Bitcoin, Ethereum, & Litecoin Showing Signs Of A Breakout In September

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  3. The whales are still in full control of this market. They dump a lot of BTC and then the public buys the price back up again for them because nobody likes to be still bearish after such a long time. The sentiment is so positive that it might be true because of this. Nobody would have thought the BTC price would be around 9k-12k at this point. It all started with a $1.000 increase in just an hour or less. That was the signal that everybody decided that the bear market was over. And if enough people think that, it increases the chances of it happening. 12k for a Bitcoin is expensive for 1 BTC at this point but in the big picture still a good buy. My only advice for investors and newbIes is to take advantage of Mr. James program, a pro trader who’s is helping investors accumulate more bitcoin through his amazing trading strategy, with his program I went from having 2.7btc to 9btc in just 4weeks. Reach him out through his contact (jameslong241 @Gmailcom or WhatsApp + 447480724121).

  4. IMO many are ignorant to what the US actually produces. The US produces very few complete products. Research everything you hold you think is made in America. I guarantee you will find it’s merely assembled here. News that China may be taxing our exports that they buy?? Id like to see a list of what the top items the Chinese buy from us. I’ll bet it’s 99% commodities.

  5. Nick i found something you might think is cool, its a coin called karatcoin its apparently backed by physical gold. its a real small cap coin but backed by real gold.. never seen anything other than contracts. what are your thoughts?

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  7. Bitcoin has followed this pattern for sometime now:It dips and gets everyone scared then after retesting an old resistance several times, we wake up one day to see it has burst through. This may not mean its going to keep doing that but it spells out the fact that we all need to buy now and ride with the profit flow. Dollar cost averaging may not be the best way now to accumulate as its slow and expensive. Having traded previously and lost money i tried again after hearing about James Carlson and his system. He guides traders by providing trade signals which are so accurate i have made 9Btc in profit in just 3 weeks having started trading with just 2.1Btc. I think more crypto experts should do more like him to make an impact in other less seasoned traders. James can be contacted by Mail to find out more about how you can start trading.

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  8. The rulers moved all business to china via congress for cheaper labor. how can Americans compete with the high cost of living here. we need deflation to equalize costs-then true trade on even playing field would work

  9. Be prepared for a deep dip/fall in the stock market in September/October. It's end of fiscal year for government and lots of companies. If there is a slow down, it will show at end of year financials and once announced, will set the tone for the market this fall. Remember, 1929 Black Friday was in October, '87 Black Monday was in October, Lehman Bros fell in August and the market tanked in 2008 in September/October. This is when margins will be called and people selling to cover their asses, too.

  10. Nicholas, you are bullish on bitcoin in the midde to long term (4year cycle). Alessio Rastani, Bob Loukas, Andreas Antonopoulos etc. are also extremely bullish on the long term. Based on this, it would make sense to take a 4% interest loan now and invest it dollar cost average in the coming months. (not saying I will, but based on the overall btc trend, log chart, halving, 4y cycle,.. it might be a smart move). The only big « unknown/risk » is basically if recession will have a significant negative impact on btc. Thanks upfront for your reply

  11. Trump talking about trade talks with china is like a pavlov's dog routine. Every time traders and investors get bored, he rings the bell and the slobbering idiots do the "squirrel!" look and start wagging their tail again. The constant drip of gasoline is eventually going to blow up in trump's face one day, figuratively speaking of course. You can can only fool idiots for so long before even they know its all a staged puppet show.

  12. Thanks dude, another informative video! I was wondering if you could share a little more, without it being financial advice of course, how to structure our Crypto portfolio. I'm about 65% BTC, 30% Alts and 5% Cash right now… These proportions might change with time as markets evolve. What is your take on that and also what is your view of services like Shrimpy that help rebalance your portfolio. Thanks man!

  13. A lot of countries are glad to see the US taking on China on IP theft, but unfortunately it hasn't stopped there. Globally the threat to markets is the constant back and forth and shifting comments about which countries tariffs will be applied against. The US has now threatened or applied tariffs against every single ally! One consequence of that is that global CapEx has virtually come to a halt. How can you know where to move your supply chain when you have no idea who the tariffs will be on next month?

  14. I'm a fan of ETH and LTC but don't expect any real upside till BTC halvening profits flow back into alts… which might not happen till sometime in '20.

    No doubt there might be some weak attempts to break to the upside but not expecting much. ETH 2.0 is a LONG way away (and might not be successful) and LTC already had its halvening. Both are good long term holds(as far as anything can be in crypto) but personally I'm staying far far away from adding to both until I'm sure we are close to a reversal.

    I'm hoping Q4 is awesome but not holding my breath. The pain can continue for a lot longer.

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  16. Using the costumer as a bargaining chip in trade, in my opinion, is the wrong strategy because it brings financial pain at the individual level, but also – it has a double impact both on industry (farming) and deficit (28billion artificial revenue injection to farmers) and its leverage on the individual in the form on % payments to the overall national debt.

    Sure, as a country we hijos protect the interest of the nation, but not at the expense of its people just to protect the market share or stock price of multi national corporations.

    Policy was put in place for companies to make their profit from IP, tax policy was written to protect those earnings at the expense of investing in a robust educated workforce in the states – and now were seeing the effects of such policies.

    The tariffs strategy has backfired – and it will continue to get worse because leverage was use in the wrong way. Talk about getting the consumer and industry rekt.

  17. I heard a compelling argument based in historic records that the US engaged in a similar kind of IP theft which the US levels at China, when it comes to the 19 century, and the victim was Britain and Europe.
    Would be interesting to dive into this history to get some context.

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