> ""Sell everything except high quality bonds. This is about return of capital, not return on capital. In a crowded hall, exit doors are small," it said in a client note. [...] Brent oil prices will continue to slide after breaking through a key technical level at $US34.40, with a "bear flag" and "Fibonacci" signals pointing to a floor of $US16."
So /biz/ seems to be more about stocks and stuff, but I figure I'll give this question a go here.
What do you guys know about personal loans, specifically in relation to credit scores. From what I've been reading it seems that having more then one type of credit (credit cards are all I have) is actually better for your score. Is that true? If I was to take out a small loan, and spend a year or two paying it off, would that help increase my credit score?
[Robinhood General Thread] -- /rgt/ Greatest depression ever edition >Stock Questions & Answers >Stock Predictions & Forecasts >Stock Graphs & Charts >Stock Successes & Failures >Stock Highlights & News Visit the website first - www.robinhood.com *Only works for US citizens right now (Australians can get on a wait list for the Australian beta) Candlestick App - thinkorswim Available... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm offered a position in IT at a federal agency in Atlanta, GA and all of my friends tell me how federal jobs suck. Considering they are all unemployed complaining about student loans all day on Facebook, I would like to know where they get their shit from.
What's bad about federal jobs? The comfy benefits? The amazing retirement pensions?
>>1038472 The fact that you're benefiting from a tax system so broken that everyone KNOWS welfare programs are tearing us apart, yet we keep adding new ones. Read Robert Kiyosaki, he makes more sense than I could
>>1038472 Nothing is wrong with it. You'll receive great benefits and plenty of time off even if the pay is a bit less. I'd love a job like that. Your friends are probably just meme lolbertarians like >>1038480.
As for >>1038480, why does it matter if anon benefits from the tax system? It's not as if IT jobs are frivolous spending on the government's part, and it's silly to criticize someone for advancing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Robinhood General Thread] -- /rgt/ Fuck your OCD edition >Stock Questions & Answers >Stock Predictions & Forecasts >Stock Graphs & Charts >Stock Successes & Failures >Stock Highlights & News Visit the website first - www.robinhood.com *Only works for US citizens right now (Australians can get on a wait list for the Australian beta) Candlestick App - thinkorswim Available on iOS,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Be me, 21. Minimalist. I'd like to be a millionaire by 30. Read up on people who've done it before, and it actually sounds plausible. >Maximize income by getting second job, dividends, etc. >Pay down bad debt >Be minimalist af and live near work, bike instead of drive, don't eat out, cook at home, do free stuff. >Save to invest 70-80% of income >Millionaire in less than 10 years. What's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1038465 You're not really missing anything, it's just that you'll be uncomfortable and tired for the next 9 years. A lot of people don't want to spend that long of a time living so minimally for a simple million or so since it's not actually that much money when it comes right down to it.
I want to build a business around the extraction and processing of a specific raw material. Problem is that I don't know what to choose. What is going to be very lucrative for the next 30 years? I've been thing aluminum, coal, natural gas, or titanium.
>>1038424 Engineer who worked in a mine here. If you can afford hight cost assets to exploit the nature and extract the mineral (high cost machinery) run for the first option. Otherwise, it is cheaper to process. Btw is that dani daniels?
1) I've been looking to start regularly investing in index tracker funds and their ilk. I'm pretty young, so I'd be looking for a fairly aggressive weighting in equity. I'm in this for the long haul (I plan to not cash in on it for as long as possible), but considering the current economic climate, would it be sensible to wait for the economy to get a bit shittier (and thus, a bit cheaper).
2) my job requires me to be financially independent of a number of large financial... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
"I've got other offers that were X% higher but I would really prefer to work with you, so I wanted to know if you could match to make my decision easier?"
You can make up the X if you want just don't go making it unbelievable.
I did this in a similar position. One said they could meet me half way, the other said yes, and the third I didn't ask since it was the highest. No one rescinded the offer or seemed offended at all that I asked.
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