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The guide to Crypto DCA, Part 1: The historical numbers (2017-2022)

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Podcaster (Indian tech & advertising) is forced to sell all his AAPL shares, changes to BitCoin – continuously high returns (loses significant money on other Crypto). Bitcoin provides excellent returns

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How I 25x my BTC. With some proof

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Better Buy for 2022: Crypto Crash or the Stock Market Sell-Off?

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Anyone willing to open a free account so I can get this apple stock bonus

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This is not a crash, this is just a dip, and a very small one. There is a LOT more room to drop

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Even Tim Cook (CEO of Apple {AAPL}) is Invested in Crypto! Man, it's getting harder to hear some Billionaires still calling Crypto "A scam"

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Apple and Bitcoin

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The entire crypto market's marketcap just surpassed Apple, the most valuable company in the world.

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Bitcoin records 3x higher average trading volume in October than Apple, Amazon & Microsoft

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What if I invested $5.000.000 to both Apple and Bitcoin at January/2021 till June/2021

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Apple is worth more than the whole crypto market

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Is ETHEREUM a good investment today?

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Just started investing 20 minutes ago. Let me explain to you bozos you how to setup a portfolio correctly.

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The only thing riskier than owning crypto, is not owning crypto

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Which crypto would you go all in, and why?

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Apple (AAPL) May Be About To Enter the Crypto Sphere if the Company’s Latest Job Vacancy Is Anything To Go By

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Why you should never sell your entire stack: There was another lesser known Apple Computers cofounder who sold his 10% share of the company for $800. Today AAPL’s market cap is $2.2 trillion.

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Why you should never sell your entire stack: There was another lesser known Apple Computers cofounder who sold his 10% share of the company for $800. Today AAPL’s market cap is $2.2 billion.

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Binance now support AAPL stock tokens

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What are Stock token,where to trade them and why it is said to be best long term investment even better than bitcoin in terms of risk..

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Binance To List Microsoft (MSFT), Apple (AAPL), MicroStrategy (MSTR) as Tokenized Stocks

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"Stock Tokens" on Binance?!

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BIG results coming next week! AAPL, GOOG, EBAY etc... Will any reveal bitcoin purchases?

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Big company earnings to be announced next week. MSFT, GOOG, AAPL, EBAY...

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The total crypto market cap surpassed $2 Trillion USD today

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Cryptocurrency market cap hits $2 trillion — Now worth as much as Apple

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Cryptocurrency market cap hits $2 trillion — Now worth as much as Apple

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BTC, Tesla, Amazon, Jepi, AAPL, Roblox, VOO, a lot more but I throw more at the first 2 on the regular. Holla at me in 5 years we will both be Wealthy

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL#VOO

Give some of that deflationary AAPL

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AAPL is Apple stock

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With all the turmoil, AAPL was still up 0,66% yesterday. Interesting.

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I started to get into this in another thread, but I wanted to compare DCA in the SP500 vs TSLA vs AAPL, and was quite intrigued by the results. In summary, if you invested $500 monthly since 2017 you'd have: AAPL: $**66k** (About how much OP has ATM) TSLA: $**236k** SP500: $**35k** Surprised with how low the SP500 performed, and saw an annual growth rate of 6%. Then I thought, "oh this makes sense. So high risk investments can play a key role in early investing since it takes so long to grow at 6%." Then I thought about the OP's situation and thought, "what if they had sold say, when they were at 100k to move into a more stable, lower yield strategy like the SP500". Interesting results: $100k invested in 2017 in the SP500, despite only growing at 6%, with a mere monthly contribution of $25 (I did this to cover fees), would be worth **$150k** now. If you DCA'd in a median risk AAPL, or hell, crypto for 5 years, and saw big growth, a smart play looks like it would be pivoting into a low risk, low yield strategy.

For fun I did it on AAPL and TSLA for 5 years @ $500 a month. 2017 -- now. AAPL: $30k invested now worth $66k TSLA: $30k invested now worth $232k Stock AAPL Initial Investment $500.00 Recurring Monthly Investment $500.00 Initial # Shares 13.674 \# Monthly Investments 60 Amount Invested $30,000.00 \# Shares Bought 429.639 Total Shares 443.313 Total Value **$66,687.57** **TSLA** Stock TSLA Initial Investment $500.00 Recurring Monthly Investment $500.00 Initial # Shares 21.988 \# Monthly Investments 60 Amount Invested $30,000.00 \# Shares Bought 822.749 Total Shares 844.737 Total Value **$232,581.32**

Mentions:#AAPL#TSLA

Gambling vs investing. Invest in BTC, gamble a few bucks on shitcoins. Invest in AAPL, gamble a few bucks on small cap biotech. Same thing.

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL

Don't even ask the question. The answer is yes, it's priced in. Think the Ethereum merge will rise the price? 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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I own dozens of stock across several portfolios along with dozens of crypto across several wallets. It is a matter of %. BTC, ETH, and LRC are my highest percentages. Same with BRK.B, AAPL, and MSFT. I still own a bit of SHIB and NIO in case those take off.

