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    linux is holding its own just fine on the enterprise server market and a lot of those servers do run redhat because out of band security patches and general support = a ton of equity.

    but the achilles heel for rhel is just that once you get into the real talented sysads / devops, they generally prefer debian/ubuntu and its basically a culture/politics thing.

    also fun fact speaking of red hat vs microsoft, windows 10 has a full fledged native linux layer available as an elective install. i find that fascinating and wonderful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    Bitcoin Investment Trust, a public traded stock, (GBTC) closed at 690 today, 9/11/17...down from a high on 1,054 on 8/31/17


    down 30% in 11 days, fairly good crash

    This is a closed-end fund, which unlike an ETF, does not purchase or sell underlying assets as investor buy or sell shares in the fund. As such, GBTC can trade at a premium to the market value of the underlying bitcoin holdings, with the premium depending upon investor sentiment. The news about China cracking down on ICOs and exchanges probably sapped investor sentiment for the fund, which is why GBTC's price drop over that period was greater than that of bitcoin. Especially because just last month, some analysts were touting GBTC as a better option than investing directly in bitcoin, such as this shill:

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/seeking...better-bitcoin

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    Quote Originally Posted by handicapme View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by snake_in_the_ass View Post

    He is an idiot. He missed the biggest bull market in history and is now calling it a scam. Who cares if it is a scam if you can profit off of trading it? Fire people for trading it? How is that any different than people trading dot com stocks in late 1999 knowing many of them were going to $0?
    Maybe Dimon is right. Takes a fraud to spot a fraud.

    JP Morgan Offence Year Agency Penalty Amount
    toxic securities abuses 2013 DOJ_CIVIL $13,000,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_CIVIL $5,333,600,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $1,958,450,341
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 SDNY $1,700,000,000
    False Claims Act 2014 DOJ_CIVIL $614,000,000
    foreign exchange market manipulation 2015 DOJ_CRIMINAL $550,000,000
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 FINCEN $461,000,000
    energy market manipulation 2013 FERC $410,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2015 FED $342,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2013 CFPB $329,000,000
    interest rate benchmark manipulation 2014 CFTC $310,000,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $300,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2012 SEC $296,900,000
    banking violation 2012 FED $275,000,000
    investor protection violation 2015 SEC $267,000,000
    price-fixing or anti-competitive practices 2011 DOJ_ANTITRUST $228,000,000
    banking violation 2013 FED $200,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2013 SEC $200,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $186,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2011 SEC $153,600,000
    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2016 SEC $130,000,000
    data submission deficiencies 2015 CFTC $100,000,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2013 CFTC $100,000,000
    economic sanction violation 2011 OFAC $88,300,000
    kickbacks and bribery 2016 DOJ_CRIMINAL $72,000,000
    banking violation 2016 FED $61,900,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $60,000,000
    discriminatory practices 2017 SDNY $53,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2015 DOJ_CIVIL $50,000,000
    banking violation 2016 OCC $48,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $35,000,000
    banking violation 2015 OCC $30,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2012 CFTC $20,000,000
    investor protection violation 2016 SEC $4,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $2,000,000
    employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $1,450,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $1,084,210
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $900,000
    financial institution supervision failures 2017 CFTC $900,000
    data submission deficiencies 2014 CFTC $650,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $600,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $500,000
    data submission deficiencies 2016 CFTC $225,000
    workplace whistleblower retaliation 2016 OSHA $203,323
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $140,000
    investor protection violation 2014 SEC $54,000

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by MumblesBadly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    Bitcoin Investment Trust, a public traded stock, (GBTC) closed at 690 today, 9/11/17...down from a high on 1,054 on 8/31/17


    down 30% in 11 days, fairly good crash

    This is a closed-end fund, which unlike an ETF, does not purchase or sell underlying assets as investor buy or sell shares in the fund. As such, GBTC can trade at a premium to the market value of the underlying bitcoin holdings, with the premium depending upon investor sentiment. The news about China cracking down on ICOs and exchanges probably sapped investor sentiment for the fund, which is why GBTC's price drop over that period was greater than that of bitcoin. Especially because just last month, some analysts were touting GBTC as a better option than investing directly in bitcoin, such as this shill:

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/seeking...better-bitcoin

    GBTC is sitting on bitcoin cash that should be distributed to shareholders in either a spinoff or held in the same fund. At current market prices for Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash, fair value for $GBTC is $425.

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    Bitcoin in free fall
    We pray for understanding as we all occasionally request back door action by accident, when we tried to call an electrician. It happens, it simply happens.

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    Wonder if it going below $4,000 has any psychological impact because it was around $3900 briefly, but bounced to $4006 right now. I'm guessing when we wake up tomorrow it will be under $4000 again, maybe by a lot.

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    Getting pounded but not as severe as I thought it would be (3300).

    See what happens in next 24 hours.

  9. #149
    Quote Originally Posted by snake_in_the_ass View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by handicapme View Post

    Maybe Dimon is right. Takes a fraud to spot a fraud.

