Hi, /biz/, I want to invest money using paypal, avoiding taxes and keeping it hidden from my socialist government ( I am not from the USA ). Anyone here knows if this is easily achievable, and if yes, how? I just want to be able to invest using dollars and keep a 2% yearly profit over inflation, nothing too greedy.
I've had ideas as to how to bring new money into my home town for a while that would work fairly well given every town within 10 miles has to export its entertainment elsewhere. We have around 25,000 people that could all be appealed to with the addition of a new open-air mall complex to get more designer goods and entertainment services. My hometown is currently a Walmart and restaurants. That's it.
A movie theatre is coming to town soon using an abandoned contractor supply store that expanded just in time for 2008 and went bankrupt by 2010.
I don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1046979 There's been one for a while, and I live too close to a major distribution hub for there to be much in the way of a middle man (FedEx central hub)
I wish I'd gotten in on the theatre, really. I knew that building needed to become one when it went out of business; I even did my research to get a quote on it. Unfortunately, I was 14 at the time and the quote was into the millions of dollars, so my involvement stopped there.
>>1046964 In a perfect world piracy wouldn't exist.
With that being said, piracy has changed certain aspects of media for the better on both the producer side and the consumer side.
Piracy has a large part in pressuring companies to offer more convenient ways of purchasing/using media. Also, It's not that uncommon for consumers who pirated a movie or a game to end up buying the product later.
>>1046964 It's to be expected and should be banned.
If someone uses your software without a license that's unfortunate, but no big deal. But if someone distributes it without your permission it's a real problem. Then you have to compete against your own product, that you worked on for months or years, because some nerd wants some e-credit.
It's even worse with websites that get copied to extort website owners or steal someone elses ad money.
With products that have been available... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1046988 Perhaps they want to make money off the product in the future again. But I think it might be in the public interest to preserve the product. If you want to re-release it then you can just make a new adaptation.
There's a student in some of my lectures who wears scottish jumpers, corduroys, and brown leather boots most of the time. He has a short haircut, is always clean, never swears, but is kind of eccentric. (He once said that Chistianity and Marxism are more or less than same thing. Shrugged it off as a feeling he had when I asked him to explain.) Also kind of a prude, though he pretends not to be. He's very sure of himself, but not brash.
No, I do not have a crush on him, I just like to observe people.
I'm trying to figure out if he's rich or... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1046928 The way I used to tell is that when it came down to it money wasn't a problem for them. That's not to say they spend recklessly or anything like that, SPENDING is something they don't necessarily over-indulge in, but money itself does not hold the same weight to them as it does for a normal person.
>>1046836 >Anon investing is very risky and you need a lot of money to begin! Don't bother! >Anon ____ matches your interests, do that as a profession instead! >Why don't you go to community college? It's a guaranteed job and it's way cheaper than a 4 year school's tuition! >Business is too risky why don't you just get a boring $60k/yr 9-5 like us? >Anon we were right about one thing so you need to listen to us about everything because it makes sense and we're your parents >Anon. Sales is not a real job. People are too unpredictable and it's impossible to make a consistent living with sales! >Constant complaining in general >Anon. We've read ____, you should follow it.
>You read some studies on the internet? That's a bunch of bullcrap! Anyone could've written and submitted studies onto pubmed, why don't you listen to us we read some clickbait post on facebook
> be parents > earn combined $90,000 p.a > spend 20 years paying interest only on property > sell it for $750,000 have to give the bank $400,000 > Markets bottom out after GFC > "choose me a stock investment anon" > Do research and choose a few stocks,,they never act on it > blow $350,000 in 6 years from smoking, 1... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It seems like "do what you love" is pretty much the most commonly given career advice out there.
The idea being that if you align your career ambitions with what you naturally love to do, you'll have a satisfying career.
There are 3 problems with it though:
> 1. What if you don't 'love' anything that can be considered a potential career.
Not everybody 'loves' a monetizable task. The gift for finding marketable hobbies is not one that everyone receives. Some people would legit rather just sit around the house all day if they could; see r9k for ample proof of this.
> Mixing up 'what you love' with 'work' can taint 'what you love.'
Suppose you do 'love' some sort of monetizable hobby. Great. But work is still going to have unpleasant elements regardless--time clocking, shitty schedules, unpleasant coworkers, having to show up at a certain time etc. Mixing up your true love with all these compromises might make you hate what you love--like how videogame testers always end up hating the games they test, due to overexposure.
> Sometimes there's just no market for doing 'what you love'.
Suppose you really loved making maps. That might have been viable ages ago, but now that shit is all done, better than you can do it, by satellites and programmers at Google.
If you're still under the delusion of 'do what you love' this video will straighten you the fuck out:
>>1046856 As long as people keep buying stupid shit that they don't need (and this will go on for at least 30 years), you can convince them to buy anything. Also, sex sells, you have to be retarded to discard that.
>>1046802 oh of course poor people who wanted holmes are the problem. and that's why we have slave labor because people want cheap items... and are ignorant (stay in ignorance of) the labor used to produce it
I mean you can blame the every man for literally everything and it doesn't help anyone. The banks have billions of dollars and hire hundreds/thousands of people to plan their growth and maintain their capital, of course if they failed to do so its the consumer's fault.
Not sure what the actual laws are, but the owner of said piece can file a DMCA complaint against you and Google and other major search engines will remove the search results for the content and or your site.
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.
This is a 4chan archive - all of the content originated from them. If you need IP information for a Poster - you need to contact them. This website shows only archived content.
If a post contains personal/copyrighted/illegal content you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with that post and thread number and it will be removed as soon as possible.