> A writer told me "I didn't get anything done today". Answer: try to do nothing. The best way to have only good days is to not aim at getting anything done. Actually almost everything I've written that has survived was written when I didn't try to get anything done.
S. Korean shares end lower on institutional selling http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news/2016/11/21/0200000000AEN20161121007151320.html
SEOUL, Nov. 21 (Yonhap) -- South Korean shares closed lower Monday as institutions and retail investors sought to reduce risky shares ahead of what local analysts called an imminent U.S. rate hike. The local currency further lost ground against the U.S. greenback.
The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) lost 8.53 points, or 0.43 percent, to 1,966.05. Trading volume was slim at 213.7 million shares, worth 3.2... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to make my own pay site. I cater to a certain porn fetish, and I have hundreds of original pictures and a few videos, with the potential to get thousands more along with some more videos.
I'd like to charge people to view my site and original content, but I have no experience making websites or buying domains. My questions are:
>how would I create a pay site with a wallet and such at a low cost and minimal work involved >should I design the site myself or outsource the work >how... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm 99% sure there are people who will set one up for you. I'm 100% sure you do not want to do the kind of paperwork required to run an independent porn production company. Just sell your stuff on one of the clips sites.
>>1627911 Interest? I love watches, fashion brands and tech I have a textile business here in italy, 12M of sales volume... my family used to be very wealthy in the past, but now due of recession in italian economy, we spent our money to save the company ... i love my work, but sometimes i think that i need another path...
Hey /biz/. I am not entirely sure this is the correct place to ask, but if anyone on this website has extensive college/education knowledge, it'd be /biz/. So I figured I'd toss my question out here for anyone willing to answer.
Here's my situation. TL;DR: Failed first two high school years miserably, almost perfect grades in last two years.
I didn't do well in high school, I'll spare you the details, but in short life got in the way. I failed my freshman and sophomore years miserably. Due to the circumstances of my living situation during those years, I didn't have the time to attend. Failed every class and had an average GPA of about 0.4. During my Junior and Senior years, I was in a much more stable situation and was able to actually attend my classes albeit at a secondary high school. For those two years, I had a GPA of 3.9. For both of those years, I had phenomenal testing scores, with no less than a 95% on any of the state tests that we were periodically given. My scores during the last two years were the highest in the school, and had bumped up the school average by 2-3% (The secondary high school). However, due to my lack of attendance during the first two years, I simply didn't have enough credits to graduate. I ended up getting my GED and have just been working since.
I am now 20 years old, and have discovered for certain what it is that I want to do in my life, and that is mechanical engineering. My question to you is if I were to take college prerequisites at say a community college and passed those with a similar GPA to my last two years in high school, would I be able to get into a reputable college for my engineering education? Or am I fucked?
>>1627879 Absolutely. College admissions has become a more holistic process. If you really thrive at the CC then you will not have problems transferring to a 4 year college.
Congratulations on pursuing Mech. E, a word of warning however: engineering is difficult to learn, and you will most likely have a hard time. This is good, because it means that the amount of crappy engineers is reduced somewhat. Study hard, learn as much as you can, and find something that interests you.
>>1627879 Colleges love to see progress. Your GPA was so bad that you can give them any story you wish to make them impressed with your determination and ability to overcome adverse odds.
You could submit only your GPA for the final years as long as you can interpret directions in such a way that it's allowable (or note somewhere on your application that it's only last two years). I think it's reasonable if you explain in the next steps of the process that 1) a councilor/ mentor gave you this advice to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1627855 First, only do business with traders who have high volume and good feedback.
After contacting the person and discussing how much you're buying/selling and for what price you'll agree on a public location to meet. Starbucks is a popular destination as they have free WiFi. Some traders will offer to exchange additional contact info such as a cell number. Serious traders will insist on using an encrypted chat application like Signal or Wickr, others don't care and will communicate over plain SMS.
Be there at the specified time, bring only your phone/cash. Tell the person where you're seated/wearing so they can recognize you. The person selling the bitcoin will ask to see the cash. The cash should be in an envelope, counted in plain view and left on the table. Next the seller will ask for an address. Typically this will be provided via a QR code. The seller will confirm the price and amount you're about to receive. Once the transaction hits the network the seller should pocket the cash.
You will now both wait until the transaction gets at least 1 confirmation, this is usually ~10 minutes. If you do repeat business with someone you might skip this step for convenience but always insist on waiting if it's a large amount. Once you get 1 confirmation say thanks and leave.
Small talk is fine but remember that in-person trades are done largely for anonymity. Never ask or disclose information which identifies you. Do not ask things like "what do you do for a living?", "where are you from?", or "where do you get your bitcoin?". Exchanging first names is fine (providing a fake is cool too) if you wish to do more trades in the future.
Always be punctual, polite, and professional.
Localbitcoins can be a little intimidating at first but after a few trades you'll see it's actually just a bunch of computer nerds hustling on the side.
Hey /biz/, how easy is day trading? I have a distant family member who started getting into it and studying it over the summer, and he's already averaging 8k a day with about 50k capital. He said he only studied it for around 3 months and he's already making bank, I'm inclined to not believe him because it sounds too good to be true. My question is should I drop out of school (that's what he did) and start learning this shit?
>>1627765 Trading is the hardest way to make money. And out of the different types of trading, day-trading is the most difficult. You would be stepping into a cagefight with apex alpha predators. Everything they do is to try to trick you to get you into giving your money to them. Read that again everything you see is done by apex predators and is done to subvert you and take your money.
