It Made penny stocks worth it. But those have never been more than a gamble any way. Now its a relatively free gamble.
Better than the lotto, but not by much.
At entry level though, why would you play with pure unrefined speculation? With 100% risk? And turning a liquid asset into a structurally illiquid one?
It matches 1 Securities investment strategy.
If you're trying to buy large stocks in volume, where pennies translate to a few hundred to a few grand, that's where you get hit. I'll pay my $10 a trade to not eat $20 on a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
electrical or instrumentation tech. Welding is good fast money but may be bad for your health in the long term. You do not always have to go to school to get in the trade. You could start at entry level first and work your way up. You wouldnt make much at first but at least you could avoid loans and debt. What trades have you considered?
Okey /biz/ i am gonna bring something new to the table besides shitcoins and buy high sell low.
On the deep web hackers are selling amazon gift cards or other gifts cards or even paypal accounts.
Time changes the price but it goes aroun 200$ for 500$ amazon gift card or other method.
I have been doing this for 6 months now. Not being too greedy just 600$ a month (dont need more a month)
What i am doing: > Gettng a gift card with bitcoins(200$) for 500$ gift card. Then buying something that i have listed on a site. > I normally do hand made crafts or some artry stuff and list it for sale. > Some time later i buy it, normally close to the end of the action. > I send the thing using the post to the adress i have chosen and dont bother with it anymore.
Safety wise: < Buying cheap wifi capable phone from a gipsy or something for tre fiddy. < Go to unprotected wifi spot. Mall, MC some grandmas spot. < Bid/Buy your stuff. < Cycle accounts and try to not use same account twice.
P.S. Dont expect any proof, i am not exposing anything that can link to me on this board.
Sup /biz/ /fit/bro here and i am looking for some advice.
This year i have decided to save some money and i am thinking of putting it in mutual funds [medium/high risk] since i have zero experience in investing and it looks like bank deposits have extra low return in my europoor country.
Is this a good idea? I dont have all day to study the market but i want a good way to save up money for a car [1-2 years ahead]
>>1021870 Investing is for 3-5 years minimum, if you want to save for 1-2 years put it in a Tax free saving account (ISA if you're on the UK) or 1 or 2 year fixed term bonds if you do not need to access the money ever.
Anyone here have fake degrees, if you buy them on the net what's the difference between having the paper or going to college, do you go into the job interview saying here's the piece of paper??????? Of course it would only be a business degree
I signed up for a bitcoin betting site, and I got a 0.1 BTC welcome bonus for verifying the account with my phone number. In order to withdraw my money, I have to wager a total of 1.9 BTC on sports bets, and the payout must be higher than 1.5x, and only 0.05 BTC counts per bet. (so if I place a bet of 0.1, only 0.05 will be counted towards the wager requirement).
Now here's the fun part: I played some slots for fun, and I managed to reach 1.1 BTC. And I currently have 2 bets of 0.25 each placed on Leicester City and Arsenal.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I had recently read that business majors are amongst a group of majors that study the least out of all majors
As a biology major who actually spent a lot of time studying throughout his undergrad maintaining a 3.85 and is soon applying to dental school I wanted to ask you businesscucks the following:
-How hard is business REALLY? I can imagine from an academic standpoint it must not be that difficult but rather the "difficulty" in making it in business is connections/ability to perform/outside the box thinking/personal drive
-As mentioned above... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1021686 > hard Easy compared to economics or the math side of economics
> study not much I think most business students at university level work for like 15-20 hours on week average compared to some majors that need to put in 30-40 hours of coursework on average it is pretty low.
> smart dudes I think you're putting too much emphasis on grades they don't necesarilly mean if someone is smart or not. Then... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1021686 As an undergraduate, we had a saying at my top 20 US university "b-school pre-school". Not only were the classes significantly easier than pretty much every other school within the university, but we studied less and didn't have classes on fridays. A good business school will also facilitate networking and setting students up with jobs.
People who go to business schools can be very smart, but they're usually there because they want to make money.
Every time the "stay in school" thing comes up, invariably someone comes out of the woodwork with the story of how they never went to school and went on to be wildly successful. To be clear -- I'm super happy for those people! Good for them. At the same time, I treat that advice about the same way I treat the story of the cigarette smoker who lived to 95: that's a great story, but the odds of someone else being successful following the same strategy are worse than average. To any people of college age (or below) reading this, you want the deck stacked for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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