What a great day. Added to my short when BTC hit 19.8 and then also shorter AAPL at 158. Will likely hold these positions for a longer time than normal.

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I agree, seems like most people are replying to the question of “is it *fair* for *one guy* to own all that” but the actual question is, “is it unsettling for one public corporation to own all that”. >> Here is some interesting perspective: At the beginning of this year, Forbes estimated global wealth at ~ $431T. $AAPL was the most valuable company in the world, valued at ~$2.7T. 2.7/431 = 0.006264 = 0.6264% of global wealth $MSTR holds 1 of every 161 Bitcoin. 1/161 = 0.006211 = 0.6211% of BTC. The percentage similarity was too good not to highlight — although one is .6% of all global wealth and the other is .6% of BTC.

No. Until US crypto tax/regs sorted I’m only stacking ATOM. Was hoping to pick up another 30 to round out my bag. Average is still $20. 🙄 Do have a $140 limit order for AAPL that will probably fill first. 😂

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apple has a coin already it's called AAPL

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Well you see it’s not like I’m sitting on the cash. I still have other assets + trade. It’s just DCA not being the strategy for me. For example blue chip stocks have been really cheap as well and performed really good such as AAPL. Same goes for real estate. Crypto is more fragile as proven the last months during these times and nobody knows how a true recession will look like. I’ll start DCA again at 15k for sure because that’s a ridiculous price ( also bought a lot at 17k and 900$ eth when whales got rekt )

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Maybe i'm looking at it wrong but I don't "invest" in crypto, I gamble in it. I don't know if any of this crypto I own is going to be used for anything or even if it is going to grow in the future, but I know for sure that my AAPL stock will be worth more when i retire than it is today. crypto positions: ETH, ADA, SOL, MANA....smaller holdings in a bunch of others.

The financial system includes brokers telling clients to buy and sell $AAPL, $MSFT, etc.. The Wolf of Wall Street sold people "honey, I built a radio with wings" and all manner of DOA garbage that he could get them to buy, plus numerous other frauds. That beast is a thief. The only thing he is a product of is his greed.

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Because of trading pairs my dude. I haven't ever traded my GOOG directly to AAPL before. The traditional market is also like... significantly older/larger and more mature than crypto. Not everything is manipulation. Sometimes things do have a rational explanation.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

oh, its flawed! Tesla can buy and sell more than 900 in a day. AAPL could buy 9 million probably. but fundamentally, on days where big things don't happen, Bitcoin grows by 900 coins. $20,000,000 dollars of daily growth even when the price is sideways. And when the price goes down its all FUD ;) and when the prices goes up we're all unsurprised. But even sideways is a good day for bitcoin.

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BBBY holders likely more than ALGO holders for example, for one they are late other early. One will go bankrupt other is having it's prime ahead. AAPL holders just got to see ath if i'm not mistaken. Kind of a silly question imo

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I’m betting that’s just a typo, but AAPL got upgraded to $220. And yeah I have noticed too that it can move SPY

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Cut my position on DOT yesterday at break even, also acquired a short on AAPL. Today is a good day. Protecting capital is key in this environment.

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Looking at AAPL stock the real inflation seems to be fucking overpriced tech lmao

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r/WSB & r/CC better buy some iPhones this year thanking AAPL carrying the markets like that lmao

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Nobody gives a shit that AAPL stock only has a 2% dominance in the S&P 500. BTC dominance is an equally useless metric

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Imagine AAPL going for a new ath this month? FOMO will be back in NASDAQ and this ignites, you know what!

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If you own AAPL stock and decide someday that you think you can find a better return over the next 12 months, so proceed to sell said AAPL stock, do you do so thinking “I’m leaving all these other bag holders with my shit”? It’s a market, and at every point in time someone will value the asset more than others. In fact securing the network is not even the only, or best, use of ETH at any given time, especially considering one’s risk profile.

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All you have to do is open an E*trade app. Open a securities account. Transfer funds from your bank. Buy whatever stock you want for a transaction fee (probably $6 per trade). For $165 you could own a share of apple stock AAPL tomorrow and HODL

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Because crypto isn't a currency, it is an asset. I'm sure someone, somewhere would take my AAPL shares in exchange for something of equal value if I could just transfer it to their account. I would have tax liability if my basis was basis was lower than the day I transferred (disposed) of it. It's no different than if I sold a car for more than I paid, I owe taxes on a gain on that asset. But if the buyer shows up with cash there is no system reporting the transaction so most probably wouldn't report it. If buy crypto in cash off exchange you can transact it with it private party all you want and little chance of have being caught it you weren't honest and reported it. This is one of the many reasons I see crypto TAM being limited to black and grey market economies for the foreseeable future. Everything else is just pure speculation and hopium that it somehow replaces the USD, Euro, Pound, etc.

