• Will bitcoin rise again?

    Best answer: Bitcoin has overcome more than 300 deaths now. There were times when crypto critics gave their verdict that it is the end of Bitcoin. However, it bounced back every time proving them wrong. Despite the struggles that Bitcoin has experienced, there has been a noteworthy influx in terms of investments in the... show more
    Best answer: Bitcoin has overcome more than 300 deaths now. There were times when crypto critics gave their verdict that it is the end of Bitcoin. However, it bounced back every time proving them wrong.

    Despite the struggles that Bitcoin has experienced, there has been a noteworthy influx in terms of investments in the market.

    Long-term BTC holders believe that the Bitcoin market moves in cycles. If that is the case, BTC price will certainly shoot up.

    Considering the speculations, you should as well be convinced that the price of Bitcoin depends on risk tolerance and belief in the long-term viability of the number one cryptocurrency as an asset.

    Let us have a look at the Bitcoin price graph for the last one week.

    The graph does not follow a downward trend throughout. It touches the peak at $6800 on 22nd September and then comes down to more than $6400 on 25th September.

    Bitcoin is subjected to volatility. For a stable rise in Bitcoin price, we have to allow it some time. It is too soon to predict that Bitcoin will rise exponentially in the near future. However, I am bullish about the fact that it will crash and rise again in cycles.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it possible if half the population is gone, there are more job openings?

    We should get rid of half of the population so there are more open jobs. Everyone seems to forget that with more jobs means that employers are desperately needing people to fill in those position. If Thanos were here, he could wipe half the population and maybe live happily ever after. Besides, why should I care if... show more
    We should get rid of half of the population so there are more open jobs. Everyone seems to forget that with more jobs means that employers are desperately needing people to fill in those position. If Thanos were here, he could wipe half the population and maybe live happily ever after. Besides, why should I care if humans don't care about each other.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will Bitcoin become the reserve currency of the world?

    Best answer: are you serious ??

    bitcoin = sh-itcoin and has the same worth/value as Monopoly $$
    Best answer: are you serious ??

    bitcoin = sh-itcoin and has the same worth/value as Monopoly $$
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • When the minimum wage increases, which outcome is MOST likely?

    Unemployment among unskilled workers increases. Skilled workers will outnumber unskilled workers. Fewer workers are willing to work off the books. Unemployment among skilled workers decreases.
    Unemployment among unskilled workers increases. Skilled workers will outnumber unskilled workers. Fewer workers are willing to work off the books. Unemployment among skilled workers decreases.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Who is responsible for the condition of the United States economy? President Trump? Or Barack Hussein Obama ???

    Best answer: Both. Obama has bailed out, leading to the next collapse. Trump has tried to delay it.
    Best answer: Both. Obama has bailed out, leading to the next collapse. Trump has tried to delay it.
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Has unemployment gone DOWN again? My questions are being moved to ridiculous categories at the fastest pace ever...or is the internet faster?

    Best answer: It's at a rare low of 3.9% because of competitive job rate. It has little to do with who is the President though I am sure he will take credit for it. The unemployment rate goes up and it goes down just like it always has. Plus, it;s October where retail businesses start hiring for the holidays.
    Best answer: It's at a rare low of 3.9% because of competitive job rate. It has little to do with who is the President though I am sure he will take credit for it. The unemployment rate goes up and it goes down just like it always has. Plus, it;s October where retail businesses start hiring for the holidays.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is the world headed for another economic collapse?

    Best answer: what's that old saying "if it seems to good to be true it probably is" seems to apply here. huge yearly deficits, regulations rolled back on Wall Street (think 2008), interest rates climbing, tariffs causing rising prices, consumer debt is through the roof, stocks greatly overvalued. It takes time for... show more
    Best answer: what's that old saying "if it seems to good to be true it probably is" seems to apply here. huge yearly deficits, regulations rolled back on Wall Street (think 2008), interest rates climbing, tariffs causing rising prices, consumer debt is through the roof, stocks greatly overvalued. It takes time for all this to come to roost but when it does it gets very ugly very fast
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the best way to invest 400K in the short run?

    investing 400K for short run and pretty easy to convert to cash in 2 years. What is the best investment?
    investing 400K for short run and pretty easy to convert to cash in 2 years. What is the best investment?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How many euro is a us dollar?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I read that the average car age in the USA is 11.5 years. In the UK its just under 8. Why so much older in America?

    Best answer: There are lots of reasons, but one reason that other's haven't mentioned is the size of the vehicles. In the USA, large SUV's and pick up trucks are common, even among people who don't really need the added size. These vehicles cost a lot more when they're new, which means the value of used... show more
    Best answer: There are lots of reasons, but one reason that other's haven't mentioned is the size of the vehicles. In the USA, large SUV's and pick up trucks are common, even among people who don't really need the added size.

    These vehicles cost a lot more when they're new, which means the value of used vehicles is higher. Those increased resale values mean that owners are more likely to pay for maintenance & repairs, and insurance companies are more likely to pay to fix a damaged car instead of declaring it a total loss. As a result, those larger vehicles are more likely to remain in service for a longer period of time.

    This is just simple economics. It makes sense to spend some money to keep something valuable in good working condition, but it doesn't make sense to spend money maintaining and repairing something that can be replaced more cheaply.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Cons: How are you enjoying Trump's trade war with China? Walmart will be more expensive.?

    Best answer: Before the tariffs were started, some of us said that consumers would end up paying the price, seems we were right. So.. the small tax break that some people got, will be eaten up by higher consumer prices and people who live from pay check to pay check are right back to where they were before.
    Best answer: Before the tariffs were started, some of us said that consumers would end up paying the price, seems we were right. So.. the small tax break that some people got, will be eaten up by higher consumer prices and people who live from pay check to pay check are right back to where they were before.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago