• Im 18, unemployed and sad?

    Suck it up sunshine, your 18, its the time of your life your stuck with crappy jobs... good thing is that will motivate you to get skills and get something better. You don't get to start at the top without proving yourself. I worked 4 sucky jobs at once, and it got me out of debt and began my investment portfolio which built the wealth that... show more
    Suck it up sunshine, your 18, its the time of your life your stuck with crappy jobs... good thing is that will motivate you to get skills and get something better. You don't get to start at the top without proving yourself. I worked 4 sucky jobs at once, and it got me out of debt and began my investment portfolio which built the wealth that will allow me to retire early.
    5 answers · Psychology · 1 day ago
  • Is it sad to be 22 living at home?

    Depends, are you working a ton and saving for a downpayment on your own home - then no, are you living at home because your too pathetic to grow up and still need mommy and daddy to pamper you - then yeah a bit...
    Depends, are you working a ton and saving for a downpayment on your own home - then no, are you living at home because your too pathetic to grow up and still need mommy and daddy to pamper you - then yeah a bit...
    54 answers · Family · 1 day ago
  • Best way to save up for making a down payment on a house?

    Depends on your timeframe.... if you are already looking then a savings account.... if its some amorphous date way down the line some kind of diversified equity investment like a mutual fund. I recently refinanced and I'm rolling half the savings into a Betterment (one of those robo-advisors) account, at some point in the future there will be... show more
    Depends on your timeframe.... if you are already looking then a savings account.... if its some amorphous date way down the line some kind of diversified equity investment like a mutual fund. I recently refinanced and I'm rolling half the savings into a Betterment (one of those robo-advisors) account, at some point in the future there will be more in there then I have left on my mortgage, and I'll just use it to pay off the mortgage early.
    10 answers · Personal Finance · 1 day ago
  • Is it possible to make $30 Million dollars a year??? If soo how???

    Possible, yes... but your talking A list actors, NBA superstars, NFL quarterbacks are nearly there, CEOs - mostly of high tech companies where they own a significant amount of the company.
    Possible, yes... but your talking A list actors, NBA superstars, NFL quarterbacks are nearly there, CEOs - mostly of high tech companies where they own a significant amount of the company.
    8 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • What are the biggest investments are in your life besides education, work and a house?

    Retirement is bigger than education and house... by a long shot these days with low interest rates, and more and more expenses.
    Retirement is bigger than education and house... by a long shot these days with low interest rates, and more and more expenses.
    7 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • What can you do when you have a share?

    Most common stock, lets you vote for the Board of Directors. Since you vote for them they are supposed to be your voice on how the company is run. They do this by the Board having the ability to hire and fire & oversee the CEO who runs the company.
    Most common stock, lets you vote for the Board of Directors. Since you vote for them they are supposed to be your voice on how the company is run. They do this by the Board having the ability to hire and fire & oversee the CEO who runs the company.
    5 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • Did Trump's attack on Syria just increase the per gallon price of gas by eight percent?

    No, the Saudi's just announced their intention to cut production to get the price up.
    No, the Saudi's just announced their intention to cut production to get the price up.
    7 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • Which is the best way to do wills?

    I would pass down what ever items are important at the death of one of you... like the bass boat to son # 2 because he's the only one that fishes, things like that... the rest should go to the estate of the other. If you feel that a the first death some monies should be passed down instead of to the surviving spouse you should stipulate that. ... show more
    I would pass down what ever items are important at the death of one of you... like the bass boat to son # 2 because he's the only one that fishes, things like that... the rest should go to the estate of the other. If you feel that a the first death some monies should be passed down instead of to the surviving spouse you should stipulate that. There are also trusts that can be established to pay the surviving spouse then pass on to the children at the second death. Since you and your husband are amicable it should be simple for you to set up what you both intend.
    17 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 days ago
  • Are you impressed with what is happening to the Bitcoin or do you think that the whole thing could collapse one day and make many bankrupt?

    Meh.... to early to tell, market too corrupt for me to touch (and I say that as a major casino investor). There are other interesting blockchain uses out there outside of currency.
    Meh.... to early to tell, market too corrupt for me to touch (and I say that as a major casino investor). There are other interesting blockchain uses out there outside of currency.
    11 answers · Investing · 4 days ago
  • Is 2018 best for investing a condominium?

