He's saying the same thing Schiff, Bonner, Celente, Sinclair and the rest are saying. 2008 to present is a phony recovery. Stocks are grossly over valued thanks to the FED pumping the equity market full of phony money. This bubble is far far greater than 01 and 08 combined and is going to crash harder. When it does, everyone is going to rush to PMs as a safe haven the same way they always do. The difference is that China, Russia and India are preparing themselves for the collapse of the US dollar and buying... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Investing is risky business! >Investing your money is for people who already have a lot! >The stockmarket is rigged >The stockmarket is random and completely unpredictable, so it's best not to bother >I play computer games >I just keep my money in my savings account, that way it collects interest and I can save up! >Saving for retirement? Haha i don't plan to be alive that long. >I'm too young/old to start a business >I do not listen to Maybach music >All the good business ideas were taken already >All the smart products or services were already invented before me >____? Nah that's nonsense! Just get a regular job ya dummy! >Anon, you need to pay for us when we're older, we raised you afterall >Cmon bro lend me $100, i need it to buy more Vemma, trust me it will make us earn MILLIONS >Reinvesting your profits? That's retarded, why earn money if i don't spend it on fun? >Live within my means? But Shaniqua/Johnny has that new iPhone 9s deluxe platinum edition, I need it too... >I only work 40 hours a week but i wish to get rich >I don't actively work on improving myself >What's the point of books? I'm done all my reading! >I play videogames lol it's fun!
I have a cousin that's a stoner metalhead/goth/punk or something like that.
He claims to be an anarchist. I asked him what it is and heard the most ridiculous explanation ever:
>Everything is fair and square. For example, I'm good with electronics and you're good with guitars. I do you a favour, and you do me a favour. No money involved. No one is getting rich. Right now, it's unfair because whatever we're good at, Samsung is getting rich.
I tried explaining some basic economics, e.g. how would you value... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>I refuse to spend money to make money >I play videogames >I think that my situation is outside of my control >I don't read books >The stockmarket is for smart people! >I do the bare minimum at my job >I play videogames >I am planning on buying an iPhone >I'm going to major... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
* Developing a healthy lifestyle routine: diet, exercise, edible gardening * Developing a positive psychology seminar program to spread happiness * Planning a organ donation related non-profit * Writing a research paper on the attitudes of smokers to a tobacco industry regulation * Working towards a master's degree in epidemiology * Lobbying my university to convert a pub it owns into a sober, recovery-oriented space for addiction, a mental health clubhouse * Going through the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1084581 >Flipping cheap shit into expensive shit using ebay/etsy/gumtree/alibaba, thrift stores and sales at fashion stores not op. how's it going so far? what products are you flipping and how much capital did you start with?
>>1084591 I havent sold anything yet, just started this week. Ive bought about $200 worth of stuff i reckon will sell, just going off whats sold on ebay and whats listed on etsy. I think i will do well. I have a plan to start a website and potentially refirb/private label some clothing, modeling all of it. Literally putting my label in the clothing to try and get above market price. Start a marketing campaign to cater to ham beasts and hipsterfaggots using tumblr, instagram and snapchat. Id love to throw a good 10k at it to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1084530 >allowed That implies it's something that could be changed by placing restrictions on something. This isn't true. It's only fixed by adding additional policies. This is the current natural equilibrium, not 50/50 representation.
I reckon in hte future that will become more like 70/30, but I could never imagine things being represented at any more than that considering the median man is probably a whole standard deviation bolder in teh business world than the median... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1084530 "Allowed?" Most publicly traded companies have board of directors stacked with men, they want masculine leadership and want to scratch the backs of men that they have worked with. Thus, you have a patriarchal structure at the top of companies.
>>1084500 But seriously though, one thing you can do if it's a small company is build something impressive to act as a kind of functional resume. I was in the same position a few years ago after graduation, bad grades but very technically capable. I designed and built a new type of inline robotic arm and just walked into the lobby with it and asked to speak to the hiring manager. I don't work at that place anymore but that was what got me going professionally
>Average US household income is under $3000 after taxes >Average rent price in America is over $1000
/biz/, could you take a break from laughing at underemployed non-STEMmers for like 10 minutes to build them affordable housing?
I feel like this is a massive market opportunity. A shitload of college grads every year are taking shitty jobs and have too much pride to live with their parents so they pay upwards of 40% of their monthly income to rent a nice metro apartment so they don't have a long... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have the first real career interview of my life on Wednesday, and it's one of those situations where I really need this position. It's my second interview, and I'm not even sure if there are other people i'm competing with.
Regardless, It's two days away and I'm already beginning to feel anxious. I usually don't have anxiety problems at all, but since this is going to be the single most important conversation of my life so far, I'm really worried. Any advice to calm my nerves? My friend does a shot before interviews, and it's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1084426 It's for a paid financial advising residency program, which is supposed to teach me and get my certifications to be an advisor by the end of it. So given the field and the type of position, I'm thinking that my personality is actually the most important part.
Prepare yourself in advance--like tomorrow at the latest. Not the day before or the day of. The reason being that you want to be somewhat spontaneous, not totally polished-sounding in the interview. Just like having to testify, you want to be somewhat in the moment. Being genuine is important or they won't actually meet "you". That said you also need to feel prepared--this is subjective so you'll have to assess this on your own/with someone you trust to the best of your ability. Write down some criteria of what you want to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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