I'm gonna get a little Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance on you in this one.
Still working my way up to this paper I am putting together. Just a little thought exercise.
valuable,there have to be value-ers.
Even gold could theoretically become worthless should it lose it's general utility to individual actors in the market.
It is amazing that at one point in history shells were valued far more than gold, basically worldwide. The market creates value, economically speaking.
crypto coinswould, in the
So clearly in Hawaii's cost of living is really very high. EXAMPLE : $300,ooo family home in the mainland is 3-5 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2-4 car parking area and a big nice yard, 2 story home. $300,000 in hawaii will give you a piece of shit one bedroom, one bath, and one parking, townhouse or condo/apartment. RENT average in mainland is $500-$800 for a one bedroom. As for hawaii and damn STUDIO is $1100-1300. I'm currently paying $1400 for a one bedroom (place is GHETTO AS FUCK). YES BELIEVE it or NOT! SEE IT FOR YOURSELF.
My point here is I make $56,000 a/year with a full time job and a part-time job added together. With my income here in HAWAII. I could only afford rent of $1400 a month excluding utilities, bills, food, car, everyday living ETC....pretty much living month to month paychecks. My future GOAL is to be able to buy a nice decent 3 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME IN HAWAII which ranages
by Matt M., SGT Report:
Historically speaking, I’m pretty sure the blockchain will go down in history as one of mankinds greatest inventions. Hundreds of years from now high school students will look at old videos of Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen and have to write an essay on ‘What were these people thinking’. Hopefully they will then watch Sean/SGTreport on a youtube video and go ‘whoa, these guys were on the ball’.
Exam papers in the next century could well be on discussing the merits of the wheel, internal combustion, flight, the microchip and the blockchain and which was better for mankind’s evolution.
As I understand it, it offers a decentralised means of maintaining a ledger that is beyond manipulation. Apply that kind of thinking to a monetary system and bingo!!! No more Rothschild and Bilderberg level control over mankind.
Better yet, what kind of productive person
A major victory against the United States Federal Reserve comes out of Arizona this week as Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2014 into law — officially allowing Arizona residents to use precious metals as currency — instead of fiat federal reserve notes.
The bill went after the federal government's attack on precious metals by eliminating the capital gains taxes on precious metals. Arizona residents no longer have to tell the federal government how much they 'gained' or 'lost'.
To put this in layman's terms, if you buy an ounce of gold today for $1,200 and tomorrow it takes $1,300 to buy that same ounce — you did not make money — because that value is based on federal reserve notes. If you sell that coin for $100 more, it is not a profit but, rather, a loss.
“It’s called inflation,” Representative Mark Finchem, who introduced the bill on January 9, said. “The Internal Revenue
We have a legendary guest with us! Trace Mayer will be giving us his
expert opinions into the current bullish Bitcoin market, with Bitcoin
above $2000 many sceptics are starting to embrace Bitcoin’s innovative
Trace will talk to us about the high transaction fees, Ethereum and the
possibility of the only free market on earth being based around Bitcoin
and Blockchain technology.
With many now turning to Bitcoin for profit and decentralized wealth
Trace also explains why there is no room for emotions and ego in the
Bitcoin eco system!
02:45 There’s no room for ego in Bitcoin
04:00 When will Gold Bugs embrace Bitcoin?
07:00 Don’t mix emotion with Bitcoin!
08:40 Even sceptics now want to own Bitcoin!
10:00 The early days of Bitcoin
14:20 Are we approaching a Bitcoin bubble?
16:30 We are going through a financial technological revoluti
Where's the demand originating from? May be China. Chinese stocks are down around 8% in the previous month. In the interim, worldwide stocks have been bid (German stocks +6%, U.S. stocks +7%). Also, gold is flat. In any case, security yields (as examined above) are down around 15 premise focuses (everywhere throughout the previous month)- - which implies request coming into the reserves of Treasurys (security costs up, yields, down).
With that, it would appear that Chinese cash is going into bitcoin, worldwide stocks and bonds. In any case, not gold. Keep in mind, the account of the last 2016 and mid 2017 period, out of China, has been the Chinese government's endeavors to limit residential capital from leaving China. It doesn't create the impression that they are winning.
In the video below, I demonstrate for you very clearly how gold is sending us multiple clear signals that it is about to make a big move higher. Don't miss this one!
