>>1052846 >2020 >use bitcoin to buy a sandwich >centralization has allowed miners to execute double-spends >bitcoin's value plummets as a result >the sandwhich costs 3000 BTC >it takes six days for the transaction to process >because bitcoin is based on a public ledger, your crazy ex sees that you bought... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Store was boycotted by retarded trump fanatics and his shitty tie.
You'll recover far beyond principal after full recovery and the scaling dividend is going to make it a real asset at this price. Assets underlying the business are prime real estate. You can't lose your money.
> Be me a rich guy > own a large sum of money and decide to open a company for manufacturing dairy products > I hire 100 employees to work in my company they all have different skills, let's say 10 are engineers, 30 are highschool graduates and 60 are people who didn't even pass middle school > I set income for the engineers to be $50 per hour (imaginary) and 15$ for the workers (or the minimum money to keep them alive and be able to have basic needs like food and water) > people with high skills (engineers help me out in designing the machines and better methods for milking cows and producing cheese) >while those with less skills will work on jobs that require low skills or none at all (like highschoolers might work on accounting or some may act as negotiators and stuff like those) >and those with very low skills will work in jobs that require less skill (like assembly of products, milking cows, cutting cheese, or similar stuff where I mainly just need a working had to do the job) >my factory costed about $1,000,000 and the upkeep is $200,000 for products and wages for my workers >my company started working and after a month I earned $350,000 > I pay $200,000 for the upkeep and decide to keep $100,000 for myself so that I can eventually pay up the money I spent on the factory > I then give everyone who worked in my factory a raise of $50 because due to their effort we managed to make a profitable company together (costs $5000) > with the $45,000 that I have left I try and spread commercials and buy more workers > I consult with my workers and ask for ideas to improve the company (e.g a low skill worker tells me that one of the machines is working slowly and we should buy a newer model) > I decide to buy the new model > apparently he was right I earned $400,000 the next month (50,000 up) > I do the same, give everyone a $10 extra on top of the other $50 and give that specific man a raise and an extra of $20 > use the remaining again to improve Am I wrong here?
>>1052624 You can run a company this way. It's called profit sharing. When I was in college, I worked in a factory that did this. If we exceeded earnings estimates, the amount that we were over by was split amongst the employees. Generally it fell between $500-1,000 per quarter. Not a huge amount, but the morale in that place was through the fucking roof.
>>1052638 Just look up profit sharing. It's similar to what you're talking about. I can tell you've never really been in the workforce. I'm in your other thread as well.
Most companies will give you bonuses and the like when you save them money. My father worked in an electronics plant as a board tester. He came up with a way to save the company a shit ton of money. They gave him 10% of what they saved that first year. He did it again and the same thing happened.
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>be me >have valuable database of users, payment statistics etc >approached by company X asking to buy it >negotiate with them >sell it for $25k >realize the contract has no safety clauses against competing, reselling etc >contact the company's biggest competitor >offer it to them for $25k Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So, now is a good time to buy volkswagon shares? Scandal, price falls, they get over it, it goes up? I know they are being sued by the us over stuff, but it should still make a good profit over like 6 months?
Also, why can't 4chan have a stocks/shares/trading board? This is just filled with shit posts 95% of the time.
>>1052567 I consider buying them, too. I'm sure the German government will not let them go under. Merkel is going to suck Obama/Trump/Clinton dick to get some kind of settlement. I'm not sure about 6 months, but buying at 100 should turn a good profit. 150 a year from now. Yes, I pulled the numbers out of my ass. Yes, Hillary Clinton has a dick.
>>1052567 wait until the recall fix is announced, it could be the difference of VW spending $6bn and upwards of $20bn. It will be announced soon, and it could make the stock drop more. But in all reality VW will rebound.
why do dividend paying REITs always and consistently lose their value? shouldn't they increase it overtime? after all they're real estate why the fuck do they lose their value so fast?
should I just pick dividend stock instead of REITs? if so how do I pick them to make sure they will both grow overtime (as REITs) and pay dividends? it's this the best way to invest? or at least the best way to invest if you don't have much money??
>>1052513 God no. Don't invest in real estate right now.
Watch the luxury real estate prices in Denver. (Penthouses and such). They're currently hyper inflated, and when they adjust by about 30% it's a safe time to start investing in real estate and it's derivative instruments.
Okay guys it's time to talk about socialism now I know you are already trying to scroll through this or you're probably done arguing about it, but it's time to make it a real economical debate. I'm no economical expert matter of fact I'm just a normal college student who probably knows nothing about economics, but I love learning more about it.
So I'll give you guys an example of a socialist idea and you guys try to improve or debunk what I'm saying with sources and examples if you could. (I know it's a lot of work and I'm sorry about it but it's time to end this debate)
As a community we need to build a country that can stand on it's feet and can be better than any other country out there, the main way to achieve this is if the community becomes comfortable and suitable for everyone living in it and if everyone in the same community tend to participate in the prosperity of itself. In capitalism for a long time the building block for the economy was the individual, that if everyone just took care of themselves then we might make a better society. But in socialism the building block became the community as a whole, that you no longer think about yourself and instead think about the community around you and how to improve it, that instead of the natural behavior of human kind to act greedy and for themselves we try to drop these morals and evolutionize into caring for others. For an example, as a rich guy I no longer look into members of my society as consumers or unfortunate people that I'm more successful than. So the idea is to improve their lives by giving them jobs according to their abilities and providing them with payment that is necessary for living (a man with no talent or skills can work something that doesn't require skills but still be able to put food on the table while those who are let's say engineers can get a better job in my business) > Cont...
>...Cont Now the point here is that we no longer treat workers as a material that we can buy and get rid of whenever we want For an example coal miners in coal mines, a worker was hired for lets say $20 per hour, but after a while the mine explodes or a few miners get cancer, no one considered paying for their health or caring about them, the job provider will instantly consider replacing them with other coal miners, sure they agreed for it but surely such risks can be avoided by spending more money into their safety or paying for their health... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So that if you get $10,000 increase in profit from that guys idea of buying a better machine, then you start paying everyone (let's assume you have 100 workers) 0.5$ extra due to profit and for that specific person you give him $1 raise amd so on, so the guy who contributes the most is the one who gets better raises and so on, eventually you'll have multiple people contributing to your company that you are no longer the only person comanding the company but you have others who help you, and you're just the person who owns the company and the creator of it. But... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why does the stock market crash when the oil price crash? Shouldn't cheap oil mean an economic boom? Sure, it's bad for the companies that sell oil, but for everyone else, it means cheaper energy, transport, plastics etc, which again should mean cheaper components and manufacturing, and business should be thriving. So why doesn't this happen?
Because it is a larger indicator of things going sour, and much of the recent US boom was because of the succes of fracking, which is now loosing billions of dollars of value and the loand the companies have to pay back will bankrupt them
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