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Every piece of financial advice you've every seen in social media, news, crypto news, every course for money etc is out rip you off

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An approximated analysis of DOGE future price based on the current circulating supply

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Crypto trades 24/7 and it makes for a wild ride. Do we need stocks trading 24/7?

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7.5 billion people, 200 million companies globally and 192 sovereign nations will have to share between the last 2 million bitcoin left to be mined.

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The FUD is real. So it’s my story time. This is how I turned $20k into an engagement ring, baller wedding, Tesla, and a year-long sabbatical.

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Vitalik Buterin Was Skeptical Of Elon Musk's Twitter 'Blue Check' Plan: 'How Well This Works Depends On...' - Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA)

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It is amazing to see how much more stable Bitcoin has become in comparison to all those tech stocks. Coinbase Stock is way more volatile than Bitcoin itself right now.

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For those who haven't DCA today, wait for tomorrow, after hours are all red

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A tokenized exchange to trade corporate earnings

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Why do you even bother with crypto?

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What's going on with TSLA should be a lesson for us all in crypto.

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How much would you have if you bought $17,000 worth of BTC 5 years ago

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I see Binance is offering wrapped TSLA. Does anyone know whether its possible to short TSLA there?

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Most People lost money on Blue Chip Crypto, Meme Coins, NFTs, "Stable-coins", Meta-verse tokens, lending, borrowing, bridges, POS, POW, POH, Storage, Remittances etc... What actually is working in this space?

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Ahead of fed SPX BTC AMGN TSLA AAPL MSFT G00GL Gold Bonds Oil hard to call with much news out there.

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A look at BTC vs some of the hottest stocks since the march 2020 bottom.

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ACTUAL blockchain use cases

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CrytpoKaleo accuses TSLA of causing the liquidation of 3AC and catalyzing the BTC crash when they sold 75% of their BTC holdings at an average price of $28,888

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Tesla has dumped 75% of its bitcoin holdings. How much further do you think BTC will fall due to this sell-off?

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The reasoning behind why TSLA liquidated some of its BTC holdings.

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Confliction

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Market Red Pill - Why Fundamentals and Technical Indicators Don't Matter

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And still hodling strong: Tesla (TSLA) has lost over $500 million from its Bitcoin investment amid crypto winter

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Another fake Elon Musk bitcoin scam

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Got Wrecked, Took Loans & Need Help

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For my all my Elon lovers and crypto people, would you rather have 15 TSLA share or 5 ETH?

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LoL USDT

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In light of USDT

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Where to find stock market charts priced in BTC?

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anyone here want to get revenge on citadel?

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RBIF!! Listen to this AMA!! RBIF has utility that could take this coin 1000% Must listen AMA!!!!

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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I want to support a cryptocurrency payment on my website. Which coin should I use for these $5 purchases?

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Why does crypto create a cult-like response from people so often?

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Bitcoin savings account.

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Elon Musk & Cathie Wood youtube videos from ArkInvest removed?

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Mirror Protocol (MIR): What's your opinion on it and the fact that you can trade assets and stocks such as Tesla and Apple on it?

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Crypto News today - 3 Possible Reasons for Bitcoin’s Surge Above $47K

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Overview of what is RoboInu Finance (RBIF) Enjoy!!

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Analysis: Correlation between Bitcoin and the stock market correlation are near an all time high

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Analysis: Bitcoin and Stock-market correlation are near an all time high, possibly indicating BTC is largely adopted by traditional institutions

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The corrupt SEC is getting in a dire situation. XRP likely to win the case and Elon Musk is just preparing the next one. At least one cause to celebrate!

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The corrupt SEC is getting in a dire situation. XRP likely to win the case and Elon Musk is just preparing the next one. A cause to celebrate!

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The corrupt SEC is getting in a dire situation. XRP likely to win the case and Elon Musk is just preparing the next one. A cause to celebrate!

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Robo Inu Finance | RBIF | First exchange listing tomorrow 23 Feb on Bitmart | Growing +ve community | reflections

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

This $TSLA put was on my Robinhood Watchlist. Wish I went through with it!

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Tesla Changes S.Korea Ads After Antitrust Probe Faulted Batteries

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What are the best cryptocurrencies for beginners?

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Don’t Ignore the Risk While Investing in Shiba Inu

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Tesla (TSLA) is now holding about $2 billion in Bitcoin

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Meta's earnings are going to push it strongly towards cryptocurrency.

