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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #60 on: January 12, 2021, 02:21:33 PM »
Riddle me this.

There are at the moment 18.6 MILLION bit coins in the world.

I am sure there are some but and hold types out there, maybe the hold about 70%- 80%. Call it 50% being held and the other 50% is being exchanged, traded. The volume of trades of those  9 million shares of BTC in the last 24 hours was 89 BILLION! Each share was exchanges 10,000 times!

So why the volume, volatility, and recent spike?

It’s basically a short squeeze.

The folks who ultimately lose EVERYTHING attempting to “time the market”, day trade this shit, or be involved in anyway at all will outnumber the winners by ratios of 100’s if not 1000’s to 1.

I hear you.  I keep telling you all I have seen this shit before. I was in a restaurant in Harlem Amy Ruth's and they were having a seminar on buying real estate when the sub prime market was on fire talking about get in.  Now right now on hear I hear people being evangelists for bitcoin who have no financial background just like sub prime.  I seen all this shit before.  I use to see these 500 page models that showed all scenarios by the best PHD modelers in the world that said worse case scenario you would be fine.  You saw what happened.  I am just telling you, but whatever I told you how to make 25 million on here and no one got it...    let me tell you something else I studied hours to get great gmat score to be at one of the top business school in the world.  Then I went into investment banking and worked 100 hour weeks for years to understand the market.  Stop thinking as a novice you going to be successful.  That shit is hard work.  When a motherfucker invests in bitcoin and thinks its hot and they do not know why and cannot articulate it to you get the fuck out!! That simple!!! Do not ever say I did not give you advice on here....

I don't know who you're trying to persuade away from bitcoin investing, but your case is lousy.  Try something else. Perhaps you should suggest that people invest 10 percent of their savings in bitcoin and never touch it until they retire. How about that. As a point of clarity, I will start a separate thread for all of us.
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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #61 on: January 12, 2021, 02:25:55 PM »
Agreed.  Here is my thought which should scare the shit of individual investors and traders is that Hedge Funds are pushing Bitcoin up right now from what I see.  These are very sophisticated investors that can ride it up and get out before it collapses and you will never see it coming.  Sound familiar, Goldman Sachs had sold all of its positions in sub prime before the sub prime market collapsed.  The one thing you should always remember is history always repeats itself in a new innovative financial product collapsing.  Do not be a fool...That will be on you...

When hedge funds, and other institutional traders, enter a market, it's essentially over for the day-trading-wannabes.   I don't know if high frequency trading (HFT) bots have are in that market.  If so, it's definitely a wrap.   HFT firms are in and out trades multiple times before some a retail daytrader can click the mouse to open and confirm a trade.

As Adrian said to Rocky, "you can't win!"  In the day trading arena that is.  But retail traders definitely have a chance buying and holding...
« Last Edit: January 12, 2021, 02:27:30 PM by Lurker »

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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #62 on: January 12, 2021, 02:37:07 PM »
Somebody know about getting an AWS certificate or Google certificate? Do you need to know a lot about programming? I have heard that you get good pay in these jobs and you can do them remotely. I am thinking about getting a certificate in that area.

I held the AWS SysOps certificate from 2015 to 2017.   Of all the cloud certificates, the AWS cert is the most acknowledged, with Microsoft coming in second, and Google is third.

You don't need to know programming to get the certificate.  In 2014, I knew nothing about cloud computing.  I studied on Linux Academy (now A Cloud Guru), and read the AWS whitepapers to pass the exam.  If you go on Udemy, you can find A Cloud Guru's (Ryan Kroonenburg) prep courses for any of the AWS certificates.  They are actually pretty good.  And you can catch them on sale for as little as $10.99.

Some AWS practitioners are able to secure remote jobs.  But the vast majority of them are performed on site.

Let me return back to the programming aspect.  You don't need to know programming.  But there are some aspects where a little programming is required.  AWS CloudFormation (the automated deployment of resources) relies on the YAML language (very easy to interpret).  Further, AWS has several SDKs (software development kits) that are used to manage cloud infrastructure.  The SDKs come in Java, Python, and other languages.

For starters, get an entry level AWS certificate and start from there.

OK thanks for the info!

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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #63 on: January 12, 2021, 04:11:59 PM »
I hear you.  I keep telling you all I have seen this shit before. I was in a restaurant in Harlem Amy Ruth's and they were having a seminar on buying real estate when the sub prime market was on fire talking about get in.  Now right now on hear I hear people being evangelists for bitcoin who have no financial background just like sub prime.  I seen all this shit before.  I use to see these 500 page models that showed all scenarios by the best PHD modelers in the world that said worse case scenario you would be fine.  You saw what happened.  I am just telling you, but whatever I told you how to make 25 million on here and no one got it...    let me tell you something else I studied hours to get great gmat score to be at one of the top business school in the world.  Then I went into investment banking and worked 100 hour weeks for years to understand the market.  Stop thinking as a novice you going to be successful.  That shit is hard work.  When a motherfucker invests in bitcoin and thinks its hot and they do not know why and cannot articulate it to you get the fuck out!! That simple!!! Do not ever say I did not give you advice on here....

