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Hurricane Energ Share Chat (HUR)



Share Price: 29.00Bid: 29.00Ask: 29.25Change: 0.75 (+2.65%)Riser - Hurricane Energ
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.86%Open: 29.00High: 29.00Low: 28.00Yesterday’s Close: 28.25


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adoubleuk
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 15:23
Thanks for the chart link, Missdosh!

Personally I find the whole bitcoin thing rather incredible and surreal: Looking at the chart drives the feeling home. I mean that figure is ticking up by dollars every minute, not cents. And the surreal bit is that means people are putting actual money, stuff that's redeemable for goods or services, into this thing which doesn't properly exist and can't be transformed into anything tangible. Call me old-fashioned if you like, but I'll stick to things like O&G stocks and physical gold.

Looking at the chart, it seems patently obvious that bitcoin is absolutely not a thing to buy right now, surely? I mean, the way to make money is to buy low and sell high, isn't it? Sure, it's not easy to spot the low and high points, so there's nothing wrong with buying into something when it's already on the rise. But bitcoin isn't simply 'on the rise' now: it's screaming vertically into the stratosphere, but people are still trying to jump onboard.

I suspect this is unprecedented, and so the outcome can't be predicted by looking at history. Maybe it's not a bubble as such but something different. When a bubble bursts, at least something remains, even if it's just a little damp patch on the carpet. I've a sneaky feeling that bitcoin (and all the people's money it represents) is close to escape velocity and might suddenly disappear. Into some science fiction-like different dimension, or something like that. Possibly with an ear-shattering bang.

Scary.

I wonder what the after-effects will be? There will have to be some. I mean it's like some corny conjuring trick called 'vanishing money', where the magician takes all the audience's cash, and behind some smoke and mirrors sneaks off the stage, out of the backdoor, and takes a fast train to Ohio or somewhere like that, never to be seen again.

All very, very strange. There is a fault in reality: please do not adjust your mind.
 
barnaberible
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RE: FAO shedful
Today 14:24
Rich Dad, Poor Dad (bad title and put me off reading it for ages) is a very good book to start with, very easy to read, almost reads like a novel.

Either of Peter Lynch's books are good (erm, one up on Wall Street and Beating the Street IIRC) and as mentioned Naked Trader is a light but valuable read for actual trading.
Herbieridesaga
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 14:13
Recommended your post - only things not in a bubble, gold and food. Watch out because food could literally be the killer - few doses f pestilence - down we go.
yuyus
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 14:03
MD I lurk and last year spat my dummy out , bought more but diversified recently into Technology and Bio/ Pharmacology.

Beleive me by every morning at 7am reading the listings of RNS you CAN make money , especially if you tie it in small mcap and the Twitter Hordes From The River Styx .

I’d say our glasses are very half full and hopefully the next few months may allow us to accumulate lots more prior to FOIL
missdosh
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 13:56
yuyus,

Good to see you back !!! (^_^)
yuyus
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 13:51
Missdosh as Ever great post and timing , it’s scary , and when put into aspect ie energy needed to create a Bitcoin / at maximum V Time taken ie plateau out there isn’t enough money in existence .

I recently, very recently got on the tails of the twitter rampers , usual suspects and made a quick killing investing in the Technology behind them and it’s other uses .

Noticed that HL have a few funds in there armoury now ( fsa backing ?).

Every so often be it Madoff , Dutch Tulip Growers , Cowrie Shell owners invent a derivative of sorts and become immune to its collapse fully .

Lots of major press coverage but the scary thing being the comments section by Joe Public ( accusing the Government and banks of conspiring to end something that’s not controlled by them ie secular )

Never forget this for decades , centuries to come we will still need hydrocarbons
shedful
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Dubai visit update
Today 13:36
On Monday do we expect HUR to issue any more news regarding their visit to Dubai Drydock.
missdosh
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 12:28
As it's the weekend.

Live chart for those interested in BTC.. Very scary, but fascinating to watch the huge swings up and down.

https://www.tradingview.com/symbols/BTCUSD/
Cebo456
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RE: Bitcoin vs beanie babies.
Today 12:02
The Blockchain Tech behind Crypto currencies IMO makes it incomparable to beany babies, the dot com, tulips or any other bubble that burst, so it is really hard to call. Yes I believe that it will burst sometime, the question is when and is there still money to be made in crypto currency . I must admit I have done a bit of research out of interest and It is fascinating but if you think that the AIM is volatile or a punt, that's nothing compared to crypto. And if you are looking at BTC, also check out Ethereum coin, same tech but more versatile (apparently), ever bigger bet - huge potential, huge risk.

By the way, Hargreaves Lansdowne now let you trade Buy BTC and Ethereum tracker funds in SIPP accounts (not ISAs yet) so relative easy to buy if you fancy ta punt and can't be bothered to walk down your local bookies.

Sorry about OT, but hey it's the weekend.
Sxx2018
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HUR
Today 11:11
I have a large holding in sxx sirius minerals.

I have been looking at hurricane for a while and was about to invest 100k in it and then it went up 10%.

My knowledge is small on this stock.

What are the main risks?

Why has the sp been falling this year ?

Is 27.5 a good entry.




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