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The SEC is coming after defi

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Daily Dose of Crypto

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Tesla Inu 100x Potential |stealth launched| Huge Giveaway for holders in next 2 hours| Liquidity locked 🚀 BSC Token hidden gem| 100x project

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Tesla Inu 100x Potential 🚀| stealth launched 1 hour ago|Still low marketcap| Liquidity locked 🚀 BSC Token hidden gem| Giveaway for holders🚀

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Tesla Inu 100x Potential |just stealth launched| Huge marketing campaign| Liquidity locked 🚀 BSC Token hidden gem

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Tesla Inu 100x Potential⚡️ |Just Stealth Launched |Low MC|Liquidity locked| Contract Verified |

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Buy the Rumor Sell the News works both ways

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Tesla IS accepting DOGE.... that's the reality and to pretend that being able to buy some toys or a belt buckle (835 DOGE) in the Tesla Store is not adoption is disingenuous at best. True adoption = a company accepting a crypto currency for its functionality, in this case being currency.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Tesla will NOT be accepting DOGE.... that's the reality and to pretend that being able to buy some toys or a belt buckle (835 DOGE) in the Tesla Store is the same thing as actual adoption is disingenuous at best. True adoption = being able to buy a Model S or a Cybertruck using DOGE.

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Tesla will NOT be accepting DOGE.... that's the reality and to pretend that being able to buy some toys or a belt buckle (835 DOGE) in the Tesla Store is the same thing as actual adoption is disingenuous at best. True adoption = being able to buy a Model S or a Cybertruck using DOGE.

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Mass Adoption and Price Growth Correlation?

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Out of Fiat, Should I Sell TSLA to Buy More Crypto?

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The Ghost of Mt.Gox Part 4: HODL to poverty

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🎶The BabyMusk Song🎶 is driving everyone crazy. $BABYMUSK is the ultimate Baby coin with one main goal: being mentioned and possibly adopted by Elon Musk. Hold $BABYMUSK and gain rewards in BTC. ✅ Audited.

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Santa Floki Surges After Elon Musk Tweet

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Santa Floki Surges After Elon Musk Tweet

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Different investing strategies in Crypto : Do you Hodl? Do you take Profit? Do you maximize Net Gains in a Stablecoin or Altcoin or a new coin/token/project that just gets released/listed?

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The Global Financial System is No Less a Ponzi Scheme than the Advancement Crypto

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Taxes question

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Elon Musk Mixes Tesla and Dogecoin

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Elon Musk Mixes Tesla and Dogecoin

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What we buying during this juicy dip??

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FT with a front page warning against 'fake money", claiming crypto value is being generated out of thin air. Why does it burn so much that Internet age founders can find a way to democratically distribute value to participants?

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After Landing AMC, Could This Whale Be Shiba Inu's Next Merchant?

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On Crypto Volatility

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This discussion about meme coins needs to be had.

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$SHIB target?

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Chamath pump Solana on All in Podcast episode 55

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Evergrande: The new recurring FUD

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Will Elon Musk tweet(poll) about BITCOIN again after we saw what he did with TSLA and it puked today?

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Help required for merging crypto transaction data with stock/shares transaction data for UK CGT tax purposes

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What does real world crypto adoption look like to you?

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Converting Stocks to Crypto

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Let’s say Elon has to sell 10% of his holding of TSLA. What will he buy with all the cash?

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Elon may buy around $25 billion worth of Bitcoin with his personal money. Here's how he may be setting this up...

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Elon may buy around $25 billion worth of Bitcoin with his personal money. Here's how he may be setting this up...

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Long - If you had to pick 3 to prioritize over the rest, and invest your hard earned time and money, which would you choose, and why? ADA, AMP, ALGO, DOT, LRC, MANA, MATIC, SOL or XLM? No apex, no meme.

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💲💰 MoonVember- Just Lunched Fairlaunch Elon Tweeted About Us 💲💰

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Dont be upset if your coin didnt pump. Compare your coin to stocks and everything is fine

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Is Elon Musk our version of Martin Shkreli?

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ETH is a new TSLA for retail investors

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FullerStock | GameStop leads the way as meme stocks eye best day since Aug

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💰T1mes is not just a BEP-20 Token,it is a phenomen of celebrating because %TSLA reached 1 trillion market cap.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What happens to car companies and airlines if the the laws of physics are broken and everyone can fly like Superman. (Wrings hands) Should I buy TSLA puts?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

CN se put AAPL, TSLA or MSFT on the same chart? Or would that make BTC searches unintelligible without a microscope?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

quite terrible earnings for TSLA and Netflix no?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

She buys HOOD & TSLA all the time. I don't listen to people who are part of the scam.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pretty sure she also thinks TSLA hitting like 4k by 2030

