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u/SuchCiabatta · 1 pointr/dogecoin

Thank you all! I'm all out of Dogecoin to give on this giveaway; but I had a wonderful time and I hope you all did as well! Once sodogetip is back online, those waiting for Doge should all get it... otherwise, well... we'll see what we can do. XD

Oh and in case no one has been following all the responses here, the image is an homage to one of my favorite books called The Go-Giver....

...if you haven't heard of it, please read it when you can [either by buying or borrowing it from a library], it will make you appreciate what we do here in the Dogecoin community!

Good luck, fellow shibes and Doge-givers!

u/mr_dick_doge · 3 pointsr/dogecoin

>There have been some excellent trading opportunities with returns as high as 30% to your overall portfolio! Crypto is providing big returns that are uncommon in traditional markets.

I guess you have a good intention, Mr. Hustle, but I'd hate to see the kind shibes here being taken advantage of again. You should be more objective and also warn people that they can as easily lose that much of money when trading, especially when they don't know what they are doing initially.

And the effectiveness of technical 'analysis' is a highly debatable issue. I'd just leave this quote from Wikipedia:

> Technical analysis is widely used among traders and financial professionals and is very often used by active day traders, market makers and pit traders. In the 1960s and 1970s it was widely dismissed by academics. In a recent review, Irwin and Park[13] reported that 56 of 95 modern studies found that it produces positive results but noted that many of the positive results were rendered dubious by issues such as data snooping, so that the evidence in support of technical analysis was inconclusive; it is still considered by many academics to be pseudoscience.[14] Academics such as Eugene Fama say the evidence for technical analysis is sparse and is inconsistent with the weak form of the efficient-market hypothesis.[15][16] Users hold that even if technical analysis cannot predict the future, it helps to identify trading opportunities.[17]


> Whether technical analysis actually works is a matter of controversy. Methods vary greatly, and different technical analysts can sometimes make contradictory predictions from the same data. Many investors claim that they experience positive returns, but academic appraisals often find that it has little predictive power.[51] Of 95 modern studies, 56 concluded that technical analysis had positive results, although data-snooping bias and other problems make the analysis difficult.[13] Nonlinear prediction using neural networks occasionally produces statistically significant prediction results.[52] A Federal Reserve working paper[21] regarding support and resistance levels in short-term foreign exchange rates "offers strong evidence that the levels help to predict intraday trend interruptions," although the "predictive power" of those levels was "found to vary across the exchange rates and firms examined".

I'm not saying not to take coaching from DogeHustle, just that if people want to do it, be aware of its 'limitation' too and have fun doing it with your disposable money only. As an alternative, I strongly suggest shibes who want to try predicting the future based on pattern analysis to do it in a principled manner and learn math, stats and machine learning. It won't be easy, but it will have a wide application beyond trading (so-called data 'science' is the hot job nowadays). It will also teach you the limitation of such methods, and when it might fail, especially in such a manipulated market like crypto. This is a good book to start with:

u/DethFiesta · 1 pointr/dogecoin

It is difficult to accept because I didn't see your reasoning - it is not as obvious as you think. Basically, you are claiming that a better tax regime structure will make the poor not poor and thus the exemptions would end. This would, of course, mean that the tax rate becomes more regressive again, because without exemptions those at the lower levels pay more of their income in taxes than the rich. And of course, this will help to further stratify society and keep the money where it's at. Now that I understand your reasoning it is even harder to accept.

Percentage of income taxed is THE measure. That's why we have progressive tax rates today. Taxing the wealthy at the same rate as the poor is simply unfair in addition to creating greater inequality in society. There has been general agreement since the 19th century that fair taxation is progressive taxation, which is why we have progressive tax rates around the world and no one has done anything as silly as a flat tax.

And the US has forced redistribution all the time: note how income has shifted upwards over the last 35 years while the tax burden shifts away from businesses and the rich and onto the middle class. This has been largely due to deliberate tax policy favoring the wealthy. Your proposal would be the greatest giveaway every to the super rich. For data, see the book "Perfectly Legal."

u/ness36 · 2 pointsr/dogecoin

I would like to recommend as fitting nicely with the 1 doge = 1 doge philosophy of "enthusiastic indifference" the following two references for those interested in economics and currency markets:

Evidence for the fact that the stock market is efficient so to try to beat or time the market is basically impossible:
A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Very helpful community for beginning investors:
Bogleheads Guide for Beginner Investors


u/naruto_ender · 1 pointr/dogecoin

If you train regularly, then use this downtime to read and research. If you have not read it already, Mark Rippetoe's book Starting Strength is a pretty good read.

