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Yeah… maybe for MSFT and AAPL on a longterm timeframe. GME on the other hand… nah. Hard pass. Overinflated meme stock. Speaking of inflation, you realize GameStop is a company directly impacted by it, right? I seriously look forward to their upcoming earnings report. Y’all come up in here preaching GME far too often, it’s the equivalent of preaching about the “greatness” of SHIB and DOGE… we all downvote those ppl, yet the cult of GameStop is always upvoted because, well, the cult is strong with y’all… Shit is tiring.

1. Exchanges provide access to people who wouldn't have it otherwise. 2. Stocks in general are toys unless you hold commanding shares. The environmentalist BS is absurd. 3. Seethe 4. Crypto is nothing, fiat is nothing. It's all believed value based on faith. 5. Lol at qualifying it with a "non-stablecoin". I don't take out mortgages payable in AMZN, AAPL, GM, or GME so I don't understand the point they're trying to make. 6. Ignorant rambling. I don't even understand what they're saying. 7. Because there's absolutely no volatility in world markets whatsoever. Morons. 8. Another inappropriate usage of the term "ponzi", and if it was, there wouldn't be people who have made money from crypto. I guess Vitalik was running a mafia extortion racket at age 19, weighing 110lb soaking wet. 9. It's like fiat cash except without borders. No government to fuck it all up. 10. So then what are you so scared of?!

It is nice to find some good classic math here. Your work is excellent, and yes, your conclusions are correct. There is correlation and at the same time there is no correlation. I think that correlation exists in panic-times, whereas normal times, they are independent. I did a similar job, you can improve this. The NASDAQ index is weighted like this: AAPL 12.628    MSFT 10.371 AMZN 6.087 TSLA 4.081 That's 33.167% there! Supposing that the remaining stocks will move up/down cancelling each other, you can safely assume that based on 4 stocks movement you can improve your entry points, NASDAQ will follow them.. This is a long story. You can find more interesting fact plotting the same BTC/AAPL BTC/MSFT BTC/AMZN BTC/TSLA, and the most interesting data is the plot in the earnings release date of one of those big 4. ​ Hope to hear more of this!

1 unit of dollar is worth less than 1 unit of bitcoin Similar to how BRK-A is worth more but has smaller market cap than say AAPL

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I never really understood what "in it for the tech" really means. I own some AAPL but I don't own any Apple products. It's an investment. I think their tech is good and people have/will buy in long term. I just like Android products personally. I feel the same way about ETH and MATIC, for example. I may not use the tokens myself besides hodling, but I think the tech is good and I see people buying in long term.

All of these people kept on arguing and down voting me said otherwise. Really comical, lol. MSFT goes from near $0 to 350 on a longer time frame, same for AMZN, AAPL, and many other companies, same for BTC. All of them all fall at the same time because none are protection for inflation. Yet, these people are still arguing. I can't stop laughing...

I’m almost 40, a little older than the average Redditor. And I’ve been investing conventionally for 20 years in stocks, real estate and PMs. I’ve lurked in dozens of investment community message boards. This is the only one I’ve seen with so many people in it who are financially illiterate. Nowhere else is advice like this necessary. A lot of you guys are just gambling, some of you guys are just plain desperate and you put all your eggs in this basket. It’s not too late to diversify. Crypto can be part of a modern, smart portfolio. But not most of it. I reserve about 15% allocation for risky investments and I’ll decrease that as I get closer to retirement. A lot of you guys have been misled by people here due to greed and inexperience. Those chickens are coming home to roost now. It’s not a big deal as long as you learn from your mistakes. I day trades AAPL in 2007, I would have done much better if I just held on to my shares. Live, learn, adjust your strategy. And consider the possibility you’re not as smart as you think you are. Most people aren’t good investors. Even rich people who run their own businesses use money managers. If you think you’re smarter than everyone because you have access to Reddit and Google, there’s still a lot you have left to learn.

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Just to add the analogy to the dot com era of the late 90s fails on this point for me. That was a stock market bubble and crash. The money put in and lost, or made, went into publicly traded securities governed by regulations against fraud, and laws about transparency, and even bankruptcy law protections for companies that failed. I was a young investor then. I didn't drink the koolaid too much, took my profits along the way, and made considered investments in two companies who products and services I believed in because I used them myself -- AAPL and AMZN. Still hold both 20 lucrative years later. Sure I made some bad bets too. But I was diversified. I took profits off the table when they were there. I rode out the crash and eventually was made way more than whole. The crypto crash is not analogous to that scenario in many ways. The most important of which is that a dozen years in there is no mass adoption of the tech innovation driving the speculative bubble. There won't be winners, just losers. No one has yet demonstrated why Blockchain tech will change the world to most peoples' satisfaction. By 1999 it was very clear the internet was going to change everything going forward in deep ways. I know crypto evangelists say this about blockchain. But it isn't happening and it isn't obvious why it would. The major use cases for the tech seem to be about end-running the power of nation states to regulate economies. That wasn't at all true of internet tech as such, heck the internet began as a military project (DARPA) sponsored by a nation state. The web came later. TCP/IP network protocol was the very big breakthrough tech. In the 80s. It wasn't new in the 90s. You go up against nation states with a technology that undermines their sovereign control of their economies, borders, and laws, you best not miss on the first shot. And crypto already has.

Just bought 50% stocks 50% crypto stocks going through at 2:30 today (TSLA, AMD, MSFT, SQ, AAPL) Crypto (BTC 80%, ETH 20%) Don’t be an idiot waiting for the bottom you’ll never get it right

AAPL broke it's weekly support, we def in a bear market.

