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For all the relentless teasing and snark good-natured ribbing I took for my creation of ticker.art, it’s been a marvelous success. I mean, it’s not going to shove CyberPunks aside, but I was worried I would sell precisely $0.00 of my own creations, when in fact out of 48 items so far, 46 have sold! Pretty shocking, I’ve got to say. Ticker.art is a hit!
One chap has become a complete ticker.art aficionado – this doesn’t even show all the items he’s acquired, and he’s the lucky duck who snapped up TSLA in the wee hours this morning when we finally finished it after literally sixteen iterations on the pieces (I’m quite exacting about this stuff).
The July 11th vanity flight of Richard Branson for Virgin Galactic must be one of the greatest “sell the news” events in recent history. I’ve pointed out precisely when the much-publicized flight took place. Considering the stock’s performance since then, you would assume they had all burned up in the atmosphere.
Yesterday was an awesome opportunity to bank a nice chunk of easy coin. That of course assuming you were able to leave your mental hangups at the door where they belong and act on the ample evidence that was literally screaming us in the face.