He’s not referring to your usage of the term. Your argument (or whatever you are trying to argue, I for one am unable to see the link between a rise in the price of a commodity and thus its ROI, and the relative stability of a commodity) is simply invalid, as is your response to Gramshackles’ comment.
I am not saying bitcoin will crash, stabilise or go up exponentially. Anything could happen and its foolish to try and guess. I’m not a ‘bitcoin critic’, heck I have money invested in it. But as you yourself said in your entertaining write-up yesterday:
“That’s what trading is. High risk, high reward.”
Nothing risky, by its very nature, is stable Daniel. That is something even the Sumerians would have known.