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Sold Bitcoin. Bought AMZN.

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Sold Bitcoin and Bought AMZN.

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NASDAQ:AMZN • Nasdaq • Amazon.com • Stock • Finance – 2022.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Bitcoin disappoints on bull run as AMZN sees biggest 1-day drop since 2014

r/BitcoinSee Post

All we need is merchants and easy POS, particularly for small business.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

There is a Super Bowl Amazon Alexa commercial about reading your minds, and somehow DOESNT involve crypto?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto has become a boomer asset

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Like all revolutionary technology, Bitcoin is a solution in search of a problem.

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We shouldn't let big companies overrun crypto

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How I 25x my BTC. With some proof

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5 web 3 crypto,s to buy for the future .

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3 Things to Know Before Buying Ethereum

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Crypto Name Claiming?

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Portfolio diversification question?

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

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Famous Investor Praises Bitcoin as “Digital Gold”

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Famous Investor Praises Bitcoin as “Digital Gold”

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Crypto Wealth - Nightmare Mode Enabled 2021 and Beyond

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

MiniStonk 📈 Fairlaunched 1/09 - Tesla, Netflix and Amazon earn stock rewards! Dev Doxxed |Best community | Still Low marketcap much space to grow! 🚀

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$MiniStonk | Fair Launched - Huge Potential – To go to the Moon is one thing. But Surfing on the Moon? That’s a whole different story! 10x 25x 100x Potential! 🚀

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MiniStonk 📈 | Just Fairlaunched | 90K Marketcap | Same legit dev who did BabyTron and other successful projects 🚀

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MiniStonk 📈 Just Fairlaunched - Tesla, Netflix and Amazon rewards! Same legit dev who did BabyTron & other good projects 🚀

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MiniStonk 📈 Just Fairlaunched - Tesla, Netflix and Amazon rewards! Same legit dev who did BabyTron and other successful projects 🚀

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🔥 $MiniSTONK | Fair Launch in 2 Hours | Based and Transparent Devs 📈 | Huge Marketing planned | Next 100x? 🚀

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🔥 $MiniSTONK | Fair Launch in 6 Hour | Based and Transparent Devs 📈 | Huge Marketing planned | Big Moonshot potential 🚀

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What are your top 5 coins (NOT BTC)

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Why Walmart Wants to Hire a Crypto Expert

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🛍️ AmazonCoin $AMZN | Trending on social media | Liquidity locked | Dev team doxed | Easy 100X

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🛍️ AmazonCoin $AMZN | Trending on social media | Liquidity locked | Dev team doxed | Easy 100X

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Amazon (AMZN Stock) denies rumored plans for bitcoin support

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Amazon (AMZN) Denies City A.M. Report it Will Accept Bitcoin This Year

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AMZN denies report of accepting bitcoin THIS YEAR

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Nearly $1 Billion Bitcoin (BTC) Shorts Liquidated Today Amid Amazon (AMZN) Rumors

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Amazon earnings announcement is on 7/29. Could be the bullish news we’re waiting for.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Prediction time: if an Amazon coin/ token is really happening, what do you think it will look like? Tokenomics, use cases, etc.

r/BitcoinSee Post

I wonder where those 1000 shares went?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Big time retard move planned way ahead. AMZN put strategy

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is there anyone here who wants to take on the really big data collectors (FB, GOOG, AMZN)? I encourage you to support the Skynet/Sia project by adding some Siacoins to your portfolio. ✌🏼

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

If crypto were a stock...

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How to make crypto independent with each other?

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AMZN fell 95% from its highs in 2000 and took about 10 years to regain those levels

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Bitcoin Price Prediction using Facebook Prophet Algorithm

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Sentiment: Quality Crypto (like BTC, ETH) could behave like the top Dot-Com companies (like Amazon). If you zoom out, you can't even see the "crash". A cyclical boom and bust may not necessarily be the only model for Crypto.

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Thoughts on Hedera Hashgraph?

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I give you another secret $Shit coin which can moonshot very soon

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Blockchain, Crypto Payments Pioneer to Transform eCommerce

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One couldn't really pinpoint where to invest back in the dot com bubble either, AMZN crashed many times in it's lifetime, the only reason Jeff is so rich is because he held onto his stocks throughout it all. The trillion dollar question now is what do we now hold for that amount of time? Is it still stocks like AMZN or is it something cryptographically new?

