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infometix

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  1. s550. I drive about 20k mi/yr. Lots of highway to the office daily. 75% of the route no traffic. The s550 is amazing in that realm. Very comfortable and moves good at the top end. I agree with you on the GT it is the ideal type car. You have to go to extremes to beat it as an overall. Note on the s550. It's an expensive daily. Bad on gas, eats through tires, and maintenance is costly. If you're ok with that. It's hard to beat. I bought it a couple years ago CPO light miles with MB extended warranty and man have I gotten my money's worth.
  2. I 've had a coupe for over a year and 6k miles. I've owned a bunch of cars of this type and price range. --For me, it can't be beat. I don't use it as a daily but you easily could. The comfort/fun/engine sound ratio is amazing.
  3. fuuu... I love it.
  4. Brother, I think the guys that know the game (Wall Street and the Valley) way better than us are making an absolute murder right now. Obviously the market is being played. Now how do we get a piece of the action? lol --I find the whole crypto market fascinating. Who knows what this will evolve to one day. The simplest thing I can see is these companies/ Alt coins coming to market are essentially doing a mini IPO (ICO) to raise capital for whatever BS problem they are claiming to want to solve. The coins and the companies are completely separate and you can simply view this as an easy, cheap, and unregulated way to go public/ raise money --and trade shares(coins). The few at the top which are attempting to be a new currency like BTC and ETH are probably going to be around forever. So is this turning into a whole new market that essentially allows the avg Joe to be a VC? Maybe I'm simplifying too much but I see something like this evolving quickly if regulators don't step in soon.
  5. Nice little rebound across the board. The swings on this stuff amazes me! If you could even get semi-close to figuring out the swings you could make a killing with relatively little money invested. What I find a little nerve wrecking is how to quickly move funds OUT crypto quickly? You can easily exchange altcoin to altcoin but when you want to park funds on the sideline nowhere seems safe. They are ALL super volatile. Even BTC. If anyone has a strategy they would like to share I'd love to know.
  6. jeez... it's a blood bath out there. My eyes only see RED.
  7. wouldn't it be a safe assumption to think that the big boys that can now play with futures ...and are also dabbling in crypto are going to purposely cause massive up/down swings (in what is a still young and unregulated market) to make money on both the big ups and the big downs? I wouldn't be surprised to see this yo-yo for some time while the major players are making money on both sides. Seems to easy?
  8. Good info. I don't think anyone can deny this feels like a real bubble. I'm sure there are plenty investors on the sidelines waiting for a big dip to buy in. On that note, who's shorting? With TD now allowing futures trading this can be shorted on a massive scale by more sophisticated investors. I think getting into crypto for the long term is a good move. This is definitely here to stay.
  9. for those 'in the know' what are the best/most reliable forums for crypto?
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