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25-12-2021 03:29
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
Xadoman wrote:
Pitbull is slowly pumping.

Pitbull is ceasing to be a flat line for the first time in two weeks (during which it RAPED anyone wishing to buy or sell). It is still way down in the grand scheme of things.
25-12-2021 03:40
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
It is still way down in the grand scheme of things.


I am up 4x.
25-12-2021 20:36
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
Xadoman wrote:
It is still way down in the grand scheme of things.
I am up 4x.

All addicted gamblers convince themselves that they will "break even" if they just hang in there a little while longer, or ... they just resign to convincing themselves that they are already "ahead" and have somehow earned the right to keep enjoying the game a little while longer.

Xadoman, I think there's a reason you never give the specifics that would enable everyone to see, and require you to face, exactly how much you have lost.

You aren't up. Your ever-changing mixed bag of crypto gambling is designed to prevent you from seeing your overall gambling big picture, thus leaving you free to focus on only the parts of the picture that might appear to be "pumping" at the moment so you can ride your gambling high.





26-12-2021 01:07
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
Xadoman, I realize that you are eager to discuss Solchicks' performance up to the moment, so go ahead. I won't steal your thunder.






Current Solchicks' Price: $0.1241
Xadoman's Purchase Price: $0.1421

Edited on 26-12-2021 01:13
26-12-2021 01:38
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
I bought Cardano on 8/12/21 at 1.36284 and checked it on 24/12/2021 and it was 1.44823 for a profit of $287.84 so I hit the close button.I started with $7,000 and now my balance is $29,962.82.I see bitcoin is up at 50,488 so I have missed the boat on that.When I lived at a remote roadhouse I met a Canadian who had all her money in a trading platform.It was not Plus 500 but when her gearbox went out on her bus she pulled $7000 to get it repaired no problem.Her balance was over $300,000
26-12-2021 02:34
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
Xadoman wrote:
It is still way down in the grand scheme of things.


I am up 4x.

... and Pitbull is on its way back down again... Meanwhile, anyone attempting to sell is still getting bent over furniture.
26-12-2021 02:38
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
I really do love the canyon moments of Evergrow... totally legit...

Up in the 8700s, then instantly drops down to roughly 6900 for a number of hours, then instantly jumps back up to the upper 7000s... Nothing to see here...
26-12-2021 03:07
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
How much Evergrow do you have?
26-12-2021 05:17
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
duncan61 wrote:I bought Cardano on 8/12/21 at 1.36284 and checked it on 24/12/2021 and it was 1.44823 for a profit of $287.84 so I hit the close button.

I'm having some problems with your story, specifically the math errors that you wouldn't have if you were reading off actual documentation.

A $7,000 purchase at $1.36284 comes to 5,136.332952 tokens

When the price climbs to $1.44823 you then have a wallet value of $7,438.59, i.e. a gain of $438.59

duncan61 wrote: ... and now my balance is $29,962.82.

Not possible from what you have described. Your wallet value is $7,438.59, not $30K.

duncan61 wrote:When I lived at a remote roadhouse I met a Canadian who had all her money in a trading platform.... Her balance was over $300,000

That's nothing. There are people who hit jackpots at Vegas and their winning balance is several times higher.
26-12-2021 06:36
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
I am reading the information straight of my Plus 500 account.If I could post it I would.I will try to do it.Where did you get $7000 from
26-12-2021 07:02
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
duncan61 wrote:I am reading the information straight of my Plus 500 account.