You're going to need to dedicate the next few years of your life to study and learn and practice.
One of the biggest parts of this is literally (You). For example even if you had the perfect winning playbook with details of exactly what you need to do, you yourself and your psychology will be a big stumbling block. You'll second guess yourself, you'll be too paralyzed to do what you're supposed to do when you're supposed to do it because its very uncomfortable doing it when it looks the scariest(like buying a huge freefall dip falling knife), you'll want to break your rules, you'll want to move your orders even though its wrong, you'll have a great desire to be vindicated as being right so you'll hold on to loosing trades too long, you'll have a burning overwhelming lust to not be patient and wait for the right setup at the right time and you'll end up chasing, you'll have a burning overwhelming lust to not be patient and not stay within safe risk and you'll overleverage. You'll be your own worst enemy. You'll have to discipline yourself and remain disciplined everytime, in order to have the privilege of leaving the 95% of looses and joining the ranks of the elite.
And even after all that you're still guaranteed to lose. Why? Well for one, remember: every trade starts out as a loosing trade, and you have to work your way out of it being a loosing trade. Also you are always going to have losses. Your psychology will fight tooth and nail against this but you'll have to be able to take many many losses. Even the best most elite traders still take many losses.
Anons always go on about gold on here. But what about other commodities like coffee and sugar? Apparently the developing world struggles to mitigate against changing weather patterns, which occasionally destroys yields. Which makes it more profitable to hold/sell tonnes of produce. Is it worth it?
Would take literal tons to make any noticeable profits. Coffee and sugar are renewable products and when it comes down to it, we can do without it if the economy or produce levels gets that shitty which will be a big factor. I see where you're coming from. At one point salt was worth more than gold. But it'll take a cataclysmic event to get anywhere close to that again.
My fucking phone glitched and I lost my comment 2 hours ago
I think the cats are no option, the ins and outs are way too specialised, so I can't just google the info.
There are two types of coffe beans; arabica (good quality and expensive) and robusta (low quality and cheap). At some point Vietnam held their robusta beans, next year Brazil lost their arabica harvest due to a climate disaster. Vietnam sold their robusta for a higher price, they're now the 2nd biggest coffee producer, specializing in robusta. I just wondered if climate change could make... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If I get my medical degree in South America in 6 years, can I move to the US and work as a M.D. or do my specialization in a US university? I'm European, but where I'm from the Doctor pay isn't even close to the US (80k-200k+ a year)
>>1627570 Yea, I'm pretty much fluent in it. I lived in Spain for the first 12 years of my life and have kept practicing ever since. I know that South America Spanish is a bit different but I would move there for half a year in advance to get used to all of it.
It's just super easy to get into an University and it's free, just now sure how practical a medical degree from there is.
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I can't believe I'm posting this here. I need a Green Card, and I'm planning to get it using the $500k investment method. Here's the problem, I only have $650. I have until next summer to turn it into $500,000. What the fuck do I do to make that happen so I don't go back to my third world shithole?
Also, once I reach $10,000 I'll have access to another $50,000. So that's a little help. My other assets include about $3,000 worth of books but I think I'd get like $1000 tops if I try to sell them.
You're not going to make your cash into your target in time. Instead identify a really good investment/business and sell the opportunity to investors. Get the money from them, start the business and get your green card.
How many other people in Canada have noticed there are 2 types of fast food places.
1. Mix of random people, mostly young.
2. Homogeneous group of some variety of south american or east asian middle aged women all speaking a language other than English between themselves.
Are we doing our society any good by keeping this program going? On one hand we are producing something cheaper, on the other we are driving wages and working conditions down by importing non-demanding competition.
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As a white Canadian who worked in fast food we had 27 employees and 3 where white but 1 quit within a month so it was 2. Was there 2 years and it was the worst bcause they spoke their foreign language all the time and made me isolated.
Then I moved to a small town and it's all young white people. It's much nicer.
If have a 130k fed student loan debt for a jd and I make 85k starting in NYC, why shouldn't I just ride out the income based payment plans and just work with the money I save from not going on a standard payment plan and eat the tax bomb when it comes up?
Hey /biz/ wanted you to weigh in on a question I have.
I am currently a student in my senior year of college for mechanical engineering with a minor in nuclear science and a minor in computer science.
I am looking at a piece of property I would like to purchase when I graduate for 209K. It is a subdivision with 1 large lot and 10 small cottages. There are significant repairs to do on the property. The property however is very close to my commute, and I think it will increase in value significantly. I would live in the large house, while repairing or tearing down... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want more money. I am from a southern state and I'm not sure on where to go right now in life. I am settled at my parent's house and have $5k in my savings. Planning on investing in a car sometime next year or moving out. Neither of those are realistic right now. I'm 22 and have two jobs. Here's some info:
>downtown hardware store >$8/hr, 2 years working >full time >experience with welding, plumbing, and electrical in that order
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I'm in the same boat. I work odd jobs and cook at the local waffle house. But I also go to school and I'm learning a trade like carpentry as a fall back. Just learn a useful skill that can help you along the way. Hell have two I am also intrested in CNC work.
It's called get an entry-level education at your community college in something you may see yourself getting into (like computers). Start there and see if you can get yourself an entry level helpdesk job or something of the like and see where you can go from there. If it doens't turn out to be your thing well its just community college and you didn't lose much money.
>>1627176 Literally no reason to use it other than to engage in criminal activity. Even then, you're probably better off using Bitcoin. PerfectMoney has actually been around for a while if I remember correctly but it's no different from E-Gold, Liberty Reserve, or E-Bullion.
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