>>1022775 Neither. Take 5-7k and open a margin account with a reputable broker. Take a third of that and put it monthly dividend stocks trading between 10 and 20. This will help you build capital and these are pretty much always a fund of some sort so you'll be getting market exposure anyway. Don't do anything else until you really learn the market. Learn to read a chart, learn to read financials, learn to screen. Start a watch list of things you know about, things you're interested in, things others are talking about. Don't buy shit. Watch what they do based on news, catalysts, earnings calls etc. Learn how the market fluctuates based on this criteria and also on human emotion. Learn the types of orders. Learn what kind of volatility is implicit in what kind of volume. Learn that volatility is everything. Learn that the trend is your friend. Just learn and never stop.
Once you feel comfortable THEN get your beak wet and only do it in small amounts to start with. Like never more than a third of your capital. You can go bigger when you're smarter. I'm telling you this because everyone gets burned early and you will too. Better to know what you're doing so that it doesn't hurt too bad.
>>1022839 >>1022850 this is great information. i'll be very cautious going into it. no penny stocks, and I've got a broker in mind that my parents have used for decades.
I like the idea of taking a third and putting it into dividend stocks, so I can learn to read the charts, and watch the trends. I need to do more research about volatility and where human emotion plays a role.
I know it's a foregone conclusion I'll get burned. I just wonder... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What fields can I get into with a degree in chemistry (M. Sc.) that aren't related to chemistry? So really I'm looking for positions or fields in general that require you to prove you are intelligent but don't require a hard set of specific skills. I do have some general purpose programming skills though.
I was thinking consulting maybe quantitative analysis, but I'd like to hear people opinions
>>1022703 >you have 'good communication skills' i.e. you can bullshit on your feet. yeah I can do that.
>>1022704 >sounds like Investmentbanking to me now that's something I haven't thought about. I do have some knowledge about investing but I wonder how investment bankers will respond if I tell them I only buy indices because what they do is a scam.
I got a job as an ETL software engineer in CA while I was living in VA and they gave me a 10k relocation budget.
They send an 8 page or so guide on where to look for living arrangements and stuff. Nowadays they have deals with a local apartment complex to house people temporarily while they look for a permanent lease.
Smaller companies may not be able to provide this sort of assistance but in general for a real job it's expected.
>>1022572 Every single job since I got out of college. I moved 1,100 miles to take my first real job after college. Then 1,100 miles back when I found a job closer to home. Then 60 miles when I got a better job.
Any job that you would consider part of an actual career, employers are used to new hires needing to move to start work. Not all companies will pay for moving expenses, but the ones where there is serious competition for quality employees will.
Haven't moved for work personnaly, but "accompagnied" (mostly tax and legal questions) 2 close friends who did and got very... different outcomes.
The two persones were already employed by the company who needed their skills somewhere else. In both cases, they got relocated from an geographical european country to another.
First one (salesman, ink solutions, huge company) got fucked in the ass because, in an pretty ironic way, he didn't negotiate well. Had to find a new place on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I worked for this company, for years, where I was paid 50k to work 50 hour weeks and sell shit on commission- however, after a few weeks in, I met people, and well, I met the people that owned the OTHER gold recycling facilities and had no employee, and the same kind of inventory to use.
Well, I threw as much of my personal savings as I could, mostly money paid to me by the company, and bought as much of that shit as I could- and flipped it to people to people overseas when I got home from work, all night long.
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Hey boys, I usually don't come here, but I'm looking for advice. My dad is a sterling silver jewelry dealer and he tries to get me to sell his stuff online from time to time since he's accumulated so much backup product over the decades.
He's really pushing for me to get into ebay as a way of turning a profit, but the site seems so clunky and dated.
Are there any other ways you guys might suggest making money by selling jewelry over the internet, or is ebay still the end all?
I made a thread on this earlier and nobody replied :(
So I think either we decouple with the US and keep rates low, or possibly negative as Poloz suggested, which would be unprecedented and would destroy our currency, or we raise rates and bring destruction upon the credit system. I dunno. Someone smarter than me will have to post, I'm just a lowly Canadian.
i'm not a cuck like you OP but the plan is simple. we sell CAD at a reasonably adjusted slightly higher price to the americans on the premise that CAD is bound to return to normal levels in the near future. we then sell the USD acquired for CAD and rinse and repeat
>guy brings me wide variety of electric goods and asks for an assessment of it's worth >value it 20% of it's actual value >One item, I value it at 90% of it's value. >When questioned on value of lot, pick out that piece >Look 'It sells for 100, 90 on here' >You know, I could take all of this stuff off your hands for the price on the list, cash, right now right here.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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