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I do. 100 shares of AAPL, purchased in 1998. Paid my kids college tuition.

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You are mixing up private and public companies. Twitter is currently publicly traded but Elon Musk will take it private and can do anything f he wants with it, although he will have creditors who care. AAPL is publicly traded. Tim Cool can't just shut it it down. Also these companies have real assets like physical infrastructure and intellectual property that would be worth plenty even in bankruptcy. Not so crypto.

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haha AAPL 80 karma troll account made in april? hmm

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Now's actually a terrible time for index funds, as they're full of junk. Now's the time for stock picking. Like, instead of owning the QQQ (which has large positions in NFLX, PayPal, Tesla, etc), buy GOOG, MSFT & AAPL. Or maybe pickup some U or RBLX, great companies at firesale prices.

Ah that explains why my holdings in AAPL got rug pulled.

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Is it just me or does this post make zero sense? Why the hell are you comparing dollar values between crypto and tech? Surely percentages are much, much more relevant? AAPL is down just 3% in the last 5 days, lol. Bitcoin alone took a 6% hit on Monday. The tech industry is the benchmark of the global economy, crypto is a speck of dust. 1 trillion for tech is easily recoverable in a few good months. There's lots of ways to make your point but you chose the dumbest one, lol.

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I absolutely am putting my money where my mouth is. ~30% of my portfolio is in MSTR and MARA/RIOT short positions through a combination of pure shorts and put options. I think the crypto environment we are in is a direct consequence of easy money FED policy after the financial crisis. BTC has produced outsized gains (beating companies like AAPL and TSLA) over the past ten years, and those outsized gains have not reflected real productivity in literally anyway. Happy to be wrong. It’s not personal. We position ourselves the best way we see fit. This is how I see things playing out. Crypto may have future bull runs, but I don’t think we will ever see ATHs again. Similar to the dot com bubble.

>TSLA down 25% last 6 months The 52-wk low is 546.98 and the 52-wk high is 1243.49. Tesla has been 57% down from its ATH sometime this year. Right now, Tesla is down 30% from its January 2022 high. Roughly similar to what we are seeing right now with BTC. >BRKA up 10% last 6 months > >MSFT down 18% last 6 months > >AAPL up 4% last 6 months These aren't your pandemic stocks. They were on a steady growth path before the lockdown and Fed turned on QE. Pandemic stocks are the best comparison against BTC. They faced a similar catalyst to their rapid ascent in the last two years.

You're extremely angry. I'll cherrypick some data too MSFT down 18% last 6 months TSLA down 25% last 6 months AAPL up 4% last 6 months BRKA up 10% last 6 months These are some of the largest companies by market cap. A better comparison to BTC

The easiest way to see this is crop futures. Traders buy the dip on oversold corn. That means farmers hedging don't lose even more of their shirts if they decide to hedge against future price declines today. Here's another great example but for shorting. Investor X loves AAPL and wants to buy more for a long-term investment 5+ years. Trader Y only cares about next 3 months and thinks next earnings are going to be terrible, ignores stock movement beyond that. Trader Y shorts AAPL and makes it cheaper for investor X. It helps "price in" short-term declines so investor X gets a much better entry for the long haul.

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Yeah, and people spread child porn on computers, and hack other peoples accounts, and do illegal business on computers all the time. And everyone knows it. And the chip makers seem to be selling these chips knowing what they're being used for. I've never seen any reporting from MSFT, INTL, AAPL or any other tech co regarding reporting of this fact. And yes, criminals buy directly from the manufacturer (which you're hung up on, but is meaningless) So, we already know that knives are being sold to criminals. And we've known this for century's. I've never heard of any call for any such reporting over the last 150 years. Bottom line, if you live long enough you'll come to understand what the SEC is, and what they're all about. Any and every SEC action should be met with extreme suspicion. They are shakedown artists that have done WAY more harm to US investors than any good. Like all other corrupt Govt entities, they're there for themselves under the auspices of "protecting" you. Don't be stupid enough to believe you're protected from anything!

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Hard to look at discounted blue chip stocks and crypto and not pick stocks right now. Especially stuff like AAPL and MSFT that beat earnings but the price is dragged down by the negative market as a whole rather than their own numbers.

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You're vastly underestimating how complicated markets are. BRK is 40% AAPL. If AAPL goes down 2.5%, BRK goes down 1%. AAPL is just one example, take any other company they are invested in, if there is a shift in the allocation of capital from stock markets to cryptocurrency markets then it depletes the price of the stock. Nothing in markets a "threat" in any serious way to Warren Buffett or Charlie Munger, they're billionaires, even if the price of BRK declines 95%, they would still be richer than almost everybody. Cryptocurrency generally is a threat to equity markets because it's a reallocation of capital not only by retail but also by institutions, you seem to have a kind of misplaced confidence in your argument.

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They're both old ignorants who don't understand computers, consider the fact they didn't start accumulating AAPL until 2016 and called technology a "risky game", they'll never be able to understand Bitcoin.

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He's profited tons off of AAPL though. Many people here love to shit on the guy but part of investing isn't being the most successful person in the room or even most successful based on charts you can look back at. It's simply having a strategy that has worked and makes you consistent and solid money. For all the "iamverysmart" posters here I'm genuinely curious--have you actually invested money over a long period of time? How has it turned out for you? Way too many people here want to simply get rich quick by Crypto, and without a doubt if you made the right moves, it was totally possible. But the same holds true for $GME, $TSLA, $AAPL, $MSFT, and any stock going years back. Not everyone can be that lucky. There's a reason Buffett won the challenge against hedge funds and it goes to show that long term investments in ETFs are super successful. It's not 2839442% growth, but hey, it works for everyone. I'm not saying don't invest in crypto, but if you aren't at least growing your 401ks and basic fiat investments and think crypto is your only hope then chances are you won't ever be rich.

