Bitcoin’s market cap just passed McDonald’s.
— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) November 20, 2017
History of Bitcoin
$500: It’s a bubble!
$1000: It’s a bubble!
$2000: It’s a bubble!
$3000: It’s a bubble!
$4000: It’s a bubble!
$5000: It’s a bubble!
$6000: It’s a bubble!
$7000: It’s a bubble!
$8000: I think it’s time to buy…to the moon!
— Ramp Capital♿️ (@RampCapitalLLC) November 21, 2017
Just took my dog to the vet. You’re not gonna believe this, but a cat sitting next to me asked if now is a good time to get into bitcoin.
— Irrelevant Investor (@michaelbatnick) November 22, 2017
Soros has been said to have a 30%ish win rate. PTJ talks of being profitable on a 20% win rate. Druck admits to changing his position on a dime. If these guys don’t have a crystal ball, neither does your local Twitter Guru…
— LMT978 (@LMT978) November 19, 2017
When you finally learn how to let your winners run pic.twitter.com/fdnfTqjh2W
— StockTwits (@StockTwits) November 20, 2017
While announcements and reports can increase volatility, seldom do they reverse market trends permanently.
— Peter Brandt (@PeterLBrandt) November 17, 2017
$BTC last 7910. If it crashes 70% from here it will be at the same level it was when everyone started calling it a bubble.
— Assad Tannous (@AsennaWealth) November 20, 2017
Things that did not exist on Thanksgiving 10 years ago:
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman) November 23, 2017
Amazon has almost no stores ?
Uber owns almost no cars ?
Facebook creates no content ✏️
Alibaba has no inventory ?
AirBnB owns no real estate?
Netflix is not a television channel?
Tinder requires no marriage?
Central Banks have no gold?
Bitcoin has no physical coins?
— Stephen Burns (@SJosephBurns) November 18, 2017