If they give you math errors then consider that a warning.


duncan61 wrote: Where did you get $7000 from

You wrote it.

duncan61 wrote:I started with $7,000 and now my balance is $29,962.82.
26-12-2021 10:01
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
I saved money in my Plus 500 account till I had $7000 so I had enough backup to not bust out on my transactions.I did not buy $7000 of Cardano
26-12-2021 10:05
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
I have traded and made the balance $29,962.82 from the origional $7000 over the last 5 years.I mostly do Commodities like copper and gold and I have made a few rules
.Only have one contract at a time
.Always have enough to cover worst case scenario
26-12-2021 17:35
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
(4260)
Most of these 'coin' investments are for fun and adventure, a learning experience. A few people will cash out with profits, if they learned to place the game well, or got lucky, and quit at the right time. Most aren't going to be financially devastated, if they lose it all. They learned from gambling, it's on fun betting, what you can afford to lose. Casinos set rules and limits to produce the most 'wins' for the house, not the customers. Professional gamblers do the same, but have to set their personal limits/rules, within the gambling house's. It's not all about luck, to walk out with some money still in your wallet. Even if the games are rigged, or a total scam, it's still possible to walk away with a fatter wallet. You have to learn the game, and how to exploit the rules. Even scam games, need 'winners', or it becomes too obvious it's a scam, nobody plays, everyone pulls out, what little the have sitting on the table. Even a scam, has to maintain an illusion of potential profit for those who play their game. You just need to figure out how to exploit the illusion. Most will lose, or move on to another game, before they learn enough, which is profit to the house. The house still collects transaction fees...
27-12-2021 16:36
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
duncan61 wrote:
How much Evergrow do you have?

None. I do not throw money into scams.
27-12-2021 19:40
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
gfm7175 wrote:
duncan61 wrote:How much Evergrow do you have?
None. I do not throw money into scams.

... but how much do you throw away while gambling at table games? It's gaining in popularity these days and is quite the symbol of immense social status within internet circles.

Might I recommend a cryptocurrency that was so successful in its first round that demand for a second version, i.e. V2, was overwhelming? Look for the ticker symbol SFM and just buy right now ... all you can ... because it's going to take off to the MOON ... and you'll acquire a sense of family with others who play the same table games that you do. You'll even be able to relax with your own moderated internet forums that will automatically filter out all spam and FUD and annoyingly bad news.
27-12-2021 22:44
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:
duncan61 wrote:How much Evergrow do you have?
None. I do not throw money into scams.

... but how much do you throw away while gambling at table games? It's gaining in popularity these days and is quite the symbol of immense social status within internet circles.

Still zero.


IBdaMann wrote:
Might I recommend a cryptocurrency that was so successful in its first round that demand for a second version, i.e. V2, was overwhelming? Look for the ticker symbol SFM and just buy right now ... all you can ... because it's going to take off to the MOON ... and you'll acquire a sense of family with others who play the same table games that you do. You'll even be able to relax with your own moderated internet forums that will automatically filter out all spam and FUD and annoyingly bad news.

YES PLEASE!!!!! Sign me up!!! V2 has obviously "fixed the kinks" from V1... All systems go! TO THE MOON!!!!!
28-12-2021 06:06
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
In case anyone missed the show, Pitbull pulled a triple-fleecing today, specifically of people trying to sell. It was fabulous. DeFi's totally unregulated nature enables these wonderful performances. Please see the attached below for the closing credits.


02:57:30 pm - $0.000000001875 (people want to sell)
03:02:10 pm - $0.000000001270 (price dropped by one-third for fleecing)
03:07:11 pm - $0.000000001869 (fleecing complete, price returned, batter is retired)

03:12:38 pm - $0.000000001837 (people want to sell)
03:17:12 pm - $0.000000001240 (price dropped by one-third for fleecing)
03:22:10 pm - $0.000000001836 (fleecing complete, price returned, batter is retired)

04:32:11 pm - $0.000000001855 (people want to sell)
04:37:12 pm - $0.000000001416 (price dropped by 24% for fleecing)
04:42:00 pm - $0.000000001417 (asleep at the wheel, forgot to return price)
04:47:10 pm - $0.000000001860 (awoke, price returned, batter is retired)

This inning is over. Three up, three down.
Attached image:

28-12-2021 18:59
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
IBdaMann wrote:
In case anyone missed the show, Pitbull pulled a triple-fleecing today, specifically of people trying to sell. It was fabulous. DeFi's totally unregulated nature enables these wonderful performances. Please see the attached below for the closing credits.


