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  1. Your correct, I don't. But as I said, IF we break and close above .21 - i'm fairly certain we will see a significant burst upwards shortly after. With some basic TA skills you can easily determine where common resistance and support lines for XRP - or any asset - has had in the past. The 200 day MA is one of those.
  2. If we close above .21 on the daily, there is a high likely hood of .27 - .28 near term. If not, we trend lower, consolidate and attempt .21 again assuming the overall market is continuing up.
  3. Fighting the 200 day right now. We'll see if we can get a close above it, if so, I agree we'll surge up to .7 fib (or higher)
  4. Correct, what exactly is the point of this post. You compared a timeline in which one asset has performed poorly (if you accounted for 2016 or 2017, it would be a different picture) to various other assets which haven't, regardless of their nature and/or type. This is false and utter nonsense. There is a wealth of information which has been archived over the last 3 years here in this forum. I always DCA with all of my investments and it typically works out in my favor. My XRP DCA right now is sitting at .255. What gymnastics exactly lol? I occasionally check up on fundamentals and reevaluate my position in XRP, right now, I see now reason to sell. I could care less if my paper loss is ~25-30 percent currently.
  5. You're comparing an extremely speculative asset to a stock market index consisting of the largest, most established companies in the United States. Further, you picked a time frame where said speculative asset class has performed negatively. Sorry to break it to you, don't invest in speculative investments if you want steady, slow growth.
  6. I agree 100%. I love reading opinions from both sides of the spectrum, but more recently it seemed to be just unintelligent bicker and insults being thrown around.
  7. Capitulation.. These forums are dead now days, and seem to be even more quiet then usual recently. Even the trolls are starting to disappear since there is no one left to bicker with. I have a feeling a lot of people sold more recently with the intention of buying back lower, which hasn't happened so far, or just wanted to leave this space in general. I also miss @dr_ed, he contributed a lot. Can't blame anyone though - its been a rough 2.5 years for those of us who started buying a few years back and/or didn't sell at ATH. Thanks for the continued analysis as always Eric.
  8. Still holding since jan 2018. Buying every 2 weeks or so, small amounts worth.
  9. Take care.. perhaps you saved yourself ultimately 25k at least if crypto and/or XRP goes bust. I'm still DCA'ing though and hope this isn't the case. Makes my ~6k loss (at the moment) seem like absolutely nothing lol. I lost ~15k a few years back in some option plays over a few days - and i'm far from wealthy...
  10. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if I hold for that long. I was planning for 20+ years originally, unless things went parabolic earlier. Of course, I realize most are not in their 20's around here.
  11. If you're concerned about someone attempting to track you, use a VPN in combination with VMs.
  12. Everything that he said. There indeed has to be a buyer for every seller. If not, the price is zero, and you couldn't sell. I don't understand why that's hard to fathom. The price 3 years ago was between .03 and .05, and before that it was under a .01. That is most certainly price appreciation. Sure, price action hasn't been what we've hoped for the last several years, but it's what it's. Progress and fundamentals continue to improve, price will find support at some point. If you disagree with that, you should sell your holdings.
  13. What he said was indeed correct. Think about this statement for a second... What would happen if someone sold and there were no orders to buy?
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