Most furries are broke. This is because they're broken human beings who generally can't hold down jobs, or if they can it's minwage drudge shit. I'd concentrate your efforts on a target market that doesn't have to beg mom and dad for $5 for a DeviantArt sketch.
>>1055876 It's not that easy, for medicine there's always A LOT of people that want to get in, making it more difficult. Also that's not for everyone, i almost vomit when i see a stranger's blood, much less touching them or something
Have you ever considered farming out your passive income work to freelancers? (For example, having them write affiliate marketing articles.)
The idea is pretty appealing, because it's much more scalable than solo work. After a small initial investment on articles and graphics and web design, I start earning, and can commission more people to do the same, and then earn more.
Thoughts? What are some examples of this way of doing things?
>>1055872 kind of, I used to send like 100 emails a day to SEO, web design, etc. companies offering my web content writing services for $20 an article and then getting women on WAHM and other (English-speaking) work from home style sites to do the work for $8 an article. It profited okay, but so much fucking work involved. Dealing with freelancers is a full time job and not at all "passive". You simply can't trust them, as they have no stake in your success. You will find it is more work to manage freelancers... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to own US equities but don't have the time at the moment to research individual companies so the SP500 is the next best option.
OFX is an interesting one. Think it's a great company, and bought it initially around $2. Has since had a takeover offer a few months ago. On one hand I'll make a quick dollar if the takeover goes through, otherwise I'm happy to hold for the long term.
WOW.. I'm unsure on. Pretty low conviction on this one. The concern is when I go to Woolworths... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /biz/ I have a gambling addicting and it is killing my family, any advice? I need help before me and my family are on the streets, I understand that if I keep going along this road, I will be there. I spend virtually every penny I earn on gambling right now.
>>1055843 If I were in your position, I'd go do something which teaches you more about the world than accounting. Especially, since the demand is going to go down for accountants as much of their work is automated.
I'd say you'd probably find some sort of passion studying something in STEM. Love discovering things = Science, Love inventing/building things = Engineering. The issue is that an ACT score of 27 is pretty shit desu, senpai. You aren't going to get into Stanford with that score.
>>1055856 Thanks for taking the time to respond, senpai.
Yeah, the ACT score could of been better. I got my college situation settled though. I'm going to a local state university that's giving me a pretty good scholarship.
I know where I'm gonna spend the next four to five years of my life, it's just the struggle of knowing what to study so I can live a passionate adulthood. I really do not want to be an office drone. I just want to make a decent living so I can support a kiddo and have a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
the situation with these guys is they are sitting on at least 60000 ounces of gold (thats refined, not the ore) but are waiting for a mining license from the gov, which is supposedly approved and will arrive shortly. with aus gold prices rising and oil costs (expenditures) falling, the site stands to make an awful lot of money. however, the stock price is currently 0.3c, thats right a third of a cent. the question is, why? why is such a massive potential such a low value? does someone know something i dont? is this a massive opportunity... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The key is the licence hasn't been granted yet. God knows why it hasn't been granted.
I'd be watching only until the licence has been granted - cash burn until then. I had a bad experience with another stock that was waiting on a licence that didn't get granted for close to two years, and in the process, burned through way too much cash and devalued the shares by 90%. You have to question why its not a takeover target at these prices if the licence is a sure and imminent thing
>>1055827 It's half true. In my experience, I've gotten two good jobs without knowing anyone (aside from having some references who were not affiliated with the companies I applied to.) However, I've seen plenty of cases where knowing someone opened doors for other people. I would say: "it's what you know, or it's who you know"
>>1055827 What you know is valuable, who you know is invaluable.
For example, I am good with numbers. I have a very logical and repeatable thought process for most things. I have a knack for assuming and estimating things correctly with little knowledge of eventual outcome. Therefore, I'm a valuable price analyst/cost estimator. So there's my value.
My mother has worked for the government monsters in the proposal world for years (Lockeed Martin, Space Imaging, NREL). She has 35+ years of doing anything in the related fields. She's an SME in multiple fields pertaining to the work.
I recently convinced her to start a business consulting and training companies in how to create worthwhile proposals to government solicitations off of bid strategy developed from her experience. KNOWING her was invaluable for me to use my VALUE and get work. Without her, a cost estimator with no years of experience would get paid $0 dollars per hour. But KNOWING her, and joining forces with her, allows me as an employee of a company with 35+ years of experience in the field to get paid market price (right now around $100 dollars and hour) for our services.
Richard Branson once said "If you are offered a great opportunity, accept it and learn how to do it later" giving more value to the opportunity than the skill itself.
All in all I think that knowing someone will get you farther if you have the ability to fake it til you make it.
Hey guys, how does one into investing n such? I've been wondering for a while about how to do stock trading and all but I don't know where to start. Like what sites are good to use? like etrade,etc? How do use them? Is it an actual good way to make some money? They all sound good on their website but I assumed you guys would know which ones are actually credible. What are good websites to get market information? I feel like its something I could get alright at doing, and I'd like to make some money on the side. Wut do m8s
>>1055782 O'Leary and Cuban alone make the show. I've never actually seen a product on the show that I went out of my way to buy, but there were some that I would have used if I happened to see them while shopping.
>>1055744 >Also accounting will be dead within a few years due to automation.
Confirmed troll. Accounting is one of the older /biz/ professions and has been around thousands of years since ancient times. The technology increases and improves efficiency but accounting will always require human input.
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