/biz/ what are some good ways to advertise a local website? (In a big city)
Are Flyers and banners the only way? Relying on word of mouth seems ridiculously slow and unrealistic.
Including doge , looks like ether has sparked another round of mindless sperglord buying activity
If anyone needs some beer money , this is the environment for it
Buy ethereum. The money will move to the only currency with fundamentals in this market as soon as those other currencies start looking peaky all that cash will come flowing back to big daddy ETH thats how the expansion to $10/ETH will happen.
You might want to look at a chart. 6% decline after tripling in price in like a week aint shit.
But no , traditionally if altcoins are up btc is down and vice versa , with ether doing this good it seems new moneys pouring in to all the other top 20 trying to catch the next big one
Why doesnt /biz/ have a sticky/wiki? I want the the TLDR on what do with my money.
I have ~13000USD in stock that my grandfather gave me when i was 10. Thankfully my parents didn't let me sell it and blow it when I was 18. Im 22 now, they still have technical control but I'd like to start really investing it smarter and generating something resembling a monthly income. It's in some kind of high dividend stock right now, with all the dividends going back into the stock. Sorry I dont know much about it desu.
Is it possible to generate a couple hundred...
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Find out which stock first, if its linked too heavily with the price of oil then I'd wait till later to start fiddling around.
I wouldn't expect too much money from it - high reward always comes with high risk. As a rule of thumb you might gain a 20th of your money per year.
Stocks are great and all but for most people they'll never replace a job.
90% of it in this. The rest is in SNP 500 something or another
1. Read every article you can and get familiar with all the terms.
2. Watch the many, many interviews with warren Buffett available on YouTube.
3. Read books on investing, starting with "The intelligent investor" by Ben graham.
Only then should you even think about touching that money.
I can't figure out how to make money, /biz/.
It seems like all I can do is work in my field and earn enough to survive, while still gathering debt along the way.
How do I actually do well and have my own business? It could literally be anything, I just want to have some control over my wealth. I'm not some retarded immigrant who has to work two jobs to make ends meet, yet that's the lifestyle I'm currently living.
Sell crystal balls on etsy.
Wind turbine technicians are experiencing a 108% growth. Right now u make about 50k a year doing it. If I were to get a bachelors or masters in the field and about 5-10years of experience, do you think I could be making about 80-90k a year?
anyone mining ethereium?
im getting into it and going to upgrade a single computer, mainly graphics card and maybe processor.
ive got an amd r7 260xor something.
Thanks for the shilling to single the temporary top /biz/
Product that you'd love to make,
but probably would not make any money.
I'd like to make a better glass vaporizer for DMT. Would not sell. It's a fringe drug even within the small psychedelic part of society.
Pretty much any toy that isn't Iron Man, Darth Vader, or flavor of the month anime. I'm still going to do it once I get out from under selling toys though. Fuck the market and its stupidity.
>doctors work really hard
Where did this urban legend originate from?
My doc smokes weed and drives a cayman. Even though the average moralfag would be triggered by this type of behavior and immediately start a petition on change.org, he told me a lot of docs are not too different than him and have a lot of "secret hobbies" the public would simply freak out if they found out. Is this true?
Do they have to make it this so obvious? Kinda makes me scared to get a mortgage tbqh
>From the year 1880 to 2012 the after inflation return for the average price of a home in the U.S. was a total of 23.25%. So in 132 years, again after accounting for inflation, the average price of a home went up only 0.16% per year! From 1880 to 2006 (the high point of the housing bubble) it was up a total of 96.18% or 0.54% per year.
Is $300 to much to pay some jew do my taxes? 2 w'2s income was ~35k 21 single
GUYS BUY SAIPEM STOCK
IT IS Super cheap right now. It literally crashed yesterday. Now it's super cheap. Bottom lowest. It can only rise from now.
Are Bloomberg terminals worth getting? Why do people pay such ludicrous fees for them?
Because you won't be able to get a price on something like a 2025 AMD 4.5 bond, it's call schedule, its dividend schedule, any accrued interest, seniority/subordinates, etc off google finance or your retail brokers website
I have to write a consultancy report as part of a university assignment. How the fuck are you supposed to find a company to write it for, do you just randomly email or call companies?
Do companies even care about the opinion of a student? Seriously, anyone here that has done this before?
Pick a company where you know a person that works there, so you can ask them questions.
Pick a company that has a lot of news articles written about them because there's a good chance you won't get an email/call back.
>Do companies even care about the opinion of a student?
Likely not. Don't offer it.
is "work productivity and efficiency" a baby boomer buzz word or did millennials come up with that?
Nope, there's a difference between productive work and busy work.
This is busy work for math classes.