Ethereum will be bigger than bitcoin. Why are you still in denial?
Current price ~$3
>Ethereum market cap becomes equal to bitcoins
Expected price ~$75
AFC won. The market is kill
any germanfags otu there? If so, can you fags tell me something about german car production, i need it for an assignment, please help...
German Mech. Engineer with BMW here, I know more about Engineering than business but I could help out
I wanted to beg on the broncos. But I didn't know how.
What is the betting limit. How much do I win if I bet 1000 for example? 2000?
>"Imma go home bang muh wife and drink a Budweiser"
What did he mean by this /biz/?
Is this dude legit? Please experts lean in and tell your thing.
Rather, I should say that all businesses fail BECAUSE they don't have enough start-up capital.
I don't like the services industry meme as a business by the way. But a couple million in revenue in the service industry is better than 10k flipping burgers.
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Im nor sure if anyone here is familiar with a plant called "kratom", but its this southeast asian tea leaf, related to the coffee plant, that gives you a nice opiate-like buzz. Its legal in the USA, aside from a couple of states that have banned it for god knows why. Theres dozens of sites selling it online in either small quantities of powder, or bulk by the kilo.
My question is this:
Im in southeast asia right now and will be traveling through some of the world's best kratom-growing regions in Malaysia. If I could find a quality local grower and convince him to ship kratom back to me in the US, could this be turned into a profitable business?
The online competition seems pretty pretty competitive. It might be possible to start selling locally at first to all the smokeshops in my area, but I imagine that wouldn't turn too big of a profit. One other thing thats kind of discouraging is that the legal status of this stuff in america is a grey area and basically the govt has the power to shut it down at any time and have been threatening to in many states.
Worth attempting it or no?
tfw you read another post on this board saying it's impossible to make 10% gains monthly
>stay poor homies
Try 900% monthly gains faggot.
I don't see why people even bother with stocks. Why put your money into something that is essentially glorified gambling and expect to make it? I'd rather actively work with my money and know that if it went to shit it, was 100% my fault.
>there are people who unironically believe that USD/EUR isn't going to reach parity in 2016
Whats your favorite federal income tax avoidance tricks and deductions? Anyone use offshore accounts? What about donating to oversea charities?
I've never understood how the whole "donating to charities for a tax deduction" works.
Sure, those donations are tax-deductable. But so what? Just keeping the money and paying taxes on it leaves you infinitely further ahead than giving it away and having zero of it left.
Maybe I'm missing something fundamental. But the whole "donate" thing seems like blatant BS.
/biz/ I come to you humble, hungry and desperate. During college I had a trust fund which I not only burned through, but during the process managed to racked up 10k in credit card debt. I have paid off $3,500 in credit card debt and have budgeted myself to hopefully pay off the rest within a 16 month time frame.
I am living a very different lifestyle from when I was racking up debt as you can imagine, and am well on my way to working my way out off the hole I dug for myself. The issue is now the company I work for is very dependent upon the value of oil, and risks going...
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I have a good credit score (720ish), but my short credit history and debt to income ratio make my interest rate relatively high. Last time I looked into refinancing the interest rate was almost identical to what I already have.
combination, you should have a 6 months emergency fund just for this situation, in your case the fund will have to include the paydown on the debt
however thats not terribly much, whats the monthly bill like 220 bucks?
Anybody here have experience in monetizing a Youtube channel? I'm about to produce videos for someone who has reasonable name recognition, and I'm almost 100% certain these videos will garner a could hundred thousand views apiece (in 2-3 months). The niche we're in will have viewers that are highly likely to click+buy from advertisements, and the niche is relatively unsaturated. Not a even close to a camwhore/youtube personality
Would there be any benefit to having a website for my videos? As in potential additional monetization?
Youtube general thread too
disclaimer: i think about and research this a lot but i haven't done it yet.
imo the only advantage to having a website would be that it would be easier to seo than a youtube page because google gives you points for having the domain name be the searched-for keyword, which should not be hard if you have a sufficiently unique channel name. probably not worth the cost of hosting and (opportunity) cost of design.
also +1 backlink each way is nice. every little bit matters.
I'm trying to raise my EBay selling limits for my business account, would anyone be willing to let me say I've been selling under your account so that I automatically get my limit matched to yours?
If I had an idea for a small product to sell, how would I go about getting it made? Say, a plastic computer accessory to be produced and sold online.
Is it something that is patentable? If so I'd get a patent first. Then make up a prototype and drawings, check with some manufactures and find out how much a initial production run will cost you. Get pricing on packaging and advertising. Once you know that you can figure out what your selling price is depending on whether you're going to wholesale or retail the product and still make a profit. The turn on your inner salesman and go to work.
>WTF anon that sounds like a lot of leg work
It is but remember the old saying "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration". Good luck.