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ist LTC immer noch optimal zum versenden? danke
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#litecoin #ltc #luetrade LTC hängt ziemlich am BTC-Kurs, unter 100 wirds langsam eng, pinker bereich droht. Oben erst über 116 USD Entlastung in Sicht
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Moin Stefan, ich würde mich über MIOTA und LTC freuen.
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Litecoin price risks 20% drop as LTC whale activity spikes to monthly highs https://cointelegraph.com/news/litecoin-price-risks-20-drop-as-ltc-whale-activity-spikes-to-monthly-highs
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eigentlich ja, hat bei mir aber nie funktioniert😀 habe dann von binance LTC an crypto.com gesendet > @SNX80 said: Kann man bei Crypto.com mit einer Visa Kreditkarte einzahlen?
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@sirlosty #Market Masters 2.0
For anywho who's into crypto LTC it has produced a bearish pennant. We're looking to go short if the pattern gets confirmed, which will also be a good breakout of the support zone.
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Auszug aus einem meiner lieblings Newsletters: Our readers will have to patiently stand by for the December Cryptocurrency Update until next week. Wednesday, the 15th of December (the last day of data collection) closes late, delaying our publication. So, today I want to focus on some of the material that likely would have gone into that update. Let’s start with 2017, when I first said that cryptoassets were the opportunity of a lifetime. Here are some examples of “Big Money” quotes at that time. Avoid BTC like the plague. There is nothing to support BTC except the hope that you will sell it to someone for more money than you paid for it. —John Bogle, father of Vanguard Funds BTC is rat poison squared. —Warren Buffet, Chairman Berkshire Hathaway, Does it support people who want to use currencies for anonymous uses for the wrong purposes? Absolutely. —James Gorman CEO Morgan Stanley An Index in Money Laundering. —Blackrock CEO, Larry Fisk My own view on BTC, for example, is I really don’t know, but it’s really not something, you know, individually that’s important to me. —David Solomon, CEO Goldman Sachs It’s a fraud and worse than tulip bulbs. —Jamie Dillan, JP Morgan Something that goes up 700% in a year is by definition speculative. —James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley Big Money’s problem with cryptoassets in late 2017 was that they had no plan in place for how to capitalize on it. It was a lot different than collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), where they securitized debt obligations, including very dangerous subprime loans, added leverage, and then sold them to the public. Now these were rat poison squared and the big bank actions almost brought down the entire economy. What happened next? 2018 saw a severe 85% drawdown in cryptoassets. My guess is that Big Money manipulations had a lot to do with it, and that drawdown gave them time to develop a plan. In the meantime, they had politicians and the general public believing that something like BTC was only for crooks. However, BTC is a totally traceable cryptocurrency and once you have one address, a good forensic scientist can trace all of that person’s addresses. Because of this bad press, BTC miners, who were producing 1800 BTC per day, could not get major financing for their mining activities and had to cash in much of their newly acquired assets to fund their operations. Now, fast forward to 2020. 1. BTC had a halving and only 900 BTC could be produced per day. 2. Grayscale had launched a trust for accredited investors and they were buying up all the newly mined BTC and more. They were subsequently approved by the SEC as a security and then accredited investors had a way to get out of their investment. 