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I remember there was a time when investing had to do with value, earnings and prognoses. That was a long time ago.

 

Now they could actually move the NYSE to a casino floor in Vegas, as that is where all the gambling happens.

 

Gamestop, which increased again by 100% yesterday, and is already more than 50% up in pre-market trading today.

 

Based on nothing more that tweets and reddit posts, or in other words, pure speculation and gambling

 

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I suspect there will be a new all time high of $60k this week some time    

An entire article that can be summed up in three words: Bitcoin is volatile. Every rise is followed by a fallback but it doesn't matter as long as the floor keeps steadily rising, week after week.

buy high sell low crew reporting for duty sir. 

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19 minutes ago, Susco said:

I remember there was a time when investing had to do with value, earnings and prognoses. That was a long time ago.

 

Now they could actually move the NYSE to a casino floor in Vegas, as that is where all the gambling happens.

 

Gamestop, which increased again by 100% yesterday, and is already more than 50% up in pre-market trading today.

 

Based on nothing more that tweets and reddit posts, or in other words, pure speculation and gambling

 

Yeah, the game has changed a bit. It's still a game though.

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1 hour ago, rimmae2 said:

So have you maintained a significant investment in BP or similar share without adding to it for the last 10 years or so and made a fortune?

nope, never made any significant investments in shares and made less than 10k USD profit on stocks.

However I made an insignificant investment in digital tulips which yilded a significant fortune over 8 years so I'm quite happy with tulips.

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