There's no fucking way this 4 handle on ether is going to hold.
It's going to hit 5 and dump down hard to 3
2 handle is the new bottom
Say goodbye to 1 forever
The eth rocket has left ground and it's never going back.
Last Chance to hop in on Ethereum, boys.
Next stop is the moon.
Imagine how it'll feel to have made millions effortlessly with all your /biz/ bros
Should I major in Law or Finance, /biz/?
What are your life goals and why?
I want to be wealthy enough not to work.
Wealthy enough to have freedom as to where I go and what I spend my time doing.
Influential enough to fulfill my purpose on this world.
Took a new job and hate it after 5 months. Should I start looking for a new position biz or stick it out?
>Something like 90% attrition/firing within 18 months.
Didn't know that, although it does make sense.
You could hedge by always having offers lined up after you break the news to your current employer, though that is both time consuming and costly since you risk fucking around all the potential employers in the area.
Yo /biz/, I got a legal/credit card issue I was hoping for some help on.
I recently purchased tickets to a concert from a third party ticket broker (scalpers) because they concert i wanted to attend was sold out in 2 minutes.
I purchased the tickets at what the merchant informed me was 209$ total (double the price of the original tickets) over the phone, using my credit card and billing information.
Later that day, the concert opened up thousands of new tickets because they had moved to a new venue, (tons of available tickets at original price)
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Call the bank that issues your credit card and say you want to dispute the transaction because they're over billing you and you never agreed to the amount.
That's what credit cards are for. To tell shady merchants to go fuck themselves.
so biz, redpill me on the stockmarket. i really know nothing
Stocks are units of ownership of large corporations
Stockholders get to vote on business issues and are also entitled to a share of the profits
In the stock market these units of ownership are bought and sold through a bid and offer system
I know someone who struggle to sell a castle in south France (no bullshit) that cost a few millions dollars.
I'd like to help this person in order to have some dollar$ in the process. Do you have some ideas or good links by chance?
I know it's unlikely but It would be cool if some of you lurkers know how to find rich people and sell them this castle.
pic related of the castle
To the oil speculating cunts, I hope you enjoy knowing you will never get your money back and I hope you all jump off a building
I'm about to get a bunch back when I file my taxes.
>drive at night without headlights to save money on electricity
>make friends with someone with a Netflix account. Steal their credit card and max it out
>pee in the sink to save money on toilet water
>dip used bubblegum in coolaid to make more bubblegum
How could anything double since 2012? Why would that be possible? Is it solely because of Abenomic money printing?
You see the problem with inflating your currency is, the more you inflate it, the harder it is to inflate it.
Reminder that we've been enacting all of the same policies that Japan has enacted 5-10 years before us
Reminder that since we've begun doing that, we've been experiencing the same conditions Japan has 5-10 years prior
Reminder that Japan has killed their economy by squeezing their middle class workforce to subsidize the zaibatus (large corporations)
Reminder that Japan is us in 5-10 years
Reminder that this economy is crashing with no survivors
Is publishers clearing house a scam or not. I find this to be interesting for /b/ to discuss.
Goldman Sachs says oil is going under $20
So, I am 29 now, and I still haven't moved out. My mom is poor and disabled and can't afford her mortgage. I pay half, which is $300 a month. I also buy groceries and internet and things like that. The cheapest ghetto apartments around here are $850 a month and they're like 700 sq ft... cost does not include utilities or parking. If I move out my mom would lose her house, and I can't justify spending $800 a month on something shitty like a tiny apartment. The bad side of this I live in perpetual clutter and hoarding at this house, and can't make friends...
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Might as well. You could also clean the house too. At a certain point you are supporting your mom rather than the opposite so a good girl (esp one in her 30s ie getting desperate) wouldn't be put off.
You're basically getting to live somewhere nice and help your mom.
People here will give you a lot of shit here, but living with your family and just paying for part or all of their mortgage/bills/whatever is way better than renting (at least for savings) if both parties don't mind the arrangement.
Biz, How profitable would it be to open or purchase a dog kennel/daycare. I've been looking online and operations that cost around one million to start can have 300-500k in gross income. Even after EBITA you could make more than 10% of your original investment back year over year. So my questions are,
How much to open a doggy daycare?
How much could I expect to make?
Would it be better to buy a pre-existing site?
What financing options are available for opening a new one?
Thanks in advance guys, I hope that other people might find this thread useful/insightful as well!
If the noi is around 500k for this kind of business and the cost of entry is 1ml that is a 50% YOC and should already raise some flags about how your info is skewed (see "too good to be true") . I would suggest you dig a little deeper.