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What if I am an Institutional Investor and I buy say $10 Million worth of this ETF Can Also lend it out like a Stock or a Bond and earn 3% or 4% or 5% on it ? Or if I buy it and put it into Cold Storage is that better ? Where is the Lending Power and Borrowing Power vs. A Blue Chip like APPL or TSLA

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Will be interesting if TSLA can earnings are positive

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Key Financial Events Next Week: 1. Retail Sales data - Tuesday 2. Building Permit data - Wednesday 3. Existing Home Sales data - Thursday 4. Jobless Claims data - Thursday 5. $TSLA $NFLX $GS and $MS earnings 6. ~10% of S&P 500 reports earnings

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would diversify your portfolio. If you like risk, then invest in tech, aka TSLA. Also have some in a high yield dividend portfolio so that when the markets are red, you can convert that to your high risk investments.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>When you purchase shares or tokens on the secondary market you don’t form any contract with the issuer you are buying from other brokers, speculators, investors, etc. I understand that a security is not the *thing*, it's the *agreement*. If I buy $1MIL of TSLA from a brokerage, I just bought shares. If I called the Tesla CFO directly and invested $1MIL for some preferred stock and other rights, that would be a security (right?) If that's the case, how could any brokerage or exchange (trad-fi or crypto) ever be guilty of "selling unregistered securities" if all they are doing is facilitating the trade of a share or token/coin between brokers, speculators and investors who have no contract with the issuer? It's not that they are "selling unregistered securities" rather "they are facilitating the trade of an (share/coin/token) that was never registered with the SEC" Right? Telsa couldn't have just skipped the S1 and IPO process and somehow flooded the market with shares to be freely traded on exchanges without ever having registered. (could they?) The shares themselves may not be securities, but the registration must have happened for the brokerages to be allowed to offer them. Correct? If so, then I don't see how yesterdays ruling allows exchanges to suddenly start listing XRP again. The token itself may not be considered a security (just as a Tesla share isn't a security) but Ripple Labs never registered, Tesla did. Wouldn't they have to register before an exchange would be allowed to offer it?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Tesla complied with the registration requirements in order to IPO and do subsequent fundraising rounds. So I don’t understand that analogy. I'm just trying to understand why the split in the ruling. Tesla files an S1, goes through the process, sells shares of the stock they issued to participants in the IPO to raise funds for operations - all insiders or institutional buyers hoping to see profits from that investment based on the efforts of Telsa. That is a registered sale of a security. Meets the Howie test, clear to all. I then, as retail guy, go to my brokerage and buy some shares of TSLA, also hoping to see profits based on the efforts of Tesla. Is that sale to me not also the sale of a registered security just as it was to the IPO participants? An investment contract where I hope to profit from the efforts of Tesla? It seems with crypto, the ruling here is saying that the pre-mine and ICO was an illegal sale of an unregistered security, but sales of the token itself by an exchange do NOT represent the sale of a security. It doesn't feel like these "tokens" are any different than "shares in a company" though, in reality. Telsa certainly couldn't have skipped registration and IPO and simply started selling shares to retail on brokerages - that would be an illegal sale of a unregistered security, no? Why is the share sold on an exchange a security yet a "token" isn't when they were all created and issued to grow a company and create profits? It just seems to me that most coins were created by some person or small group of people coming together and creating their own block-chain software (or modifying bitcoin code), essentially forming a software company, minting some huge quantity of tokens to distribute first to themselves, then to "institutional" investors in an ICO and then marketing it to retail. How is that any different than issuing shares in an IPO and then selling shares on exchanges? It seems most rational people would say "it's not any different, these are software companies using "blockchain", "decentralized", "token" vocabulary to skirt around the laws, and many (but not all) of them are doing so fully intent from the start on defrauding retail investors through pump and dumps. Almost all of these coins really aren't decentralized at all, it's just a team that formed a software company, wrapped their equity structure in "tokens and blockchain" rather than "shares" to get around securities laws. That's what it seems like to me at least, but I'm sure there is much I don't know.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s like the TSLA bull that said since Tesla was adopting Bitcoin payments you could theoretically add the entire banking system to TSLAs market cap… These kind of “articles” must be satire right?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The fund has always taken profits on the way up when certain positions become too big. The difference in the previous cycle was that everything was rising together so every position stayed about the same size in the portfolio. You can see ARK taking profits on TSLA every bull run because it's almost always at the limit of their fund's single-holding rules.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Totally agree. It’s still seen as very risky and unworthy of investment by the old money crowd. The funny part is the same people who scoff at the idea of investing in crypto may simultaneously hold a significant position in growth tech like TSLA or any of the ARKK family of companies. Very similar risk profile but perceived entirely different.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is why I said... you already had that chance with where crypto is today. You had that chance with many stocks (TSLA, AAPL, other FAANG stocks, etc.). Ask yourself why you weren't there and how if it's so easy why isn't everyone else filthy rich from all these massive moons? This is why as much as I'd love to be super lucky too like winning the lottery or finding the next moon coin, I advise people to think of crypto as a PART of their asset allocation. Make sure you focus on making money from a good paycheck. Put money into safer investments like ETFs and 401ks. Max out your 401k or IRA before you start throwing thousands into crypto. Build up your house fund or your kids' college fund first. It's fine to throw $100 into crypto for every $1000 you put into 401k, but you shouldn't be putting $100 into crypto when you've put $0 into your long term savings. Don't get hurt kids.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You might win or you might not. Looking back you can find tons of combinations to make you rich. You could've retired off of TSLA before. Or you could've retired off of any of the FAANG stocks. Or what about CSCO/MSFT in the 90s? The list goes on. Or you could've already retired being in Bitcoin in 2012. Any one person can get lucky, but if you're going to disregard basic financial advice of diversifying risk and at least having a bucket in safe assets, chances are you are more likely to get hurt than to get rich.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's not investing. It's speculating. Investing is what you do to have stability of principal with an adequate return. Speculating is what you do when you expect prices to rise. Investing is when you buy US Treasury bonds yielding 4%. Investing is when you buy AAPL bonds yielding 5%. Investing is when you buy shares of a utility company that pay a stable dividend. Speculating is when you buy TSLA shares at 20x forward revenue estimates and 500x forward earnings estimates. Speculating is when you buy NVDA shares at 20x forward revenue estimates. Speculating is when you buy Bitcoin hoping the price will increase. I wish Bitcoin was more inflationary to temper its price increases. There'd be much less focus on trading and speculating and more focus on its use cases and ecosystem development.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bitcoin is the second page on MSTRs annual report, try again. TSLA reported quarterly on their btc gain/loss. Public companies try and entice investors with strong governance. That means not hiding large investments in very alternative assets. Asset managers do not typically engage in proprietary or speculative trading for their own books. There is a difference between buying client assets for their funds and managing a corporate treasury.

