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XLM I think is being added to cex.io with a USD trading pair (I think)
I took some money out before the major crash to buy a land rover defender 90, the rest of my portfolio looks in a sorry state. Leaving it to ride it out now till end of 2018. If LTC drops near 30/40/50$ mark ill do in heavy...
Same with all my investments, stock market or crypto.
Only invest what I am willing to lose.
If I stuck 40k in to crypto, it would be because I would have the money and be willing to lose that amount, all works out the same in % form
Yeah I look daily at mine and since I started, so many green days and so many red days. You can see why people panic sell and it shows a big loss but it bounces just a quick. No where else you get the % gains you can on crypto. Works both ways you can lose just as much in the same period.
LTC in my opinion is good long term hold.
XLM is good buy for 2018, and XRP as much as people say its the bankers coin due to being centralized.
And if you want more risk and maybe a bigger reward maybe verge xvg.
Its gambling really....
I went in with £400 few months back, with trading alt coins etc I have £4k now and took my original £400 out.
Id be annoyed if I lose it all, but never had it to start worth so for me its worth the risk.
Fingers crossed. bought the car as it I needed a few bits and it was cheap. its got cup wheels on it at the mo so trying to get some cheap wheels to swap over so I can keep the cup wheels and have It rolling so it can be scrapped. Thanks for info
Tried to get the info from seller but they don't know and tried google for corsa steel wheels with no luck.
I have found these as shown in pic 14" which are off a clio so i'm banking on these fitting.
Found some cheap corsa wheels
4 stud and 4x100 - will these fit a 2001 clio 1.2 petrol? just need it to roll to go scrap yard.
Anyone able to help here, you lot seems to up to speed with everything clio :)
Was told the drop is a tad more than the sport lines and are a little stiffer. This is on the road but is going to used mainly on track so I will report back hown they are on the track.
My car is stripped with buckets and the ride isn't too bad atall was quite surprised, couldn't see a massive...
I have done some reading up here and facebook, and it seems Eibach Sportlines or Cooksports are the best lowering spring.
I am using the car as a track toy (not full on but a few through the year) and ill take it out the odd weekend on the road so not after a top spec set up just a...