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Charting the course of XRP


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It's worth capturing this event's action.
Here is the 3m XRP_USD chart of the lead up and post snapshot timing.

Note, the two peak volume bars are: red=22.4 and green=15.8

It appears that in the 30 minutes following ( 00:00 to 00:30 ), 
we saw the trades effectively balanced out.

IMHO it's still feeling bullish on some determined accumulators are still active. And they are smart, too.

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8 hours ago, JJJ2 said:

All politicians want that: you must depend on them so that you must vote them. So now in Europe they want to introduce a sort of minimum wage for everybody, and increase tax for the "rich" ones.

In Italy politicians want to prompt social envy and introduce a 2% withdrawal on heritages above 50mln, with which they will collect 1 bln € which does not solve anything in Italy. If they want to solve something they shall withdraw 10% from all accounts (and thus collect 500bln to reduce debts) and stop imports from low wage countries, so that people will have jobs in the country to produce what now is imported.

But they don't want that: they do not prompt job creations and at the same time they want to give 1000€ to everyone. At the moment when they will introduce such a minimum wage for all, this money will be worth 0. 

You don't understand the devastating effect on human mind if their savings got shaved by gov, good in theory but very harmful in practice

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6 hours ago, Hopium said:

You don't understand the devastating effect on human mind if their savings got shaved by gov, good in theory but very harmful in practice

well I do, and politician too. That's why they prefer the survival line (a bit more vat, a bit more tax on fuels etc.) instead of solving the problem by taking a part of those 3800blns in private accounts in italy (italian GDP is 1800bln  and debt will reach 2800bln at the end of 2020).

 then let's stop this out of thread topic, but what they do is keeping the wound bleeding instead of closing it and therefore the body never recovers. 

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