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That's when the ALP/Greens politicians will be buying them.
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What's doing with Fed-Coins?
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Not familiar with Fed-Coins ... since you only ask questions that you pretend to know the answer to ... 


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I dont know what it is. I thought with you being a major investor these days, you would up on it. 

There was a story in the Washington Post this week about how Fed-Coins, issued by the US Central Bank would crush the market, but nobody knows because they are yet to be introduced despite months of speculation
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Speculation is the word! ... I'm not an investor, and definitely not major!

Ripple the big mover now - I bought 2 weeks ago at 67 cents ... $2.40 now, up $1 today ... don't know why, don't care!Wink 
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The "block chain" concept, was that patentable ?
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There is a lot of speculation about whether it could or would be a good idea to patent the technology or even how to do it. It hasn't happened yet . The NYSE is very interested in looking at the texhnology I would think they would some lock on it
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Speculation is the word! ... I'm not an investor, and definitely not major!

Ripple the big mover now - I bought 2 weeks ago at 67 cents ... $2.40 now, up $1 today ... don't know why, don't care!Wink 



$17.30 profit, nice going  Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Speculation is the word! ... I'm not an investor, and definitely not major!

Ripple the big mover now - I bought 2 weeks ago at 67 cents ... $2.40 now, up $1 today ... don't know why, don't care!Wink 



$17.30 profit, nice going  Thumbs Up


Good at maths too   aye .

Must be proud , given that English isn't your 1st language.
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Speculation is the word! ... I'm not an investor, and definitely not major!

Ripple the big mover now - I bought 2 weeks ago at 67 cents ... $2.40 now, up $1 today ... don't know why, don't care!Wink 



$17.30 profit, nice going  Thumbs Up


Good at maths too   aye .

Must be proud , given that English isn't your 1st language.


Is that some sort of dig dotard. You pathetic lowlife, my father spoke 6 languages but Mr 1950's Xenophobe somehow feels superior

By the way language has nothing to do with the numerical system either  porridge brain LOL


Hindu–Arabic numeral system,

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   I hit a nerve ...       Not unexpected.
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numeric system was not invented by English speakers codger, how about that Shocked
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Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Speculation is the word! ... I'm not an investor, and definitely not major!

Ripple the big mover now - I bought 2 weeks ago at 67 cents ... $2.40 now, up $1 today ... don't know why, don't care!Wink 



$17.30 profit, nice going  Thumbs Up

$1.73 ... I only bought one.Cry
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$1.73 ... I only bought one.Cry
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Has the major breaking news overnight involving Alexander Downer anything to do with his quick replacement by George Brandis as High Commissioner to London?
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Always beware a man who wears fish-net stockings. I never saw Rod Taylor wear any when he made that movie, the High Commissioner.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Has the major breaking news overnight involving Alexander Downer anything to do with his quick replacement by George Brandis as High Commissioner to London?


Alexander would be in need of treatment so put on extended sick leave.

The UK doesn't have work for Psychiatrists , so Mr Downer is on his way home.
       
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THE CAT"S BACK AMONG THE PIGEONS.

   The carbon subject has again split the LNP.

Taxing our economy ,   Killing the aged and infirm by denying adequate energy for protection against the extremes of weather.

Shame on Australia for slowly depriving the poor of access to the basic needs of life .
Utility prices are only one area of prices taxing the lower income earners.
10% of all increases go to GST to fill the pool for Politicians perks .

Turnbull has to go .   He has destroyed the LNP and is 100,000/1 to be re elected .          > Go Mr Turnbull ,    You have been a total failure every time you have held a responsible Government position.
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We need Abbott back ...     or we may get Tanya Pullupasak=
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Tanya Plibersek with her husband Michael Coutts-Trotter at the 2013 Press Gallery Mid Winter Ball.
The following two extracts from Anne Summers' 2012 profile of Ms Plibersek tell the stories behind two defining relationships in her life.
'He was so disappointed in his life'

On their very first date, in 1991, Michael Coutts-Trotter told Pliber­sek that he had served almost three years of a nine-year prison sentence on a drugs charge. He'd done time in maximum-security jails like Long Bay, Bathurst and Parra­matta ("A genuinely bleak place," he calls it) before ending up in Silverwater and work release.

After being paroled in 1988, he spent a year at a Salvation Army rehab facility. Three years after this, still on parole, attending Narcotics Anony­mous and not drinking alcohol, he was opening his soul to the woman who would become his wife nine years later.

Plibersek says she never feared that he might revert to his old ways "because he was so honest about it and so disappointed in his life".

It was not one he wanted to go back to, he told the boys at his old school, Sydney's Saint Ignatius' College, in 2009: "I was in jail, 6 1/2 stone [41.2 kilograms], psychotic from lack of drugs and lack of sleep, charged with conspiracy to import half a kilo of heroin, and humiliated by the things I'd done, and the things I'd failed to do, in using and selling drugs."
And very lucky to be alive: "I hadn't overdosed or been shot either of the times I'd been robbed at gunpoint," he told the rapt school audience.
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

We need Abbott back ...     or we may get Tanya Pullupasak=
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Tanya Plibersek with her husband Michael Coutts-Trotter at the 2013 Press Gallery Mid Winter Ball.
The following two extracts from Anne Summers' 2012 profile of Ms Plibersek tell the stories behind two defining relationships in her life.
'He was so disappointed in his life'

On their very first date, in 1991, Michael Coutts-Trotter told Pliber­sek that he had served almost three years of a nine-year prison sentence on a drugs charge. He'd done time in maximum-security jails like Long Bay, Bathurst and Parra­matta ("A genuinely bleak place," he calls it) before ending up in Silverwater and work release.