Additionally, try meditation or even yoga.

You can also look at catching up on some good movies or some great books.

And if you are in mood for some light reading, I have sent you a PM with a link from where you can freely download my books on Trivia Quizzing: Vol I, Vol II, Vol III, Omnibus. Each one should not take more than an hour and hopefully you will enjoy them.

u/GMTao · 1 pointr/dogecoin


Growing The Money Tree - Financial Freedome One Leaf At A Time

The description and such are the same on that page as they are on Amazon, but my Amazon page has some reviews for those who may be interested. Link for Amazon is here.

Thanks shibes!

u/ginger_beer_m · 4 pointsr/dogecoin

If you just try to eyeball patterns from historical charts, I guarantee you will see it because that's just what the brain has evolved to do: spotting patterns well (e.g. Jesus on a toast), even when it's actually due to random chance. That's also why most of the so-called technical 'analysis' are bullshit.

Instead, approach this in a systematic and principled manner. You can try check out this book to get an idea what I'm talking about: Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning. This is the standard grad-level introduction to the field, but might be rather heavy for some. An easier read is this one. You can find the PDF of these books online through some searching or just head to your local library. Approaching the problem from a probabilistic and statistical angle also lets you know the extent of what you can predict and more importantly, what the limitations are and when the approach breaks down -- which happens a lot actually.

TL;DR: predicting patterns is hard. That's why stats is the sexy new job of the century, alongside with 'data science' (hate that term uuurgh).

u/starryeyedsky · 2 pointsr/dogecoin

Someone already suggested codeacademy, another one to check out is

Note: If you are looking for a teaching tool for people who have never coded before, always check to see if one of the first programs (if not the first) it has you code is a "Hello World" program (or equivalent). It is a simple program that just prints "Hello World" on the screen that is the first program most people learn to code. If the guide is starting with something more complex than "Hello World" it may not be for absolute beginners. Just something to look out for.

If you are OK paying for a book, a good book in the beginners section would be Java: A beginner's Guide from Oracle. Start with the two free sources mentioned first as the book jumps into more advance topics more quickly.

u/thealo4taslkfj · 1 pointr/dogecoin

OK thanks, I took the plunge and also ordered this power supply I read about in another thread for $13 on amazon.

u/l337sponge · 1 pointr/dogecoin

watch out for good deals on gridseeds. You can get them for 40-50 bucks right now.

I'm using this power supply

This splitter

Amazonbasics 7port USB hub which was for sale on amazon for $18.99

Hooked up to my win7 machine running CGminer, might go to raspberry pi route soon just to get it out of my room. As I said, I don't pay for power so ya... otherwise ROI would be basically unattainable which it pretty much is anyway.

You CANNOT DUAL MINE with this setup. SCRYPT ONLY, Absolutely NO SHA-256. power supply with splitter works, simply because gridseeds use such little power in scrypt only mode.

u/MyDogeCoinAccount · 2 pointsr/dogecoin

I'm going to be getting one for myself. I'll bring it with me to Talladega to have in the dogeTent. So the kids have something to hold while their parents are chatting with us. :)

u/ongy33 · 1 pointr/dogecoin


This is a reference link.

Without this line, it will bring you to the same item.


u/ChateauLafite1827 · 3 pointsr/dogecoin

You can message your giftee through the system and ask them what they want. If they don't answer, then I recommend History of Dogecoin!

u/jesstelford · 2 pointsr/dogecoin

Javascript has it's bad parts. But, once you look past those and see The Good Parts...

u/evilgold · 1 pointr/dogecoin

It's wrong, because that is a bitcoin/SHA256 ASIC, which won't mine any doge at all. It will earn about $3 a day mining BTC.

If you want to mine dogecoin or any other scrypt based coin you'll need a Scrypt ASIC such as this one or this one

u/MrSenorSan · 2 pointsr/dogecoin

I'm not a skateboarder I've tried and failed in my teens, but this book disagrees with your statement.