3. By September 2020, PayPal and Square were buying up about 110% of the newly mined BTC each day. 4. And suddenly Big Money had a new appreciation of cryptoassets. Let’s look at a few of the big investment bank’s activities. • Bakkt was developed by Intercontinental Exchange Holdings (owner of the NYSE) and by Microsoft and Starbucks to facilitate crypto trading by big institutions. • Goldman Sachs is offering both futures and options trading to its customers for Ether and Bitcoin. Remember that several years ago BTC was dangerous but now the big banks are offering derivatives trading on BTC. • JP Morgan has given their customers access to a half dozen crypto funds and has created their own digital currency JPM Coin • Bank of America (Merrill Lynch) has now opened a digital research division in their operations. • Morgan Stanley became the first big bank to offer BTC funds to their wealth management customers. However, the biggest change is that the big banks are now willing to lend money to crypto miners so that they can keep most of their funds and not have to sell them to fund mining operations. Morgan Stanley and Fidelity, as an example, funded $425 million to Cipher Mining so they could continue operations without selling off their newly mined BTC. Okay. Now ask, “What happens when crypto miners don’t have to sell their 900 BTC that are mined each day?” Over the last six months, BTC miners have dropped the amount of BTC they are selling to exchanges by 70%. They are now selling about 14.9% of what they produce and hoarding the other 85.1%. Crypto Credit Cards There is one more new factor that is using up crypto. I found three different credit cards that earn crypto rewards. Notice that these are all sponsored by crypto exchanges and not by the big banks. 1. BlockFi Credit card gives you 3.5% crypto rewards on everything you purchase in the first three months, then 1.5% per transaction, and 2% if you spend $50,000 in a year. 2. Gemini gives you 3% on dining, 2% on groceries, and 1% on other purchases. 3. Venmo gives you 3% back on your top spending category, 2% on the next best category, and 1% on everything else. And, you can convert this money automatically into either BTC, BCH, LTC, or ETH. Why would you want cash rewards when you can get BTC (or other crypto rewards)? And what is the impact of this if it becomes more widespread? The average person earns about $550 in credit card rewards each year. What if most people switch to cards giving crypto rewards? Market Manipulation So why isn’t all this leading to an absolute boom in crypto? There is a huge demand for BTC and other cryptoassets that is using up all the new supply and much more. The answer, in my opinion, is market manipulation. Cryptoassets are largely unregulated. And, even if they became regulated in the US, they would remain unregulated in most of the world. Many crypto exchanges offer margin buying at 100 to 1 leverage. That means a 1% move in your favor doubles your money but a 1% move against you will wipe you out. One big investor or one institutional investor with say 10,000 BTC can start selling and create a boomerang effect, triggering many stops, and wiping out all the leveraged speculators in one shot. And, for some strange reason, most crypto prices are HIGHLY correlated to BTC. So, if you can move the price of BTC down, you can move all cryptoasset prices down. With 10,000 BTC, you can perform a wonderous manipulation. For example, I’ve noticed that many such moves (up to 20-25% down in about an hour or two) occur Saturday night when most people in the US are asleep. Here are some examples for BTC just in 2021. Saturday, May 19th, on a volume of 126 billion BTC (huge), the price went down from $42,845 to $30,682. That was a 28% drop that took place in a few hours. Sunday, April 18th, on a volume of 97 billion BTC, the price went from $60,702 to $52,829. Again, late at night for US citizens. That was a 13% drop in a few hours. Saturday, December 4th, on a volume of $61 billion BTC, the price went from $53,728 to $42,874. That was a drop of 20.2% a few hours later at night. I got these prices from CoinMarketCap which is owned by Binance and reflects their prices. Frequently, there is a spike that goes much