Same reason he didn't buy AAPL in early 2000's

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They're also overpriced, true. But (especially MSFT and AAPL) nowhere near what TSLA is. Here are the P/E of each of the companies and Alphabet plus GM and Ford as examples for car manufacturers at end of 2021 (source macrotrends.net): TSLA 215.67 MSFT 35.74 AAPL 29.36 AMZN 51.47 GOOG 25.78 GM 8.74 F 4.63 Even if you unjustifyably count TSLA among tech companies (it's not, it's a car manufacturer), their P/E is an order of magnitude too high. If you count it as what it is, a car manufacturer, it's almost two orders of magnitude... No, MSFT, AAPL, and AMZN are not nearly as hyped as TSLA...

Lol AAPL is almost 3% red what are you talking about. Naz is gonna get slaughtered today

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Outside of bitcoin all cryptos are scams, this is universally true. People here shilling their alt coins are delusional and ignorant on the world. If you want to yolo for a high gamma return there are plenty of stocks that can give insane returns (AMD has given better returns than bitcoin since 2016) and if you want 100x shit you might as well throw your money away into stock options for 5000% gains and losses. Im a stock day trader who trades (on leverage) with 100k at times and the people here thinking their shitcoin is important to the financial world are hilarious to me. literally AAPL has a larger market cap than the entire shit coin universe combined (eth ada sol included)

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Selling ALL my TWTR and buying AAPL

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Hypothetically if btc hit 1 mill or whatever valuation you want to use then all asset classes will go up too. It’s not like btc hits 1 mill and spy is still at 400. I think if btc actually becomes the world reserve currency then being 80x AAPL if not a lot at all, but if it doesn’t become the world reserve currency then it’s kinda worthless long term

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The guy who realized AAPL was a buy the year the iPhone 7 came out?

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It's just a regular token with a max supply of 1, so it's unique. Tokens, be it unique or non-unique ones can represent anything. It's a proof of ownership, if it's in your wallet you own it and you can transfer ownership if you wish, this is in contrast to many centralized systems where you cannot. Having a global decentralized database with a layout that everybody agrees to is what the internet is lacking to make really interconnected applications. Someone in Singapore can buy my NFT for USDC, use it to buy some AAPL from a guy in Nepal, Nepal dude can trade it for a real Camel and camel seller likes games and buys COD854 with it from.... and so on.

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> WHO IS HOLDING CASH FOR 10-30 F'n YEARS?! [Corporations.](https://www.macrotrends.net/stocks/charts/AAPL/apple/cash-on-hand) His whole thing is that his company moved its cash to bitcoin.

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At 26, he can consider an 80/20 stock/crypto portfolio. Might as well take some high risk while he’s young and will have relatively little living expenses. Stocks: things like MSFT, SCHD, AAPL, VZ Crypto: BTC, ETH, MATIC, ALGO, XTZ, LINK, and throw a $200 bet on a low cap coin of your choice

You can go back in time and point this out not only for BTC/ETH but for major stocks too. Looking back, anyone could pinpoint the right picks and the right timeframes to buy/sell and be massively rich. But I really don't think this being right on a few lucky picks here or there means anything. For every good pick someone has, I could challenge you and ask why didn't you find something earlier. I think that's why Buffet's strategy of sticking to indexes is really the strongest. Yes you could get lucky, but the number of people who beat the market each year aren't that many, and then when you consider beating the market for decades by picking individual stocks or funds? Extremely rare. Too many people get excited here because there are people who struck it rich with BTC/ETH. But it's no different than the millionaires who got there through $GME or $TSLA or $AAPL. There's some who make big bets and get lucky, but for every one of those how many people come out losing money? How many make money but made less money than had they just stuck with a simple index fund?

The best thing to do in that case is to constantly remind them every step of the way that the volatility in this space is comparable to going all-in on a single stock like AMD or AAPL: High-risk high reward. If you can, try to send an email that reminds them of the risks, as a CYA measure.

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A coin isn’t a company - to say Eth or BTC isn’t legit because there’s no P/E is obviously bogus. The coins that are actually representative of companies - IE, BNB, seem to deliver revenue more consistently and at a greater rate of return than traditional stocks. You can’t compare ElonDickButt to AAPL and MSFT - there’s *plenty* of stocks your broker literally won’t allow you to buy unless you have special account privileges - in the same way that a CEX like Coinbase won’t let you buy random trash. To go and find scam coins you have to enter defi which is like pink sheets on steroids… most penny stocks don’t make it either, and plenty have extremely deceptive practices that are never publicized - the difference - is regulatory bodies like the SEC give the allusion of security which placates investors and discourages the personal research and fact finding mission that will actually lead you to making a good decision.

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I’m sorry I laughed so hard at this guy on the news. Anytime a woman or anyone asks me for money etc. I say, “NO.” My cynicism has saved me much, and cost me opportunities. He says, “I missed out on AAPL and GOOG.” Proceeds to lose $1.8M and HE THOUGHT HE WASN’T DOING WELL. Most Americans don’t have $1.8M to lose.

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He got the subs to keep trading. That's entertainment. Of course, nothing tops the trader that shorted AAPL wearing wolf mask.