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The limited supply will still determine its price. If you owned 1/2 share of AMZN stock or you owned 100 shares, there is still a fixed amount that is available for people to own.

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\>The NFT market has also collapsed. Trading volumes on OpenSea, the Amazon (AMZN) of NFTs, have plummeted, according to DappRadar. When did NFT market ever rises?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bitcoin mimics the stock market because that's how most people see it. Most people see BTC next to AMZN in their trading app so they treat it like a tech stock. Once enough people realize that it is a completely different asset class it will eventually decouple. It takes time and education.

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

There was strong speculation they would raise rates by an additional 25 basis points and stocks like Texas Instruments and AMZN both miss earnings estimates. Hike was the expected amount, and some major earnings reports were better than expected, so stocks go up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMZN missed EPS by over 200%, but just barely beat revenue estimates and soared 12%. Yeah, the market is mysterious alright.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If BRICS gets accepted then the value of your $100K FIAT dollars sitting in your "safe bank of choice" will be valued at $50K or less. Time to load up on BTC hedged with AMZN and ????

Mentions:#BTC#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm curious what the Daily has for their equities holding. My top 10 in descending order are: 1. GOOG 2. AMZN 3. MSFT 4. NVDA 5. AMD 6. TSM 7. NET 8. DG 9. COST 10. F

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMZN is up 10% after hours as of right now lol

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

“$AMZN Q2 Earnings Revenue: $121.2B v $119.7B Expected EPS: -$0.20 v $0.15 Expected” All up to you Apple then I can quit shilling crypto and back to gambling!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMZN up 9% IMMEDIATELY in after hours trading daaaaaamn Must have some juicy earnings!

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Googl at 74 shares and AMZN at 20 shares

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Agree with this post. I have about 12 Crypto's, but I've made it a point of putting quite a bit also into stocks. Personally I hold VOO, VYM, PXE, AMZN, VTI.

Mentions:#VOO#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My money's on GOOGL and AMZN. Oh wait...

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Not fundamentally different if you had, say, AMZN stock and did the same. Totally a taxable event. Although I am not sure it would be if you bought your car in El Salvador and drove it back. Probably still a taxable event one way or another :-(

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

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

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The only stocks I'm really waiting to buy are MSFT, NVDA, GOOGL, AMZN, AMD. Outside of that I just do indexes and day trade SPY. I'd think about JPM and some other banks after the market gets clobbered and the trash gets taken out. I've got cash stocked up for purchases when the market is sufficiently beaten down. Outside of that $10k into I-bonds will yield good interest for the next year to year and a half. I think food disruption from Ukraine/Russia and then EU/Africa will cause issues in the short-term. In the long-term I look at what Burry said and think you have mega-corps cutting spend and reducing inventory in the short-term with rising rates, but as soon as rates start decreasing there will be a supply shock due to lack of supply while people are again flush with cash - and you'll have this whipsaw between extremes at both sides of the demand equation.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wot no crypto? Nah also been buying up some bargains this week. Nabbed me some Canadian energy stocks and yolo'd a little back into AMZN and TSLA

Mentions:#AMZN#TSLA
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I don’t have a problem with this post. Investing is psychological. If lowering your cost basis helps you feel better and even more importantly keeps you from selling at a loss and giving up then it’s not a bad strategy to DCA down. Most people capitulate and sell at the worst times. Also never use leverage. This will allow you to weather these times. I am older than Most who post here. I was heavily investing in the .com bubble. A DCA strategy buying the likes of AMZN, Apple, and Google would have worked out nice for you. I think the key takeaway is to keep buying through all this. Don’t try and time things. Nobody knows the future.

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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.