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“In an update on Twitter, developers announced that they are working with Australian game developer PlaySide Studios to release the Shiba Eternity game on both the Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) App Store and Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) Play Store.” - Benzinga

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This. I plan to monthly DCA into SCHD. Looking to weekly DCA into my long-terms. Possibly BRK.B, but I was looking at AAPL too.

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Retirement (15% of mine & wife’s income, with matches from our employers, all S&P500) Speculative investment account (5% of total income. Largest holdings $TSLA, $AAPL, $O, $CHPT) Crypto investing (5% of total income. Have been investing in crypto longer, so the amount I’ve invest is far greater than my speculative & retirement accounts. Paid off student loans and down payment for house with BTC in 2017. Invest in 30% BTC, 30% ETH, & other 30% split between multiple projects, notably SOL, MATIC, Avalanche. Stake what you can & enjoy the return over time). Also saving up decent chunk of cash to buy second home in next 2 years. Wife & I love well below our means with our 3 kids.

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Feels like the market's waiting on AAPL earnings. If they're not horrible, bruh. Grandpa bitcoin's gonna stretch you out with the shrek dildos. He's a dirty old man.

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How does that even happen? It makes fucking 0 sense. Do they also purchase some penny stock named after a fruit instead of AAPL because "its cheaper than apple"?

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Everything is priced in. 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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I wonder how long term investors of BTC, ETH, AAPL, Amazon etc. are going Pick good products, diversify into likely winners and buy and hold over time.

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GDP and $AAPL tomorrow. Hopefully doesnt shut down these gains from today

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The pasta you ordered, is here.. Everything is priced in. 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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Everything is priced in. 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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GOOG/AAPL/TSLA/SCHD/NVDA/BRK.B/ABNB/OXY My current long-terms, ABNB might be scratched off the list though.

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tldr; Bitcoin has registered a trading volume at least double the size of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) within the last 30 days. Apple's daily average trading volume for 30 days ending July 22 stands at $11.6 billion, while Bitcoin's average daily trading volume was $27.7 billion. Notably, Bitcoin has managed to maintain an impressive volume despite the cryptocurrency undergoing a significant sell-off. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Bitcoin has registered a trading volume at least double the size of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) within the last 30 days. Apple's daily average trading volume for 30 days ending July 22 stands at $11.6 billion, while Bitcoin's average daily trading volume was $27.7 billion. Notably, Bitcoin has managed to maintain an impressive volume despite the cryptocurrency undergoing a significant sell-off. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Realistically? I just compare Bitcoin to Large Cap stocks. TSLA reached $1 Billion Market Cap on its last ATH. As of now AAPL sits around $2.5 Trillion, GOOG around $1.5 T, and Amazon $1.25 T. If Bitcoin hits the same Market Cap of Apple, then it’s price would land around $150k in comparison. If it hits the same Market Cap of Amazon, it’s price is around $75k. So my *realistic* price point for BTC is somewhere in between that. Probably around $100k a Coin at some point.

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I just looked this up and he owns 1.55 MILLION shares of Apple. The Vanguard Group owns 1.2 BILLION shares of apple. Your link is only talking about individual persons and doesn't include all the investment company funds like Blackrock, Fidelity, T.Rowe Price, etc. They own magnitudes more than RC, so his 1.55M shares won't grant him influence much any way, especially compared to the top 10 actual shareholders of the stock interests - whatever those may be. [Top Ten Apple Shareholders](https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/AAPL/holders/)

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Here are the indicators for free that are likely more beneficial then this silliness: * Previous session high low * Today's high low * QQQ, VIX, ES/SPY/SPX * XLF, XLE * AAPL, AMZN, MSFT, NVDA, TSLA, GOOG * 8 EMA, 21 EMA, 34 EMA Outside of those, learn to create resistance and support levels via charting. And use other fun custom tools like bookmap to show where orders are concentrated.

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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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\> Yeah until they go to sell and the price goes from $50K to $20K because there's no liquidity or for any reason. This problem exists in every asset class. Crypto is no different from stocks in this respect. Billionaires are used to buying/selling slowly, or finding partners to trade with so they don't move markets. EVEN for dividend stocks. You still use current price to figure out % of portfolio. In practice, almost all of the time, you can buy or sell like $10m bitcoin all at once and the market will move less than 1%. That's comparable to trading fees. \> that doesn't mean 200Bln was added or can be removed from the market This is true, but it is not relevant. Not what I am talking about at all. This problem exists everywhere. What I am trying to get at is what people individually feel their % of portfolio is. Looking at what you own in BTC, ETH, AAPL, GOOG, Gold, GME, whatever. You use the current price (and by proxy, market cap) \> If you're only talking about perception then yeah Perception is the only thing that makes sense if you want to determine what people's % of portfolio is.