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Tell someone at work you own a shit load of TSLA they will look at you the same way. People have different risk tolerance

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In DOT or TSLA? Because I’m down big on both

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I was made whole a few days ago. Embed transferred my shares from FTX (TSLA shares) to my current brokerage. Now just waiting for NY court ruling to see how my coins get here, but I am glad to have put this behind me.

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Haters: 'Electric cars? American cars?' You: 'Laugh all you want, but my TSLA investment is electrifying my portfolio with a +12,732.52% surge. Who's laughing now?' 😂

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I’ve bought TSLA at $1.93 in Jan 2012.. EVERYBODY laughed at me.. “Electric cars??” and “American Cars??” +12,732.52% to date 😂

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They will keep saying this stuff until the very end, they did massive FUD on TSLA while loading up their bags as well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

but why is it that as a 'poor person' you CHOOSE to invest in crypto, and not equities - AAPL, RDSB, TSLA ?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

How many of these "sh\*tcoins'" products do you use? As I don't live in the United States I probably use a lot less than all of you: AMZN: I have ordered books from there. AAPL: I had an Apple computer as a child. META: I use WhatsApp a ton and Facebook a little bit. GOOG: Who doesn't use Google and YouTube? My phone is also Android. MSFT: I use Linux TSLA: not yet, but I hear those cars are quite good and easy to maintain. SNAP: never NFLX: never These all seem like perfectly fine stocks. I just don't see how they have the explosive potential of bitcoin.

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Swapped Algo for BTC in early March. Since then BTC has increased ~50% and Algo has dropped another ~50%. Easily the best move I’ve made in crypto so far. Still down bad, but progress is progress. $TSLA is helping the cause, too.

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Hopefully, I'll still have 2 decades left in me 😂 My diversified portfolio is pretty much set. BTC ETH TSLA AAPL MSTR etc, Several Index funds. Oh, no gold here. Oh well. And YES to your question, more BTC and it's proxies.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Consider this. Put your emergency fund into a High yield savings account. After that, DCA into BTC and TSLA. The ratio is up to you. Good luck!