DXY compared to SHCOMP, GSR, SPX/SPY, Gaps in AMZN/GOOG/AAPL charts, SVXY vs. UVXY
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BY CHRIS LOWE, EDITOR AT LARGE, BONNER & PARTNERS
Bitcoin is on fire…
After shooting up 402% over the last 12 months, the world’s most popular “cryptocurrency” is now worth $2,740.
At today’s gold price of $1,255, it now takes more than 2 ounces of gold to buy a single bitcoin – worth less than 10 cents as recently as 2009.
According to the original white paper by the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, bitcoin is a version of “electronic cash” that “allows online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution.”
The comparison with gold is apt.
Nakamoto based his electronic cash on the gold-standard money system.
Like gold, the supply of bitcoin is finite. And the steady addition of new coins into the bitcoin supply by way of energy-intensive computing processing power is comparable to g
I propose to look at the ceiling of the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater.
There we will see the famous chandelier and frescoes.
Why havent I ever seen people using bitcoin DVDs? using the kodak 24k gold dvd r's that last over 10,000 years thatthe Smithsonian Museum uses to store archives!
How come noone uses the 24 k gold DVDs the Simthsonian uses to store bitcoin wallet private keys
from wikipedia, "A gold compact disc is one in which gold is used in place of the super pure aluminium commonly used as the reflective coating on ordinary CDs or silver on ordinary CD-Rs
Gold CDs can be played in any CD player. Blank gold CD-Rs are also available. They can be recorded in any CD recorder and played in any CD player. The advantage of the gold reflection layer is its resistance to corrosion, in contrast to the ordinary aluminum layer found on normal compact discs, which reacts with the glue and plastic material and gradually becomes transparent over time, ultimately resulting in reading errors or total
In this report I look at the technical picture in the dollar, gold, silver, sterling and the euro. I go through the charts and look at the moving averages.
Approximate spot prices
Gold: $1,260 per paper ounce
Silver: $17.10 per paper ounce
Bitcoin: $2,200 per coin
Behold the whirlwind! The dollar has weakened back to the Trump election levels, cryptocurrencies have continued to skyrocket, and the geopolitical intrigue escalated once more. Will Seth Rich be outed as the WikiLeaks source inside the DNC? Would such a revelation put an end to the Trump-Russia narrative? There are many more eyes on this now than ever before, and it appears that the initial speculations about Rich’s murder last summer were on point. Many more questions have been raised that can best be explained by the theory that this was a retributive political hit rather than a botched robbery. Expect this story to reach feverish levels this week.
With President Trump in the Middle East and things heating up on the domestic side, it can be difficult to know what to pay attention to. The same deep state pl
||The value of Bitcoin for today is XAU1.58290000 . It has a current circulating supply of 16.3 Million coins and a total volume exchanged of XAU181,933.8 . Market Cap XAU25,866,564.6|
It seemed like it was just yesterday that I was making a post about bitcoin reaching parity with gold (somewhere's in the $1,150 ~ 1,250 range, IIRC), now it's nearly twice gold's value ($1,258 per ounce * 2 = $2516, compared to $2,455 per bitcoin on Coinbase as I type this)!!
and one more !, for good measure :)
I can't really give you a solid answer on this at the moment, because, as experienced as I am at using technical analysis (TA), most of my experience is with stocks that may double over the course of years, not with assets that double their value in less than 3 months and have people paying over $400 premiums to get their hands on some.
Bitcoin is looking a bit parabolic of late (just look at the zoomed out daily chart of Bitcoin and see for yourself -- chart #1), which is an absolute asinine con
I know we are all watching and also participating in the climbing of CC, and also the rise of Steem, and obviously for those invested in both, hope for the best, for to be able to.create wealth from it.
What I want you to consider is, to.diversify.
Keep at least some money in PHYSICAL assets. No not paper money.
Eirher GOLD ,SILVER OR PROPERTY.
there are ways that you can buy PROPERTY/silver or gold with your CC profits...So keep your assets spread out....
So, let me know what you think where we will be end 2017 with CCs
Save the money you would have spent on protective capsules for more silver by using this little tip to help protect your coins from rubbing against each other. https://youtu.be/f-mhyemqC8g