02:57:30 pm - $0.000000001875 (people want to sell)
03:02:10 pm - $0.000000001270 (price dropped by one-third for fleecing)
03:07:11 pm - $0.000000001869 (fleecing complete, price returned, batter is retired)

03:12:38 pm - $0.000000001837 (people want to sell)
03:17:12 pm - $0.000000001240 (price dropped by one-third for fleecing)
03:22:10 pm - $0.000000001836 (fleecing complete, price returned, batter is retired)

04:32:11 pm - $0.000000001855 (people want to sell)
04:37:12 pm - $0.000000001416 (price dropped by 24% for fleecing)
04:42:00 pm - $0.000000001417 (asleep at the wheel, forgot to return price)
04:47:10 pm - $0.000000001860 (awoke, price returned, batter is retired)

This inning is over. Three up, three down.

Hahahahaha I missed it... What a damn fine inning that Pitbull just pitched!!! Poor Xadoman...
28-12-2021 19:09
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
Safemoon "V2" had a seller yesterday... Otherwise, it appears that the V2 vehicle is driving over some rather rough terrain (but when looking at the past few days, a straight line can be drawn across the price chart, so nothing is actually happening other than the price being jacked up for buy orders and brought down for sell orders).

9:50 AM: $0.001603
9:55 AM: $0.001394 (down 13%)
10:00 AM: $0.001679


SOLCHICKS has effectively done nothing ever since Xadoman bought it (a small first round at an expensive price and a much larger second round for a bit more than the effectively flat line price that it's been ever since he bought it).
29-12-2021 03:29
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
gfm7175 wrote: ... it appears that the V2 vehicle is driving over some rather rough terrain

You aren't joking. Wow! V2 is making the Rocky mountains look like a judo mat.


Attached image:


Edited on 29-12-2021 03:31
01-01-2022 20:13
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
I am at breakeven now with Safemoon.
02-01-2022 02:30
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
Xadoman wrote:
I am at breakeven now with Safemoon.

Try to sell and see if you "break even"...
02-01-2022 03:55
duncan61
★★★★☆
(1744)
I noticed on Plus500 that Cardano had gone up to 1.55810 so I went short on it and I just checked and it has closed for 1.53741 which paid me $304.44.I bought 10,950 contracts on 27/12/2021 11.48 pm and it closed 28/12/2021 6.09 am.On Plus500 you can set your margins however some options time out so its easy to take a hit.My balance is $31,136.61 so its cruising nicely
Edited on 02-01-2022 03:56
02-01-2022 11:35
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
duncan61 wrote:
I noticed on Plus500 that Cardano had gone up to 1.55810 so I went short on it and I just checked and it has closed for 1.53741 which paid me $304.44.I bought 10,950 contracts on 27/12/2021 11.48 pm and it closed 28/12/2021 6.09 am.On Plus500 you can set your margins however some options time out so its easy to take a hit.My balance is $31,136.61 so its cruising nicely



Beautiful. Here is a link to a guy who teaches trading. He makes around 9000 dollars per day from day trading and only working about 3 hours per day.
https://www.youtube.com/c/c0tt0nc4ndyTA
02-01-2022 11:44
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
gfm7175 wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
I am at breakeven now with Safemoon.

Try to sell and see if you "break even"...


No way I would sell at break even. The point of investing is to make profit. With crypto I want to multiply my money exponentially.
02-01-2022 13:52
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
Xadoman wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:
Xadoman wrote:I am at breakeven now with Safemoon.
Try to sell and see if you "break even"...
No way I would sell at break even.

Are you somehow required to simply lose your money?

Xadoman wrote:The point of investing is ...