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Same thing happened during TSLA crush, JPMorgan was buying enormous amounts of stock while the FUD campaign was on full throttle

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TSLA and some other stocks have 10x in my portfolio.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I honestly dont even understand what u want people to tell you. The strongest arguments pro crypto r one google away, read “The bitcoin standard” for starters. Nothing we write here will convince you coz u r shitting the bed coz its dumping now. The reason we dont promote crypto to anyone is because you shouldnt give financial advice to anyone, u could have done the same shit with TSLA like a year or so ago and people close to you would have crucified you by now (oh remember TSLA is projected to be 2800$ pre split). And on top of it crypto is in its early phases and it takes time to set it up and to manage requires at the very least some basic knowledge of surfing the space, im not going to bother to explain crypto to my father that barely knows how to open an email.

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I hate to sound like conspiracy theorists but it might be a blow on crypto for the big guyz to fill the bags. Linda like JPMorgan was doin a FUD campaign on TSLA while buying large amounts of their stock for cheap.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm very optimistic about what's currently in development. This is ETH Centric, but that's mainly what I know- Account abstraction is coming very soon. This means smart contracts can act as wallets (and vice versa) which can enable gas-free transactions. How painful is it to mint a "free" NFT only to be charged $20 in 'gas'? Soon the NFT author will be able to preload gas into their contract and enable a truly free mint, which will be much more useful as more things become tokenized (imagine buying a TSLA stock and paying $20 in gas each time, literally unfeasible). VISA is focusing on AA very much. Soon you will be able to log into the VISA homepage and do XYZ task (like set up a reoccurring bill payment) while in the background it's being processed on-chain where you have the option to self-custody your assets. *Smart wallets* are smart contracts. Most support social recovery - which is a MFA seed phrase recovery service you can set up using your own devices or trusted third parties. I have mine set up using my old phones and old computer, so if I ever lose my seed I can use 3/5 of my spare devices to recover my wallet. My wife has set hers up through customer support 2/4 so as long as she has at least 1 of her 3 devices and support is available she's able to recover her assets. CEXs or even banks may be good recovery agents to average people who don't hate the status quo - lose your wallet? No problem, just phone the bank and get them to reverse it. PDS or proto danksharding is right around the corner (Q3). This will reduce the cost to use an L2 Rollup by 30-100x, also reducing the cost to maintain or deploy an L2. If the gas fee is $0.10 today it should be fractions of 1c by the end of this year. L3 layers are being built out now. These are composable with their L2 and so there's no need to bridge assets around. Coinbase is launching their L3 soon which will be composable with Ethereum(Optimism) *and Solana* dApps. A developer will be able to deploy on the BaseL3 and pull liquidity from all of Optimism including all of its other L3s, defeating the need for dev's to deploy on 7 different chains which fragments liquidity (and adds cost/complexity). When you use an L3 it doesn't need to ask which network you're on, it will just show your total balance and you can work with that. So Grammy can buy some ETH on Coinbase, withdraw to her wallet, and then use the BaseL3 as effectively as I use ETH now across 7 different networks. Or else Grammy can continue to use her VISA and not know or care she's 'doing' Ethereum with every transaction. Things will be much more painless that way - and worst case if you make a mistake and need to undo you won't be charged a $50 learning fee. The ETH roadmap is only halfway finished now. We are absolutely still early. When I first began to use crypto 5-7 years ago it was much more difficult, more risky, and often required technical knowledge. Even since the burn was implemented very few transactions get *stuck* anymore so newcomers rarely have to learn what a nonce is. Slowly but surely.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is false. Accreditation isn't an assumed requirement to buy a registered security. If you buy a share of TSLA right now, you're buying a security. The problem with crypto securitization has nothing to do with preventing retail purchases, it has to do with the regulatory framework that would be applied to the organizations that want to sell it way more than those of us who want to buy. They would have a higher burden, more risk and registration requirements, which would result in higher retail fees, but we'd still be able to buy them. It's pretty important to keep in mind that when the SEC sends a Wells notice telling a project that it's a security, what it's really saying is "Where's my money, bitch!" It's a shakedown. They're funded through the settlements they bring in and the fees they're owes when someone registers. They're not trying to keep us from buying, they need our purchases to subsidize those fees.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exactly, she was a one hit wonder. Ever since that TSLA trade she messed up