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I mean you can say that but it just makes you look ill informed. Not really a topic you can agree to disagree on. It’s literally the textbook definition of investing which is: “the action or process of investing money for profit or material result” There’s no profit to be had with my USD sitting in my bank account. It’s an inflationary asset at the end of the day that’s only there to keep me afloat if i ever lose my job. My S&P 500 shares in my 401k and IRA, my shares in my taxable alongisde my AAPL holdings and the crypto projects i hold on the other hand are invested with the expectation of getting a material return which makes them an investment by definition whether it’s a good outcome or not.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>is it already priced in ? 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

Just for example say you bought AAPL at the absolute peak around $170. It’s at $147 now. That’s “in the toilet”? If you bought it before July 2021 you’d still be ahead.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

1 AAPL = 1 AAPL until a stock split lol

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This is the dumbest, least substantial, misunderstood post I’ve seen in a while. The example chosen of 1 meter = 1 meter while relating it to the speed of light is incorrect. According to relativity, a meter is not equal to a meter when traveling at near the speed of light. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Length_contraction Things that are equal: 1 dollar = 1 dollar 1 bitcoin = 1 bitcoin 1 share of AAPL = 1 share of AAPL 1 GBP = 1 GBP None of those things maintain constant value or purchasing power regardless of whether they are centralized or not; none of them have a predictable future; none of them are immune to inflation; none of them are THE answer. Stop pretending hollow statements like 1 bitcoin = 1 bitcoin have deep meaning, it is an idiotic way to rationalize a dip in present value.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. PFOF already has to be disclosed by brokers, and several brokerages specifically do not receive PFOF payments. So you can literally already cut PFOF out of your investment, no NFT needed. And again, taking brokerages out of the equation eliminates a ton of financial vessels (mutual funds) geared towards helping small investors. 2. This is a regulation problem you’ve highlighted, not a technology or platform problem. Changing the platform doesn’t solve regulatory problems. (In the short term, it probably actually exacerbates problems as people exploit the gap between new tech and old laws) 3. It’s still a problem. If people can see that person 34967aDvr9T holds 1,000 AAPL, then they becomes a target. And criminals could care less who the actual owner is.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Jesus Christ, first my AAPL stock goes down, now Krypto Kitty project rugpulls??? Is nothing sacred??

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Story time! I have always been interested in investing and in 2012 I was also really into iPhone. That shit was so cool back then, the iPhone 5 just dropped out and it was miles above the iPhone 4S, which itself was a whole leap forward from iPhone 3GS etc. That year, I had some money from working during summer break. I decided that I wanted to buy Apple stock with that. I did just that. Bought I think one or two shares (at the time, before the stock split, one share of AAPL was in the low thousands per share). The share started to drop from there. It was overheated they were saying, having run-up in anticipation of the launch of iPhone 5. The first weekend sales of the phone were an absolute record hit, however the number came below what analysts had expected and the stock started to correct. On the advice of my parents, I sold my shares and salvaged what I could. Keep in mind I was a teenager at this time. Today that share would be worth I believe a solid 12x since then.

Mentions:#GS#AAPL
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/BitcoinSee Comment

The idea that you’d have to constantly recalculate the purchasing power of the currency you’re paying shows it’s a shit currency. It may be a vehicle for investing but it’s not a useful currency. In that sense it’s not much different from stocks. I would never use shares of $AAPL as currency. As for whether I’d want to receive payment based on purchasing power, sure I would. Everybody would. We all know Bitcoin is not fiat. Ending Bretton Woods was terrible for American workers. The difference between Bitcoin and the gold standard is that the US government did set the price of gold. It does not set the price of Bitcoin. Bitcoin will not bring us back to a grand future in which workers regain bargaining power and western nations grow more sustainably.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Sure. Also smart to do the same with AAPL and AMZN.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

stocks also pay dividends 4x per year. some of them pay quite large dividends, in the 5-10% range. it's not just share price that matters. put another way: 1. if you owned all the shares of AAPL but there was no one willing to buy them on the open market you'd be having hundreds of billions of dollars 2. if you owned all the available BTC, nothing would happen.

Mentions:#AAPL#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

BTC.D is a dumb metric. Nobody gives a shit that AAPL makes up 6% of the S&P 500.

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Apple makes popular things people want, and they are just introducing new ones, with a very profitable balance sheet. Amazon sells things people want and makes a huge profit too. Both companies have huge assets, either one alone is larger than the market capitalization of the entire crypto space. I am keeping AAPL and AMZN.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You'll have your answer by end of July by which time BTC drops another 50%. Also almost all of the rest of your portfolio looks like a disaster waiting to happen.. AMD, Nvsia.. AAPL.. all going down .Basically I wouldn't own any of the crap you are holding. Sell it all and stay in cash. I know you won't.. so you will probably remember this comment for a long time.