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tldr; Robinhood's Chief Product Officer Aparna Chennapragada has revealed that Bitcoin is the most popular recurring purchase asset on the investment platform so far this year, ahead of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Tesla (NASCAR: TSLA). Bitcoin recorded more recurring purchases so far in 2022, than Apple, while Ether, the native token of the Ethereum network, was the third most popular. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

When crypto beats AAPL market cap, the inflation rates will be astoundigly high.

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I've got my precious metals;silver coins and gold bars, I've got my stocks; AAPL and GME. and for the past 2 years I've picked up crypto. It's the tri-fecta of reitrement.

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“Too Expensive”? AAPL has a 2.9 TRILLION market cap. They could buy the bottom 50 S&P 500 companies in cash if they wanted to.

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Apple didn’t really lose, but they weren’t happy with the result: > Rogers found in favor of Apple on nine of ten counts brought up against them in the case, including Epic's charges related to Apple's 30% revenue cut and Apple's prohibition against third-party marketplaces on the iOS environment.[64] Rogers did rule against Apple on the final charge related to anti-steering provisions, and issued a permanent injunction that, in 90 days from the ruling, blocked Apple from preventing developers from linking app users to other storefronts from within apps to complete purchases or from collecting information within an app, such as an email, to notify users of these storefronts AAPL also asked the judge if they could wait to implement these new terms and conditions regarding payments until the appeals are done. Judge denied it. Considering the following as well: > 70 percent of App Store revenue from games comes from just 10 percent of all App Store users; over 80 percent of customer accounts generate “virtually no revenue” at all for either Apple or developers. > 19b comes from the App Store Losing out on potential revenue doesn’t seem like a smart choice for AAPL. That’s why I was thinking this could potentially make sense. Cook is pro crypto, but said previously it wasn’t ready for AAPL. Also, these companies do work closely with government officials. I wonder if they got wind or included of the future potential regulations down the line and they decided to jump in. Seems really odd Tim would do this now, if crypto was in a negative spot or had a bad sentiment. Sorry this was longer than it needed to be

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The whole concept that I'm going to get rich off of some asset is also a dream many have, but most people end up unlucky rather than lucky. If you think Crypto can change your world so could $GME, $TSLA, $AAPL, $MSFT/$CSCO in the 90s, etc and the history keeps going back. Some people absolutely get lucky, but most do not. Focus on fundamentals. If you're just trying to get rich, you likely won't and will stay poor. Even if you get lucky today, it's likely the shortsightedness of most people here will result in them going broke again soon.

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well, nowadays some exchanges are trying to offer the equivalent to ETFs for crypto, I don't see how different from buying stock it is, we all are betting on our favorite horses (TSLA, AAPL, AMC, etc)

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The bizarre part of tax are the calculations. Gov. We won't know how much you'll need to pay in taxes until we give you some of it back... One of the more important economic signals that market messages transmit won't be delivered. As a result, the participants and actors will have a biased answer for the "is there value here?" assessment of a good service or asset. Is it under priced or over priced relative to what's received in exchange. Abstract monetary units help facilitate the exchange (measurement of value?) but without a well greased (positive liquidity flow) economy, zero good or service will be put into motion or production. We are currently discovering the aroma and value of monetary fumes from the empty drums of confidence inside an old debt based fiat monetary system. Grab your helmets and harnesses as this is also happening during the age of asset possession and ownership via. bearable digital assets like BTC and AAPL.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GME didn’t announce anything. GME is a stock not a company. AAPL doesn’t sell phones. AMZN doesn’t sell books.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are a hundred better charts out there for TSLA AAPL NVIDIA, etc. It's all a gamble in some sense. BTC has proven to be a pretty good one over the years, but others have been far more lucrative, and practically speaking less risky.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What exactly is really stupid? Maybe fx markets have such a thing, but stock markets don't. You can't trade your AAPL shares for AMD directly, you have to sell into USD always. My point was as long as every new crypto technology becomes paired to usd and then btc immediately, it's going to struggle being valued outside of it's btc pair, due to market makers.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Go ahead and buy AAPL and BRKB and let me know when you double haha.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

She buys LEAPs on little-known companies like NVDA, MU, GOOG, AAPL, and RBLX. How can any normal person expect to have that level of insight??

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

₹ Disney $DIS has stopped all film distribution in Russia. ₹ WarnerBros $T stopped one movie - The Batman. ₹ Netflix $NFLX & Spotify $SPOT have stopped accepting subscription payments. ₹ Apple Pay $AAPL & Google Pay $GOOG have also stopped functioning in Russia.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

These are great questions, man. Really. Of course I'm seeking for wealth's growth. Who isn't? For some projects I'm both an user and investor. Some examples: CAKE and KALM (I hodl the token and also do leverage yield farming), UNQ and QTZ (I hodl both and I've also used uniqueminter to create an NFT collection of my racing car's photos. This collection stil private for now btw), BNB (I have the token and also an account), ETH (who isn't an user/investor at the same time for this one?). You are right when you said "I use them for different reasons". This can be tricky. For example: I hodl AAPL, but I don't have an iPhone. I can just sell my stocks tomorrow if the price does not reflect the cash flow's potential anymore. I also have Intel stocks, but my CPU is AMD. I'll be an user if this is the best product for me (price/benefit), not necessarily I'll be an investor.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was comfortable investing 100% of my money into AAPL for over a decade. It doesn’t mean it’s any safer. It worked out but oftentimes that’s not the case.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Jurrien Timmer, the Director of Global Macro at investment giant Fidelity, has said Bitcoin has a similar growth path to Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). Timmer stressed that the focus should be on Bitcoin’s network and not the price, while stressing that the recent criticism was ‘mostly noise.’ *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I mean good for him but every Tom, Dick, and Harry had AAPL stock by then. It was up 20,000%+ from the 80s until he invested. And BTC is up 10,000% since then as well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I guess it depends what you should do given what you own...say T or AAPL.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He still has about 0.5% of Berkshire in V and MA which looks to be about an average weighting. Side note: almost 60% of Berkshire is AAPL 44.8% and BAC 14.1%

