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37 minutes ago, mrhat75 said:

I care about XRP vs USD, not BTC.

A king amongst losers is no king.

It's clearly representing USD lol It's comparing (XRP v USD) v (BTC v USD)... the % of change are based off USD and of course you need to compare crypto to crypto, not gonna compare it to real estate or bonds or something. Thanks for your input

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ZBVANmOE

At the moment we can see a possible inverse H&S in the making for the USD' pair and the BTC' pair. Both still do not have a right shoulder though, so based on that it is likely that we see a small drop again. My only fear with this is, what will Bitcoin' do if we drop back to the 0.30ish. Because Bitcoin' really needs to stay above the 3380/70. So the only way for that to happen is if alts drop a bit with a sideways Bitcoin'. Because if Bitcoin' drops below that level, the impuls oimpulsecurrent wave up will get invalidated again. So not easy at the moment, since alts make big moves up and down lately with Bitcoin' moving 20/40 points. When ignoring Bitcoin' it will be very likely to see something the blue line happen. Just be aware, it's almost weekend and manipulation is always the most during weekends. All is the ripple chart above. 

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17 hours ago, fatlever said:

 

You're picking arbitrary a timeline to make XRP look awesome.  Lots coins outperformed BTC and the numbers look even better when you start picking arbitary timelines to make your favorite coin look good.  

 

Over 1 year, XRP has lost big against BTC.

February 8, 2018 XRP = $1.00

February  8, 2019 XRP = $0.29

XRP - 71% decrease

February 8, 2018 BTC = $8,500

February  8, 2019 XRP = $3,400

BTC - 60% decrease

Yep anyone can cherry pick numbers but appears you have also.

CMC shows XRP a high of 80c and a low of 72c (not 1.00) on Feb 8.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ripple/historical-data/?start=20180207&end=20180210

Either way, the "lost big vs BTC" argument is a bit OTT. If anything they've performed equally poorly over the last 12 months.

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17 hours ago, Kavabata said:

ZBVANmOE

At the moment we can see a possible inverse H&S in the making for the USD' pair and the BTC' pair. Both still do not have a right shoulder though, so based on that it is likely that we see a small drop again. My only fear with this is, what will Bitcoin' do if we drop back to the 0.30ish. Because Bitcoin' really needs to stay above the 3380/70. So the only way for that to happen is if alts drop a bit with a sideways Bitcoin'. Because if Bitcoin' drops below that level, the impuls oimpulsecurrent wave up will get invalidated again. So not easy at the moment, since alts make big moves up and down lately with Bitcoin' moving 20/40 points. When ignoring Bitcoin' it will be very likely to see something the blue line happen. Just be aware, it's almost weekend and manipulation is always the most during weekends. All is the ripple chart above. 

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On 2/8/2019 at 5:47 PM, Kavabata said:

ZBVANmOE

At the moment we can see a possible inverse H&S in the making for the USD' pair and the BTC' pair. Both still do not have a right shoulder though, so based on that it is likely that we see a small drop again. My only fear with this is, what will Bitcoin' do if we drop back to the 0.30ish. Because Bitcoin' really needs to stay above the 3380/70. So the only way for that to happen is if alts drop a bit with a sideways Bitcoin'. Because if Bitcoin' drops below that level, the impuls oimpulsecurrent wave up will get invalidated again. So not easy at the moment, since alts make big moves up and down lately with Bitcoin' moving 20/40 points. When ignoring Bitcoin' it will be very likely to see something the blue line happen. Just be aware, it's almost weekend and manipulation is always the most during weekends. All is the ripple chart above. 

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9 hours ago, ChuckN said:

Yep anyone can cherry pick numbers but appears you have also.

I completely agree that these types of comparisons are moot at best. In most situations, people pick dates that skew best in their favor and it really doesn't represent any new confidence that should be had. This is why large unbiased datasets are critical to knowing how healthy the market is.

The things I can agree with is that XRP has been making grounds toward BTC in total market cap; and BTC's dominance (according to CMC) has also been slowly going down or staying stable at best. I'm confident that once BTC is no longer the household name to represent what cryptocurrency is to the masses, we'll get better information out from news sources.

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On 2/8/2019 at 7:18 AM, fatlever said:

 

You're picking arbitrary a timeline to make XRP look awesome.  Lots coins outperformed BTC and the numbers look even better when you start picking arbitary timelines to make your favorite coin look good.  

 

Over 1 year, XRP has lost big against BTC.

February 8, 2018 XRP = $1.00

February  8, 2019 XRP = $0.29

XRP - 71% decrease

February 8, 2018 BTC = $8,500

February  8, 2019 XRP = $3,400

BTC - 60% decrease

From September 2013 to July 2014, XRP went from $0.014 to $.003 and fell hard against BTC for almost 1 year.  

Every crypto's valuation  including XRP is based on pure speculation and hype and zero use case so far.  It's too early to draw conclusions about who the winners it might even be that the entire space is just hype and manipulation.  

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On 2/8/2019 at 5:47 PM, Kavabata said:

ZBVANmOE

At the moment we can see a possible inverse H&S in the making for the USD' pair and the BTC' pair. Both still do not have a right shoulder though, so based on that it is likely that we see a small drop again. My only fear with this is, what will Bitcoin' do if we drop back to the 0.30ish. Because Bitcoin' really needs to stay above the 3380/70. So the only way for that to happen is if alts drop a bit with a sideways Bitcoin'. Because if Bitcoin' drops below that level, the impuls oimpulsecurrent wave up will get invalidated again. So not easy at the moment, since alts make big moves up and down lately with Bitcoin' moving 20/40 points. When ignoring Bitcoin' it will be very likely to see something the blue line happen. Just be aware, it's almost weekend and manipulation is always the most during weekends. All is the ripple chart above. 

This is from Botje11 on Tradingview. Please post the source next time and don’t post it as if it was your own. Not cool. 

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