Mentions:#BTC#AMD#AAPL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Probably he wants to be overweight AMD, MSFT, AAPL, and NVDA because he likes those better.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

How come you have an S&P 500 ETF along with individual holdings like AMD, MSFT, AAPL, NVDA? Not trying to take a jab at you, genuinely curious.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True, but a speculative asset is a risk-on asset and right now we are in a risk-off environment. I think we are in a recession, I think that will be confirmed when Q2 GDP comes out negative on July 28 (Atlanta Fed just predicted -2.1% GDP yesterday after it was predicting -1.5% the day before using real time data), and I just don't see how anything speculative will not go lower given all that. Institutions are dumping everything including blue chip companies right now that are still generating massive profits. Maybe I'm crazy but if the the equities market is dumping AAPL I don't see crypto moving higher at the same time. Still, bear markets like this are where you make the real money long term. I don't think it's crazy to be DCAing/accumulating right now, but I just think everything is going lower before it goes higher. Maybe I'm wrong. We'll see.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's one thing to pity investors but we are all investing in an emerging and volatile asset class. It's riskier than AAPL or AMZN but the biggest payoffs for those have come and gone. All we can do is make our investments and protect them. Store your own coins 🪙

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Been long on AAPL since 1998 because of Steve Jobs. But I have come to see Cook as the more brilliant leader. It's made me a (checks portfolio) shit ton of money.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Even bear markets get bounces. The stock market had a terrific week, and for the first time in a long time, the rally feels like it can last. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 5.4%, the S&P 500 gained 6.4%, and the Nasdaq Composite climbed 7.5%. Give Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell credit. In testimony before Congress, he said that engineering a soft landing had become “very challenging,” suggesting that getting inflation under control could lead to a recession. Under normal circumstances, that would be a worrisome sign. But everyone was already talking about the possibility of a slowdown, so his acknowledgment of the possibility served as a strange source of relief, if only because it might mean less-aggressive rate increases in the future. Expectations for inflation in the University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey also dipped from the preliminary read earlier this month. Now, the odds of the federal-funds rate hitting a range of at least 3.25% to 3.5% in November fell to 50%, down from 71% a week ago, and that’s much easier for the market to handle. Powell’s testimony also came at the right time for the market. Investors had gotten extremely pessimistic, and many had a staggering amount of cash on hand after the recent selloff—Bank of America noted its private clients had 12.6% of their assets in cash, the most since October 2020 and above the historical average of 12.4%. Others might not have any choice but to buy given the fact that the first half of the year ends on Thursday, forcing some portfolios to rebalance. Normally, rebalancing gets a lot of attention, but it only really matters when the market is volatile and liquidity is tight, as it has been this year, according to Marko Kolanovic, chief global markets strategist at J.P. Morgan. The S&P 500 rallied 7% during the last week of the first quarter and about 7% the last week of May—and it could rally again as we go into the last week in June, Kolanovic writes. Even Stifel strategist Barry Bannister, who correctly predicted this year’s downswing, now says that the S&P 500 is likely headed higher. It isn’t that he suddenly turned bullish—he still believes the U.S. entered a long-term bear market in 2022—but rather that bear markets never simply move in one direction. For now, he thinks that the technology sector, particularly semiconductors and hardware, including Apple (ticker: AAPL), will lead the stock market higher. “[It will be] a classic countertrend rally this summer,” writes Bannister, who sees the S&P 500 hitting 4150, up 13% from the index’s June 16 low of 3666.77. That’s likely where the rally runs out of steam. Just as bull markets can suffer downside corrections, bear markets experience corrections of their own, and technical analysis suggests the index should bounce to somewhere between 4000 and 4100, according to 22V Research’s John Roque. Just don’t count on it going too much higher. “[It’s] still a bear market,” he says. Don’t forget it. Ok I copied and pasted it. Source is: [a link that really doesn’t work..](https://stocks.apple.com/ArzhESluVR1qiZ_Lmwwu4hA) but is a good read if you don’t have to subscribe.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

