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>>49906094
Monero doesn't need to become the single world currency, I don't think anyone realistically expects that. But the future of currencies is digital, most people, especially in Europe, already pay everything without physical cash, it's still fiat but digital. In some countries they might very likely phase out physical money altogether, and sooner than expected.

Tell me, what happens in said future if you want to get the services of a hooker or buy marihuana in countries that is not legal? Do you want daddy state or literally everyone in the planet (public ledger) to know the details of it? There is a very human need for privacy, it's not evil, and BTC doesn't fulfill it.

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>>49573174
>There is no bottom becuase cryptocurrencies have no value.

Even buying lotto tickets has a worth greater than crypto currency.

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>>28767551
Based on people I've interviewed, known, and met, I have a theory that money and wealth are philosophical signs of responsibility. Money, symbolically, basically is responsibility. So some people chase away responsibility because it's scary and they don't want to be held account to something.

A big reason I've been holding onto this is the fact that the same people who can't handle money also are arrogant and cannot submit to ideas or conversations. They are unable to take a submissive role in anything. I think it's a sign of insecurity. It's like someone buying a Dodge RAM truck because they have a small dick. Chase away responsibility because they're a beta-species who doesn't wanna seem weak by failing.

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Imagine being so retarded that you live in a state that charges an additional income tax on top of the federal one when there is a place called florida

This is a teachable moment. Move

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>>26461729
Shits not hard
>Says retard who is subsidized by parents.
Good for you anon. But most people aren't as lucky as you.

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>>26460186
I unironically was all in on BAT and didn't lose anything. So in 2019 I cashed out. Oh if I could go back and just dump it on BTC, ETH or Link.
>Not making the same mistake this time hehehe. HODL until 2027 at the minimum. DCAing 25% of my income until then.

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I've bought XLM hoping that the news around PayPal, Visa and some Government adoption will make it moon this year / 2022

Do I:

A: Go balls to the wall and invest everything I have into XLM (around $1000 worth)

or

B: Diversify with one other coin?
- and if so what coin?

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Pretend you put it into an index fund like a normie with a 25k initial. Now what would it be worth in that same amount of time?

Take that number out and leave the rest in BTC.

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...and totally forgot about it you would have done much better than what you are doing now. Which is checking the price 200 times a day, swinging it, pumping, fudding, and fretting about it. Even though you might say 'who has the time to wait five or ten years to get rich?' you waste precious hours of mental energy and emotion day in, day out fretting over your 0.3x when ignoring and living your live would have yielded a 10 to 1000x.

>The chatter and mental energy expended that might help your bottom line is never seen here, which would be talk around the fundamentals of the project, use cases, adoption, personnel, paradigm changes in a new economy, etc.

Most of you are in a Skinner Box. When the bird pecks the button it gets a food pellet. If it pecks the button and no food pellet the bird stops pecking. If the bird pecks and food pellets are given randomly after the peck the bird loses its shit and pecks like crazy because living organisms are built to strive against a limit, against a barrier that yields a successful result randomly because this what causes the organism to grow and understand the environment. If you aren't actually growing or making an effort you can get the Skinner Box effect from gambling or other degenerate activity because you are getting the thrill of random success but you have no chance of success because the odds won't let you or you are just a jerk off in the basement.

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>> No.24564105 [View]
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Cashout strategy:

So far I haven't cashed out of any of my stocks, but I've seen many people who sell like half the shares they own once they reach a decent enough +% and then buy again.

In your experience, is it a winning strategy on a medium/long stocks portfolio? It's actally what I do with my boomer funds, but that's another story.

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Reposting one final time for my LI Auto holders

https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/business-technology-products-and-services-asia-utilities-0f87912b7f1dda0fe7643766b8bb7cfb
>Li Auto today announced the pricing of its underwritten follow-on offering of 47,000,000 American depositary shares at a public offering price of US$29.00 per ADS.
I'm sorry /smg/
I have failed. I will stop posting.
It’s possible that $29 now acts as a floor. [that if Goldman Sachs / Union Bank of Switzerland is willing to jump onto $29, that $29 is a great price to buy at]
I still think that it is at a big, big, big discount to its future value. I am going to hold my position (for now) after watching it bounce from $30.05 to $30.90 in several minutes..
If I see the price push down hard below $30 between 9:30 and 10:00am I may sell (as this would indicate to me that others don’t believe in a new $29 floor)
I 100% advised to buy too early. I’m sorry /smg/ - I truly did not expect that LI Auto would sell their shares to Goldman Sachs for $29 each.. especially after Goldman Sachs issued the $60 price target.. I also did not expect for it to bleed for 7 days straight, after it posted 4600 vehicle sales in November
I’m really sorry for losing you money. I still would not sell (yet)
This is possibly the bottom; however, if the price dips below $30, you may want to take the loss.
[written pre-market]

