>>1012288 There is still a business in Journalism. It might not be apparent to you immediately, but if you can simultaneously report on local affairs while delivering a unique viewpoint on national and international news you can deliver great results.
The thing is too, you have a pretty captive base of writers on a site like this who would be willing to work for what amounts to a by-line and a minimal stipend.
>friend is interested in commodities >I read up and get in to it as well >do a teaser run and buy 200$ worth of cotton >it actually profits me $900. >fuck yeah this is cool >reinvest on his choices >lose all >it move on, fun while it lasted
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I plan to start selling on eBay next month, the one thing I'm confused about really is some of the basics around shipping. I don't have a printer to print out anything, is that going to be a major problem? Also can I get label printing done and take care of tracking at my local post office? Also how much does it cost to get tracking usually on the average? I also don't have a scale, can the post office weigh something and tell me how much it'll cost? And do I have to pay for these little things with the post office to find out information?
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>>1012200 Thank you for replying. For starting out I'm probably going to be selling cards I've collected over the years. I thought something light would be a good way to do things since I'm inexperienced with shipping.
And what about an apartment? I'm currently living in an apartment. I'd feel definitely unsafe trying to have them pick it up here unless I literally handed it to them.
So, I am next in line for a business of Tshirts and my whole family has done it. I wan't to merge to online but I have all the equipment and knowledge to make the shirts and I can buy blanks for 1.50 and put a print on them for 10 cents.
What should I markup online and whats a good way of advertising?
I need some help /biz/, lately I've been thinking of investing in the marijuana industry but I don't know if it's a smart investment or high risk investment. If anybody here is currently following this market feel free to explain. Thanks in advance.
>>1012089 He started trading IPO's when he was 16 and he was very successful. Then he showed his track record to Goldman Sachs and they took him on board where he was in charge of tens of millions of dollars which he divided appropriately in the different sectors while always have 'emergency' funds in case something new popped up.
Then, he quit Goldman and kind of retired. I think a year later he began trading his own money for the heck of it, and then he was offered a TV trading show, which I'm sure... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>attire Slacks and a button up shirt unless they tell you otherwise. Some places do pictures for id cards and othet shit and will want you dressed up, but they would have told you. Since " business casual" varies just cover your bases with slacks and a button up.
>bring They should provide everything you need, but I always bring a leather portfolio thing that's stocked with paper, note cards, pens, and shit like that Just becuse it comes in handy.
I make decent money now, but I'd like to make a little extra on the side. It doesn't have to finance my life, just a few hundred bucks more a month would help, and I'd like to do this without getting another physical job.
That's because Kim Kardashabitch has been branded every second of her life since birth. I dunno if making a small percentage off those emojis is worth having to calculate out the ROI of every single interaction in your life.
>>1011992 >kim kardashian emojis making about a million dollars per second (no exaggeration) This is an exaggeration. That would mean 500,000 people are downloading it per second, 30,000,000 per minute. I highly doubt an app with 2000 total ratings has been downloaded by even 500,000 people. It's all forced hype.
>youtube vloggers making millions This is true but being a YouTube vlogger has to be a shitty life if you're not completely full of yourself.
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