P/E or Price to Earning ratio is easy to look up - for "value" stocks it's typically below 15, for blue chip tech stocks it's typically between 20 and 30, for smaller, speculative growth stocks it's often very high (for unprofitable ones it's literally infinity, that's when you look at P/S instead). Some examples: AAPL has a P/E of ~24 right now. TSLA has ~90. META has 11.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Stockholders almost never capture value from the company of said stock instead relying on greater cool theory to convince others that the stock is worth more than they paid because said company behind it is having success or will have success. The price of any stock (or any productive investment) has 2 components: the intrinsic value and the speculative value. The first is based on the investment’s ability to generate revenue, the latter based on the speculation of the _future_ ability fo the investment’s ability to generate revenue. The speculation part is constantly getting recalibrated with each released of earning report, and can go to negative when market sentiment is low (in which case the price corrects upwards after an ER is released). In some cases, the price of a stock is almost entirely speculative (TSLA, GME, penny stocks), but that’s not the norm. For the vast majority of stocks, you don’t need greater fools at all, the price of the stock is determined by the earnings, assets and liabilities of the business. This is you don’t see AAPL or MSFT shills on social media.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Define what ownership means to you? There's two kinds of ownership. There's sovereign ownership, and private ownership. Sovereign ownership is the kind of ownership enjoyed by countries who need appeal to no higher authority to maintain their claims over lands. The way in which countries do this is by threatening every other entity in the universe with annihilation and pain should they ever decide to step foot and interfere with their country. For example, Ukraine nominally has sovereign ownership of their territory, which they are currently in the process of maintaining by inflicting pain on a party (Russia) which also seeks to own it. Obviously, neither bitcoin nor fiat is particularly useful in and of itself here, because the only currency that matters here is weapons and manpower. So, let's restrict ourself to private ownership, which ultimately relies on appeal to higher authority, typically a government. Ownership means my ability to convince a sovereign entity to prevent other people from enjoying the right to dispose of that which belongs to me. So I own my house because the only person who can sell said house is myself, and should someone else try to sell it, a court will be easily convinced to render such a thing invalid. Thus, I'm the only person entitled to any proceeds (denominated in any currency) from the relinquishing of ownership interest in my house. The same is true with stock. If I own 1 share of apple. No other person can sell that share without my permission. Of course, if I own a share of apple, I also have particular rights regarding apple's assets should apple cease to function. These rights are what are being bought and sold with selling the AAPL ticker. A court will not let anyone else sell my rights. Similarly, should my rights be invoked by Apple's bankruptcy or voluntary dissolution, my ownership is represented by the fact that I will easily get a court (or actually... apple will just comply because that's easier than their executives being held in contempt) to distribute the portion of Apple's assets represented by my ownership interest to me. We have ready, easily provable examples of these things having happened successfully in the past. Under this model, bitcoin has no owners, because actually anyone with my knowledge of my private key can transfer my bitcoin, and no amount of appeal to a sovereign nation and no amount of weapons can really change that (well I guess some amount of weapons could). Ultimately, my bitcoin can be spent even without my permission and there is jack shit I can do about it, because not even a higher authority can actually get it back for me. > Did I say all stocks, or there are some companies selling fake ownerships? In fact, these types of companies don't even have 20 years of history and are modern inventions. So they don't have much of a stock history. I don't mean being familiar with histories of tickers... I mean being unfamiliar with the concept of a joint stock company and its legal implementation in Western societies. We have 4 - 500 years of history on stock exchanges and the jurisprudence surrounding stock ownership and its relation to ownership of underlying assets.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Based on metrics like revenue, profit, diversified revenue stream, operating margin etc. I can see AAPL has a margin of X% and compare that to industry averages and then I can see AAPLs revenue and product sales forecasts and make a decision as an investor if the valuation aligns with the business metrics. What are these metrics I would look at to determine ETH value? Like at all? What is everyone looking at? transaction speed? Total user base? Thats the question Im asking. And then what sites do you use to check this data so I can go back and point to as "hey 5 years ago there were 10 contracts created using ETH, today there is 100". Where do u track these metrics?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

[Let's compare then.](https://www.macroaxis.com/invest/pair-correlation/AAPL/BTC.CC/Apple-vs-Bitcoin)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Then compare it against Apple. Btc vs AAPL

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

To be fair. You can hate AAPL, MSFT Products and still want to own stocks :) for the money.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can you tell me an asset with similar capitalization as bitcoin that has performed worse than a 35% fall in the past 7 days? Go look at META, MSFT, AAPL and you will see that they have had much smaller drops than bitcoin in the last week. Thats why im saying its less riskier. Im not talking about BTC in the past, im talking about BTC now. Also, you basically proved my point by saying that bitcoin has increased significantly (+800%) since 2017 by saying its more volatile than any other stock.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’d have to say I’d be very intrigued…. I have only recently dabbled in the crypto space , about a year or so , but I’ve invested in the general stock market most of my adult life. I certainly have been kinda shocked by the drastic swings in the crypto space 😳 … I’m starting to get used to it though 😅 I have never had any large capitol to commit to either crypto or the traditional markets … mostly just a few thousand up to 10k at the most a few years back. I still hold a few tech blue chips … AAPL, IBM, NVDA…. and s few others , as well as Pfizer, 3m, WMT, DIS… etc… I was always told to search out dividend stocks so you can build wealth I also worked for a company that had a few upper management that spoke of Hedge Funds , but I never really thought much about it due to limited resources…. So I would be really interested to be able to reap the benefits of Hedge Fund returns , without Hedge Fund prices !! 😀

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can someone explain? how exactly do rich people get richer during a recession? Zuckerburg lost 50% of his net worth with FB stock crashing. MSFT and AAPL are to follow. TSLA stock is not doing too well too. Those billionaires have all their wealth tied to their companies. So they lose even more. Is he implying that they are not going to starve like an average poor person, and that implies a win? I genuinely don't understand...

Mentions:#FB#AAPL#TSLA
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can someone explain? how exactly do rich people get richer during a recession? Zuckerburg lost 50% of his net worth with FB stock crashing. MSFT and AAPL are to follow. TSLA stock is not doing too well too. Those billionaires have all their wealth tied to that. So they lose even more. Is he implying that they are not going to starve like an average poor person, and that implies a win? I genuinely don't understand...

