Is it this easy? I am going to dip my toe into stock trading for the first time in a month or two. I've been following the market a lot and see these kinds of moves a lot. So, if I were to buy 500 shares of Code Rebel Corp on January 16th for $1085 and I liquidated that entire position tomorrow when the market opens, I'd be $745 richer? How difficult is it to be able to see these kinds of moves in the market coming and do many people find success doing this?
If it was easy, everyone would do it. Don't lose your head when your stocks are on the red for a long time. Also, I'm not sure if this is the best time to be buying stocks since there's a correction on the way, at least that's what quite many people are anticipating.
Then again buying stocks now might give you a good teaching. Go for it but just don't put any more money than what you're willing to lose.
>Two economists are walking in a forest >The come across a pile of horseshit >One looks at the other and says >"I'll give you $10,000 to eat that shit" >Ok >He eats the shit >He hands the shit eater $10k >They resume walking >They come unto another pile of horseshit Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1047950 >a metric with some flaws is actually worthless under the incredibly contrived scenario i created uh ok? it's pretty well understood among econonists that fiat currencies have a network effect, and the hard part of generalizing your experience would be convincing an entire country to accept your "one pile of poo = $10,000" valuation
>>1047860 if you don't know anyone in the industry you either won't get a job at all, or will only have shit tier contract positions available to you that have no benefits and pay like 40k per year. at that point you're much better off going into trades since you'll make roughly the same and it's a union job.
Ex-NEET here. Industrial Engineering degree, 29 years old. Average-looking, p. smart but LAZY AS ALL HELL..., social skills seems to range from Hollywood celebrity to Columbine shooter; i.e.: people either love me or want to kill me.
Gonna get a job at EY as a consultant soon. The pay is average.
What's some definite pointers I should keep in mind for the first few days? Particularly given that I'm gonna be older than the rest of the other kids around (I do look like a 23-year old, though). Don't ask why it took so long to get a job - it just did.
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>>1047845 1) work comes first. If they want to chat, fine, but remember that they will throw you under the bus at the first sign of trouble. Dont expect to receive or give favors for/from people that screw up.
2) Start making friends. Most college students could do your job and your boss knows it. Career longevity comes from removing as many reasons to fire you as possible. Offer to help with projects etc so you learn more quickly too.
3) Dont date at the office. Remember: remove all reasons for them to fire you.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>General rules about co-wokers? be courteous to all >Should I keep to myself at first, or start making friends right away? don't keep to yourself, but that doesn't mean you have to make friends right away, just be friendly >Rules of dating at the office? stay away from this, unless he/she is legitimately a great person and you could see yourself marrying them >Immediately make friends with...? I don't think you have to immediately... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a banker in Florida and we've had multiple funds of various American and foreign investors buying up foreclosed and distressed and other residential properties as of late. They buy homes in the $100k-$300k price range and then rent them out. I've personally seen at least $300 million worth of these funds pop up as of late; there's probably billions more I don't see.
>The oil price has recovered slightly after earlier falling below $28 a barrel, as Opec predicts crude will mount a recovery this year. >Brent crude, used as an international benchmark, fell as low as $27.67 a barrel, its lowest since 2003, before recovering to trade at $28.86. >The price of US crude was $29.65 a barrel after hitting $28.36.
Anyone got experience in building a social media precense from scratch? I've been running a car-focused Instagram account for about a month and I've surpassed 1000 followers - looking to build this up even more to the point where I can begin selling shoutouts/advertisement. If you've got experience doing something similar any advice is appreciated. Also, has anyone purchased followers for social media before? Thinking about it, but very on the fence.
>>1047802 I think the future is strong. There is a shortage of pilots across the industry due to mandatory retirement ages and the 1500-hour rule that the FAA instituted after the Colgan crash (assuming you're in the US).
The problem is how the industry is structured. You pay your $60k to go through the ranks privately (PPL->IR->CPL->Multi->CFI), do your CFI duties, then get hired for a shit-tier regional making $10/hr for five years. Then, you move to the world of mainlines and make the real money. As... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is gold and silver a good investment or just a Libertarian meme?
I'm currently at college getting everything paid by daddy, and from my tutoring gig i have loads of cash to invest. Is gold and silver a good idea? The prices seem pretty volatile and there's no inherent value to them really. I may just put my cash into index mutual funds.
In theory it's a good idea because you will save on taxes with the money you put in a 529. You do tie the money up though so if your kid ends up not going to college for whatever reason things can get kinda fucked. I would use it, but don't just go ham with the contributions like you would a 401k.
No - It doesn't keep up with the inflation rate for college tuition.
Better off putting the money elsewhere and get him involved with a sport at a young age so he can get an athletic scholarship. It will also deter him from becoming a fatass who plays video games and browses anime imageboards all day.
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