I own a small business and college it starting next week. I can manage both fine and I don't know why I'm so stressed right now, but I am.
I don't even think college is worth it for me. It's a community college but still I think it would be a waste of time and money that I could be putting into my business. I keep telling myself that college would be a "fallback" or that an MBA would be useful, but I'm seriously starting to doubt it.
I really have no "interests" or "passion" that a degree would get me closer... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066960 nah people will be fine with a resume gap if you can show you were running a business just learn how to write it into your resume
dont not get the degree its such a big deal, so many places wont even look at you without it, its so much easier to finish it now and have it than have to go back and start again several years down the road
Can my American /biz/ please explain how and why this is allowed to go on?
At which point did the US economy decide it's OK to allow the private sector to control the prices of life-saving medication, and at the same time prohibit the import of the same medication from abroad?
Has the line between government and business completely disappeared over there?
I know this is somewhere between /biz/ and /pol/ but we all know /pol/ is a bunch of edgy 14 year olds so I'm asking you, as I'm genuinely interested.
>>1066929 I had closed a sell position on usd/jpy when I saw a signal candle in the 15 minute chart cuz market was prime for some good scalping then it happend huuuuge green boner! Raked in so much cash on so many accounts I'll be taking a lavish vacation In Hawaii for spring break on March 20th
Hi /biz/. One year ago I started making a video game. Now it's about 2-3 months away from being completed. It took a long time but I'm extremely proud of it and confident that it is good.
I built a promotional website with screenshots, videos, and a playable demo. I just need to buy the web hosting + domain.
Problem is, I'm getting really nervous. Marketing is the phase of development where I'm absolutely weakest. I have no online persona and the thought of promoting the game over social media makes me worried. Once the internet knows about... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066899 >Once the internet knows about the game then it feels like any wrong step could screw me over. What if I accidentally make an ass of myself on twitter and people hate me? What if someone discovers a glitch in my demo and it makes me look like an amateur? What if people think my website looks stupid? What if I get attacked by rabid SJWs for not having enough transexual characters in the game?
If it gets to that point, then your marketing works. Just do whatever. The odds of success... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
this is the first time amazon has actually missed earnings so investors are spooked. It's not a big miss though, and most of their numbers are still phenomenal. Prime memberships continue to sell like crazy, and AWS is operating with insanely good margins
>>1066843 No. The market in shitty code is already dominated by indians that will build a Warcraft like MMO for 100 bucks. The only way to make real money coding is by being good and having a lot of experience. You need both brains and dedication.
Hey guys, I run a successful startup, and recently invested $1.2m into stocks (6 months ago), managed by a company for a fee.
Despite my investments being down by around 2.5%, i think they've done a great job mitigating the losses over this period. 2.5% down is far better than everyone else's performance over the past 6 months that i've spoken to.
However, all this doom and gloom lately has been making me nervous, and I'm seriously considering pulling all my money out, and waiting for a crash.
I just had a meeting with them today, and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1066777 Pull out half. If there really is a chance to "double or triple your money" then you increase your worth by 50% or double. If it doesn't happen, and you suffered a 2.5% loss, it's no big deal.
>>1066706 I dunno. It kinda depends on the situation. The bread maker uses .50 of ingredients and sells his bread for 2.00. He made the ingredient supplier .50 richer, he gave 2 dollars of economic value to the consumer and gets to keep 1.50. If you attribute the value of the item at the level of what they were willing to pay, then we are actually talking a positive sum situation.
Then you have people like divorce lawyers, who destroy family units for large sums of money. This is, depending on how you look at the family... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>can't buy anything with it >high risk >hard to understand for an average person >is basically like gambling most of the times >when it goes right you can make a lot of money >you can lose everything really quick if you are reckless and stupid Aren't cryptocoins basically (penny) stocks?
>>1066668 I would argue that bitcoin isn't as it has a legitimate use in supporting illegitimate businesses on the deep web. I haven't seen anything special in any of the others though. To be perfectly honest I haven't even seen anything common about any of the others. They're just asinine attempts to steal market share from something that most people don't even understand let alone use.
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.
This is a 4chan archive - all of the content originated from them. If you need IP information for a Poster - you need to contact them. This website shows only archived content.
If a post contains personal/copyrighted/illegal content you can contact me at email@example.com with that post and thread number and it will be removed as soon as possible.