lower on some other exchanges. What happens after such a price manipulation? • Fundamental analysis starts to give you many reasons why the new price is correct or BTC had the crash. • Technical analysis does a new analysis of the market and usually assumes it’s now bearish without any mention of market manipulation. • And the whole crypto market collapses because for some strange reason every coin acts in concert with BTC. • All of it is made up and whoever manipulated the market is happy and can start accumulating at a much lower price unless they have a reason to drop the market even more. Conclusions: • Cryptoassets are still the investment of a lifetime. This is Van’s opinion, but if you don’t like BTC you miss out on all the profits. • Big Money has moved from totally against it to supporting it now that they know how to make profits on it. • Big Money doesn’t care if it’s safe or not. In fact, they are focusing on derivatives of cryptoassets rather than the assets themselves which are much more dangerous. • Market manipulation is unbelievable in the crypto world. And big institutions could be behind it. We are developing a foundation class on the games Big Money plays and this article is a good preview. Next Monday, December 20th, I will be giving a free webinar (no ads or promotions) which will most likely become part of this of course. In Monday’s webinar, I’ll be talking about Big Money games, the power games of politicians, how Big Money really controls that, and what you can do about it. Let’s end with this quote—a great example of what goes on for the masters of Big Money. These truths are well known among our principal men, who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world. By dividing the voter through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies fighting for questions of no importance. It is thus, by discrete action, we can secure for ourselves that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished.1 Until next week, This is Van Tharp
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Litecoin grapples with ‘double top’ risks after LTC price rallies 37% in November https://cointelegraph.com/news/litecoin-grapples-with-double-top-risks-after-ltc-price-rallies-37-in-november
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Litecoin grapples with 'double top' risks after LTC price rallies 37% in November https://cointelegraph.com/news/litecoin-grapples-with-double-top-risks-after-ltc-price-rallies-37-in-november
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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, LTC, LINK, VET, AXS https://cointelegraph.com/news/top-5-cryptocurrencies-to-watch-this-week-btc-ltc-link-vet-axs
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bei mir sind nur ltc nachkäufe heute morgen ins auf einstand gesetzte SL gelaufen... hab nach gekauft. irgendwie fast immer bei allem ob gold Aktien oder cryptos dass wenn das 4h Bollinger Band stark unter oder Überschritten wird gibts immer heftige Gegenbewegung. da Kauf ich dann immer gerne
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Litecoin hits 6-month high as LTC price soars 20% in 24 hours https://cointelegraph.com/news/litecoin-hits-six-month-high-as-ltc-price-soars-20-in-24-hours
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Litecoin hits six-month high as LTC price soars 20% in 24 hours https://cointelegraph.com/news/litecoin-hits-six-month-high-as-ltc-price-soars-20-in-24-hours
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#litecoin #ltc #luetrade Einer der wenigen alten alts die ich noch tradeable halte, weil sie konstant immer mit dabei sind, sei es paypal oder auch der grayscale strategy fund. Zudem haftet LTC der Name digitales Silber an. Ich mag LTC sowieso weil ich damit immer meiner überweisungen mache. Ausbruch über die blaue zone dürfte mehr auftrieb geben
