Re: Financial topics
Post by Cool Breeze » Sat Mar 06, 2021 10:53 am
It's going to be funny when it is six figures next year, hundreds of more companies (like Mass Mutual) own millions and billions of value in BTC...
Cool Breeze wrote: ↑Sat Mar 06, 2021 5:33 pmIf you all are wrong on the quality of the collapse (just bad decline, on and on) your future without BTC is much, much worse.
This is so obvious I would have let it go if you all weren't so insolent, but now I'll be dunking in your face when it gets to 100k and beyond.
Here we are "next year" at about 20K and I suppose any companies that did put Bitcoin on their balance sheet last year (like Mass Mutual) are struggling with how to get it off and how to explain to shareholders why they did such a stupid thing.
Now we have a new wrinkle.
If the 2022 bottom was indeed on Saturday with Bitcoin at 17.6K (currently at 21.4K), the Guests called it within hours after saying correctly all year that Bitcoin would be down.
Yes, "it's going to be funny" and yes, it is.