... and we're right back to your delusion that gambling is somehow an " investment. "

This is why you are broke.

This is why you don't get much poon-tang.

Xadoman, which numbers on the roulette table are the best investments? ... and which slot machines?


Xadoman wrote:. With crypto I want to multiply my money exponentially.

Why don't you try to multiply your money with an actual investment instead of through gambling?
02-01-2022 20:53
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
(4260)
IBdaMann wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:
Xadoman wrote:I am at breakeven now with Safemoon.
Try to sell and see if you "break even"...
No way I would sell at break even.

Are you somehow required to simply lose your money?

Xadoman wrote:The point of investing is ...

... and we're right back to your delusion that gambling is somehow an " investment. "

This is why you are broke.

This is why you don't get much poon-tang.

Xadoman, which numbers on the roulette table are the best investments? ... and which slot machines?


Xadoman wrote:. With crypto I want to multiply my money exponentially.

Why don't you try to multiply your money with an actual investment instead of through gambling?


Traditional investments are slow yield, boring, if you play it safe. Otherwise, it's still gambling. Coins are give you chills and thrills, the rush, and potential quick-riches, that you still have plenty of years to spend and enjoy. Traditional safe, investments take most of your life, when you are all worn out, broken down, crap in a sack... Most of those riches, will be the inheritance of spoiled brats, who will have all the fun you were saving and investing for. A year later, they'll be broke, addicted to painkillers, from the accident they had, when they wreck to $200,000 car you bought them, after a huge party they threw, on your dime.

Digital currency (credit/debit cards) have already replaced cash and checks. Direct deposit, auto-bill paying, going paperless has been pushed for past couple decades. Easier to enroll, than to avoid. I still try to avoid it, but it's a hassle most of the time, lot of extra wait, make it as inconvenient ans possible.

I don't see crypto as taking over for the current currencies though. The profit, is in the fees, and investment bankers make on the money they get to hold onto for you. They aren't going to let good profits slip away easy.
02-01-2022 23:53
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
HarveyH55 wrote:Traditional investments are slow yield, boring, if you play it safe.

"Traditional" investments are only a small subset of investments. Opening a lucrative business is an "actual" investment that is neither slow nor boring. When it comes to investments, there are many options.

Rental property is another investment example that has the potential for amazing income and amazing growth in a very short time.

HarveyH55 wrote: Otherwise, it's still gambling.

You are conflating the concepts of "risk" with "gambling."

All investments carry some risk, but gambling has no arbitrary component rooted in economics. Gambling is a completely random event, except when it is rigged. Crypto is rigged gambling and you will expect the House to ensure it takes more than it pays out. A business, on the other hand, with all its risks, operates on economic principles of supply-and-demand and is not gambling. It becomes a matter of proficiency in providing goods and services for the right price, i.e. economics.

HarveyH55 wrote:Coins are give you chills and thrills, the rush, and potential quick-riches, that you still have plenty of years to spend and enjoy.

It's better to say that coins allow one to indulge in the mere baseless fantasy of "quick unrealistically insane wealth" which, in turn, gives one chills, thrills and a huge rush. He who throws away his money on such a fantasy is already prepared to say when it's all over "Well, it wasn't life-changing money. It was money I could afford to lose." Such a person is already addicted to the fantasy and the rush, and will repeat as often as necessary to get the needed fix. You know how addictions work, once the paycheck arrives, the money goes first towards the addiction.

Note: Any similarities between Xadoman and what I just wrote are entirely coincidental.

HarveyH55 wrote: Traditional safe, investments take most of your life, when you are all worn out, broken down, crap in a sack...

I'd say this is an accurate assessment of "traditional" investments. Those who wish to make a lot of money in the short term should consider opening a business or delving into real estate.

HarveyH55 wrote:Most of those riches, will be the inheritance of spoiled brats, who will have all the fun you were saving and investing for. A year later, they'll be broke, addicted to painkillers, from the accident they had, when they wreck to $200,000 car you bought them, after a huge party they threw, on your dime.