    JP Morgan Offence Year Agency Penalty Amount
    toxic securities abuses 2013 DOJ_CIVIL $13,000,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_CIVIL $5,333,600,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $1,958,450,341
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 SDNY $1,700,000,000
    False Claims Act 2014 DOJ_CIVIL $614,000,000
    foreign exchange market manipulation 2015 DOJ_CRIMINAL $550,000,000
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 FINCEN $461,000,000
    energy market manipulation 2013 FERC $410,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2015 FED $342,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2013 CFPB $329,000,000
    interest rate benchmark manipulation 2014 CFTC $310,000,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $300,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2012 SEC $296,900,000
    banking violation 2012 FED $275,000,000
    investor protection violation 2015 SEC $267,000,000
    price-fixing or anti-competitive practices 2011 DOJ_ANTITRUST $228,000,000
    banking violation 2013 FED $200,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2013 SEC $200,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $186,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2011 SEC $153,600,000
    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2016 SEC $130,000,000
    data submission deficiencies 2015 CFTC $100,000,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2013 CFTC $100,000,000
    economic sanction violation 2011 OFAC $88,300,000
    kickbacks and bribery 2016 DOJ_CRIMINAL $72,000,000
    banking violation 2016 FED $61,900,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $60,000,000
    discriminatory practices 2017 SDNY $53,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2015 DOJ_CIVIL $50,000,000
    banking violation 2016 OCC $48,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $35,000,000
    banking violation 2015 OCC $30,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2012 CFTC $20,000,000
    investor protection violation 2016 SEC $4,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $2,000,000
    employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $1,450,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $1,084,210
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $900,000
    financial institution supervision failures 2017 CFTC $900,000
    data submission deficiencies 2014 CFTC $650,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $600,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $500,000
    data submission deficiencies 2016 CFTC $225,000
    workplace whistleblower retaliation 2016 OSHA $203,323
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $140,000
    investor protection violation 2014 SEC $54,000
    You do realize that every major investment bank on the street including mine has these right? Like are you this stupid or just trying to find something that panders to your agenda?

     
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    For starters, amazing call C$.

    However BTC received an unexpected and impossible unknown call against it from China and JP Morgan, 1 2 punch but not a 3rd and not a knock out.

    In fact JP Morgan came out again to say BTC could see much higher prices before falling.

    Now take the JPM comment with salt because firstly they manipulate silver/gold to their liking, have been involved in countless frauds etc.

    It may drop more and if so a bigger BUY signal.

    If you dump when it's low, fools. BUY when it's low.

    HOLD and buy when you see double digit blood.

    You'll see

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    Sonatine must be jerking off while looking at bitstamp right about this time....
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  12. #152
    Quote Originally Posted by DonaldTrumpsHairPiece View Post
    For starters, amazing call C$.

    However BTC received an unexpected and impossible unknown call against it from China and JP Morgan, 1 2 punch but not a 3rd and not a knock out.

    In fact JP Morgan came out again to say BTC could see much higher prices before falling.

    Now take the JPM comment with salt because firstly they manipulate silver/gold to their liking, have been involved in countless frauds etc.

    It may drop more and if so a bigger BUY signal.

    If you dump when it's low, fools. BUY when it's low.

    HOLD and buy when you see double digit blood.

    You'll see

    Thank you

    Dont be so sure about that one though (in bold above)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoney View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DonaldTrumpsHairPiece View Post
    For starters, amazing call C$.

    However BTC received an unexpected and impossible unknown call against it from China and JP Morgan, 1 2 punch but not a 3rd and not a knock out.

    In fact JP Morgan came out again to say BTC could see much higher prices before falling.

    Now take the JPM comment with salt because firstly they manipulate silver/gold to their liking, have been involved in countless frauds etc.

    It may drop more and if so a bigger BUY signal.

    If you dump when it's low, fools. BUY when it's low.

    HOLD and buy when you see double digit blood.

    You'll see

    Thank you

    Dont be so sure about that one though (in bold above)
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    I'd say the crash is about in the middle of C$ predictions since it's not $3300 or whatever but $3800 is the lowest it has been in a few weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerAndPoker View Post
    I'd say the crash is about in the middle of C$ predictions since it's not $3300 or whatever but $3800 is the lowest it has been in a few weeks.

    To be fair my 14th day isnt over yet.

    Let see how this blood bath shapes up by eod

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoney View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerAndPoker View Post
    I'd say the crash is about in the middle of C$ predictions since it's not $3300 or whatever but $3800 is the lowest it has been in a few weeks.

    To be fair my 14th day isnt over yet.

    Let see how this blood bath shapes up by eod
    ty Cmoney, i sold at 4700, not sure how to short this thing, but selling saved me some $$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charham View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cmoney View Post


    To be fair my 14th day isnt over yet.

    Let see how this blood bath shapes up by eod
    ty Cmoney, i sold at 4700, not sure how to short this thing, but selling saved me some $$.

    It could very well go back up again. To be honest, i didnt know about the Chinese news but knew about the JP announcement . I also thought the announcement was going to be a week before. I thought it would be enough to sink it below 3300.The way it is taking a bath today it could get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snake_in_the_ass View Post

    Maybe Dimon is right. Takes a fraud to spot a fraud.