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN
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 🪙

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

All of those companies have real assets and real cash flows. There is theoretically a bottom point at which the market capitalization is below the total real assets of a company. If you buy below that, it's a relatively safe bet because even if the company goes bankrupt and is liquidated, the company's value is determined by its assets. Plus, thinking that coca-cola, apple, MS, or AMZN will go to zero is silly.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Charles Hoskinson did an Amazon job… AMZN j… No Amazon job. Amazing job. Yes, *inhale deeply* amazing job in front of congress today.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Or it’s the bubble popping for good this time This is so amazing to me. How people actually think this could be true. You really think Bitcoin is simply a bubble? How did it not "pop for good" the last 8 times it had a 70% drawback? All of those times it was different because the price was... lower? So now, you have this "bubble" token that... is still worth $20,000? This idea is **exactly** the same as people who would sell AMZN, GOOG, etc stocks during the dot com bust. Sure, there were losers in the dot com bubble that would never come back. But "The Internet" didn't pop for good.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

not only crypto dumping hard, tech stock prices have also dropped to pre-pandemic prices AMZN,FB,NFLX back to 2018 price , btc prices are still above the pandemic price holding up quite strong

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Go to fidelity. Open a personal investment account Open a personal Roth IRA if your company doesn't offer one Put money in each. Mostly ETFs and sector ETFs. And a few stocks. Enable "reinvest dividends" Let sit Readjust occasionally. Put stop loss orders when market is bearish I Series bonds are paying 10% + right now. 1000x on AMZN stock 10x on AMD stock 4x on Games Workshop Stock. There. You can do this today. You don't need to trade every day. You don't even need to stress. If you do this with your first job and let it sit you can retire before 65.

Mentions:#AMZN#AMD
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Did you even read the article? He’s basically saying that it’s *because it’s the only crypto asset not competing on tech or product It’s competing primarily on security/stability. So if bitcoin fails, it probably won’t be because it’s replaced by something better* You can read his while twitter thread here: https://twitter.com/aridavidpaul/status/1536764452040843267?s=21&t=gOvPZOhJQHgz2QEUzAOOig And in comparison to Amazon, they focused on what they promised and delivered, while other companies like Ebay didn’t make it as far as AMZN because they only had their best interests in mind.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bought BTC. Bought AMZN.

Mentions:#BTC#AMZN
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Wait till amzn crashes another 50% after bad er in next several quarters. AMZN is bleeding money.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMZN that place where they work their employees to a quick death?

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"AMZN is much more affordable" That's now how it works.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Profit can come from the growth of a company. Amazon going from nothing to a trillion dollar company generating billi9ns in profits didn’t cost anyone. Early investments turned into big riches. More recent investments small riches. No one lost money for AMZN to grow. It maintains value because it’s a profit machine. That’s how real investing works. Crypto is a pump and dump scheme. Bitcoin only costs what it takes in electricity to mine it. It’s only value is someone willing to hold it. Bitcoin itself earns no money. Makes nothing and generates nothing. The algorithm halving the rewards simply makes it more expensive to pay for energy to get the next Bitcoin. If everyone decided Bitcoin is stupid it would go to zero. If people started hating Amazon stock then Amazon would just take their profits and buy their own stock up and become private. Crypto and stocks are two very different things.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Look at other assets - stocks (DOTCOM, remember that? AMZN crashed 95% from its high in 2001 and took 9 years to recover. If you had bought AMZN at the low, you would be up as much as some of the BTC Hodlers. Yep. Human nature hasn't changed - 500 years ago or so in the Tulip mania a bulbof tulip, a single bulb, could get you a house in Amsterdam at the time :)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He’s actually not wrong, in simple terms; ANYONE can just copy & paste Bitcoin’s code, but not all code is created equal, same with blockchains. But the problem of creating a new coin to kill an existing one won’t work because those *new projects* would need to overtake it’s competitors in network value (users, activity, updates). But if history is any indicator, those *coin* killers never usually overtake Bitcoin or Ethereum, and I doubt any of those new projects will ever takeover BTC and ETH. (ie BSV, LTC, NMC, Terra, ONE, SOL) [list of btc copy&paste projects, all failed, some barely surviving](https://www.coinlore.com/coins/sha256) and [list of eth competitors](https://coinmarketcap.com/view/smart-contracts/) *It’s similar to how there’s many companies similar to GOOG and AMZN, but they never walk pass those giants.* And is crypto a scam? There was never any ill intent when Satoshi or Vitalik created their coins, even the doge founders created their coin as a joke, but look at how that turned out But under the iceberg you got all these scams built on these smart contract platforms, which just slows down the overall growth of the project, just think of these shitcoins as parasites, only good thing about them is that they bring in new users to the project more than the actual project itself. (ie SFM, SHIB, and other safe/inu coins) But there’s definitely going to be a documentary 10-20 years from now about the scam coins and platforms, similar to what we had from the 90’s boiler rooms