After seeing the bounce from $30.05 to $32 I decided to hold - I will hold over the weekend
The price action today has been very good

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Repost from pre-market
https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/business-technology-products-and-services-asia-utilities-0f87912b7f1dda0fe7643766b8bb7cfb
>Li Auto today announced the pricing of its underwritten follow-on offering of 47,000,000 American depositary shares at a public offering price of US$29.00 per ADS.
I'm sorry /smg/
I have failed. I will stop posting.
It’s possible that $29 now acts as a floor. [that if Goldman Sachs / Union Bank of Switzerland is willing to jump onto $29, that $29 is a great price to buy at]
I still think that it is at a big, big, big discount to its future value. I am going to hold my position (for now) after watching it bounce from $30.05 to $30.90 in several minutes..
If I see the price push down hard below $30 between 9:30 and 10:00am I may sell (as this would indicate to me that others don’t believe in a new $29 floor)
I 100% advised to buy too early. I’m sorry /smg/ - I truly did not expect that LI Auto would sell their shares to Goldman Sachs for $29 each.. especially after Goldman Sachs issued the $60 price target.. I also did not expect for it to bleed for 7 days straight, after it posted 4600 vehicle sales in November
I’m really sorry for losing you money. I still would not sell (yet)
This is possibly the bottom; however, if the price dips below $30, you may want to take the loss.

After seeing the bounce from $30.05 to $32 I have decided to hold

>> No.24540602 [View]
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https://apnews.com/press-release/globe-newswire/business-technology-products-and-services-asia-utilities-0f87912b7f1dda0fe7643766b8bb7cfb
>Li Auto today announced the pricing of its underwritten follow-on offering of 47,000,000 American depositary shares at a public offering price of US$29.00 per ADS.
I'm sorry /smg/
I have failed. I will stop posting.
It’s possible that $29 now acts as a floor. [that if Goldman Sachs / Union Bank of Switzerland is willing to jump onto $29, that $29 is a great price to buy at]
I still think that it is at a big, big, big discount to its future value. I am going to hold my position (for now) after watching it bounce from $30.05 to $30.90 in several minutes..
If I see the price push down hard below $30 between 9:30 and 10:00am I may sell (as this would indicate to me that others don’t believe in a new $29 floor)
I 100% advised to buy too early. I’m sorry /smg/ - I truly did not expect that LI Auto would sell their shares to Goldman Sachs for $29 each.. especially after Goldman Sachs issued the $60 price target.. I also did not expect for it to bleed for 7 days straight, after it posted 4600 vehicle sales in November
I’m really sorry for losing you money. I still would not sell (yet)
This is possibly the bottom; however, if the price dips below $30, you may want to take the loss.

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LI Auto Simpson anon here
https://ir.lixiang.com/news-releases/news-release-details/li-auto-inc-announces-proposed-follow-public-offering-american
Fuck me
I was (probably) wrong
>The Nasdaq-listed Tesla challenger intends to offer 47 million American depositary shares (ADSs), each representing two Class A ordinary shares, with an over-allotment option allowing the underwriters to purchase up to 7.05 million additional ADSs within 30 days, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
https://www.caixinglobal.com/2020-12-03/tesla-rival-li-auto-plans-new-share-sale-to-bankroll-rd-101635306.html

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Reposting one final time

Buy LI Auto
Yes, I know the China bill is tonight ~6:30pm
HOWEVER, it will become apparent that the bill is meant more so to target firms like China Mobile (who are controlled by the CCP) than it is to stop companies like Alibaba/XPEV/LI Auto
LI Auto just got a price target upgrade to $60 from Goldman Sachs [they also have a price target of $45 from Citigroup]
LI Auto just released new good sales data yesterday
Every other Chinese EV has hit their price targets and then some
Look at how NIO / XPEV / LI Auto are doing today - is this the price action you would expect to see before the China vote??
No! Smart money is stocking up on the cheapies.
If you don't feel safe going into the position, just buy a fraction of what you would normally buy (scale into the position)
If you don't feel comfortable doing even that, then wait until tomorrow when you see them all up 7-10% to get the 'green light' to buy - not a big deal if you miss out on those profits if you're risk averse; it's not going to go to $45 or $60 in one day.
LI Auto has a cap of 30 billion
XPEV 40 billion
NIO 60 billion
LI Auto has the most room to grow. The Goldman Sachs $60 price target alone will carry it up
Take advantage of these political risk cheapies!!!