... and throwing all your money away on crypto is a great way to say to your heirs "Sit on this and spin around you losers! You ain't getting a dime."

HarveyH55 wrote:I don't see crypto as taking over for the current currencies though.

Because they cannot. With the exception of Bitcoin, all the others are sold as "investments" to the stupid, gullible masses and not as a currency. To do this, all cryptos become crippled as currencies with unacceptably huge transaction fees to give the title of "deflationary investment" token. Nobody accepts crypto for payment of goods and services because of the unacceptably huge fees and therefore the cryptos cannot be used as currencies.
03-01-2022 01:04
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
(4260)
IBdaMann wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:Traditional investments are slow yield, boring, if you play it safe.

"Traditional" investments are only a small subset of investments. Opening a lucrative business is an "actual" investment that is neither slow nor boring. When it comes to investments, there are many options.

Rental property is another investment example that has the potential for amazing income and amazing growth in a very short time.

HarveyH55 wrote: Otherwise, it's still gambling.

You are conflating the concepts of "risk" with "gambling."

All investments carry some risk, but gambling has no arbitrary component rooted in economics. Gambling is a completely random event, except when it is rigged. Crypto is rigged gambling and you will expect the House to ensure it takes more than it pays out. A business, on the other hand, with all its risks, operates on economic principles of supply-and-demand and is not gambling. It becomes a matter of proficiency in providing goods and services for the right price, i.e. economics.

HarveyH55 wrote:Coins are give you chills and thrills, the rush, and potential quick-riches, that you still have plenty of years to spend and enjoy.

It's better to say that coins allow one to indulge in the mere baseless fantasy of "quick unrealistically insane wealth" which, in turn, gives one chills, thrills and a huge rush. He who throws away his money on such a fantasy is already prepared to say when it's all over "Well, it wasn't life-changing money. It was money I could afford to lose." Such a person is already addicted to the fantasy and the rush, and will repeat as often as necessary to get the needed fix. You know how addictions work, once the paycheck arrives, the money goes first towards the addiction.

Note: Any similarities between Xadoman and what I just wrote are entirely coincidental.

HarveyH55 wrote: Traditional safe, investments take most of your life, when you are all worn out, broken down, crap in a sack...

I'd say this is an accurate assessment of "traditional" investments. Those who wish to make a lot of money in the short term should consider opening a business or delving into real estate.

HarveyH55 wrote:Most of those riches, will be the inheritance of spoiled brats, who will have all the fun you were saving and investing for. A year later, they'll be broke, addicted to painkillers, from the accident they had, when they wreck to $200,000 car you bought them, after a huge party they threw, on your dime.

... and throwing all your money away on crypto is a great way to say to your heirs "Sit on this and spin around you losers! You ain't getting a dime."

HarveyH55 wrote:I don't see crypto as taking over for the current currencies though.

Because they cannot. With the exception of Bitcoin, all the others are sold as "investments" to the stupid, gullible masses and not as a currency. To do this, all cryptos become crippled as currencies with unacceptably huge transaction fees to give the title of "deflationary investment" token. Nobody accepts crypto for payment of goods and services because of the unacceptably huge fees and therefore the cryptos cannot be used as currencies.


I know BitCoin was/is accepted by some businesses...

Open a new business is a risk. Many fail in their first year. They can also be expensive to start up. Even if you plan every detail, you can't depend on enough customers, wanting to pay your price, for the products or services you offer. People were getting by, before you opened you business. You need to offer something, they were already able to get else where cheaper, better.
03-01-2022 01:26
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
HarveyH55 wrote:I know BitCoin was/is accepted by some businesses...