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Don't even ask the question. The answer is yes, it's priced in. Think Amazon will beat the next earnings? That's already been priced in. You work at the drive thru for Mickey D's and found out that the burgers are made of human meat? Priced in. You think insiders don't already know that? The market is an all powerful, all encompassing being that knows the very inner workings of your subconscious before you were even born. Your very existence was priced in decades ago when the market was valuing Standard Oil's expected future earnings based on population growth that would lead to your birth, what age you would get a car, how many times you would drive your car every week, how many times you take the bus/train, etc. Anything you can think of has already been priced in, even the things you aren't thinking of. You have no original thoughts. Your consciousness is just an illusion, a product of the omniscent market. Free will is a myth. The market sees all, knows all and will be there from the beginning of time until the end of the universe (the market has already priced in the heat death of the universe). So please, before you make a post on wsb asking whether AAPL has priced in earpods 11 sales or whatever, know that it has already been priced in and don't ask such a dumb fucking question again.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hard to beat those returns. There has been explosive growth in numerous assets over that same time period though, most notably tech. AAPL was under $14, AMZN was in the low 200s, NVDA was around $6, and GOOG was just under $300. BTC crushes all of those, but was also obviously far more dangerous an investment a decade ago. I'm curious as to how much BTC was held for a decade before being cashed out, and I would bet there is a larger percentage of massive unrealized gains in the aforementioned stocks than BTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True. But if you dollar cost averaged after 2000 you would made your money back well before the market broke even. The market needs to pop at some point and send stinkers like DOGE and Shiba back down to reality. But one thing about the tech boom and bust was that a lot of solid companies - IBM, MSFT AAPL, various hardware and router companies all got pummeled because once all those companies that had no ability to turn a profit stopped buying hardware, software, and other tech services that obviously erroded earnings because of the interconnected there markets were. Plus there were so many people employed in tech that it caused a significant recession which then further hammered the consumer tech market. But I don't know a lot of Blockchain systems that derive their value from the spending other blockchain projects do. What I'm saying is, when the hot air gets let out I don't see how the stinkers are going to drag down the other systems that actually have real value and are useful. Plus we don't have lots of people employed in blockchain or anything like that. So you won't have a recession that aggravates things.

Mentions:#DOGE#AAPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My great gramma bought me them bottle caps when I was born and it paid for half of each semester for 2 years of college lol if only she bought AAPL!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You should comment more so we can see how juvenile you are. You don’t value $AAPL by comparing it to the price of granite in Ireland. There needs to be some focus to the analysis. I think for a quick explanation of why I believe crypto is wildly overvalued, comparing it to the world’s reserve currency and the world’s strongest economy’s total stock market value suffices.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I “missed the boat” on lots of stuff but you don’t see me posting about how $AAPL or $AMZN or $GOOG or $NVDA are worth a fraction of their values. Not everyone is petty and salty, like you guys apparently are for attacking my post. Crypto can go down 90% from here easily, on the next market downturn.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bullish to AAPL

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Stocks are productive. For example, if no one buys AAPL, they will continue to produce EPS, so people not buying AAPL would literally be leaving money on the table. It’s a stake in a productive company. Of course *some* stocks are Ponzi’s (like no EPS generating speculative plays), but a lot are not. Crypto is not productive so it is entirely dependent on people wanting to bid it up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They are not new stock. But I don't think that was the issue to begin with. Staking for POS tokens, yes, because that generates new tokens, but traditional interest payments from CEXs are not from new tokens. My point is the precedence of being paid in a non fiat currency exists. It's the same if you barter and trade property. You have to assign fiat value to that. Before GWB raised the estate tax exemption, under Bill Clinton in the late 90s and 2000, it was relatively low. In the SF Bay Area, homes had risen above $1mm already. A neighbor's parents passed away and they had 2 properties. They had to sell one immediately to cover the 40% estate tax. Again, not trying to justify what the IRS is doing here, but just saying being paid in crypto is not enough of a justification to ask for no taxes. As for your reference to stock splits, stock splits are non-taxable. Your # of shares changes and your basis changes the day it happens, so it ends up being a no-change. Source: AAPL shareholder in 2020 when the stock did the 4:1 split. Same with TSLA's 5:1 and NVDA's 4:1.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I do. I am free now from work and ordinary responsibilities. I have enough money for two lifetimes and no debts. I worked hard for 40 years, scrimped and saved, gping bust a few times, but then got back on my feet, worked more and ploughed it all into AAPL stock and just waited 15-20 years, plus some real estate too. Plus I never had kids, which helped. My brother sent all his savings sending his kids to expensive colleges, and now they all have menial jobs they didn't even need college to get. I don't know what the next Apple is, but if you believe in a smart investment in the real world, which makes tons of real cash from real products everyone needs and uses, then start investing. Then maybe in 20+ years you will be like me. But you don't even need to be like me, even you had 25% of what I have, you would be fine and could retire early. Then you just have to worry about your health, love life and sanity. Those concerns never go away.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Look at oil prices. And the remaining profitable winning growth stocks. Inflation hot and staying hot. Look at narratives around a larger than initially projected rate hike. Fed could be setting up for a ‘positive’ ‘’surprise’’ and ‘’’only’’’ raise .25. Keep the market propped up and have a claim they are fighting inflation. Max pain for the 1% would be cutting this cancer off and bringing economy/asset prices back to earth. Not gonna happen. Bitcoin (rightfully) a winning ‘risk’ asset. Still an early phase in our march to monetary alternative endgame. Oil, AAPL, AMZN, GOOG, treasury yields, and bitcoin, to the moon