    JP Morgan Offence Year Agency Penalty Amount
    toxic securities abuses 2013 DOJ_CIVIL $13,000,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_CIVIL $5,333,600,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $1,958,450,341
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 SDNY $1,700,000,000
    False Claims Act 2014 DOJ_CIVIL $614,000,000
    foreign exchange market manipulation 2015 DOJ_CRIMINAL $550,000,000
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 FINCEN $461,000,000
    energy market manipulation 2013 FERC $410,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2015 FED $342,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2013 CFPB $329,000,000
    interest rate benchmark manipulation 2014 CFTC $310,000,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $300,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2012 SEC $296,900,000
    banking violation 2012 FED $275,000,000
    investor protection violation 2015 SEC $267,000,000
    price-fixing or anti-competitive practices 2011 DOJ_ANTITRUST $228,000,000
    banking violation 2013 FED $200,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2013 SEC $200,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $186,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2011 SEC $153,600,000
    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2016 SEC $130,000,000
    data submission deficiencies 2015 CFTC $100,000,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2013 CFTC $100,000,000
    economic sanction violation 2011 OFAC $88,300,000
    kickbacks and bribery 2016 DOJ_CRIMINAL $72,000,000
    banking violation 2016 FED $61,900,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $60,000,000
    discriminatory practices 2017 SDNY $53,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2015 DOJ_CIVIL $50,000,000
    banking violation 2016 OCC $48,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $35,000,000
    banking violation 2015 OCC $30,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2012 CFTC $20,000,000
    investor protection violation 2016 SEC $4,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $2,000,000
    employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $1,450,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $1,084,210
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $900,000
    financial institution supervision failures 2017 CFTC $900,000
    data submission deficiencies 2014 CFTC $650,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $600,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $500,000
    data submission deficiencies 2016 CFTC $225,000
    workplace whistleblower retaliation 2016 OSHA $203,323
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $140,000
    investor protection violation 2014 SEC $54,000
    Our friends at SYSK just did a show on Psycopaths and quoted a study saying up to 10 percent of finance industry
    workers fit the bill vs one percent of the total population

    As for cmoney's prediction....
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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by snake_in_the_ass View Post

    Maybe Dimon is right. Takes a fraud to spot a fraud.

    JP Morgan Offence Year Agency Penalty Amount
    toxic securities abuses 2013 DOJ_CIVIL $13,000,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2012 DOJ_CIVIL $5,333,600,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $1,958,450,341
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 SDNY $1,700,000,000
    False Claims Act 2014 DOJ_CIVIL $614,000,000
    foreign exchange market manipulation 2015 DOJ_CRIMINAL $550,000,000
    anti-money-laundering deficiencies 2014 FINCEN $461,000,000
    energy market manipulation 2013 FERC $410,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2014 OCC $350,000,000
    banking violation 2015 FED $342,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2013 CFPB $329,000,000
    interest rate benchmark manipulation 2014 CFTC $310,000,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $300,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2012 SEC $296,900,000
    banking violation 2012 FED $275,000,000
    investor protection violation 2015 SEC $267,000,000
    price-fixing or anti-competitive practices 2011 DOJ_ANTITRUST $228,000,000
    banking violation 2013 FED $200,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2013 SEC $200,000,000
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $186,000,000
    toxic securities abuses 2011 SEC $153,600,000
    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2016 SEC $130,000,000
    data submission deficiencies 2015 CFTC $100,000,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2013 CFTC $100,000,000
    economic sanction violation 2011 OFAC $88,300,000
    kickbacks and bribery 2016 DOJ_CRIMINAL $72,000,000
    banking violation 2016 FED $61,900,000
    banking violation 2013 OCC $60,000,000
    discriminatory practices 2017 SDNY $53,000,000
    mortgage abuses 2015 DOJ_CIVIL $50,000,000
    banking violation 2016 OCC $48,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $35,000,000
    banking violation 2015 OCC $30,000,000
    accounting fraud or deficiencies 2012 CFTC $20,000,000
    investor protection violation 2016 SEC $4,000,000
    banking violation 2011 OCC $2,000,000
    employment discrimination 2014 EEOC $1,450,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $1,084,210
    consumer protection violation 2015 CFPB $900,000
    financial institution supervision failures 2017 CFTC $900,000
    data submission deficiencies 2014 CFTC $650,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $600,000
    securities issuance or trading violation 2015 SEC $500,000
    data submission deficiencies 2016 CFTC $225,000
    workplace whistleblower retaliation 2016 OSHA $203,323
    securities issuance or trading violation 2012 CFTC $140,000
    investor protection violation 2014 SEC $54,000
    Our friends at SYSK just did a show on Psycopaths and quoted a study saying up to 10 percent of finance industry
    workers fit the bill vs one percent of the total population


    As for cmoney's prediction....


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    So what is the number we want to buy at?

    Peter Schiff is already dancing on it's grave LOL.

    Peter Schiff‏ @PeterSchiff 8m8 minutes ago

    It looks like the #Bitcoin dam at the $4,000 support level has broken. It's now a bloodbath as the flood gates are wide open.

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