After being paroled in 1988, he spent a year at a Salvation Army rehab facility. Three years after this, still on parole, attending Narcotics Anony­mous and not drinking alcohol, he was opening his soul to the woman who would become his wife nine years later.

Plibersek says she never feared that he might revert to his old ways "because he was so honest about it and so disappointed in his life".

It was not one he wanted to go back to, he told the boys at his old school, Sydney's Saint Ignatius' College, in 2009: "I was in jail, 6 1/2 stone [41.2 kilograms], psychotic from lack of drugs and lack of sleep, charged with conspiracy to import half a kilo of heroin, and humiliated by the things I'd done, and the things I'd failed to do, in using and selling drugs."
And very lucky to be alive: "I hadn't overdosed or been shot either of the times I'd been robbed at gunpoint," he told the rapt school audience.

Making the perpetrator into the victim and then bestowing hero status on them ... Wacko

Nobody does out of touch Socialism like the ALP does!Clap
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Hey Doc, if this is true does this mean your mob engaged in a huge deliberate Mediscare Neg-Gearscare lying campaign at the last election?


Government negative gearing claims contradicted by official advice, FOI reveals

Exclusive by political reporter Dan Conifer and FOI editor Michael McKinnon

Updated about an hour ago

Federal Labor's negative gearing overhaul would likely have a "small" impact on home values, official documents reveal, contradicting Government claims the policy would "smash" Australia's housing market.

The previously confidential advice to Treasurer Scott Morrison from his own department said the Opposition's plan might cause "some downward pressure" and could have "a relatively modest downward impact" on prices.

What they said about Labor's negative gearing policy

  • "It is the most ill-conceived, potentially destructive policy ever proposed by any opposition." Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, February 24, 2016
  • "The Labor Party have just gone out there with a growth destroying, home price destroying … set of tax measures." Treasurer Scott Morrison, March 3, 2016
  • "Those opposite want to take a chainsaw to the housing market … Those opposite want to go into the housing market and hack away with an axe." Treasurer Scott Morrison, May 10, 2017

The ALP's plan to restrict the tax deduction, along with halving the capital gains tax (CGT) discount, was a major issue during the 2016 election campaign.


Federal Labor's negative gearing overhaul would likely have a "small" impact on home values, official documents reveal, contradicting Government claims the policy would "smash" Australia's housing market.

The previously confidential advice to Treasurer Scott Morrison from his own department said the Opposition's plan might cause "some downward pressure" and could have "a relatively modest downward impact" on prices.

What they said about Labor's negative gearing policy

  • "It is the most ill-conceived, potentially destructive policy ever proposed by any opposition." Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, February 24, 2016
  • "The Labor Party have just gone out there with a growth destroying, home price destroying … set of tax measures." Treasurer Scott Morrison, March 3, 2016
  • "Those opposite want to take a chainsaw to the housing market … Those opposite want to go into the housing market and hack away with an axe." Treasurer Scott Morrison, May 10, 2017
  • http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-01-08/govt-negative-gearing-claims-contradicted-by-official-advice-foi/9309736

The ALP's plan to restrict the tax deduction, along with halving the capital gains tax (CGT) discount, was a major issue during the 2016 election campaign.

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No, I've commented on this many times.

The ALP policy, based on their OWN figures and projections, which assume "a relatively modest downward impact" on prices, carries an unfunded conservative cost to the Australian Citizens of $500 BILLION DOLLARS for a claimed benefit of $32 BILLION DOLLARS ... AKA "SHORTENOMICS".Embarrassed

Being that you are only interested in NEW MATHS - you know the maths that makes Renewable Subsidies cheaper than Coal Subsidies - I won't bother trying to explain.

Just trust me, since I don't lie, and there is no need to lie about this, as it's all set out in the ALP Policy Statement on their website, unchanged since before the last election.
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Good to see you've been supporting the McGrath foundation pink test cause in some of your posts Doc.
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LOL ... Always have Afros ... even wear my "salmon" polo shirt!Thumbs Up

It does get a bit tedious when I'm posting around AUSTRALIA DAY!Wink





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Turnbull had better find some Magic overnight if he is to keep Shorten in opposition.
I note the "back door" taxes are never ending with just a few areas adding $150 a quarter to Household accounts .
Add up the 10 % GST on these increases on Electricity , sewerage/water services, Levies etc.     and of course the 30% on the increase from Company Tax .       Leaves one wondering .
Another way to reduce wages & Welfare Payments .
How many pensioners are starving after paying rent.?
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Shorten just keeps stepping up and saving him! ... he's quite incredible our BS Bill.
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Rumours are getting stronger of a Libtard-spill coming. Abbott(dont laughShocked) Morrison and Dutton. Strange that leaks have emerged this week against Morrison and Abbott. Wonder who the leaker could be?
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Abbott, Hockey and Arnold wanted to keep under 30s off the dole permanently but what was the actual policy that made it into the budget? Under 30s, 6 month wait wasn't it?
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You mean Andrews?
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You mean Andrews?


No, the one that sounds like Arnold Terminator, whatsisface. Cormann.

 Andrews opposed it.
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