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here are two main takeaways: DCA is a gamble for anything that's not BTC and ETH. 8/10 coins are crushed by a mere AAPL stock returns.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#AAPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The market os showing signs of a trend reversal right now. FB blowing up is not the end of the world, they didn't implode because of macroeconomic factors...they exploded because of the impact of another company (AAPL) cutting off one of their largest revenue streams (selling people's personal information).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Did you miss AAPL, MSFT, GOOG/GOOGL, AMD, or AMZN earnings? They all jumped since they hit or beat estimates.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nothing makes a crypto currency a security. Even the IRS is treating crypto as property, not securities or currency. Think beanie baby or baseball card, not AAPL or TSLA.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Excellent premise. I will counter that combined the Big Bosses of Tech (for this post: $MSFT, $GOOG, $FB, $AAPL) have a combined value nearing $9 Trillion, have endless access to cash and can cull a talent pool like no other. Myspace not so much. However...given the bureaucracy that occurs in huge companies, yes, they will fuck up all things meta.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Then learn how to make a living from your computer doing something non crypto related. I made 3 million selling on amazon from my home, put it all into AAPL stock 5-15 aago and now have over 10 million after taxes, two homes and a hot young girlfiend. I had to work my tail off for 12 years to do it b I did it. Otherwise nothing wrong with a regular job. We all have to serve someone, even if it the grim reaper or a hot young girlfiend, jj

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Then take my advice. Get 100% out of cryptos right now and syay out, then put it into high quality undervalued stocks that pay dividends and are likely to go up. AAPL, VIAC, T and VZ are great choices right, though U pick em. If you pick right, over time you can accumulate shares and gradually build a nest egg, then at some point you can use that to buy a house. Plus in the meantime you can sleep nights and can concentrate on your job and career instead of gambling with high-volatility digital assets which is nothing but a gambling addiction.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Because we are trending to follow the “highly risky assets”. Look at beta of BTC as comped to Tsla, AAPL, etc. last 6 months we changed courses and are following that

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In 1987 in Cupertino, after your interview with Apple, commit 10% of EVERY paycheck to buying and hodling AAPL for the rest of your life.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

now do AAPL stock since 2000

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

+1 And history has proven that for things that are complicated (not simple) almost never get adopted into mainstream. Not an AAPL fanboy, but the way they revolutionized simplicity and consistency in a whole ecosystem of products and Services is true genius. Why was Microsoft so successful? Added graphical elments that replaced code. Its too easy of an Argument to love the tech so dearly that you would require people to accept the absence of simplicity and adopt it nonetheless.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

30 billion in daily volume doesn't prove liquidity. all of the CEX's and DEX's that exist would not be able to handle someone market selling even 1/10th of that. if you went on to coinbase pro and market dumped 3 billion $ worth of bitcoin, it would tank the price to $0. I just checked. BTC on coinbase has limit buy orders going down to $10,000 of about $240 million or so. Thats not very good liquidity for a multiple hundred billion dollar asset. I'm not at home so I cant quite check the liquidity of a high market cap asset like MSFT, AMZN or AAPL but I'd imagine market selling 500 million $ wouldn't tank the price by 75% like it does for BTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

bad idea and even worse timing. the last thing poor blacks should be doing is messing around with cryptos. that is like promoting casino gambling or the lottery. Many will fall for it too. cryptos are about to take another big leg down when the global regulations are announced in coming weeks. 95% of cryptos might not even exist in a few months and the others could be down another 50% or more. Get into cash or buy a real solid investment like AAPL. Stay away from cryptos at least until a hard bottom is put in post-regulatory actions.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Everything is political but not necessary right or left. Cryptos are political because massive new regulation and taxation is necessary for all governments to get control of the crypto markets and stop fraud, tax evasion, capital flight, money laundering, criminal activities and targeting of kids by dishonest promoters. As such, all government from Putin to the the most liberal are diligently planning some kind of coordinated global response to cryptos. If you read between the lines of statements by the IMG, central bankers, money center bankers, Wall St leaders, congress, the White House and even Putin and the Chinese, you clearly see what is coming. Various countries may differ in their regulatory approaches, but since there are over 15,000 cryptos, the vast majority pure flim flam junk, and all of them highly speculative an cloaked in secrecy about who owns what and how much, expect massive regulation within the next 1-3 weeks. The IMF warning to El Salvador was a friendly way of putting a gun to the poor nation's head. They are warning ES to be aware that Bitcoin prices may continue down, and to choose between Bitcoin and a credit line because too much Bitcoin might ruin whatever paltry credit rating they have. Also, Apple just took down Jack Dorsey and Block with a new iPhone feature which makes Block useless. The Cathi Woods Ark and Robinhood trader world has been devastated and they might all have to go out of business. Many crypto firms, especially those paying interest, may be finished and all those schemes and giving up your citizenship and moving to a tax haven with your cryptos are defunct. Simply put, the long winter of cryptos and all bubble stocks from 2021 is only halfway finished. So I would sell everything in these spaces and just wait for the new bottoms to be put in, including TSLA which should be valued about the same as Toyota which would mean another 60% fall. And do not be tempted to buy the dips in 2022. Wait for the rock bottom if you want to be in these spaces, or just liquidate and put it all in AAPL and sleep well at night.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

First off, the correlation to the us stock market does suck. That being said, MSFT, TSLA and AAPL crushed earnings. Also the recent news that the us economy grew at the fastest rate since 1984, the first time in 20 years we’ve grown faster than China. Yet, the markets are still down? Stupid. I get it, inflation and rate hikes but you’d be dumb to ignore all the good news (many people are dumb). This all relates to BTC because (surprise surprise) AAPL earnings crushed it today and BTC goes up. I think people are being dumb about risk assets right now.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The house of cards is falling. The first to go bankrupt will be the ones which have been promising to pay interest. They have no more money. They were all ponzi schemes. it will be every man for himself now, lose 50% or lose 70-100%, take your pick. I told everyone on this thread to liquidate cryptos nd buy AAPL four hours ago. Hope a few took my advice. AAPL is back on its way to all-time highs. Cryptos have no bottom.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hmm a Russian troll type smear of Joe Biden too. So you are an anti democracy pro covid rightwing extremist, a fascist. You hate a decent, honest common sense moderate like Biden and want Putin to take over the USA and Europe? well then my neo Nazi fool friend, all your freedoms will be taken away from you if your dream comes true and Putin want to ban cryptos too, so dont expect the Russian mafia to bail you out. Hmm, and Robinhood just plunged 15% and they are into cryptos too. The analyst who studies them said that last year was the alltime peak for both cryptos and meme stocks so that no one should expect a repeat. He is hoping the stock levels off about 70% down from its 2021 high, and the same for cryptos. That is his hope, but not his prediction. AAPL up 7 now after hours, maybe more tomorrow. And they have supplanted Block-Square with a new product so poor Dorsey went all in on cryptos and may lose it all now. Have a nice day and remember that fascist fools who believe in Putin fairy tales lose in the end, and everything Trump touches dies.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A few hours ago I suggested everyone clear out of cryptos and invest in real life companies that are currently undervalued like AAPL. Common sense dictates that a worthy investment is only in a company or product that people actually spend money on because it is of such critical in their lives. Food, shelter and then Apple Products is pretty much the order these days though some even forsake shelter and a lot of food in order to hang onto to their iPhones which is where they "live". As for cryptos, I see no crucial role for them at ALL in anyone's lives, unless you are a criminal trying to hide your money and even that use will disappear soon with the upcoming massive global regulation. AAPl now up 6% from when I recommended it and was locked by crypto nuts. Cryptos down another 3-4% today and so the bounce off the lows last weekend didn't hold. As I have said many times, when the crash comes for cryptos, and we may be close to it now, there is no bottom, no support, no circuit breakers, no weekend off to think about it, no book value, no hard assets, nothing. So once tghe Vinklevoss twins and others like them stop propping cryptos up, what is to stop them from going to zero? Also, the dollar is strong so why not just hold dollars?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AAPL makes up 3.3% of the value of all global stock markets. Everything is tied to apple.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Get out of all cryptos. There will soon be huge regulations and aggressive investigation and taxation of all major crypto holders, especially those who didn't declare their winnings to the tax authorities in previous years. PLus, if you want highly speculative high-tech investment there are plenty of great ones on sale. Real top-of-the-class companies that make billions of dollars profit and are now selling at 50% off. I just bought more SWKS at a ridiculously low price. They are the #1 maker of wifi circuitry. Even the best stocks like AAPL are 15% off. Plus many of them pay dividends and are in no danger from regulatory actions. So why risk anything in cryptos when they have no intrinsic value at all, make no earnings, make no products, and now you can send real money efforrlessly and instantly on your devices. So basically there is no reason or advantage to own cryptos at all, plus Bitcoin is very bad for the environment.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe in the US as well, say you trade some ETH for some MKR. The US treats that as selling ETH for USD, then buying MKR with USD. It is a bit annoying, but the same thing happens with stocks. If you sell some AAPL and buy TSLA with the proceeds, it's the same thing.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Extremely misleading hyped stats. yes there was a crypto craaze during the covid shutdowns and suckers from around the world piled in. It was a phenomenon. SO if you got in early before that happened and you cashed out, you made a lot of money. However those that are still in cryptos have lost 50% at least from the top, and those that got in late ae likely well under water. Those that get in now are trying to catch a falling knife. All upturns for cryptos should be used to get out. It is not a sign of hope when Bitcoin rebounds from 33,000 to 36,000, it is a pause in the selling. Here are some facts. There are 15,000+ cryptos and 99% of them are scams and will go to zero. The survivors have already been cut in half nd may get cut in half again when world central banks regulate, and they are about to do that. Biden has an executive order coming in about ten days and it is well known the the IMF, Bank of England, money center banks, IRS, Treasury, Fed, even Waren Buffett are all against cryptos even existing, but they cannot totallywipe them out for instead they will make it law that no cryptos can be kept secret, all must be fully disclosed, all passcodes must be revealed, all crypto brokers must allow the feds to freee and seize suspect accounts, and all profits from cryptos going back years must be declared taxed and penalized if you haven't paid your full taxes every single year. Furthermore, criminal crypto hackers ae having a field day. Lately we have heard reports of billions in cryptos being stolen by hackers. And those are the just the reported cases, so your cryptos are not safe where you keep them , and some of the crypto brokers ad promoters may be criminals as well. Before he died McAfee set up cryptos designed to steal all the money put into them. How many more of those are there? Anyway, if you insist on being in cryptos first I would cash 100% out now and then just wait to see what the regulations are. Plus on you 1040 you cannot lie when the IRS asks you if you have ever been in cryptos, that would be a crime. You must fully declare and pay back taxes and penalties on any profits you realized in the past, and that is when 99% of the profits were made in the past, like 6 months to 6 years ago before the house of cards started falling. I would also advised that you take your crypto money an d put it into real stocks now. After the tech sell off there are great bargains now on great stocks, even AAPL at 12% off.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm far more heavily invested in stocks than Crypto. Factoring in pension I have about 7x as much in the stock/bond market than I have in Crypto. As to the idea that fiat going to zero beiung bad for the stock market. That just implies you don't really get the stock market. Stocks are ownership of a firm, the price is spoken about in fiat terms but they aren't based on fiat, if you own AAPL the USD devaluing doen't make the company worthless.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People are asking why BTC is comparable with AAPL in value ? -- AAPL is valuable but BTC is value itself.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good advice. Since the covid shutdowns made is difficult to work, study or even leave your house, many pyramid scheme type fads including cryptos, but also meme stocks, being an Instagram influencer and various side hustles have dominated the chatter with the young generation. THis happened everywhere in the world. I remember asking my young girlfriend and her friends from Colombia about cryptos. They all were 100% sure that cryptos were safe, profiting and the place to put your real money. And for awhile they seemed to be proven right. But when I studied the Miami crypto convention what I saw was one big pyramid scheme fueled by hype, reckless abandon and outright scamming, including by major criminals. I also saw them wanting to pull down the global monetary system which is a terrible idea as it would leave us with a Road Warrior economy and bankrupt nations. I took a special dislike in the Vinklevoss Twins, two rich kids who'd largely missed out on facebook but were now the #1 promoters and role models in the cyrpto craze, and they wore t-shirts with a slogan about bringing down the world banking system while grinning from ear to ear. Well I bet they ae not grinning anymore and they and those like them are now responsible for bilking millions of poor, very young and naive people. Remember in 2020-21 we all had to spend much more time online, and there we witnessed the click bait stories and boasting "crypto millionaires" with their sexy lifestyles, acting as if they had retired at 25 and never needed to work in their lives. This mentality dominated until this severe correction, and now it likely will be forced to come to a full stop. Then we saw the cyber criminals always operating with cryptos, mainly Bitcoin as their ransom payment, but also saw the Feds and other hackers hack the hackers and steal their digital assets. And so far no regulation, the wild west, little taxation and lots of virtual play money being thrown around. Young people, some advice from a 65 year old who worked for 40 years to be able to retire safely a bit early with 10 million and no debt. And by safely I mean that my portfolio is 100% in real world investments, paid off real estate plus stock in companies that make the things we all need, use, enjoy and profit from, AAPL principally, but others as well, and they also all pay dividends so even if the stocks go down for awhile, they still pay me to wait. All my stocks have PE's below 30 too, because unless you get in early in a very fast growing start-up almost no company deserves a PE of over 35, and then only the best of them like AAPl and MSFT. But investing aside, you need to work, and not just work, but create things of real value, and I do not mean Bitcoin mining. That really needs to end. I mean anything from farming to computer design work to retail or manufacturing, or provide a valuable service to others and make money that way, but almost no one ever gets rich by not working, plus if you made $$$ without working for it you likely lose your value of money, so you squander it. Like someone winning at the casino, they usually blow it all on partying or more gambling and end up losers. Our economy isn't perfect, but one thing we had a lot of is available jobs, and these jobs pay 5% more than they did last year, so use your heads, roll up your sleeves, chalk up your losses to experience and use this as a teaching moment, as painful as it may be. I would also advise you all to sell your cryptos and buy something real with the proceeds. AAPL is a good idea, but anything you choose, just make sure it is real and sustainable and is well worth the price, preferably undervalued which make good stocks are right now.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

