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    DQA reacted to Moonraker in Time is running - newbies invest now in XRP   
    Another Uri Geller wannabee spreading FOMO without any sort of evidence.
    You have more chance if predicting the lottery numbers.
    On yer bike son....
     
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    DQA reacted to 2ndtimearound in Time is running - newbies invest now in XRP   
    It amazes me how so many say "buy now!" in a bull run, yet then say "XRP is useless" in a protracted bear market.  You can use these people as signals regarding when to buy and sell.  I think you know what I mean.
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    DQA reacted to Javim777 in Time is running - newbies invest now in XRP   
    A lot of people who get burned after the bull run, blamed XRP chat posts/posters who were encouraging to buy during ATH. Imo its better to avoid those kinds of posts.
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    DQA reacted to cuber in Time is running - newbies invest now in XRP   
    This topic serves no useful purpose. It's threads like this which caused people to get seriously burnt when XRP was rising to the ATH. Unless you have substantial facts that this is about to happen then please cease from posting these speculative comments which have absolutely no base.
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    DQA got a reaction from giorgionetg in Trader reveals one big thing investors are missing about ripple XRP   
    Part of the marathon. Not sure who does communication at Ripple, but they are clearly working on educating journalists, make a clear distinction between Ripple, XRP, xRapid, xCurrent. Helps a lot in destroying FUD.
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    DQA got a reaction from mathesmith in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Theoretically, yes. On the other hand, who will they be exporting those goods too. I believe Trump tweeted yesterday he only needs Israel and Saudi Arabia as allies and he's very much progressing in alienating the traditional allies of the US. Tusk said at the EU summit in Bulgaria a few weeks ago: "with friends like this (US), you don't need any enemies." Who could have imagined a statement like this a few years ago. The tariffs he's imposing on Chinese and EU goods will do more damage than good. BMW for instance is producing cars in the US for US consumers but being forced to buy US raw materials which are in many instances not as competitively priced will ultimately lead to higher consumer prices and ultimately the loss of jobs.
    Trump is playing with fire at the moment. The EU announced to impose counter tariffs on US goods and China will fire back too. You see where this is going with international trade? Its a vicious circle that benefits nobody in the end. 
    I do like that Europe and China are getting closer. I traditionally had a bit of a skeptical attitude towards China and as a Westerner felt more closely aligned with the US as world supremacy, but I really like the way China is evolving in geopolitics. Calm and responsible while protecting their interests. 
    Last, I hope that Europe will finally break away from being a US puppet - some even say the US had a hand in creating the EU in light of geopolitics aimed against Russia. 
    That much for the political bit. I personally believe in the debt reset theory where a fairer and more efficient alternative will take the place of the dollar as world's reserve asset. The decline of the dollar is free falling at the moment. 
    Interesting times indeed, I am worried however for what is to come to the world.
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    DQA reacted to Ripple-Stiltskin in XRP influence on other coins   
    It’s a troll and a fudster. Ignorelist works best....
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    DQA got a reaction from aavkk in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Imports are actually quite diversified. About a third from Russia but Russia works closely together with OPEC and it would not be in their interest to not deliver oil to Europe as the country vastly dependent on natural gas and oil exports and cannot just replace the European market with another. Even if for some reason that would happen, Europe would probably increase imports from KSA or Iran (they were recently talking about keeping the nuclear deal alive and start trading oil in EUR with them)

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    DQA got a reaction from billsb in Trader reveals one big thing investors are missing about ripple XRP   
    Part of the marathon. Not sure who does communication at Ripple, but they are clearly working on educating journalists, make a clear distinction between Ripple, XRP, xRapid, xCurrent. Helps a lot in destroying FUD.
  10. Haha
    DQA reacted to Elitefoo in Latest Analysis on XRP/USD - Continuous Updating   
    I'm pretty sure that it will overshoot by x8 again
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    DQA got a reaction from Lamberth in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Imports are actually quite diversified. About a third from Russia but Russia works closely together with OPEC and it would not be in their interest to not deliver oil to Europe as the country vastly dependent on natural gas and oil exports and cannot just replace the European market with another. Even if for some reason that would happen, Europe would probably increase imports from KSA or Iran (they were recently talking about keeping the nuclear deal alive and start trading oil in EUR with them)

