im kind of ashamed to make this thread, but heres the deal: i have 5-7 days left to prepare for my microeconomics, macroeconimics and foreign trade exams. the reason why i havent studied earlier for them, whether you believe it or not, was because i was hospitalized for weeks due to a car accident and later had to have some reconstruction of my set of teeth. anyway, i could skip these exams, but i feel like it should be doable to prepare enough for them in order to pass, grades dont matter at this point (micro and macro are leftovers from basic studies and im pretty much done... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How to get a job at Google? I see they post a new job add in my field every month but I already applied for that position a few months ago. Can I send another application or is that a disadvantage and I better wait some longer? Thanks for your help.
With greek stocks at an all time low, isn't it the time to start buying? http://www.weforum.org/agenda/2015/07/why-greeces-debt-situation-is-better-than-it-looks http://www.tradingeconomics.com/greece/indicators The first signs of a recovering economy are there, what do you think?
>>1065267 I've seen analysts like Bill Bonner who specifically cited cheap stocks as those found to Greece and Russia as a place to store money before the impending US credit crisis. So there are richer, smarter men than you who believe those are the markets to look at. What specific stocks? No idea.
networking. Every job I've gotten (post college) has come from knowing someone on the inside. they'd rather interview two people that have references inside the company than sift through 50 bajillion resumes.
Based spreadsheet guy, you posted a pic of your portfolio a couple days ago - pic related. I wanted to ask you a question but the thread was kill. Hopefully someone else might be able to answer it.
The image you posted is a perfect example of how you should record what you have invested in. But I was wondering, say if you wanted to accumulate more of a stock in your existing portfolio (at a different price than you initially paid for it) how would you add it to your spreadsheet? Would you create a separate cell in which you enter the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1065246 You could take out a 2x leveraged long position on the AUD/USD that will make up your losses on the purchase when the AUD returns to parity with the USD when the commodities market recovers. not financial advice etc.
I just got approved for city bank college credit card ( i think it is the best for a college student) i just want to build credit and at the same time i don't want to pay a lot of interest. Any recommendation for now on?
>>1065190 >People acting like credit scores mean dick these days.
Friend, you are living in the 1970s.
Just for shits and giggles, here's a good one.
Take out credit card in foreign country which is about to collapse (a Venezuela type place). Purchase (an) asset(s) on margin with a decent cash float designated in home shekels for interest repayments and to hedge against the market not behaving as expected.
Wait for country to go hyperinflationary.
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>>1065153 No. It's because the macro economy is literally ruling the roost right now.
Macro isn't marshmallow science. It's marshmallow science if you take it at face value, as how it's taught. Learning proper Macro. needs a critical mind and a broad skill set across basic STEM field stuff, especially mathematics and physics, and a good understanding of micro too.
Micro on the other hand is more likely to be correct, but is also extremely theoretical.
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Every course in Econ. I studied was useful in understanding the way the world works, right down to Public Sector Econ. Which is basically a "How can we shill for .gov" course. (Also broad-based use of macro, micro and many other Econ. courses, which was nice.)
I only opted for the elective because better electives were full. Turned out to be an eye-opener anyway.
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