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Modern Mom 14/05/14(Wed)07:41 No. 2090 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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Have you tried the stock market?

Does anyone know what this site is about: http://www.mojena.com/


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Modern Mom 14/12/15(Mon)01:28 No. 2499 ID: e98585

>>2496
So what kind of investments do you usually screw with? I've been messing with emerging market equity last few years.


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Modern Mom 14/12/18(Thu)03:52 No. 2502 ID: 8448af

>>2499
ETFs, have a bunch of Vanguard and some other crap like high-dividend and real estate.

Got about $450 from 4,5k in what, 2 years now? The fucking real estate is dragging me down bad, but at least it pays good dividends. Otherwise, everything's been going up.


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Modern Mom 14/12/25(Thu)03:00 No. 2512 ID: d92ae4

no, but I do have a roth IRA with Vanguard and it is doing wonders with my savings. Shame these days a bank or certified deposit is just a way to burn money.




Modern Mom 14/07/24(Thu)15:05 No. 2204 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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Is the share trading negligibly skill based?

Goldman sachs does proprietary trading. Banks trade. Banks have supercomputers. Banks have lots of experts on one, orchestrated team. Banks have the resources to 'simulate' individual traders and the market power to dominate any amount of private wealth. Unless an individual has access to privileged information and can dodge authorities who regulate against them, how can it ever be rational to trade in the share market?


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Modern Mom 14/07/27(Sun)05:57 No. 2207 ID: e65a14

>>2204
Gee, I don't know, I just watch fuckin Mad Money hosted by Jim Cramer on CNBC.




Dont have a flashdrive? Jason December 14/09/29(Mon)23:33 No. 2359 ID: 39ed48 [Reply]
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Never buy flash drives,
Use sites like googledrive, opendrive, onedrive etc

Enjoy

From Jason December


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Modern Mom 15/08/11(Tue)02:43 No. 2646 ID: faf706

>>2633
He's just being ironic!


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iMEM 15/08/22(Sat)08:13 No. 2655 ID: 0abe60

Some good advice:
At suburban garage sales?: Go for USB. Check for 3.0 and haggle down.

Online Currency/Amazon?: Pick up some of the now dated 32gb class 10 tf cards. Easy to hide and store safely.

Have money for bulk?: Pick up some office desktops (the mini towers are great if you find them at auctions. Most 'refurbished' online are a dice roll.) Set up a server with 2-4, ~500gb per unit on average. Last one I found was 1.5tb for $125 but it needed maintenance.


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Modern Mom 15/08/26(Wed)08:51 No. 2658 ID: 97e000

>>2359

Gave all of mine away because their malware vectors. SDXC baby.




No Credit, but want a sub-20k loan Modern Mom 14/06/09(Mon)21:15 No. 2122 ID: 61d7db [Reply]
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How do I get a loan with no credit? I need to buy land and I need about 13 large to do it.

I'm saving money but it won't be quick enough. Any tips at all? Yes, yes, selling drugs is nice but I'd like something else.


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Modern Mom 14/12/09(Tue)04:40 No. 2492 ID: e98585

you need to establish credit it is not hard. Get a secured credit card from a credit union. It was 6 months before I had a score high enough to buy my first house. $500 down and they gave it back after 6 months.


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Modern Mom 14/12/15(Mon)01:29 No. 2500 ID: e98585

Is this land out in the country? USDA loans have low standards and help if it is outside city limits or zoned farming.


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Speech Anon 14/12/15(Mon)19:22 No. 2501 ID: 39ed48

Just increase your speech skill with the ring of dexterity. You can practically beat the game using only speech.




Jew Guide to Travel? Modern Mom 13/03/19(Tue)00:48 No. 1075 ID: 148b7e [Reply]
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Poor mother fucker from Eastern Europe.
I need ideas!


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Modern Mom 13/09/30(Mon)14:25 No. 1648 ID: 6b5a39

>>1249
>>1245

Haha. Comrades. Been doing that in Australia for a couple of years. Going to look for a long term squat when I'm done hitchhiking around. Another six months or so.


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Modern Mom 14/04/23(Wed)21:23 No. 2053 ID: 435fb3

if i was you, move to a warm country and then squat there forever, preferably syria


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Modern Mom 14/05/24(Sat)18:12 No. 2104 ID: d06ab6
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>>1249
Requesting full story.

When did you started, why, how was your life before?
Places you visited, how's the experience in general, what have you learned, how do you access the internet, what have you learned.

What's the best and the worst about it, how do you survive, nice tricks you learned.

And more importantly: cool stories from your wanderings.




Online consumer surveys Modern Mom 15/05/21(Thu)02:53 No. 2588 ID: d040d8 [Reply]
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These generally will give you a little something to put into a Paypal account if you're persistent enough.