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    DQA got a reaction from jbjnr in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Theoretically, yes. On the other hand, who will they be exporting those goods too. I believe Trump tweeted yesterday he only needs Israel and Saudi Arabia as allies and he's very much progressing in alienating the traditional allies of the US. Tusk said at the EU summit in Bulgaria a few weeks ago: "with friends like this (US), you don't need any enemies." Who could have imagined a statement like this a few years ago. The tariffs he's imposing on Chinese and EU goods will do more damage than good. BMW for instance is producing cars in the US for US consumers but being forced to buy US raw materials which are in many instances not as competitively priced will ultimately lead to higher consumer prices and ultimately the loss of jobs.
    Trump is playing with fire at the moment. The EU announced to impose counter tariffs on US goods and China will fire back too. You see where this is going with international trade? Its a vicious circle that benefits nobody in the end. 
    I do like that Europe and China are getting closer. I traditionally had a bit of a skeptical attitude towards China and as a Westerner felt more closely aligned with the US as world supremacy, but I really like the way China is evolving in geopolitics. Calm and responsible while protecting their interests. 
    Last, I hope that Europe will finally break away from being a US puppet - some even say the US had a hand in creating the EU in light of geopolitics aimed against Russia. 
    That much for the political bit. I personally believe in the debt reset theory where a fairer and more efficient alternative will take the place of the dollar as world's reserve asset. The decline of the dollar is free falling at the moment. 
    Interesting times indeed, I am worried however for what is to come to the world.
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    DQA got a reaction from WillGetThere in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Theoretically, yes. On the other hand, who will they be exporting those goods too. I believe Trump tweeted yesterday he only needs Israel and Saudi Arabia as allies and he's very much progressing in alienating the traditional allies of the US. Tusk said at the EU summit in Bulgaria a few weeks ago: "with friends like this (US), you don't need any enemies." Who could have imagined a statement like this a few years ago. The tariffs he's imposing on Chinese and EU goods will do more damage than good. BMW for instance is producing cars in the US for US consumers but being forced to buy US raw materials which are in many instances not as competitively priced will ultimately lead to higher consumer prices and ultimately the loss of jobs.
    Trump is playing with fire at the moment. The EU announced to impose counter tariffs on US goods and China will fire back too. You see where this is going with international trade? Its a vicious circle that benefits nobody in the end. 
    I do like that Europe and China are getting closer. I traditionally had a bit of a skeptical attitude towards China and as a Westerner felt more closely aligned with the US as world supremacy, but I really like the way China is evolving in geopolitics. Calm and responsible while protecting their interests. 
    Last, I hope that Europe will finally break away from being a US puppet - some even say the US had a hand in creating the EU in light of geopolitics aimed against Russia. 
    That much for the political bit. I personally believe in the debt reset theory where a fairer and more efficient alternative will take the place of the dollar as world's reserve asset. The decline of the dollar is free falling at the moment. 
    Interesting times indeed, I am worried however for what is to come to the world.
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    DQA got a reaction from VanGogh in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Will enjoy your discussions here, I am refraining from getting further involved. I am fascinated by geopolitics, but I also know it can be quite a sensitive topic and I prefer to stick with direct discussions on XRP on this dedicated forum. In any case, I really enjoy reading your blog posts. Might not agree with everything, but I think you are on the right track as to what will be the future role of XRP.
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    DQA got a reaction from JCCollins in The Final Phase of Desperation   
    Imports are actually quite diversified. About a third from Russia but Russia works closely together with OPEC and it would not be in their interest to not deliver oil to Europe as the country vastly dependent on natural gas and oil exports and cannot just replace the European market with another. Even if for some reason that would happen, Europe would probably increase imports from KSA or Iran (they were recently talking about keeping the nuclear deal alive and start trading oil in EUR with them)

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    DQA got a reaction from EcneitapLatnem in XRP - A Game Changer   
    So did I two days ago. 
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    DQA reacted to EcneitapLatnem in XRP - A Game Changer   
    Understood (about the spreading fomo sucking the same as fud)... and I suppose I see your point about decent price levels.... but if I see that point the way you are exampling it; I am buying now! 
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    DQA got a reaction from EcneitapLatnem in XRP - A Game Changer   
    Not really, I did not state that prices 'aren't going anywhere', they might very well shoot up to $3 and then eventually correct again. We all know it's not a straight rocket up, hence there will be plenty of opportunities to buy at decent price levels - e.g. when we hit $5 and it corrects back to $3, people will say $3 is a good price to buy. It's all relative, but spreading FOMO sucks as much as FUD to me personally. 
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    DQA got a reaction from Ripple-Stiltskin in XRP - A Game Changer   
    Not really, I did not state that prices 'aren't going anywhere', they might very well shoot up to $3 and then eventually correct again. We all know it's not a straight rocket up, hence there will be plenty of opportunities to buy at decent price levels - e.g. when we hit $5 and it corrects back to $3, people will say $3 is a good price to buy. It's all relative, but spreading FOMO sucks as much as FUD to me personally. 
  20. Haha
    DQA got a reaction from bookworm in Exit planning   
    Make sure you mention here when you are selling, cause I do remember your great timing in Jan
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    DQA reacted to bookworm in Exit planning   
    Well, it is anybody’s guess but I reckon that we will see a new ath later this year.
    While $70-100 may appear on the high side, $5-20 is plausible in the short term with higher figures quite likely based on wider adoption.
    IIs are slowly but surely entering the new crypto assets so anything is possible ...
    Great for many to look forward to their exit plans as it is often best to hire a tax advisor, accountant or financial planner once your capital gains are in the tens/hundreds of thousands or even millions ...
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    DQA got a reaction from TheHoff in XRP - A Game Changer   
    Please don't. You cannot predict this. I have seen too many times on here people saying we'd never see sub 1 and 2 again. There will be plenty of opportunities to buy at decent price levels.
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    DQA got a reaction from KarlHungus in XRP - A Game Changer   
    Please don't. You cannot predict this. I have seen too many times on here people saying we'd never see sub 1 and 2 again. There will be plenty of opportunities to buy at decent price levels.
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    DQA reacted to Crypto9Manchu in This is just getting nuts.   
    I hope this under a dollar price goes to December.  Ripple is a no brainer and I just want this low price as long as possible! When adoption goes full force under a dollar will be a dream.
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    DQA got a reaction from Cesar1810 in Bulls are returning   
    And it is easy to forget what a select company we are. Spending time on this forum with so many people who see the golden opportunity here makes you forget that sometimes because these few people are concentrated on these boards. But go out on the street and I bet 99% has never even heard of Ripple and XRP.
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