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, but also no. You're asking a really strange question. Not literally, because 1 BTC (or whatever) will always be exactly 1 BTC. Crypto is meant to be hard money, and the only way to create more of it is to do difficult or risky work in the network for its rewards. "Is USD compounding?" - *not by itself*. Yes in practice because these are markets based on supply and demand, and the supply of fiat valuing everything is infinitely growing while the supply of crypto/stocks/etc. is relatively fixed. Compound interest from the stock market comes largely from the *increasing supply of fiat* over time (aka *debt*) unless the stock is highly profitable and issues dividends (rare these days). On average the stock market increases by ~10% in value each year, so on average each 7 years you will double your money.. **Not after 10 years** as you may imagine, because the interest you earn over time compounds with itself. This principal applies to crypto as well as any market. If every time your stock goes up $10 you take $10 in profit then your stock investments can't compound. All compound interest means is your profit is either kept in or put back into the investment *on top* of your principal amount. Example: your BTC are worth $100 and they go up 10% in value, that means you went up (100+10%) **$10** in value. BTC goes up 10% again, you don't go up by $10 the second time you go up by (110+10%) **$11** instead, and up (121+10%) **$12.1** the third time it increases by 10%, so on. Example: if you achieve a static 10% APR (not accounting for inflation) and DCA $100 a month into the stock market. On year 40 you'll have bought $48,000 worth of stocks with a net value of $530,000, and you will earn $53,000 in interest that year - notice that is more than the total amount put in! By year 60 those stocks will have a net worth of $3,600,000 off your $100/mo ($72K) principal. *This* is the beauty of compound interest. If you sell 90% some years into this scheme you will handicap how much interest you'll earn the years after. Crypto is hard to suppose such things as 10% annualized gains. It's even hard to suppose the stock market will maintain the same gains it had over the past 20-40 years, but that's what people must assume to bet on it. So it's not for certain, these things may go down in value then you have *no* rewards to compound with your principal (which is literally 1=1 unless you're holding something inflationary). But in a practical sense *with money printers existing* everything *hard* (that you can't simply make more of) compounds relative to fiat over time assuming demand is at least static. Demand for crypto has been increasing over time by any metric. The tech is finally scaling. BTC averages over an 100% annualized APR (on a 4 year cycle), so had you put $100 in after 7 years ago that'd be worth something like $12,800 right now. With that, if BTC went up 10% again you'd go up (10% of 12800) by **$1280** and not (10% of your original $100) by **$10**. Compound interest is a LONG game. 10% may not help you at all, but *45 years* of 10% absolutely can. To put it simply if you have assumptions such as *crypto will go up X% in value YoY for a long period of time*, you can use any online stock or math 'compound interest calculator' and the results will be exactly the same whether you're looking at BTC or TSLA or real estate or whatever - you're simply looking at a percentage, ie math, and the math doesn't care what your tastes are. Do be mindful of crypto inflation too, I guess. You may expect 10% in profit but if some coin inflates by 100% each year it is much more difficult for its demand to outpace the new supply all the way to the point of value appreciation... ARB for example only issued 10% so far, so if in 5 years after issuance if each one is worth 80% less or $0.20 that means the *total* (market cap) of all ARB are worth 2x what the total are worth today - the same reason fiat in your mattress isn't worth more each year.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

75% Bitcoin, 25% TSLA

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Like the time he said he was going to take TSLA private at a certain share price and then... didnt.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's what I thought when I bought TSLA at $29. "It's tripled in price baby, I've got to cut some risk!"

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I sold TSLA at x10 before any the stock splits etc in 2013.. If I kept it until ath i never had to work a single day in my life.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The more accurate question is will the Saudis who own and are in charge of that part of TSLA begin accepting BTC.

Mentions:#TSLA#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

First of all: bollocks. Secondly, 1000x in 27 years isn't as insane as it sounds. That's 29% annualized. Sure, that's a lot, more than triple the average return of the stock market, but it's less than what some TSLA ultra-fanboys expect of TSLA. Still, not gonna happen in this case.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Elon sold TSLA stock to fund his Twitter acquisition

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean, when Elon Musk sold 8bn of TSLA stock, it spent the next year going down.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I will spent 200 euro on TSLA and the rest just investing in real estate

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No no no, it goes like this: Visit WSB -> yolo options on TSLA -> sell -> buy btc

Mentions:#WSB#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pretty much just stick to indexing if you're not experienced in single stock picking / or don't have the time. I'm beating the market so far by 8%, but I didn't last year lol. I've basically picked the typical stocks like AAPL, MSFT, GOOG, TSLA, but then I've also diversified with stocks like ULVR, AZN, BRK.B, KO, ABNB, SHEL, UU. With Crypto being volatile already, I wasn't happy with just being tech & energy only, which I was before lol. In a bull run, great, but in a bear, my stock portfolio was just as down as much as Crypto lol.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sold my TSLA, AMZN and MSFT for profit and put it all in BTC. Hope I didnt fuck up

Mentions:#TSLA#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

META Market Cap surpasses both TSLA and BTC today

Mentions:#TSLA#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You mean shorts like TSLA?