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Es geht ja hier momentan nicht viel. Hätte trotzdem mal eine Frage an die Profis. Bin ja eher der Hodler und habe ein wenig in BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC und ein paar Altcoins. Alle aber noch kein Jahr im Depot. Wenn jetzt der Markt ausbricht und wir einen Bullran hätten und dieser aber vor meiner Haltefrist von einem Jahr (steuerfrei) in den Bärenmarkt geht,. Was würdet ihr machen? Verkaufen und halt den Gewinn leider voll versteuern und dann wieder niedriger einsteigen oder meint ihr wenn der Markt hoch geht werden die heutigen Preise nicht mehr kommen (nicht mehr so tief fallen)? Danke Euch.
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@DarkPoolAlgo #Dark Pool Charts
Thursday, October 28, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 54.00 0.15% 35,443 S&P 500 11.25 0.26% 4,556 Nasdaq 74.50 0.47% 15.662 U.S. futures are looking at a rebound after a late day swoon erased record gains for stocks, as markets again await another earnings barrage, with yesterday and today the two busiest days of the quarter. Drama out of Washington D.C. also adding to the volatility as investors remain hopeful on a spending bill. As for Wednesday, a midday all-time high for the Nasdaq 100 was marred by a late day sell-off in U.S. stocks, as the S&P 500 and Dow each retreated from records set just the previous day, led by weakness in energy stocks as oil prices tumbled from 7-year highs and long-dated Treasury yields also slumped, with the 30-year falling as much as 10bps below 2%. Corporate earnings have generally been better-than-expected, but constant reminders about rising costs, supply-chain issues, and labor shortages on conference calls brings into question the strength of markets going forward. Couple that with expectations for the Fed to begin its asset tapering plans in November and chances of interest rate hikes in mid-2022 to help prevent inflation getting further out of hand remains a market concern. Shares of Dow components McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Microsoft rallied behind strong earnings. In fact, the Nasdaq outperformed behind large cap winners (TSLA, GOOGL MSFT, AMZN), though breadth was decisively negative and SmallCaps plunged with the Russell 200 falling nearly 2%. President Biden’s infrastructure and social-spending plans still remain “up-in-the-air” which also adds uncertainty. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell about 1% to 28,820, the Shanghai Index slipped -1.23% to 3.518 and the Hang Seng Index dipped about -0.25% to 25,555. In Europe, the German DAX is down -0.15% at 15,680, while the FTSE 100 is also down roughly -0.2% at 7,240. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -23.11 points, or 0.51%, to 4,551.68 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -266.19 points, or 0.74%, to 35,490.69 The Nasdaq Composite little changed, or 0.00%, to 15,235.84 The Russell 2000 Index declined -43.58 points, or 1.90% to 2,252.49 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 290K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 2.415M 8:30 AM ET Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Q3-A…est. 2.7% (down from prior) 8:30 AM ET GDP Consumer Spending for Q3-A…prior month 12.0% 8:30 AM ET GDP Price Deflator for Q3…est. 5.5% 8:30 AM ET Core-PCE Prices Advance for Q3…est. 4.5% 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales MoM for September…est. 0% 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Kansas City Fed Manufacturing for October 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $62 bln 7-year notes Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AB, ABMD, ADS, AEP, AGCO, ALNY, AMT, AOS, ATI, BAX, BC, BSIG, BTU, CARR, CAR, CBRE, CBZ, CFR, CG, CMCO, CMCSA, CMS, CNX, COLB, CONE, COOP, COR, CWT, DBD, EME, EXP, FCN, GPI, GVA, HBAN, HSY, IBP, ICE, ITW, KBR, KDP, KEX, LECO, LH, LKQ, MA, MCO, MDD, MO, MRK, NEM, NLSN, NOC, OSK, OSIS, OSTK, PBF, RGEN, RLGY, RS, SAH, SAIA, SNDR, SWI, SWK, TAP, TFX, TPX, TREE, TW, TXT, VC, VLY, WEX, WST, XEL, YUM Earnings After the Close: AAPL, ABCB, ACHC, AGL, AMZN, ASPN, ATEN, ATR, AVT, AX, BIO, BY, CDNA, CHE, COHU, COLM, CPT, CUZ, CWST, DECK, DVA, DXCM, EB, EMN, FISI, FTDR, FTV, GILD, HIG, HUBG, LOPE, LPLA, LTC, NGRC, MHK, MMSI, MPWR, MSTR, NATI, NXGN, PEB, POWI, PSB, PTCT, QUMU, RMD, RSG, SBCF, SBUX, SGEN, SKX, SKYW, SM, SPNE, SSNC, SYK, TEX, TXRH, VCRA, VRSN, WDC, WRAP, WRE, X, ZEN Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -1.61 81.05 Brent -1.37 83.21 Gold -2.10 1,801.20 EUR/USD -0.0006 1.1598 JPY/USD -0.23 113.57 10-Year Note +0.012 1.541% Sector News Breakdown Consumer eBay Inc. (EBAY) 3Q adj EPS $0.90 vs est. $0.89 on revs $2.5B vs est. $2.46B; guides 4Q adj EPS $0.72-0.76 vs est. $1.00, sees 4Q revs $2.57-2.62B vs est. $2.65B; raising estimated FY share buyback from $5.0B to $7.0B Ford Motor (F) announces resumption of stock dividend in 4q; 3Q adj EPS $0.51 vs est. $0.27 on revs $35.7B vs est. $32.5B; expects cash flow over current planning period to be more than sufficient to fund growth, announces resumption of regular stock dividend in 4Q; no changes to FY adj FCF guide of $4.0-5.0B Boot Barn (BOOT) Q2 EPS $1.25 vs est. $0.93 on revenue $312.7M (+67.1% vs 2Q19) vs est. $291M, same-store sales +61.7% YoY, +53.6% vs 2019; sees new unit growth 10% in FY22; named Jim Watkins as CFO with current CFO Greg Hackman continuing as VP and COO Churchill Downs (CHDN) 3Q EPS $1.57 vs est. $1.47 on revs $393Mm vs est. $406.8Mm Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. (FDP) said it is raising prices on bananas, pineapples and fresh-cut fruit in response to unprecedented market conditions and inflationary pressures being felt across all industries iRobot (IRBT) Q3 EPS $1.67 vs. est. $0.70; Q3 revs $440.7M vs. est. $417.04M; cuts FY21 non-GAAP EPS view to $1.15-$1.74 from $2.25-$3.15 (est. $2.70) and lowers FY21 revenue view to $1.56B-$1.59B from $1.55B-$1.62B (est. $1.58B) Noodles (NDLS) Q3 adj EPS 12c vs est. 9c on in-line revenue $125.1M with digital sales 52% of total revs; system-wide comp sales +16.3% vs est. +14.3%, avg unit volume $1.38M, +16% YoY; now sees 7-9 new restaurants in 2021, down from prior outlook for 10-15; anticipates system-wide unit growth of at least 8% next year O’Reilly Auto (ORLY) Q3 EPS $8.07 vs. est. $7.18; Q3 sales $3.48B vs. est. $3.3B; gross profit margin 52.3% vs. 52.4% y/y; raises year rev outlook to $12.9B-$13.2B from prior $12.3B-$12.6B (est. $12.73B) Sleep Number (SNBR) 3Q EPS $2.22 vs est. $1.44 on revs $640Mm vs est. $587.1Mm; sees FY EPS $7.25 vs est. $7.15; Spirit Airlines (SAVE) Q3 adj EPS ($0.69) was a narrower loss than est. ($1.02) on in-line revs $922.6M; load factor 77.6%, capacity +3.5% vs 3Q19; is slowing the pace to push back to full fleet utilization, expects to produce 53B-55B available seat miles in 2022 VICI Properties (VICI) 3Q adj FFO/shr $0.45 on revs $375.7Mm; guides FY adj FFO/shr $1.7901.80 vs est. $1.84 Wyndham Hotels (WH) 3Q EPS $1.09 vs est. $0.91 on net revs $463Mm vs est. $463Mm; guides FY RevPAR growth about 43%, sees fee-related and other revs $1.21-1.23B; guides FY adj EPS $2.93-3.03 vs est. $2.69 Yum China (YUMC) Q3 adj EPS $0.22 vs. est. $0.31; Q3 revs $2.55B vs. est. $2.51B; qtrly total system sales increased 1% year over year, with increases of 1% at both KFC and Pizza Hut, excluding f/x; increasing gross new stores target to over 1,700 in 2021; expect that covid-19, especially the delta variant outbreaks, will continue to affect consumer behavior and impact our same-store sales recovery. Solo Brands, Inc. (DTC) prices 12.9M share IPO at $17.00 per share Scientific Games Corp (SGMS) announces sale of lottery business to Brookfield business partners for $6.05 billion; deal consisting of $5.825 bln in cash & an earn-out of up to $225 mln based on achievement of certain ebitda targets in 2022 & 2023 Energy, Industrials & Materials Allison Transmission (ALSN) 3Q EPS $0.89 vs est. $0.90 on revs $567Mm vs est. $584Mm; guides FY sales $2.325-2.4B vs est. $2.36B Flowserve Corp. (FLS) 3Q adj EPS $0.29 vs est. $0.40 on revs $866.1Mm vs est. $899Mm; guides FY revs down 2-4% vs est. -2.3%, sees FY EPS $1.45-1.65 (was $1.40-1.45) vs est. $1.58, sees CAPEX $70-80Mm vs prior $65Mm Kraton (KRA) Q3 adj EPS $0.98 vs. est. $0.79; Q3 revs $526.9M vs. est. $459.1M; Polymer