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Stocks are supported by fundamentals. Owning AMZN means you own $386B in revenue and $21B in profit. Owning BTC means you own BTC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Talking retailers, there is only one that matters. Ticker symbol AMZN. It won't help if 75% of retailers accept crypto but they don't. Otherwise, it's not retailers we should care about, but payment processors. There are four that matter, the retailer from above is one of them. Most promising for accepting crypto right now is Paypal.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I didn’t bet millions, that’s what it’s worth now. It was and is an appropriate allocation relatively to my overall financial picture and risk tolerance. Primarily public equities bought and held (AMZN, TSLA helped). Some active options trading. Made a few private investments one of which did extremely well and the others flamed out. No I will not be sharing any sort of documentation bc I’m not stupid and don’t care what anonymous redditors think of me. I don’t mind sharing my approach and what has worked for me, but I don’t owe anyone anything and certainly don’t need to justify myself to anyone.

Mentions:#AMZN#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Meanwhile Nancy Pelosi is nailing AMZN and GOOG call options at the bottom, has been proven to break insider trading rules, has been fined along with 50+ other members of congress.

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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/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I will give the book a read, but personally I still think that your admirable sentiment is naiive when looking at modern markets (forex, crypto, stocks, etc.), and you were not especially clear that you were ignoring fees and assuming that everyone's earnings always increased and having a purely altruistic assumption of people involved in trading The problem is that in MODERN markets, there are hundreds if not thousands of people trading, some short, some long, some speculating gains, others speculating crashes; there will ALWAYS be loosers in that game, it is sadly a fact that cherry picked systems disguise but don't eliminate (you are using VERY simplistic trading views between 2 people, NOT the modern globalized system where hundreads of people are making trades, which Yes would be nonzero IF they were the only trades operating, but for example, when I send a request to buy BTC that isn't the only request that Binance gets that day, they have hundreds of requests and trades with fees etc. I was using Person A and B simplistically for my AMZN hypothetical because I could not be bothered to type out the different positions of persons ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ and the myriad ways they could have been involved in trades in relation to AMZN where at least one of them would have taken a loss no matter what direciton AMZN moved in the short, medium and long terms TL:DR nice thought, but IRL in modern markets involving more than 2 people it doesn't work

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nonzero does not mean costless. It means that you are making money from helping others get what they want. As for AMZN example, you are assuming that both people involved in the trade must be interested in the same thing: short term gains. But maybe person A thinks Amazon is going to go up in a year, whereas person B is afraid it might go down next month. They have different investment windows, so person A gets what they want -- a good long term investment -- and person B also gets what they want -- to be rid of a bad short term investment. That is win/win. So it works for any maeket. The barter system was just an accessible example. Nothing that I said or Robert Wright said in his book depends on barter. When people have BTC that they wish to unload for ETH and I have ETH and wish to go vice versa, the market that puts us together is win/win because it gave us both what we want that we would not have had without the market. That is nonzero. Seriously -- read the book. You will understand the world a lot better.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Whilst I appreciate your sentiment - modern markets (forex, stocks and shares, crypto) are NOT barter systems like you have described, if I want to buy BTC I'll probably use USD, and I'm not sending my USD to Dave so he can send me his BTC cost-free, I'm sending it to a broker and paying for the privilage (transaction costs, etc.) somewhere along the line Person A thinks AMZN is gonna go up, Person B thinks AMZN is gonna go down for either person A or B to 'win', the other person must loose (replace AMZN with USD/EUR/ETH/whatever business/currency you like