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My take here is simple Regulate crypto and you lose crypto If you think that insider trading don’t exist, that big companies are traded without manipulation, that big money is made by smart great dudes — I only can smile Crypto was about 0 regulation all the time Who cares about you or someone else scammed for 2-3usd while you can literally make 10x on some shitcoin everyday 99.9 percent of projects are useless scams and rugs. Take APT for ex. The is no need for the token for APT — it’s needed for team and funds to make huge money and rug Everybody knows that 70%+ of users are Sybil farming for airdrops. Teams know that and dgaf because they take money from funds based on users count. Funds don’t care too because that have tokens and they can pump them after airdroppers dump. And yeh, retail. Well, retail get rekt every freaking time because this is how you learn. Buy ARB, AISHIB3000 or TSLA — you will get rekt 1-st time you do because this is how you learn.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exchanges? Coinbase custody alone holds 2 million on behalf of millions of customers. There are also unidentified exchange addresses, funds like GBTC and other types of custodians including collaborative custody services, not to mention public company treasuries like MSTR and TSLA. The number of addresses with 1 bitcoin (∼1 million), 0.1 bitcoin (∼6 million) and 0.01 bitcoin (∼15 million) are all trending up parabolically year after year and more and more people are taking self custody. Bitcoin continues to be become better distributed over time and always will. A billionaire or large corporate fiat entity being able to acquire more bitcoin than you has to do with fiat inequalities and not bitcoin. The reality is you had the same opportunity today as you did 14 years ago to acquire bitcoin before anyone else. Everyone in the world having the same amount of money is not equality, that would be unfair to people offering more value. Equality is everyone playing by the same rules on a level playing field including banks and governments.

Mentions:#MSTR#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TSLA is down 20%

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He was sick of the SEC going after him for everything he said publicly about TSLA. So, he found a shitty copy of Bitcoin that had a tiny market cap and quietly bought A TON of it over a few months. Eventually owning more than half the supply. Then, he started pumping it. The SEC can't touch him because it is not a regulated security. Now he can have his fun in peace, and not have tothink about the long term consequences of his actions. He couldn't do this with Bitcoin because Bitcoin is real money. He wouldn't have been able to buy up more than half the supply without pumping the price to millions-per-coin. And his subsequent pumping would have far less effect on such a large asset. Goes to show how simple it is to manipulate these shitcoins. Any government, or rich individual could take down 90% of "crypto" without even trying hard. But they wouldn't be able to impact Bitcoin even if they poured all their resources into trying to attack it.

Mentions:#TSLA#TON
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

half n half. A wide and diverse portfolio ranigng from super safe S&P100 ETFs, individual stocks in low risk companies like KO and JNJ, higher risk companies like TSLA, right the way through to crypto bluechips like BTC, ETH and DOT, not much shitcoin, and a few cash investments under my mattress accumulating growth !

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TSLA is the only acception. So I'm covid survival rate into crypto and TSLA. which should be crypto anyway

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Possibly panic sold some bags They always do. There's also a lot of fud articles surrounding BTC and TSLA, so it won't surprised me if it falls further when Murrica wakes up.

Mentions:#BTC#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It is not about BTC they own/sold. TSLA is an indicator of all thing tech.

Mentions:#BTC#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$TSLA

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Electric car maker Tesla (TSLA) did not buy or sell any bitcoin in the 1st quarter of 2023, the company reported in its earnings release Wednesday afternoon. This is basically the article. I guess Musk is too busy with Twitter.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just picked a little BTC up. Feels high but my average is still a little higher. Did so well on ETH and TSLA 2019 onwards then damaged a lot but buying BTV on the way up to 100k...

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

TSLA would have issues if they didn’t. Personally, I think it was a smart move, also some investors weren’t happy to see BTC on the TSLA balance sheets.

Mentions:#TSLA#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It doesn't really matter since he can manipulate and pamp the shit of out of doge pushing the price 20% in less than an hour. Far more for his pamping of TSLA with so many promises of features that never materialise years after the 'sure' schedule

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am yet to see folks that got AMZN or TSLA tattoo on their arse but if ya go to twitter or TG, it wont be hard to find eloncumdoge inu written on someones ass here lol

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I wonder how many times Elon has pumped the TSLA price by saying that full self-driving is right around the corner.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Twitter has partnered with eToro to allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. Users can search for the relevant "cashtag" on a range of financial investments by putting a "$" sign in front of the ticker, like "TSLA" for Tesla stock. Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been an avowed fan of cryptocurrencies long before he acquired the platform. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hold both BTC and TSLA. Anyone in here saying TSLA is overvalued needs to seriously reevaluate their life.

