hey biz, I'm 21 and I want to start saving money. What kind of saving method would you recommend if I want to one day live off the interest of my savings. I've looked into some savings accounts with ~1% interest rates, but I'm wondering what else is out there
I have some contacts in China who run a few different factories (eye glasses, water filtration, lights, CCTV systems, probably more), and should be in a prime position to buy stuff in bulk and sell for a decent profit in the west.
I guess my question is, where would be a good place to start? An ebay store, or my own website? How do you break into a market, approach small stores or head offices of retail giants with product samples?
Pretty much the only thing I know is that these companies don't have exclusive contracts already with my country (Australia),... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have inherited a considerable superannuation death benefit, and roughly 240k shares from my middle-aged father (may he rest in peace) in Rex Co. Minerals. or RXM as its traded on the ASX. The net value of the stocks were about 100k when purchased. @ 40 cents per. They have plummeted to 6 cents bar a few minor retracements. They are Roughly worth about 14k now. I have attributed this to appauling commodity price drops. However due to the steady decrease of commodity prices over the last few years, there has been a forecast of underproduction then demand in 2017. Also, the AUD... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Well you said in a thread a while ago that you make $50 a month from your free apps but you never said if that was from all your apps or just the one you are showing now but I'll go with the free anyway
I'm starting this as a thing. First topic I want to ask anons about is:
Buying a Duplex and renting out half while living inside the other half. I'm led to believe that if pulled off correctly I could be living in a home rent free. A man free of his parents basement and able to live the NEET stock lifestyle at this new home. basically, this is a great investing strategy that I would like to discuss on how to effectively pull off this sort of investment.
Pretty much what this dude said, 19 year old college student here with literally no business knowledge, don't even know what the fuck a memorandum is but I can tell you that 15 MM profit is BS.
My mother always told me, if it's too good to be true, it probably is. Listening to this would of saved me alot of hard lessons in life.
I'm just saying, this sounds kind of fishy. No matter how good of a relationship you got, get legit papers, research everything, know what you're getting into, because this just sounds really fish unless this dude loves... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
/biz/ I am going to be 34 years old this month. I have spent my working life doing machining and mechanics up until I was injured. Now I am looking for a new career, I have no college at all under my belt but I a mm going to start this year. I am thinking of ending up in law school before I am 40, what do you guys think of this and if you were intelligent and looking for a new career at my age what would you do? I live in chicago and I am surrounded by educational opportunities.
>>1022855 There are plenty of wealthy gold diggers though. Think Melania Trump. Think Kim Kardashian. They were raised wealthy, which contributes to their youthful appearance. A lot of world class models have high education. Some women love an older man(with money of course), it doesn't mean they're poor.
>>1022799 I don't think there will be Amy repercussions. Saudi Arabia is already fighting two proxy wars against Iran in Yemen and Syria. How much worse can relations get? If anything this act could be seen as an olive branch to the KSA's internal Wahabbist religious leaders who consider Shia Muslims to be apostates.
>>1022780 From what I understand, with a Roth ira, the money has already been taxed so you are free to withdraw any amount of it you want after you turn 60 as long as it has been open for more than 5 years. So basically, after 60 it turns into a million dollar checking account.
>>1022780 >Let's say I retire at 65 and have $1,000,000 in my IRA at this point, with 7% average interest First, at age 65 you aren't going to be earning 7% unless you're incredibly reckless. At that age with that amount of savings, you can't afford a 30-40% year-over-year decline, which is possible with stocks. So you're going to be primarily in bonds and treasuries and earning closer to 5%.
Second, at age 65 you potentially have a lot of years to cover, and you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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