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Still think that's a smart term play. I'm about 50/50 equities and cryto. Was more heavily weighted crypo in fall, obv. Of crypto, 95% is comprised of BTC and ETH. Of Equities, 90% is in GOOG, AMZN, MSFT, TSLA, NVDA.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The same could be said for AMZN or any non-dividend paying stonk, which is most of them these days.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And as any psychologist, economist, or other social scientist with a PhD could tell you, the concept of modeling works great for the natural material world or particles and forces because it is devoid of consciousness or intention. Humans, however, can choose to follow rules or break them, can come up with new rules that invert the old ones overnight, and most importantly can act according to diverse rationales, up to and including sacrificing themselves in battle to save fellow countrymen to whom they are not genetically related (the so called altruism problem) or voting for a president who admits he plans to harm their economic interests because he promises to be mean to the people they hate (just to pick a random hypothetical). Much of economic theory depends on a so-called "rational actor" model of individual people maximizing their own economic good. But much other research challenges that with the dynamics of people in groups acting against their own "rational" interest out of "emotional" motivations. I'm just skimming the surface of a complex problem of using, say, mathematical models of prior human behavior to predict future human behavior. People routinely do destroy good things that work, even if your case is crypto is a good thing that works. People routinely do get impatient, or overly greedy to where they forget to follow a disciplined strategy, or fearful to where they also forget to exercise self-discipline, and FOMO or cash out in a down market. Fight or flight responses are much more primitive (evolutionarily speaking) than our intuitions and instincts for thinking with abstractions like "money" and "future income." I'm with OP. I've been investing for about 30 years as a regular middle class dude. I've mostly followed the classic disciplined strategy of buying and holding stocks in quality companies and index funds and diversifying broadly across the sectors of the market including fixed income and real estate. I've lived through the effervescence of the late 1990s and the dot com crash, and also through the 2008 crash and bear market. I just kept DCA'ing in and I'm approaching retirement in Zfine shape. I would tell any young investor that decades of data give us a more reliable assurance about that strategy than any other of your goal is *sufficient* wealth. But that is of course a personal choice and varies a lot. "Fuck you money" is a whole other thing and most of the people who have it started with some head start. But a few got smart or lucky on things like lottery tickets or a really good stock pick or early adopting Bitcoin. Not everyone will be lucky. And it's hard for us to admit to ourselves but most of us are not likely as smart as we think we are. There are smarter people trying to beat the system than you. ALWAYS. But maybe you'll be luckier than them. And of course there's the ethical question of what you're willing to do to beat the system, and whether that includes taking wealth out of the hands of other people like you who are less smart, less lucky, etc. A lot of crypto investment culture seems to cross that line, but then again so do publicly traded stocks. I own some AMZN and it's made me a lot of money over the years. I bought it early when the company was still mostly just an online bookstore but obviously had its hands on something important. But to get as big as it has it has exploited the labor of people a lot less educated or privileged than me, and imposed significant carbon costs on the society at large, and killed many small businesses that were important institutions in real communities. I've made big gains on the back of these practices. So have tens of millions of other Americans who are somehow invested in the company (often via mutual funds or pension funds so they didn't choose the stocks themselves). So the ethical issues aren't specific to crypto. But they aren't solved by crypto either. Or some are and new ones are introduced.

Mentions:#OP#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

the fact that AMZN is ONLY worth 5 times ETH is all you need to know about what is in store

Mentions:#AMZN#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETH and AMZN are comparable ? Yea I guess if you ignore that one’s not a company that adjusted for market cap AMZN is worth 5x ETH …

Mentions:#ETH#AMZN
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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You’ve psyched yourself out of the market, probably spot on about a crash, but less so on how bad. An economic recession isn’t an economic depression. Most of the 70s were in or felt like a recession and I lived thru that. This one won’t be as bad unless there are continued world or US events that force or cause the economy to react lower and continuously—like a steady move towards world war, US political-civil strife, famine, terrorism, power system disruptions, major missteps by the fed or the President, etc, which play out over 3-10 years. The markets survived back then, 70s, and while high inflation drives away speculative money, “the market climbs a wall of worry”—it will rebound, slowly zig-zag or strongly, no one will know until it happens. The crypto bear is here or so it seems, and while no one knows for sure how bad, BTC has a habit of crashing hard, 80-90% during past bears. However, with the slow and increasing institutional investments, and low but steady world adoption, I suspect a BTC if this is indeed a bear, will not retrace as deep, maybe 66-80%, or as fast as previous crashes and could play out more slowly than in the past. That would still suck bad but if you’re indeed an OG, you seemed to have forgotten that blockchain despite all of its good, bad and ugly crypto assets, tokens and coin, represents an obvious technological-internet revolution that’s not going away. We are all early, like venture capitalists investing in MSFT or AMZN years before their IPO. Dollar-cost down just like you know to do when the market is trending higher.