segment operating income of $43.8 million, compared to an operating loss of $5.1 million YoY; Chemical segment operating income of $35.7M, compared to an operating loss of $401.7M YoY Sunnova Energy (NOVA) Q3 EPS ($0.25) vs est. ($0.13) on revenue $68.9M vs est. $67.4M; reaffirmed FY21 view for adj EBITDA $80M-$85M, customer additions 55k-58k; set FY22 guidance for adj EBITDA $117M-$137M, customer additions 83k-87k Tronox Holdings (TROX) Q3 adj EPS $0.72 vs. est. $0.64; Q3 revs rose 29% to $870M vs. est. $905.3M United Rentals (URI) 3Q adj EPS $6.58 vs est. $6.80 on revs $2.6B vs est. $2.58B; guides FY revs $9.6-9.75B vs est. $9.6B, sees FY adj EBITDA $4.325-4.4B vs est. 4.3B Financials Aflac (AFL) Q3 adj EPS $1.53 vs. est. $1.32; Q3 revs $5.2B vs. est. $5.34B; in yen terms, Aflac Japan’s net premium income was ¥323.1 bln for quarter, or 4.0% lower than a year ago AvalonBay (AVB) Q3 core FFO $2.06 vs est. 1.97, EPS $0.56 vs est. $0.77, same-store sales +1.2%; sees Q4 core FFO $2.19-$2.29 vs est. $2.11, raised FY core FFO view to $8.18-$8.28 from $7.92-$8.12 CyrusOne Inc. (CONE) 3Q adj FFO/shr $1.02 vs est. $0.99 on revs $304.1Mm vs est. $290.4Mm; guides FY revs $1.18-1.2B vs est. $1.17B Invitation Homes (INVH) Q3 core FFO 38c/shr vs est. 36c, EPS 12c vs est. 10c, revenue $510M vs est. $497.8M; same-store NOI +11.9% YoY on same-store revs +7.9%; raised FY21 core EPS view to $1.49 at midpoint from $1.44, adj FFO ro $1.28 at midpoint from $1.24 Lending Club (LC) Q3 EPS $0.26 vs est. $0.03 on revenue $246.2M vs est. $221.2M; sees Q4 revs $240M-$250M vs est. $235.7M, loan originations $2.8-$3B; raised FY view for revenue to $796M-$806M from $750M-$780M Raymond James (RJF) Q4 EPS $2.06 vs. est. $1.71; Q4 revs $2.7B vs. est. $2.54B; quarter-end records for client assets under administration of $1.18 trillion, financial assets under management of $191.9B, and net loans at Raymond James Bank of $25B The SEC asked at least one asset manager not to proceed with plans for a leveraged bitcoin exchange-traded fund, according to a person familiar with the matter. The SEC indicated it wants to limit new bitcoin-related products to those that provide unleveraged exposure to bitcoin futures contracts, such as the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy exchange-traded fund, which was launched last week, the person said. https://on.wsj.com/3GvG2qg Healthcare Align Technology (ALGN) 3Q adj EPS $2.87 vs est. $2.60 on revs $1.02B vs est. $978Mm; guides FY revs $3.9-3.95B vs est. $3.94B; says clinical study validates benefits of the Itero Element 5D imaging system Alnylam (ALNY) reports positive topline 18-month results from Helios-a phase 3 study of Vutrisiran in patients with HATTR amyloidosis with polyneuropathy BioMarin (BMRN) Q3 GAAP EPS loss (-$0.20) vs. est. loss (-$0.25); Q3 revs $408.7M vs. est. $435.32M; Lower Kuvan product revenues primarily due to generic competition due to the loss of exclusivity in the U.S.; Lower Aldurazyme product revenues due to timing of product fulfillment to Genzyme Edwards LifeSciences (EW) Q3 EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.53; Q3 revs $1.3B vs. est. $1.32B; sees FY21 adjusted EPS at high end of $2.07-$2.27 (est. $2.26) and reaffirms FY21 revenue view $5.2B-$5.4B (est. $5.32B); TAVR sales grew 15%; underlying 14%; U.S. TAVR sales grew 12%; OUS approximately 20% Encompass Health (EHC) Q3 adj EPS $1.03 vs. est. $1.06; Q3 revs $1.28B vs. est. $1.31B; cuts FY21 adj EPS view to $4.23-$4.38 from $4.32-$4.47 and lowers FY21 revenue view to $5.08B-$5.13B from $5.1B-$5.25B (est. $5.18B) Molina Healthcare (MOH) Q3 adj EPS $2.83 vs. est. $2.79; Q3 revs $7.04B vs. est. $6.79B; backs FY21 EPS view of no less than $13.25 vs. est. $13.38 and backs FY21 revenue view of no less than $27.5B vs. est. $26.97B; consolidated MCR for Q3 was 88.9%, compared to 85.9% in the third quarter of 2020 Teladoc (TDOC) Q3 EPS loss (-$0.53) vs. est. loss (-$0.65); Q3 revs $521.66M vs. est. $516.6M; Q3 visits topped 3.9M, 37% higher than Q3 2020; sees Q4 EPS loss (73c)-(53c) vs. est. loss (69c); sees Q4 revs $536M-$546M vs. est. $539.74M; sees Q4 total visits 3.9M-4.1M
