>>1054358 I build my own shit and just had my first two sales on eBay last week. The margins are way lower than i get locally; however, so if my sales volume doesn't start increasing now that i have some feedback, and/or i can't raise my prices a little, I'm out of that "perfect knowledge market" game.
>>1054422 Interesting. Are those things that you are making and selling expensive? (expensive as in >100$/€ or something like that) Because if you're selling relatively cheap items then why not just raise the price by 1 or 2€ to get the ebay fees back? I don't know what you're selling but probably it's not something super common is it? So I don't think that you have such a huge competition that doesn't let you raise your prices a little.
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>have a general business degree >trucking along entry-level jobs in various departments of corporate >not really seeing a career path or future advancement possibly because of not having a specialization
What could you do in this situation? I have enough saved to go into further education or a specialization if I need to, though I'm concerned of the time needed. I think I might be even okay leaving business and going into a different field. Also, I'm young so I can... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
ehi /biz/, how to find a cds on BCA MPS stock (ISIN: IT0005092165)?? its very important, it has the same situation of lehman, bear stearns... in 2008. it's full of non-performing loans and its stock price yesterday gained 42%, today 10%. i think theres a bubble
So I have a bit of money I'd like to invest, about $5,000.
Stocks are scary and weak right now. CDs are a joke. Etc. Not much is paying anything. Not much can even keep up with inflation. I don't have anywhere near enough capital to get into real estate, but even if I did I'm not sure it's a good time for that.
So right now my moola is mostly parked in index funds, with a bit in silver (ha). But I would like to be collecting assets.
I sometimes buy tax liens, and get a pretty much guaranteed return of 16% or so that way. But the liens... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>not realizing all investors are directly in competition >taking advice on shares and stocks from anyone who has any
the amount of effort put into misleading investors is what makes the game, anyone giving you advice is either going under or ripping you off
and no oil is not going to rebound any time soon saudi cartel is driving the price down to put foreign competition out of buisiness, they figure if the margins fall dramatically only the ones with the highest output will survive; and they know... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What's up /biz/, let's talk labor participation and real unemployment.
>CEO of Union Pacific, the largest railroad in the United States: >... labor participation "is lackluster and consumers just don’t seem to be showing up to purchase goods and services." http://finance.yahoo.com/news/union-pacific-ceo-says-consumers-184359496.html
This is the CEO of a company that does not sell consumer goods. All they do is deliver them. This means we aren't looking at one company in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1054115 >But unemployment is only 5%! It's got to be something else!
You're right. It is something else, because the definition of "unemployed" has been changed by the BLS just about every year for the past 8 years. It's called "labor non-participation". This is all the people who can no longer accept unemployment compensation because they've been unemployed too long; they've given up.
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>>1054115 And because all they do is deliver them, they can't see many reasons _why_ they're not being purchased.
Back in 2003, you bought a 6-inch Marvel Legends Iron Man with 30 points of articulation, a completely unique sculpt, a diorama base, and a comic book packaged in a giant plastic clamshell for $6.99 retail.
Today, they're trying to sell me 4-inch "Marvel Legends" Iron Man with 12 points of articulation, mostly reused parts, no diorama base, and no comic book on a cheap cardboard... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hi guys, i have 5-10k AUD that i want to put away into a vanguard fund. i will not need to be able liquidate the investment early. which one do i pick? i only have access to aus ones and im looking to make the biggest return, though not necessarily very quickly (i can afford to wait for at least 5 years)
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