Mentions:#BTC#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nope just AMZN

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I wasn’t attempting to say anything is intrinsically wrong with PoS. Besides, I don’t believe it to be intrinsically bad. I do disagree with the “million little guys”’outweighing whales though is all. It’s all theoretical and has never happened in a large cap PoS chain, and there’s no reason to believe it ever will happen in the coming decades without some breakthrough in “democratic” chains or something. It would be like pointing out all those little retail investors who own large cap MSFT, AAPL, NVDA, AMZN, GOOG shares could outweigh the whales who own shares in a proxy vote. Well, no it’s impossible: You can count them up, just like you can count up the stake of the top known whales and on every larger cap PoS chain and see no way can the little guys even budge the whales. *The only time it matters (at this point in history) is basically for breaking “ties” between whales, which is at least something though*.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've made more money this year on the wrapped Luna i bought to be a part of the meme then my MSFT/APPLE/AMZN stock combined . The world is a lie !!

Mentions:#APPLE#AMZN
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Why are you treating me like I don't like Crypto? I never had AMZN, the only stocks I had were TSLA and GPS, I have 100% on Crypto and I am mostly an Ethereum trader, its my favourite asset for swing and position trades. But I took everything out of my ETH and Metamask wallets to my BTC wallet in case this goes wrong. You just think in one dimension so I am not talking to you anymore. Fucking dumb kid. Hope you lose all your money in ETH and I stack my ETH from idiots like you for 500$ or whatever.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Go buy AMZN see how well that did over the same time period. Hint: ETH outperformed AMZN during the past 12 months! GLTA!!!

Mentions:#AMZN#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$AMZN took 6 years to recover from 2001 to 2007. It took BTC 2 years from $3000 to $30000. 15 years, no

Mentions:#AMZN#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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?!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So stocks I’m looking to buy are AMZN, KO, BA, DIS, and FUN. (Amazon, Coca Cola, boeing, Disney, and cedar fair). As far as price targets go I don’t really have any, I’m just waiting to assess the impacts of the next couple FOMC meetings, because if the fed raises rates at both we won’t be close to the bottom yet imo. As far as cryptos go, just BTC and ETH although I do have a bag of ADA. Anything under 30k is solid for BTC and anything under 2k for ETH. Although I think we still have a ways to go before we hit bottom

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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!

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Cool, now do AMZN, FB, NFLX, TWTR, SQ, SHOP ect....

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That can be said about any trading market. You always need new money coming in. Is buying AMZN stock a Ponzi scheme? In theory yes if no one wants to buy it anymore.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's a ponzi scheme, whether Bitcoin or Luna. Dump your coins. Invest your money into good companies with proven track records like APPL and AMZN or better yet, an index ETF that does the job of picking future winners for you. Sleep like baby knowing you're good on the long run.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

L1s apart from BTC and ETH would not be viable long-term, there's room for only one more at max now. I'm not saying all those DOT, ALGO, SOL are bad it's just that they're too late for the party for the possible incremental advantage they bring in. Innovation is going to drive the market, if someone brings something completely new to the table like how ETH brought when Crypto was just BTC. I don't know what that would be but someone has to really create something. I know this might upset people or feel attacked..but I'm NOT saying remaining L1s are bad it's just that the early movers advantage is not there. Imagine me trying to bring a new e-commerce app, it has to be substantially different or better value prop than AMZN. Also everything is possible insta, whatsapp, reddit, FB, linked in all exist despite all of them being Social Networking apps, but if you observe all of them are very very different and cater to different use-cases and experiences.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My balls hurt reading this. WTF were you thinking. $80 ---> $3 Buy the DIP! Put that money into TSLA or AMZN and you would be rich! in 2 years

r/BitcoinSee Comment

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...

r/BitcoinSee Comment

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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don’t feel that at all, but then I really believe in those points in the post. I think crypto is going to be baked into our lives, visibly and invisibly, the way smartphone functionality is now. It won’t even be recognizable in 10-20 years. All I see is $1.60 AMZN in 1997.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

