bitcoin trading for profit?

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    hi there friends i want experts here who can give me correct answer
    ok i want to visit mtgox and buy 200 btc from there and sell it to high more than i paid. would that work ?
    would there be any problems with this? could i keep trading 100 btc back and forth with $1 differences and make profits?
     
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    Value might not go up. There is no intrinsic value, so the only way they go up is what economists describe as the "Greater Fool Theory
     
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    bitcoin burn my house
     
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    BINANCE is the safest and most trusted place to buy, sell, and manage your digital currency.
    The cost of Bitcoin is kept at the minimum level at this time.
    It's good possibility to invest in bitcoin, and trade other currencies on the exchange.
    Cryptocurrencies are highly volatile, it gives a great opportunity.
    To enter money on the exchange, it can be used "bestchange.com".

    With best regards
    Binance
     
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    But now, in 2019, will BTC be profitable or curl up and die?
     

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