Mentions:#FB#AAPL#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

When you are investing, you invest in an asset that is not stable. For example, when Tesla bought bitcoin, the idea is that the bitcoin will increase in price. When Apple purchases its own shares in a share buyback, it doesn't expect AAPL to be stable.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You don't own AAPL or AMZN, someone owns it for you, maybe hopefully

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Unbelievable. So the AAPL and AMZ don't produce any utility?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I've been in and out of bitcoin since the beginning but never big plays, i.e. less than 5k. I'm sincerely concerned about younger folks who may be more susceptible to confirmation bias in an echo chamber, not so much specifically because they might go broke (because they can earn it back), but because they might not be able to handle that emotionally and could harm themselves. To be honest, about 20 years ago I made a million dollars trading options in AAPL, and then lost it all very quickly by chasing my lost gains. I loved Apple, and that was the problem. I barely made it through that time with my life. It did teach me a lot of lessons about what money is and isn't in the grand scheme of things!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No, you don’t understand. If a company earns a trillion dollars in a year and parks it in the bank instead of paying it out(increases the company’s cash reserves by 1T) each share of that company is now with 1trillion dollars(divided by the amount of shares outstanding) more. A share of stock is an ownership interest in a business. If the business becomes worth more, so will the stock. In reality, that company will take that cash and reinvest it into increasing future cash flows and (assuming the business is well managed) will create well more than a trillion in extra value over time. Of course this isn’t a given; a company could also erode shareholder value with poor investments but on average companies tend to produce value. This is what earns their returns. One share of apple sold ten years later is not the same as the one share of apple that was sold ten years ago. Here’s an example. According to https://quickfs.net/company/AAPL:US Apple has grown its earnings per share from $1.58 in 2012 to $5.61 in 2011. Ths is not the same thing as gold or Bitcoin.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Dominance is a stupid metric. Nobody gives a shit that AAPL stock has a 6% dominance in the S&P500

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DCA day. ATOM, ALGO or AAPL? 🤔

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Every time I see people say "buy the dip!" it just reminds me how little these folks know about speculative assets. There is no "dip"...the price is what people are willing to pay for it. It's not like AAPL stock where the price is determined by profits and assets with perhaps a bit of speculation on future growth. It's purely 100% what people think it's worth. AAPL will not go to zero so long as it has profits and assets to back it up, no matter how much people may sour on the stock. BTC can because it's backed by nothing. Just because BTC reached an ATH at some point that doesn't mean it'll ever get there again. It's price is quite literally set by opinions.

Mentions:#AAPL#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

He also ignored AAPL, GOOG, etc for more than a decade. So there’s that too.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have been predicting this for a year. cryptos are like the Dutch tulip craze, without real flowers, or digital chain letters like I lost $5 on as a little kid in 1965. Great if you are the first one in and sell at the top, but since cryptos have never had any intrinsic value and create nothing in the real world (unless you convert them to real money or swap them for a real condo or something) they were doomed to collapse. Sorry Bitcoin bros, but even $23,000 is a bubble, and when you saw the Vinklevoss twins downsizing and closing offices last week you should have joined them. So now you have a 24 hour unregulated market with no circuit breakers, no Fed bailout, no hope of rescue and likely the manor crypto exchanges will all collapse today like terra did. I have been saying all year, 99% of cryptos will go to zero and the few survivors like BTC will find a bottom somewhere in the $10,000 area and then become a much smaller Bitcoin brah diehard bartering and money laundering tool as some people will refuse to give up and keep Bitcoin on life support. This like also signals the end for El Salvador's president, for all the big crypto advertisers, lobbyists, political contributors, and will likely be the end of NFT's and most of the fintech pilot programs. My advice is get out now and buy something solid at a big discount like AAPL stock. Even if you lost 50% or more on cryptos, you can still backstop your losses now with AAPl which, once the stormclouds pass will be as solid as a rock again and probably go up 50% over the next year or two. Or just go to cash, then good old US dollar is doing fine and inflation is strictly Putin these days. If Putin falls or some peace deal is made, oil will plummet by 25%, which is also why it's risky to buy oil stocks now even though right now they are doing great.

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Tech has capitulated with most companies down 50-90%. Don’t let GOOG, AAPL, and MSFT fool you.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Considering a gross margin around 45% and a huge P/E of 29x, AAPL seems a little bit overvalued right now. No doubt that we are talking about a premium company, but I'm not seeing they doing much with the $70B they have in cash. They have an agressive buyback plan and it seems desperate to me. Don't focus only in Ethereum. Before you do anything, research what these cryptos represent. Aim for other options also. Dot, ftm, aave, dafi and crv are good projects to research. I also like Algo and Tezos. Don't sell all of your AAPL position. I have ETFs, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and crypto. Keep your money diversified.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sell AAPL and buy USDC on Voyager (Tiered 7%-9% APY) and GUSD on Gemini 6.9% APY. Right now Return OF Capital is more important than Return ON Capital.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It depends how much money you want to lose. If you want to lose a little... keep it in AAPL If you want to lose a lot move it to crypto The best move is probably to sell AAPL if you get a bear bounce to 150 and hold fiat until the darkest hour of the recession

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean if you invest in stable and large companies like AAPL, Coca Cola, etc. Not so much….