See. This is where your bias shows. Which metric, apart from gut instinct, shows that Tesla's value is within the realm of fairness? >TSLA is trading at a P/E of 113.81, a P/S of 15.38, and a 142.52x multiple on its FCF. The numbers are drastically inflated as TSLA has no business trading at a larger P/S multiple than AMZN, which trades at 11.31 P/S when it has grown its revenue by $341.76 billion over the previous 3.25 years compared to TSLA's $40.73 billion of revenue growth. TSLA has generated $6.93 billion in FCF over the TTM, while Mr. Market has placed a 142.52x multiple on TSLA due to $7.15 billion FCF growth over the past 3.25 years. FB trades at a 15.19x FCF multiple while growing FCF by $23.45 billion over this period which is more than 3x what TSLA has generated in the TTM. (From seeking alpha) >Yes, the tenant trashing the property is a risk, but generally if you buy in high class neighborhoods that's not a significant risk. Also picking something that happens in rare situations and saying that's a reason not to do something isn't a valid argument. By that logic we wouldn't drive because it risks loss of everything. We can get statistics for risk and make logical inferences based on those statistics. Obviously nothing is guaranteed, and if you want to use a reductionist argument to say everything with risk is speculation then you have removed all forms of meaning from the word because then I'm speculating I won't die every time I walk down the stairs. Provide stats on BTC going to zero then. If you're using statistical analysis feel free to share your data.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>It's like buying a house and letting it sit empty and expecting a positive return when anybody can simply make their own houses (other crypto). This is exactly what is happening though. People buy houses, make minor changes and then sell them for tens of thousands more? House prices have been rising by about 10% every single year near me. >Yes, renting out your crypto would be similar to renting out a house, with the major exception that housing is necessary for human life. So like purchasing commercial office space? Or retail? Etc. >Also the risks are far different, the legal system protects your asset you are renting out whereas if nobody pays back your crypto loan the government won't involve the authorities to get your asset back. Yep. There's also risky non crypto investments. Doesn't change anything though. >Also, GOOGL and AMZN don't pay dividends because the shareholders are happy with the returns. If they were to remain flat for five years or so I can guarantee you the shareholders would vote in a dividend or share buyback. Same with some cryptos? Plenty of cryptos have similar mechanisms that the holders can vote on.

Mentions:#GOOGL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, renting out your crypto would be similar to renting out a house, with the major exception that housing is necessary for human life. Also the risks are far different, the legal system protects your asset you are renting out whereas if nobody pays back your crypto loan the government won't involve the authorities to get your asset back. But yes, lending crypto is a different beast and my issue is people buying and holding and simply expecting the price to increase. It's like buying a house and letting it sit empty and expecting a positive return when anybody can simply make their own houses (other crypto). Also, GOOGL and AMZN don't pay dividends because the shareholders are happy with the returns. If they were to remain flat for five years or so I can guarantee you the shareholders would vote in a dividend or share buyback.

Mentions:#GOOGL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>A crypto like Bitcoin has no 'cheap' valuation and no 'expensive' valuation. You will never get any earnings from Bitcoin. It will never make you more money unless you convince somebody to buy it from you. You'll never get money from GOOGL or AMZN unless you get someone to buy it from you. >You can have a positive return with stocks, real estate, and bonds even if you NEVER sell the asset. That is the fundamental difference. Crypto is ONLY speculation. Speculation exists for other assets but it is not the sole return driver. See, you're talking about positive returns from real estate? Do you mean by renting your asset out? Similar to how you can essentially rent your crypto out as well?

Mentions:#GOOGL#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is there a website where I can see charts of crypto compared to charts of stock or stock indexes? Looking to compare ALGO BTC SPY AMZN and NFLX on 6 month and 5 yr timeline

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I also started working in August 2009 as an engineer. Maxed out my 401k match, bought a bunch of TSLA, AMZN, and other tech stocks with my paycheck (my freakin' rent was $350, jesus). This is the only reason my retirement account is 6 figures and I own a home - if I hadn't been pouring money in at the lowest point, I am not sure I would have been able to make a down payment.

Mentions:#TSLA#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exactly. Stocks with a similar risk profile to BTC/ETH have gotten hammered. Even some less risky stocks like AMZN META NFLX have gotten hammered.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Top 5 shitcoin list of the day - (emotionless humor included) AMZN (bald wanker w/ poor taste in women runs this bitch what do u expect (+/- 100% employee dissatisfaction rate)) SAVE (may as well fly the plane yourself) CRO (the devs only wanted to meet matt damon (+sick fetish with shiny cards) ) LRC (bc lmao) APE (u really thought this was 'the one'????)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Buffet also missed AMZN entirely. Just goes to show that you only need to be right on a few things to get insanely rich.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are confusing the Crypto market with the overall economy. Crypto markets may crash, but wall street, TSLA and AMZN will have minimal impact from a Crypto collapse.