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Reposting

Buy LI Auto
Yes, I know the China bill is tonight ~6:30pm
HOWEVER, it will become apparent that the bill is meant more so to target firms like China Mobile (who are controlled by the CCP) than it is to stop companies like Alibaba/XPEV/LI Auto
LI Auto just got a price target upgrade to $60 from Goldman Sachs [they also have a price target of $45 from Citigroup]
LI Auto just released new good sales data yesterday
Every other Chinese EV has hit their price targets and then some
Look at how NIO / XPEV / LI Auto are doing today - is this the price action you would expect to see before the China vote??
No! Smart money is stocking up on the cheapies.
If you don't feel safe going into the position, just buy a fraction of what you would normally buy (scale into the position)
If you don't feel comfortable doing even that, then wait until tomorrow when you see them all up 7-10% to get the 'green light' to buy - not a big deal if you miss out on those profits if you're risk averse; it's not going to go to $45 or $60 in one day.
LI Auto has a cap of 30 billion
XPEV 40 billion
NIO 60 billion
LI Auto has the most room to grow. The Goldman Sachs $60 price target alone will carry it up
Take advantage of these political risk cheapies!!!

>> No.24484918 [View]
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Buy LI Auto
Yes, I know the China bill is tonight ~6:30pm
HOWEVER, it will become apparent that the bill is meant more so to target firms like China Mobile (who are controlled by the CCP) than it is to stop companies like Alibaba/XPEV/LI Auto
LI Auto just got a price target upgrade to $60 from Goldman Sachs [they also have a price target of $45 from Citigroup]
LI Auto just released new good sales data yesterday
Every other Chinese EV has hit their price targets and then some
Look at how NIO / XPEV / LI Auto are doing today - is this the price action you would expect to see before the China vote??
No! Smart money is stocking up on the cheapies.
If you don't feel safe going into the position, just buy a fraction of what you would normally buy (scale into the position)
If you don't feel comfortable doing even that, then wait until tomorrow when you see them all up 7-10% to get the 'green light' to buy - not a big deal if you miss out on those profits if you're risk averse; it's not going to go to $45 or $60 in one day.
LI Auto has a cap of 30 billion
XPEV 40 billion
NIO 60 billion
LI Auto has the most room to grow. The Goldman Sachs $60 price target alone will carry it up
Take advantage of these political risk cheapies!!!

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There are people unironically arguing ITT that Ted Kaczynski's manifesto should be in the OP links of every /smg/ bake.
Fuck off. Kill yourselves. This fucking stock market general, not "The Industrial Revolution was a mistake and we should overthrow the technological system"
We are fucking capitalists here, understand?
We want the system in place. We want to make $$$. We don't give a fuck about your political opinions. Go to >>>/pol/ and discuss Kaczynski all you want
This is stock market general, on a business board. I will never post that shit in a fresh bake. We are all here to become fuck you rich. We are all here to make $$$. We are not here to "overthrow the system". Fuck off faggots, go back

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>>24093731
"If you had bought the SPY at the last second of trading on each business day since 1993 and sold at the market open the next day — capturing all of the net after-hour gains — your cumulative price gain would be 571 percent.

On the other hand, if you had done the reverse, buying the E.T.F. at the first second of regular trading every morning at 9:30 a.m. and selling at the 4 p.m. close, you would be down 4.4 percent since 1993."

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>>19681134
Brew your own coffee, tea or just drink juice.

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>>19522090
>>>/lit/
>>>/x/

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Were all the "bears" spamming about the common cold and the shutdown in /smg/ on weekends happener immigrants from /pol/? Now that there is an actual happening they're all gone.

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>>19385427
MICROSHIT WINBLOWS

Why don't people just use Linux, Thunderbird and LibreOffice. They're literally free.



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