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Coinbase is the first crypto exchange on the fortune 500. I agree with OP that it's a good way to hedge against a single coin falling, similar to investing in the $SPY alongside $AAPL and $AMZN. If BTC rallies 15% while some alts are rallying 500%, it'd be better to have that $COIN than just BTC.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

'Money' is colloquially used to mean 'currency'. But debt is money, and so is anything else with monetary value. It's just degrees of separation from currency. > Most people don't count missed opportunity as a loss That doesn't mean they're right. And even if you accept this: Bitcoin's volatility is not a loss unless you actually sell it for less than you bought it for... So what, exactly, is your point? > Not buying the winning lottery ticket is also a loss No, lol. You can't make an educated guess at the lottery numbers. You can make an educated guess that AAPL is going to beat USD on almost any timeframe. > The only way not to lose is to pick the best investment possible... That's silly. Why is it silly? I suspect you're attaching emotional baggage to the term 'losing'. It's a loss. You can't expect to trade perfectly, obviously, but again, calling holding Bitcoin a loss when it goes down, but not calling holding USD a loss when Bitcoin goes up is cometely arbitrary. > Currency is a widely accepted unit of exchange Lol no. My GBP doesn't cease being currency the moment I leave the UK. My USD doesn't cease being currency when I hop on a plane to Europe. > which prices are set in The price of something can change at literally any time regardless of the currency. What is the actual difference between a USD price or EUR price or BTC price? If there is a current price in any monetary asset with an exchange rate to the monetary asset I want to spend, there is a price set in that monetary asset. > If a fee is charged it is for the convenience of use Again: my USD is still currency when I leave the US. Any fees I pay my bank when I spend my USD in a EUR denominated country are not out of convenience, they are out of necessity... And yet, it's still currency. > Almost always alternatives which do not incur the fee. There are countries where every ATM charges a fee. There are countries which don't have free bank transfers. This criteria is insane. 'Currency' is an arbitrary, wooly term. It is not well defined, and attempting to pin down a hard definition will leave you with something completely useless.

Mentions:#AAPL#BTC#ATM
r/BitcoinSee Comment

> How is it different BTC *isn't* different from AAPL in that scenario... Or ANY other monetised asset, including literally every single currency. The opportunity cost exists whether you hold it or not. When the price of AAPL goes up, and you had free USD which you could have bought AAPL with, but you didn't, you HAVE lost. There are many very obvious differences between Bitcoin and literally any other asset, but I'll assume your question was entirely limited to that context. > Use money to buy money You do this any time you purchase anything in a different country, or from a different country online, or use credit in any form (which happens to be pretty much any fiat payment which isn't in cash, even if it's hidden from you). Just because you don't use the word 'buy' and 'sell' doesn't mean you're not doing exactly that. When you purchase a coke, you are selling USD for a coke. When you work for a salary, you are selling time for USD. > Brokerage account, exchanges, fees Is your USD bank account a brokerage account when you spend in a different currency? Exchange is irrelevant when the merchant accepts Bitcoin, and virtually irrelevant using various services which automate this for you. Exchange fees vary wildly, but there are plenty which charge a completely negligible rate far lower than a stock. Plus, unlike a stock, again, it can be directly transferred if the merchant will accept it. When you buy with a credit or debit card, there is a fee. The merchant might pay it and spread the cost across all their prices, but there is still a fee involved, and you're paying at least part of it. Does that make your bank account a brokerage account?

Mentions:#BTC#AAPL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

> The opportunity cost is the same whether you purchase in Bitcoin or USD. I don't see how your win/lose list differentiates bitcoin from any other asset like a stock share or a commodity. If I hold USD and AAPL goes up, how exactly do I "lose"? How is BTC different from AAPL in your scenario? > The money you spend, whatever the currency, COULD have been used to purchase whichever currency wins in the short term instead... Huh? Use money to buy money? Yeah, there are people who do trade currencies, but that's pretty uncommon. Usually people use currency instead to buy goods and services or to buy other assets. Swapping USD for EUR is more of a fringe market. > Bitcoin adoption is simple. It starts as a savings account. Why a savings account and not a brokerage account? In your scenario, buying BTC is a lot more like buying AAPL. The savings account is counted in USD, and I can withdraw and spend it without transaction fees or tax implications... if I'm paying fees to convert my BTC to USD so I can buy stuff, then it's exactly like selling a stock share to buy stuff.

Mentions:#AAPL#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Some stocks are fractional, you have an issue with AAPL too?

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When I move my AAPL gains into BTC baby Steve Jobs angel gets its wings.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

AAPL/AMZN/MSFT is to penny stock as BTC is to shitcoin. You *can* speculate on penny stocks, just realize what you’re doing.