Mentions:#TSLA#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The last dip was triggered by AMZN earnings. We’re in earnings season.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm very proud of Bitcoin , absolutely absurd how well it's held up. We are actually still up over the last 90 days lmao unlike some shitcoins (cough cough.....AMZN cough)

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Turns out AMZN was the biggest shitcoin of them all ! Led by a bald wanker with poor taste in women.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I dont use robinhood for crypto, I use it for AMZN and GOOGL stock holding, and I’m pretty sure they have no control over the money that is invested into shares under my name

Mentions:#AMZN#GOOGL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My 5 AMZN stocks have royalty fucked my ass

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where are people getting AMZN stock price? Google tells me it's barely moved, and still up compared to days ago?

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good thing Bitcoin doesn’t have earnings calls, goddamn AMZN

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

uh oh—AMZN tanking, BTC to follow 💩

Mentions:#AMZN#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wasn’t AMZN going to adopt AMP?

Mentions:#AMZN#AMP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think AMZN is going to get crushed most of all. If you look back at their previous quarter the only thing that kept them in the green was their investment in Rivian (stock was sky high). Looking at the RIVN chart now, unless AMZN has something hidden up their sleeve, it’s gonna be bad. They played the stock split card already and it’s been mixed as it is.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can see FB going to shit. AMZN beat for me but will be thrilling

Mentions:#FB#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think we’ll see green tomorrow but look out Wednesday and Thursday. Could be a blood bath waiting to happen with FB and AMZN. Will be nice to see how much further Robbinghood drops on Thursday though.

Mentions:#FB#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Let's see how MSFT and AMZN etc get on over the next few days. Big tech companies earnings reports will dictate Crypto market sentiment.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe with public companies there are already under these constraints federally. Bezos for example can’t sell half his stack of AMZN stocks for example without some very heavy consequences. In fact unlike crypto, they have ways of reversing the sell. You do a rug pull, at best you attempt to go after the devs after the fact.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Scamming as in committing fraud is illegal, rug pulling isn’t scamming, it’s just selling your stake, which is legal. Elon could rug TSLA and Bezos could rug AMZN and it wouldn’t be illegal, they are allowed to sell their holdings.

Mentions:#TSLA#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought one share of AMZN at $1914, but had I known about ₿ I would have put it all there

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where are my AMZN tokens, Jeff?

Mentions:#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mark Z is gonna ‘step away’ from’Meta’ too like Jeff did AMZN so we don’t directly hate the company as much as we do the billionaire running it

Mentions:#AMZN
r/BitcoinSee Comment

That doesn't answer the question. Nobody has a time machine to go back and buy it in 2013. By "zoom out" logic I could say AMZN stock is an inflation hedge too.

Mentions:#AMZN
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Calm down. The reason is much more bland, remember that life is not a Hollywood movie. It's because many institutions need several *years* to be able to legally buy Bitcoin. Many of them can only invest in securities (like stocks) but not in property (like real estate or Bitcoin). Michael Saylor says it can take a company so encumbered up to 3 years to get all the legal work done to be able to buy *property.* Another reason is that the US president has declared only *a week or so ago* that the US government has no plans to hinder Bitcoin. Without such declaration, most companies (even those legally able to buy property) would have a hard time lining up their boards and shareholders to buy significant amounts of BTC. Face it, not every CEO is a genuine rocket scientist from the MIT like Michael Saylor. So realistically you can start counting 2-3 years from *now.* Patience is the name of the game, it took almost 20 years to get AMZN stock working.

Mentions:#BTC#MIT#AMZN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The merge isn’t priced in. The anticipation of the merge is. It’s like this with all events for all assets. If AMZN announces a stock split, the market anticipates the split to happen and prices in the expected effect. The difference here is that a stock split is pretty predictable, you know pretty much exactly what the effects will be. For the ETH merge, not so much.

Mentions:#AMZN#ETH