You are correct, it is the current bubble.  The US economy has to have one every few years it seems.  "Correction" is just an euphemism for the bubble bursting.  People who invest in Bitcoin keep saying it is the future of money(replacing it) but the value of their investment is measured in money.  It's like people who buy up gold because they think the dollar is going collapse.  It has no intrinsic value.  If the dollar collapses then you just have a bunch of gold that is worthless because its value is derived from the amount dollars you can get for it. You buy bitcoin with dollars and you sell bitcoin for dollars.  Thats where its value lies as an investment.  That said, as someone who has made some serious money on some bullshit,  there is money to made on bubbles as long as you know is bullshit and you know when to get out. 

One of the stars of my portfolio is NVIDIA, while currently a very solid company but it took off when its GPUs became popular among Bitcoin miners.  Bought it a 20 and it is now trading at 537.

As Lurker pointed out, in the long term the underlying technology used by the ledger, blockchain, might be Bitcoin's legacy.

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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #64 on: January 12, 2021, 04:48:18 PM »
Riddle me this.

There are at the moment 18.6 MILLION bit coins in the world.

I am sure there are some but and hold types out there, maybe the hold about 70%- 80%. Call it 50% being held and the other 50% is being exchanged, traded. The volume of trades of those  9 million shares of BTC in the last 24 hours was 89 BILLION! Each share was exchanges 10,000 times!

So why the volume, volatility, and recent spike?

It’s basically a short squeeze.

The folks who ultimately lose EVERYTHING attempting to “time the market”, day trade this shit, or be involved in anyway at all will outnumber the winners by ratios of 100’s if not 1000’s to 1.

I hear you.  I keep telling you all I have seen this shit before. I was in a restaurant in Harlem Amy Ruth's and they were having a seminar on buying real estate when the sub prime market was on fire talking about get in.  Now right now on hear I hear people being evangelists for bitcoin who have no financial background just like sub prime.  I seen all this shit before.  I use to see these 500 page models that showed all scenarios by the best PHD modelers in the world that said worse case scenario you would be fine.  You saw what happened.  I am just telling you, but whatever I told you how to make 25 million on here and no one got it...    let me tell you something else I studied hours to get great gmat score to be at one of the top business school in the world.  Then I went into investment banking and worked 100 hour weeks for years to understand the market.  Stop thinking as a novice you going to be successful.  That shit is hard work.  When a motherfucker invests in bitcoin and thinks its hot and they do not know why and cannot articulate it to you get the fuck out!! That simple!!! Do not ever say I did not give you advice on here....

I don't know who you're trying to persuade away from bitcoin investing, but your case is lousy.  Try something else. Perhaps you should suggest that people invest 10 percent of their savings in bitcoin and never touch it until they retire. How about that. As a point of clarity, I will start a separate thread for all of us.

Good plan, I won’t troll.

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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #65 on: January 12, 2021, 05:30:48 PM »
Riddle me this.

There are at the moment 18.6 MILLION bit coins in the world.

I am sure there are some but and hold types out there, maybe the hold about 70%- 80%. Call it 50% being held and the other 50% is being exchanged, traded. The volume of trades of those  9 million shares of BTC in the last 24 hours was 89 BILLION! Each share was exchanges 10,000 times!

So why the volume, volatility, and recent spike?

It’s basically a short squeeze.

The folks who ultimately lose EVERYTHING attempting to “time the market”, day trade this shit, or be involved in anyway at all will outnumber the winners by ratios of 100’s if not 1000’s to 1.

I hear you.  I keep telling you all I have seen this shit before. I was in a restaurant in Harlem Amy Ruth's and they were having a seminar on buying real estate when the sub prime market was on fire talking about get in.  Now right now on hear I hear people being evangelists for bitcoin who have no financial background just like sub prime.  I seen all this shit before.  I use to see these 500 page models that showed all scenarios by the best PHD modelers in the world that said worse case scenario you would be fine.  You saw what happened.  I am just telling you, but whatever I told you how to make 25 million on here and no one got it...    let me tell you something else I studied hours to get great gmat score to be at one of the top business school in the world.  Then I went into investment banking and worked 100 hour weeks for years to understand the market.  Stop thinking as a novice you going to be successful.  That shit is hard work.  When a motherfucker invests in bitcoin and thinks its hot and they do not know why and cannot articulate it to you get the fuck out!! That simple!!! Do not ever say I did not give you advice on here....

I don't know who you're trying to persuade away from bitcoin investing, but your case is lousy.  Try something else. Perhaps you should suggest that people invest 10 percent of their savings in bitcoin and never touch it until they retire. How about that. As a point of clarity, I will start a separate thread for all of us.

Good plan, I won’t troll.

Troll.  I am just telling people better be careful because I have seen this before, but let's go further.  The two times I have ever been wrong on this board is when I misspelled Colombia and I took it and I said in May Democrats would take the senate and I was wrong we tied, but they still get the majority with VP vote breaking the tie.  Then I told people how to make $20 million....Shit I be cracking every motherfucking day.....

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Re: Best Remote Jobs (To live outside the US long Term)
« Reply #66 on: January 13, 2021, 01:50:22 PM »
ECB's Lagarde calls for regulating Bitcoin's "funny business"
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-crypto-currency-ecb/ecbs-lagarde-calls-for-regulating-bitcoins-funny-business-idUSKBN29I1B1

Um, Ms. Lagarde, most of the funny business is happening with Monero, not Bitcoin.  Bitcoin is traceable (e.g. Silkroad).  Monero is not.


 


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