Stuff like MySurvey and Opinion Outpost are easier to sign up for but don't pay out as well or as consistently. You might get a few surveys that you get partway through only to realize you don't qualify for them (mostly by being the wrong demographic). However, Opinion Outpost sometimes gives referrals to Pinecone Research, which is a good one to get with because those surveys pay better and more consistently when they show up.

Most of these will give you online points that they encourage you to use in their online store, but the best deal is to cash them out into Paypal deposits. If you converted the points to dollars and compared what else is in their stores you'd realize that they're charging full retail price for most of that stuff, and paying full retail price is for suckers.




Modern Mom 14/08/02(Sat)03:31 No. 2222 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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What is the job site with the most jobs syndicated together and the easiest and sumples application process? I want to pay local school kids to apply for jobs and write the cover letters on my behalf to save me time.




Economic justice Modern Mom 14/09/22(Mon)20:33 No. 2335 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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The poorest may now in certain ways enjoy what the richest a century ago could not have commanded, but this does not show improvement of condition so long as the ability to obtain the necessaries of life is not increased. The beggar in a great city may enjoy many things from which the backwoods farmer is debarred, but that does not prove the condition of the city beggar better than that of the independent farmer.


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Modern Mom 14/09/27(Sat)01:59 No. 2352 ID: ce94a9

>>2350
But they already do, why should people who work hard have to pay for Tyrone and Jamal who like to smoke weed and hang out with their baby mama?

Why should people who never bothered to obtain a skillset be provided for? Are we not then just rewarding laziness?


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Modern Mom 14/09/27(Sat)02:13 No. 2353 ID: 2d2aff

>>2351
If the middle class made more money, they would then pay taxes... It doesn't matter who pays taxes... A stronger middle class creates a larger and consumerist economy, a stronger one. Most super rich hold onto their money where it sits.. Forever. They are useless and will continue to horde wealth indefinitely. It will only get worse and creates less opportunity for all of us.

>>2352
Why reward heirs and the super-rich who have more money than they ever can spend?
They're living in a bubble where they can buy success.


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Modern Mom 15/01/30(Fri)20:36 No. 2527 ID: 609961
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>>2352

Lesser of two evils, in that scenario. The access to money to keep somebody afloat could be the one thing steering a person down on their luck away from crime. Apart from a chance, and not a certainty, of getting miserable work for peanuts due to a shit economy. Hipsters are about the only people that enjoy being poor, and they seem to have phased back into whatever secret place they came from so suddenly.
Also, it doesn't help the system by tossing the baby out with the bathwater; in the event that somebody loses their job, and hits a spiral of poverty instead of staying afloat long enough to find another one. No government, to my knowledge, has found a perfect system of somehow perfectly distributing money to those who "really deserve" it.

Generally it's worth contributing the small fraction of paid tax to this, to spare people the alternative. If a country as shitty and socially nihilistic as America does it, there's obviously a reason.




Bringing things home from work Lightning Thief 14/09/19(Fri)23:04 No. 2316 ID: a9b073 [Reply]
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Anyone here know about high-capacity storage batteries?

I had this idea while I was working at a call center: I plug my phone/iPod/portable gaming device in to charge them from inconspicuous outlets at whatever desk I'm at. Everyone does this, and nobody says anything as long as you're discreet about it. So why not charge up higher-capacity battery to run (say) my computer or entertainment system?

If it were small enough to fit in something like a book bag, even if it was heavy, it would just look like a bunch of books I brought to work to keep from getting bored. The possibility of it being discovered is negligible, since everyone keeps a bunch of stuff at their desk, and the facility uses staggering amounts of electricity so there won't be a spike in energy consumption/cost.

Anyone ever done this? What's wrong with this plan? Is there something really obvious I'm overlooking?

Pic vaguely related: It's an antique battery.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)01:29 No. 2345 ID: cf7294

Honestly, the battery itself will cost more money than you will ever save.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)09:04 No. 2346 ID: 08d10c

>2328
A laptop battery is much smaller than a backpack and charges slowly but in less than 24 hours. Other than that you're right, any battery with enough capacity for the plan to be worth the trouble would be huge and expensive.
OP should secretly develop inexpensive supercapacitors and use them to steal power.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)15:20 No. 2347 ID: 58984d

Oh yeah I was talking about powering a desktop

You can buy a UPS... But they'll wear out after a few years and cost 40 plus




Modern Mom 14/04/27(Sun)05:29 No. 2066 ID: 4e656e [Reply]
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Why would one desire cash over a check?

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sage sage 14/05/07(Wed)20:20 No. 2079 ID: 9c1726

this is not even /b/ material




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