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MichaelJJ

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Bitcoin and online pharmacies
« on: April 22, 2019, 11:05:33 PM »
Bitcoin seems to have gained a bit over the last couple of weeks. I wonder if it will stabilize then keep going up to the moon, or if these are signs it is going to get to a plateau around this range for a while.
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Re: Bitcoin and online pharmacies
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2019, 12:28:47 AM »
I have been purchasing bitcoins since 2008 -too bad I gambled, invested, and gave away most of those profits!!!  Sadly I'm not a multi-billionaire today, jsut a millionaire at this point :-().One thing I've learned through experiences is that the price of BTC is explosive in its upwards moves, it goes up a LOT during bull-markets and doesnt go down a LOT until bull season is over and finished, all of it's down-swings have been shorte-lived. MOST of the time, it's value relative to the USD has been going steadily up when you look at it year by year.My point is, I would not invest 50K in cryptos all at once, right now.  I would (and do) however invest about 5% of my income in cryptos every 3 weeks.  I never sell  because I know its going up and myself going up with it, and if I spend them, I normally buy enough to make up for it and maybe a bit more.   my advice:  NEVER sell out when the price declines (unless it's guaranteed that the crypto is dead and won't recover which won't happen), and KEEP YOUR COINS SAFE in a hardware wallet, or paper wallet.Only invest what you are willing to lose even you now the only way for you is UP.