Mentions:#BTC#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

“TSLA has poor fundamentals, over valued. I only invest internet money that has No fundamentals” - this sub basically

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TSLA is basically a meme stock that has nothing to do with fundamentals. Tesla did dominate the US EV market for some time, but the competition has caught up and they've lost a ton of market share. Other car companies are making better, cheaper EVs, that don't have Elon's toxic brand attached to them.

Mentions:#TSLA#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

So close to buying 40k when at $600. Per coin. Biggest mistake ever. Did buy at 6k, 12k, 18k and 26k, sold at 52,500 k. Still best investment ever!!! Recently started buying at 26k. Also bought NVDA, TSLA and META, stock symbols for A.I. about to EXPLODE !!!

Mentions:#NVDA#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bet it was a part of his $44B payback plot. Instead of paying it back in cash, he's using market manipulation to drive TSLA and DOGE up and down so they can buy/sell with advanced notice of what insanity he's about to pull.

Mentions:#TSLA#DOGE
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm working on it, TBH. I honestly have no desire to become a billionaire, but my goal is to net a few mil over the next 5 years or so, and retire before I turn 40. From there the plan is to grow to 5-10M via trading/investing over the next 5-10 years, then coast. I've learned a lot from one of my good friends who is an active day trader (think WSB but smarter and less yolo) and is brilliant at TA and factoring in the macro. I've watched him turn $150k into over 5 mil in 3 years, and watched him turn $33k into $800k with one stock in 6 weeks (TSLA $200 calls at EOY 2022 to mid Feb 2023). It's all about knowing the macro, reading the charts, finding way undervalued assets, calculating risk/reward, and placing relatively diverse bets. Oh, and having some startup capital helps (that's been the one thing that's held me back).

Mentions:#WSB#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is it falling for it , or you didn’t take profits. My friend had them all One , LRC , Algo, Doge , Vet , GRT all actually gave him multiple times to take profits in the 2x-15x . April 2021 , August, September, November, even January 2022 One was .37 after everything fell in November 2021 , he was up big. Like if you miss 4 -5 times to take profits, you can’t blame anyone Like every bull run, everyone had a chance to take profits but he kept sending me screenshots and greedily holding for 30x-50x profits. Who’s fault is it if you are riding that shit all the way down. I could have sold TSLA at 1100 before the split but hey I got greedy and can’t blame anyone for that

Mentions:#LRC#GRT#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As long as he doesn't get punished he'll keep pump and dumping, not just with crypto but also with his stocks. He's been doing it since that time he caused the TSLA debacle by claiming he was taking the company private.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My coworkers are saying I'm crazy buying TSLA stock. What the heck.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

TSLA lowest share price EVER! Lol?

Mentions:#TSLA#EVER

Guys. Let’s slow our roll, here. This is the asshat who tanked Twitter and has TSLA at its lowest share price….ever. At this point this is like the guy from Enron endorsing his share prices.

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Between 2020 and 2022 TSLA jumped from $29 to $400 Between 2020 and 2022 BTC jumped from $5.2k to $67k Since Nov TSLA has had about 50% growth Since Nov BTC has had about 56% growth Maybe by providing this, I've also shown that BTC doesn't have as much risk as I'd initially implied when compared to stocks. It also shows that you can get the same gains from a popular tech stock. Hopefully, we've both have something to take away from this conversation now, instead of just insulting each other.

Mentions:#TSLA#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I agree, and yet you can write this exact same write up but replace the word Bitcoin with: “TSLA”, “BRKB”, “GOOG”, or any type of non-dividend paying stock, etf, or index fund. The only way to make money is to sell it to the next fool. Once people stop buying in, the whole house of cards collapses. The price of these stocks do not correlate to the money the companies make, but to the emotions of the investors (one stupid tweet can tank a stock even if the company didn’t change anything). Same for index funds and people also say “you have to hold long term as the market always goes up”, average returns are 8%, etc… Think about it..

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

\> The only reason it doesn't get more criticism is because the cult community will brigade and silence anyone that tries to talk against it. ​ just like SHIB, BTC, TSLA, GME, LUNA... Social media broke regular investing

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Right!? So he wants to put a pause on [Open.ai](https://Open.ai) which he co-founded, as well as the adoption of his TSLA.0 Autopilot system? Doubt it!

Mentions:#TSLA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Used to have a bunch of ETFs and single stocks, but sold it all for crypto by now. Name of the game is to diversify, but why fucking bother with stocks when it's the the same risks, but for a fraction of the rewards. And don't give me that bullshit about volatility or whatever. And let's especially not pretend that investing in TSLA or NVDA or whatever is any different. Blue chips my ass. Not sure why I'm getting mad at you guys. But just needed to vent a bit. 🙏

Mentions:#TSLA#NVDA