said its like saying California has a stable electrical supply and 80 grand for a pickup is a deal.

Older dollar users think when the bond market goes its lights out and the wasting process is clear in the files.
We have been and are another grain colony thinking it made it to civilization.
The sogo lines in supply are holding since yea its another shit show.
The reply from the representative proves the dnc has lost its mind.
We just seen 70000 jobs vanish and over 900000 terminated from employ.

Sat Jan 23, 2021 4:10 pm
https://media.gab.com/system/media_atta ... 9f10c8.mp4 <----------------
the rep from michigan is a dem
your paying for gulags and internment camps

Listen very carefully to the rep.

Unless the senate grows a set.

Nancys cheese has slide off her cracker.
The treatment's have side effects we listed
as she stumbled out of the treatment center

Dunbar's number effects should be considered
given the inability of them to function now.
As the House member indicated they have lost it mentally
in scope and scale.
We already think its to late as the sycophant's already took a knee.
As we noted consent has been withdrawn since they cannot be trusted.
Already the variant is taking them out in Wayne county and yea we read
the white papers on what and how it will be leveraged from the asymmetrical
attacks of opportunity.

Dunbar's Number is just one datapoint in an overall equation describing what group sizes work and what don't.
We contend brain rot as they would pop up tissue harvest centers like subway shops since mores have been destroyed since
basically 1963 and yep we posted what they wanted to do also. Consequences are real no nope they cannot be trusted.
Even limousine liberals are not that stupid just evil unckecked butchers they now want to fund literally.
As for the mail in votes mail em in what difference does it make to demshevik Amazonian's anymore pissing in a cup for quota.
Just maybe we know your four class theory better than you.
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Higgenbotham
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Cool Breeze wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 10:38 pm
It's going to be high entertainment when the Peter Schiffs around here see where BTC goes by the end of the year, and just keep saying

"It's a bubble, it's a bubble I say!"

Sorta reminds me of the decades predictions that haven't happened on other topics.
oh my, I see you learned a new word - "Peter Schiffs". Now put your bitcoin pacifier back in your mouth and go back to the other thread and spout your delusions there.

I wish you all the luck you deserve.
While the periphery breaks down rather slowly at first, the capital cities of the hegemon should collapse suddenly and violently.

aeden
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https://politicalvelcraft.org/2019/11/2 ... countries/

Fabian communist running our of room here and there.

Of the 633 incidents coded as riots, 88 percent are recorded as involving Black Lives Matter activists. Data for 51 incidents lack information about the perpetrators’ identities. BLM activists were involved in 95 percent of the riots for which there is information about the perpetrators’ affiliation.

Maybe the FBI can let us know why these NGO run riot unscathed.
1/633 incidents was not meat heads cults.

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http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.u ... /C14540349

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aeden
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new variants
papers leaning at new vaccine needed
will source data set

14 lineage-specific amino acid replacements prior to its detection is to date unprecedented in global virus genomic data

i understand your concern daughter

technical possibility available as read

leave the field get to classroom to teach how to survive in setting

dad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqymo0sVUwE

aeden
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24 people shot, 4 fatally
slow weekend
snow effect

https://cms.zerohedge.com/s3/files/inli ... k=oi-hx3mz
Nope not going there or in 207 weeks with demsheviks wrecking ball.
Over 900,000 lost jobs and 70,000 jobs annihilated already last week with these sticky wage green masks
and water melon's.
Directive was cut wood for another season. Not a coherent action in play so far.
Brrrrr is not a plan.


https://drrichswier.com/2021/01/13/the- ... ms-did-it/
Several powerful operatives pitched in, according to Navarro, including Silicon Valley oligarch and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg; Marc Elias, former Hillary Clinton campaign general counsel; and Wall Street oligarch George Soros.

Navarro drilled down on the role Soros played in the upset. He alleged Soros money funded efforts to change election laws and rules and his network of organizations including the “Secretary of State Project” helped to elect “puppet” secretaries of state.

This we already knew and the interference violence network's in play.

https://themarshallreport.wordpress.com ... -this-one/

A Quarter Of Americans Skipped Meals Or Relied On Food Banks During Virus Lockdowns.
As we warned the piggy back globalist since Father Martin.

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