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send him LTC
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@Value_Envision #汇毅 Value Envision
一篇有关Walmart接受顾客以莱特币 (LTC) 付款购物的假新闻稿给GlobeNewswire网站，刊登后被多家外媒当作是真消息报导，刺激莱特币价格急升约 3 成，也带动了包括比特币在内的其它虚拟货币走高。随后Walmart爆出信息造假，莱特币急剧回吐全部升幅。
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Walmart & LTC wahrscheinlich Fake News so wie man jetzt liest
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lol someone just made a little mint on LTC
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seeing that LTC / WMT could be fake
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BREAKING NEWS: Walmart announcing a partnership with $LTC.
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@khewer78 #LWT Trading
I have started small with $ETH and $LTC
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renato sto valutando di operare sulle crypto mai fatto e` sto valutando e` studiando molto mi mordo le mani mi sono perso quasi il 18% sul LTC che nn mi fidavo perso il breack
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BTC ETH and LTC are what I own
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Yesterday the World got all fired up about the $BTC.X World Conference. Volume exceeded the prior day for some coins but for others it fell willfully short. I'd recommend checking your volume signature but here are a few that passed the test. BTC $ETH DOGE DOT LTC MATIC VET I'm sure there are others!!!!
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LTC long. bei ca 130
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What crypo are you Hodl? Me: ETH and MATIC I funnel all spec profits from LTC, DOGE, etc. into ETH. That's my process!!!!
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**Accumulation or Consolidation** The recent CRASH in cryptocurrencies has lead to sideways price action (balance) in BTC, ETH and LTC. There are probably similar price action in other coins. Markets move in the following manner: (i) Trend - Balance( sideways)-Trend (ii) Trend- Balance- Reversal What I'm looking for: (i) Where is value developing within the existing balance area, (ii) What size is being traded and by whom. Combined, I can make an assessment of whether the current auction has been completed to the downside or if price will break lows in a continuation move thus Trend-Balance-Trend. Attached is the daily chart of BTHUSD. Notice that we have a confirmed downtrend and the current balance area. At the time this snapshot was taken, price was near the middle of the range or trading at/near fair value. The scenarios that I laid out earlier in this post are shown with the green and red arrows. Finally, Whales have not bought/sold since the 5/18 crash and two way trade is being established within the consolidation by dominate order sizes between 50-100K. Retail trade <20K size are not actively participating. Are you a buyer, seller or holdler?
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ltc hab ich keine Meinung dazu
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Doch natürlich. Immer wieder mal gekauft aber auch hier natürlich zu höheren Beträgen, bin ja erst seit Dezember/Januar richtig dabei. Und kann halt nur zu gewissen teilen kaufen. Habe auch ETH und LTC. Und dann noch ein paar kleinere, aber diese mit ganz wenig Geld. Fokus ist für mich als Hodler die BTC, ETH (hier glaube ich ist noch mehr potenzial) und halt LTC und XRP.
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hab mir LTC am Vormittag bei 200 geholt > @Tobsekuh said: was würdet ihr für Hodler jetzt empfehlen. Die Kurse sind ja bei ETH, LTC und Bitcoin interresant, oder?
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was würdet ihr für Hodler jetzt empfehlen. Die Kurse sind ja bei ETH, LTC und Bitcoin interresant, oder?
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ETH hat gerade 30% Korrektur hinter sich, LTC... Keine Anlage Empfehlungen aber einfach mal ansehen
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