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This is my current portfolio (distributed evenly). Am I going to make it?

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Slept in till 11 today and had a phone call of about 10 minutes, guess that's my workday done.

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No low marketcaps, pref +100m, want something relatively safe since I'll be dropping $100k

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I need your help. For those of you that have made 1million or more, what's your advice on getting our of 5 figure and 6 figure hell? Do you think it has more to do with luck and yoloing? Did you hodl and have patience? What was your strategy. As many of you know, it gets harder and harder to bet on shit coins once you start amassing a lot of wealth. I reached $250k in 2017, but lost it all after the crash in 2018 and by making bad bets in 2018. I'm now back at $80k. The market is completely different though and we aren't getting moon shots like we were in 2017. Any advice is appreciated.

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looks like we back bao bros, sorry for yelling at you all, love you

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I think some breed of alt season is arriving lads, there's a ton of excitement in the air (see Doge). I think tokens are going to start mooning like no other soon. Lets put our heads together and try to predict the next one. Here's my picks

>LTC
>BNB
>XMR

I have a good feeling one of these fuckers is going to moon big time.

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>>26802066
chgeged

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So, what's the current situation with Melvin capital shorts?
>do they still have to buy tons of shares by Friday ?
>will the price rise again?

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Can someone explain to me the risk involved right now. What are the possible outcomes? What should we be looking for as sell signals? What's worst case scenario?

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So how the gouvernment will manage to fuck retail investors and reverse their trade ? How will they claim antisemitism?
I'm in EU so hopefully I'm not impacted

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Is it time to short Intel and buy ARM / apple ?
Seems like x86 days are drawing to a close

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>>22315449
>>22315554
>Your answer is great
No, his answer was complete nonsense. You don't count individual cards, you keep a running balance of the remaining concentration of 10s and As. More decks just makes the likelihood of that concentration going over the breakeven point (at which point you would raise your bet) less likely. There's no "omg 8 decks how can I possibly keep track?!?!"

Besides which, he retardedly thinks that casinos don't display the number of decks in play at any given table, as if you have to guesstimate.

Oh yeah, I forgot to mention shuffle machines and infinite-shuffle machines. These let the casinos shuffle frequently, for example after dealing just halfway into an 8-deck shoe, which makes the game impossible to beat; or effectively to shuffle again after every hand, meaning you play against a 0.5% disadvantage on every hand, again making it impossible to beat.

The enormous profits were happening in the 1950s and 1960s when Thorpe first figured it all out, where the game was single deck dealt to the bottom, and you could bet any ratio you wanted (even sitting out hands when the count was negative) without the casinos having a clue.

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I figure since women are whores and gold diggers ill settle down with a nice tranny that will treat me well. Does this make me gay?

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>>20009853
Jealous loser bitch :P

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Vote

https://www.strawpoll.me/20026511

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>>17007723
No catch, literally free money. I've already made 100$, which I converted in xlm and transferred to binance

xlm code
https://coinbase.com/
earn/xlm/
invite/t6192pv8

eos code
http://coinbase.com/
earn/eos/
invite/jg4c07ds

>XLM Answers
>Q1: A decentralized protocol that unites the world financial infrastructure.
>Q2: Facilitating low cost, universal payments.
>Q3: Transactions are fast, inexpensive, and global.
>Q4: To issue, exchange, and transfer tokens quickly and efficiently.
>Q5: It relies on the cooperation of trusted nodes to confirm transactions.
>----------------------
>EOS Answers
>Q1:A blockchain protocol for fast, scalable applications.
>Q2: Delegated proof of stake.
>Q3: Fast, free transfers.
>Q4: Stake EOS tokens.
>Q5: Upgradeable smart contracts

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Up first on the list:

Easy tier:
-Prostitute yourself for $5-$500/hour depending on looks

Medium Tier:
-Acquire and sell drugs (legal and/or illegal)

Hard Tier:
-Acuire junkies and start pimping them out (must live in ghetto initially) for $50-$1500/hour. Bonus, you get to fuck them for free

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sold 19000 link for $3. bought at 0.60. going to thailand to tan and fuck for a year. goodbye faggots

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>>15525652
tfw i have fucked so many real women that i no longer have any desire to continue down that road and instead would rather fap to 2D grills



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