    No 2008 was... cha-ching....
    No 2008 was... cha-ching....
    4 answers · Investing · 5 days ago
  • Can my bank a steal my money if I travel out from the United states?

    Casey is partially right, if you are suspected of criminal activities or do business with registered criminals or the government of a sanctioned country the OFAC (not the bank) may freeze your account. Sanctioned countries are: Burma, Côte d'Ivoire, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
    Casey is partially right, if you are suspected of criminal activities or do business with registered criminals or the government of a sanctioned country the OFAC (not the bank) may freeze your account. Sanctioned countries are: Burma, Côte d'Ivoire, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
    18 answers · Personal Finance · 5 days ago
  • Do you think Berkshire Hathaway stock will be as successful and as much of a solid growth choice after Warren Buffet dies?

    Its not as successful as it was now... Buffet has even admitted its too big for him to do the kind of investing that made him famous and generated the huge returns.
    Its not as successful as it was now... Buffet has even admitted its too big for him to do the kind of investing that made him famous and generated the huge returns.
    5 answers · Investing · 6 days ago
  • I made 13$ in the stock market is there a way of getting past buying turbotax premium to report the earnings?

    You need to fill out a schedule D, with one line item its not hard. It when it got pages of line items that turbo tax gets useful.
    You need to fill out a schedule D, with one line item its not hard. It when it got pages of line items that turbo tax gets useful.
    4 answers · Investing · 1 week ago
  • How do get rich as a kid ?

    Sorry son, unless you win the lottery, create the next big thing, or inherit, wealth is BUILT OVER TIME.
    Sorry son, unless you win the lottery, create the next big thing, or inherit, wealth is BUILT OVER TIME.
    6 answers · Investing · 1 week ago
  • IYHO, which market "gurus" have the best record of calling the major turns between bull and bear markets -- AND --?

    Peter Lynch was considered one of the great market gurus. I found a youtube interview with him back in the early 90s and nearly every company he mentioned except Dunkin' Donuts has since gone belly up... including his favorite Fannie Mae which is now defacto seized by the government.
    Peter Lynch was considered one of the great market gurus. I found a youtube interview with him back in the early 90s and nearly every company he mentioned except Dunkin' Donuts has since gone belly up... including his favorite Fannie Mae which is now defacto seized by the government.
    1 answer · Investing · 1 week ago
  • Trump can't even cut a deal with a P0RN STAR so what makes his minions think he can negotiate with China and N. Korea?

    The speech last night by Xi where he buckled I think does nicely....
    The speech last night by Xi where he buckled I think does nicely....
    9 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • PLEASE HELP?

    SCAM
    SCAM
    15 answers · Personal Finance · 3 weeks ago
  • What would you do with a half of a million dollars but you can't invest it anything or buy stock or a house on land?

    Maple tree farm up north, and a tank to drive around and collect the sap with....
    Maple tree farm up north, and a tank to drive around and collect the sap with....
    18 answers · Investing · 3 weeks ago
  • I wish to invest my allowance of 20000 into an isa that pays me mounthy interest?

    To invest in an IRA you need to have EARNED INCOME. To take it out, you need to be over 59 1/2 and it has to be in there at least 5 years.
    To invest in an IRA you need to have EARNED INCOME. To take it out, you need to be over 59 1/2 and it has to be in there at least 5 years.
    6 answers · Investing · 3 weeks ago
  • How do you save money?

    I set goals and created investment or savings funds to meet those goals. Every paycheck I put some money to investments, some to savings, some to debt reduction and a last bit to whichever of the prior three seems most appropriate at that time. SPREADSHEET YOUR FINANCES! Track your assets, your liabilities and calculate your net worth at the end... show more
    I set goals and created investment or savings funds to meet those goals. Every paycheck I put some money to investments, some to savings, some to debt reduction and a last bit to whichever of the prior three seems most appropriate at that time. SPREADSHEET YOUR FINANCES! Track your assets, your liabilities and calculate your net worth at the end of every month. I spun my wheels for decades until I started spreadsheeting all of this and it laser focused me on wealth creation.
    10 answers · Personal Finance · 3 weeks ago