Exactly. This is why I wrote "with the exception of Bitcoin" because Bitcoin is accepted all over the world, which is why Bitcoin's price is currently greater than $45K. A currency's value is based on its acceptance as payment for goods and services. Other cryptos are not accepted as payment by anyone. They are as worthless as the Dutch Gilder (which Holland replaced with the Euro). This is why they are collectively referred to as "Shitcoin."

HarveyH55 wrote:Open a new business is a risk.

All investments carry risk. No one can eliminate all risk.

HarveyH55 wrote:Many fail in their first year.

... because many are not sufficiently proficient in running a business and still have much to learn. The good news is that it doesn't matter if one has to declare bankruptcy, as long as one tries and tries again. Eventually there will be success. Even Donald Trump had to declare bankruptcy a few times.

You bring up an excellent point of some of the important life skills that just aren't taught in public schools.

HarveyH55 wrote: They can also be expensive to start up.

... hence the term "investment."

HarveyH55 wrote:Even if you plan every detail, you can't depend on enough customers, wanting to pay your price, for the products or services you offer.

If you wish to start a business, make sure to perform all the necessary market surveys first. Many who are not terribly proficient in running a business fail to do so ... and what they don't know eventually kills them (figuratively).

HarveyH55 wrote: People were getting by, before you opened you business. You need to offer something, they were already able to get else where cheaper, better.

Yes. This is called "the business opportunity." If you succeed then you put those others out of business while you rake in all that cash.
03-01-2022 11:55
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
Bitcoin transactions are slow as hell. It can not be used as money. IbdaMann, you are the computer guy, you should know about that.
People can accept any crypto they want. You can pay with Safemoon if the other guy accepts it.
There is no much growth in Bitcoin anymore. That is why it is quite meaningless to buy Bitcoin if you want to make serious money. Yes, it could go 2x from now but that kind of growth does not make you a millionaire. The point in cryptoland is to multiply your money exponentially.
03-01-2022 17:03
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
Xadoman wrote:
The point in cryptoland is to multiply your money exponentially.

All you seem to be doing is pissing your money away.
03-01-2022 20:02
Xadoman
★★★☆☆
(835)
All you seem to be doing is pissing your money away.


I admit I have been stupid not taking profits when a coin goes 20x. Slowly learning from my own mistakes.
04-01-2022 02:51
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
Xadoman wrote:Bitcoin transactions are slow as hell. It can not be used as money.

My son works at a store. He just confirmed for me that anything and everything in the store can be purchased with Bitcoin.

Your statement has been falsified.

Xadoman wrote:IbdaMann, you are the computer guy, you should know about that.

... which is why I stay away from crypto. I prefer using dollars as my currency because dollars must be accepted as payment for all debts, public and private, which assures me that dollars will retain their value (outside of government devaluation).

Xadoman wrote:People can accept any crypto they want.

... but they don't accept it, therefore the crypto remains worthless. A currency's value is based on its acceptance as payment for goods and services, not on its ability to be accepted as payment for goods and services.

Did you catch that difference? Tree leaves can be accepted. They just aren't.

Xadoman wrote: You can pay with Safemoon if the other guy accepts it.

This wording is incorrect.

The correct wording is as follows: "You cannot pay with either Safemoon or V2 because no one accepts it."

Wording that implies that one can pay with some form of shitcoin is incorrect and must instead reflect that one cannot pay with any form of shitcoin.

Xadoman wrote:There is no much growth in Bitcoin anymore.

... because it is a valid currency. Bitcoin's value is it's acceptance as payment, not as any sort of investment. Your allusion to "growth" simply reveals your silly conflation of currency with investment.

Xadoman wrote: That is why it is quite meaningless to buy Bitcoin if you want to make serious money.

Correct. One should buy Bitcoin if one wishes to buy goods and services.

Xadoman wrote: The point in cryptoland is to multiply your money exponentially.

You describe the fantasy that is sold to gullible people like yourself to get them to quickly and easily give away all their cash the moment they receive their paychecks. The fantasy always includes plenty of conveniently unverifiable stories of unnamed "whales" who have made $mega-millions.