These scammers really are so incompetent it’s crazy. Same thing with the Twitter scam (same people?). Literally they hacked everyone from Obama and Kardashian to Kanye and Tim Cook, and all they did was post a shady Bitcoin address to donate too. Motherfuckers could’ve shorted and crashed the AAPL stock but instead they made $140k or something? Nobody’s done what they were able to do, ever, all they could achieve was that. It’s fucking sad

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I haven't lived through this before but my experience has been that large corporations always end up on top. In the pandemic we had a panic crash. Everyone worried about the sales impact. Then tech turned record profits off of online sales. Next week we are going to see that the tech companies who are in charge of pricing have benefited from price increases and consumers that still have fat bank accounts from cancelled holidays. AAPL is sitting at a 29:1 P/E. That is not ridiculous for a company with their growth. Their 5 year forward P/E is 5:1. I don't know shit about fuck but if I had to bet on AAPL's earning next week I would expect them to beat earnings and lead a tech rally.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

People don’t want to invest in BTC for 10% growth. Might as well put it in VDHG for that much, or buy AAPL shares. 10% is low, luckily looks we are over the dip but if it goers below 30k that’s bad

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I mean you could theoretically accept fraction of stocks too but I don't see people paying for coffee with AAPL Can you do stock transfers as fast as you can do LN/BTC payments? I'm pretty sure you can't. Purchases directly with FIAT, using a POS has pretty big fees, especially for small purchases (flat fee + percentage).