Here’s a few of questions you have left unanswered:
- If one has no income (for example is a retired with substantial wealth in a self-directed Roth IRA account) and wishes to increase their BTC holdings and adjust their allocations between assets as comparative values fluctuate (assuming you don’t recommend people put 100% of their savings in BTC), then what is fundamentally wrong with trying to dynamically cost average buying when BTC is low or going sideways and dynamically cost average selling when it is high in order to have the ability to increase coin count when it is low again?
- Why did you illustrate such short-term volitility when signal technical analysis doesn’t take such noise seriously?
- Do you not recognize the long accumulation phases compared to the short “bubbles” in the history of the BTC dollar price?
- Since QE obviously hasn’t worked to create inflation and indeed is actually a reaction to deflation which continues to accelerate and is likely to do so over the next few years, what is your thesis concerning deflation and BTC?
- Jeff Booth makes a strong argument that the deflationary effect of technology will only grow and that fiscal stimulus can’t prevent is snowball effect; and yet he is a big proponent for owning BTC. Why?
- Many signal services might be crap, but obviously not all or they would not exist. I have asked you to comment on Benjamin Cowen’s work which is available for free on YouTube. It would be instructive if you would specifically criticise his thesis.
- Do you ever actually respond to comments?