You have to be extremely gullible to believe those stories ... but you have to be totally delusional to actually believe that any crypto developers are in business just to make you rich. Just like a pyramid scheme, the only way for you to make even a little money is for many others to be bilked out of lots of money.

You've known for a long time now that shitcoins are not rooted in honesty and that you have no hope of making even 2x your money. You are simply addicted to the gambling. To prevent yourself from having to face any sort of reality from people like me, you ensure that you have absolutely no accounting of your gambling so that there is no way for you to ever realize the vast amount of money you have lost. You remain free therefore to cherry-pick cryptos showing you to be up at the moment ... without you actually having to cash out and realize your winnings ... so you can ultimately lose that as well.
04-01-2022 03:09
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
Xadoman wrote:
All you seem to be doing is pissing your money away.


I admit I have been stupid not taking profits when a coin goes 20x. Slowly learning from my own mistakes.

I think you are addicted to the gambling and that you haven't learned a thing. You haven't cashed out to realize winnings even one time. In fact, you recently mocked gfm7175's suggestion that you do exactly this. You said this just yesterday:

Xadoman wrote:No way I would sell at break even. The point of investing is to make profit. With crypto I want to multiply my money exponentially.


Your need to inject the phrase "break even" tells me all I need to know. You haven't learned anything. You think you are fooling me.

Guess again.
04-01-2022 08:33
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11981)
gfm7175, I haven't had a chance to check lately. Has Solchicks "mooned" yet?

I'm living with so much FOMO, you wouldn't believe it.
04-01-2022 16:39
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3132)
IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175, I haven't had a chance to check lately. Has Solchicks "mooned" yet?

I'm living with so much FOMO, you wouldn't believe it.

IBdaMann, I just did a quick check on how Solchicks is doing. Indeed, it has mooned... You are TOTALLY missing out!!! It has mooned all the way up to $0.14, which is around the price that Xadoman made his larger sized purchase for (if I recall correctly).

I did miss one "out of Solchicks character" event that occurred on the evening of the 2nd...

8:00PM CST: $0.112
8:05PM CST: $0.1232 (a 10% increase... exactly)
8:20PM CST: $0.1151

You better buy in now, as Solchicks is DEFINITELY on the rise...
04-01-2022 17:28
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gfm7175 wrote:IBdaMann, I just did a quick check on how Solchicks is doing. Indeed, it has mooned... You are TOTALLY missing out!!! It has mooned all the way up to $0.14,

That would seem to be a very good "moon" considering Xadoman dropped around $680 on Solchicks when it was at $0.16

That would only be 12.5% loss which, I imagine, translates into "up 4x" in Xadoman's technical crypto-parlance.

Can you imagine Solchicks "mooning" to its original high price on its opening day of $0.66? Imagine that, someone actually breaking even, which would translate to "1000x ROI" in crypto-speak.

Don't ever discount the moral victories that are soooooooooooo underrated.
04-01-2022 22:45
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IBdaMann wrote:
gfm7175 wrote:IBdaMann, I just did a quick check on how Solchicks is doing. Indeed, it has mooned... You are TOTALLY missing out!!! It has mooned all the way up to $0.14,

That would seem to be a very good "moon" considering Xadoman dropped around $680 on Solchicks when it was at $0.16

That would only be 12.5% loss which, I imagine, translates into "up 4x" in Xadoman's technical crypto-parlance.

Can you imagine Solchicks "mooning" to its original high price on its opening day of $0.66? Imagine that, someone actually breaking even, which would translate to "1000x ROI" in crypto-speak.

Don't ever discount the moral victories that are soooooooooooo underrated.

Thanks for the reminder... I do have a slight tendency to overlook that sort of thing... Maybe Xadoman is doing much better than I give him credit for... **busts out into loud laughter**
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