Who's more based?
Is now a good time to buy into oil? It is at an all time low and will stabilize soon.
How is the illegal immigrant crisis in Europe going to affect the respective economies?
Let's assume no civil war breaks out (if it doesn idgaf about this money), it goes out with a fizzle, everybody gets cucked and taxes raised for these poor women and children (pic related).
Will increased taxation and subsequent spending on social housing, cheap consumer goods etc. cause growth in EU markets? Or will they grind into a communism-induced halt like the USSR? What if rich people skip town and move to AUS/USA/Asia?
it's a serious question, /pol/ will probably just blame the jews and say the happening is happening soon so money doesn't matter, it's for jews anyway.
This is obviously going to have some sort of impact one way or another, and I have maybe €15,000 in EU markets so I'm wondering about this.
Who worked in a broker ?
People have they really been ruined in this day of January 15, 2015 ?
Negative balance have been refunded by brokers?
Or The customers repay their negative blance ?
I don't understand your English bub- but I'll try to work with you.
Here's how it works-
If customer A Invests $1, and his ballance goes up to $2, the broker takes a % of the gains as his fee.
Now, if it goes down, from $1 to $.5, the broker takes no fee.
The broker ONLY takes a fee on profits- the broker will offer services for free until the customer's account is worth over $1.
If that customers account never hits the 'High Water Mark' then...
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I'll never forget that one. Lost my ass being long on a forex broker profiting from NEET's thinking they can win with forex. It's so insanely leveraged it even took out the broker dealing in it. Pic related. Still pisses me off.
Forex. Never. Again.
Oh.. and also a perfect example of why technical analysis of any sort of complete BS. No chart called that one.
what is money
Money is, as I see it, a sort of 'work credit'.
Like, i worked 40 hours last week for a company. This company paid me what I am worth to them for 40 hours. I can exchange these work credits at other places for goods or services.
Is it real? Does it have intrinsic value? I dont know. But I know an hour of work is worth 20 Mcdoubles to me and thats a damn good deal.
/biz/ I'm 21 with a degree and no job. Am I failure please say no and that living with my parents is ok
You're an inherently valuable human being who makes your loved ones happy! Living with your parents is completely ok. Although you may not see yourself as successful now, with a little determination, you'll be able to achieve your goals!
So the other night I watched this interview with Joe Bongiovanni from 2013 regarding monetary reform.
What do you y'all think is the best way we can fix our international economy and thus all local economies within it?
Link below is video with interview mentioned above
>What do you y'all think is the best way we can fix our international economy and thus all local economies within it?
Actually free banking.
Of course there would be a period of massive restructuring, but after this economies would be built on sound footing.
>mfw i'm the poor people Jack Ma is talking about
I'm not too dumb, I can finish tasks.
I learn quickly when given new information.
I'm lazy. I don't start difficult things, or long projects.
Small rewards do not attract me enough, even if they will add up to enough to stop working and be free.
I am the 99%
This is 4chan, we all fucked up in some way
I would fucking pay for someone to get this onto Bernie Sanders' twitter page
I wonder how the Wikledorks haven't jumped from a 10 story building by now. First they get fucked over on Facebook and now assraped by Bitcoin. A year ago they said that Bitcoin would have a trillion dollar market cap. Yikes.
I agree. People that don't see the potential of crypto just make me shake my head family.
Although i think bitcoin as a brand is a dead duck. Crypto will live on through Ethereum. Ethereum is cryptos secret weapon. You can actually do amazing things with it that were not possible for humans to achieve previously.
I make $15k (liquid) a month but I spend a lot of time to make it happen... how can invest my money without spending too much time (I don't have the energy or motivation to learn how to play the stock market, ect.)
I need something I can set it and leave it
Just buy some index funds in a first world country. Your money will follow the market so the risks and rewards aren't that big. The market tends to grow a little bit more than inflation every year. Unlike most bank accounts.
if/when you were 18 what knowledge would/did you gain from the internet that you could recommend to others -- books, lectures, video series ect.
Is going through the khan academy videos on finance or economics worth it?
I've gone through the basic stuff of interest rates, debts, and tax sections.
Essentially, I want to learn how to waste my money on the stock market. Where is a good place to learn how?
How do I short against this millennial hype?
>tfw all the big banks and corporations are hyping about millennials "kickstarting the economy with their tech savvy skillz" you know its all BS
I was trying to pinpoint what they were doing that was so off. Clearly they weren't millenials, but I couldn't put my finger on it. It wasn't the age, the fashion, the pose, the forced assortment, or the far left guy's rapist smile. Those all checked out.
Then it hit me, they were all smiling.
I'm in a bit of predicament /biz/ here it is
>19 years old
>graduated high school last June
>in community college now (lel)
>selling on Amazon has been my source of income since 15
>Make good money, more than enough for my wants, 5000 in savings
>Have car, pay for insurance, gas, own food, etc still live with parents
>Don't make enough to live on...
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I had no job experience at all coming out of college.
>bum fuck lazy and didn't do internships
ended up applying to ~300 places in the area and got a job on the first in person interview.
just takes a little bit of effort
Anyone still in on ETH?
Should I get out?
I didn't dump because I got caught up in the project and I really like what they're doing.
Plus the pump and dump correction wasn't that big, it's still rising hard, just not fast enough for /biz/'s pump and dump scheme.
Any advise about bitcoin.