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France FrenchCS 
is 35k alot on your bank acc if u are 19 ?
2020-06-07 00:37
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#1
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Poland Hanse 
Depends if you live on your own or with parents
2020-06-07 00:38
#2
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France FrenchCS 
with my parents for the moment
2020-06-07 00:38
nah i have 50k and im the poorest of my classmates. i got school in the poorest part of town as well. sad life living in this poverty :(
2020-06-07 00:38
#7
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Macedonia thrash94 
Dinari or euros? xD
2020-06-07 00:39
ojros
2020-06-07 00:39
Get out of Serbia mens, get to a good country and u will have a better life
2020-06-07 00:40
no bro then i'll have 25k
2020-06-07 00:44
#4
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Finland t0ki 
Not rly
2020-06-07 00:39
#5
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Netherlands Bogdanoff 
Nope i earn 32k a month lol
2020-06-07 00:39
#13
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France FrenchCS 
Are you some drug lord or something?
2020-06-07 00:40
Nah, he's a well-known DJ
2020-06-07 00:41
he is a hltv dj
2020-06-07 00:42
#18
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France FrenchCS 
how can I became hltv dj too?
2020-06-07 00:42
play songs for Jonathan E
2020-06-07 00:44
not in Norway, but in France its probably a lot. I am 20 and I have 80K in my bank account, after 1 year of working
2020-06-07 00:40
#9
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Sweden günT 
It's certainly very stoopid having 35k on your bank account no matter the age
2020-06-07 00:40
#15
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Germany GermanEmpire 
+1 rather invest it
2020-06-07 00:40
#19
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France FrenchCS 
why ?
2020-06-07 00:43
#25
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Malta easyBets 
#15
2020-06-07 00:46
#27
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France FrenchCS 
yeah, makes sense
2020-06-07 00:47
#32
stinx | 
Sweden günT 
Money is only valuable for immediate transaction. But this is bait who cars
2020-06-07 00:50
#36
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France FrenchCS 
0/8
2020-06-07 00:51
#10
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Hong Kong Gold907 
Depends on how rich your parents are. My dad for example was gifted the right to build a 2mil+ house for 200k by the government bc of some tradition bs. So 35k on me when Im 19 wont be much
2020-06-07 00:39
#11
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United Kingdom alcazar4 
oooh sorry big man ive got 20k ooooh big man
2020-06-07 00:40
its ok . im 18 and i have like 30k now . had more but used some to buy my first car Jaguar XE ( half - half with my parents )
2020-06-07 00:40
#20
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United Kingdom rationale 
I'm more than twice as old and I have less. Rich European assholes.
2020-06-07 00:43
#21
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Malta easyBets 
had 44k when I was at your age, was living with my parents at the time also.. so I guess it is ok since I am living in Monaco right now, Audi R8 laying in the garage and hired people watering my plants at the backyard
2020-06-07 00:43
#24
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Peru TheJuan 
No, but its a lot if you are 18 year old
2020-06-07 00:44
#26
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France FrenchCS 
I'm still studying, I've only earned like 5-7k on my own with summer jobs
2020-06-07 00:47
#34
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Montenegro SaTrax 
Bro I have 0.42 cents becouse gambling
2020-06-07 00:50
There is a whole lot of bullshit in this thread, lol.
2020-06-07 00:50
#44
stinx | 
Sweden günT 
Name checks out
2020-06-07 00:53
#53
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Malta easyBets 
Name checks out
2020-06-07 01:08
yeah, got about 500k and im 13
2020-06-07 00:51
#41
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France FrenchCS 
nice bait
2020-06-07 00:52
#39
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United States clockworkk 
rich parents?
2020-06-07 00:52
#43
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France FrenchCS 
nah
2020-06-07 00:53
#45
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United States clockworkk 
u haven't spent your pocket money for 10 years or what then
2020-06-07 00:54
its bait
2020-06-07 00:55
#47
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United States clockworkk 
ikr
2020-06-07 00:56
#48
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France FrenchCS 
I don't care about baiting people, just asking for advices
2020-06-07 00:57
u do, because you dont have 35k. If you cared enough you would google the question. Most people dont even have 10k in savings, yet alone a kid at 19. So what do you think 35k @ 19 is? Even though you dont have it, use some common sense.
2020-06-07 00:58
#51
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France FrenchCS 
check mp and get rekt
2020-06-07 01:04
#55
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Malta easyBets 
"Most people dont even have 10k in savings, yet alone a kid at 19." LMAO XD easily most of ppl do, r ya dumb?
2020-06-07 01:12
#58
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France FrenchCS 
It depends if you are living in somalia or in monaco tho
2020-06-07 01:13
#63
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Malta easyBets 
Now that's 100% facts. I like the way you're thinking, sir!
2020-06-07 01:23
cnbc.com/2019/03/11/how-much-money-ameri.. Are you delusional? You're probably a kid who has no idea of how the real world works in regards to money.
2020-06-07 01:29
less than 100 $ on total 3 accounts :) also no home and no car owned by my family thanks parents thanks turkey :)
2020-06-07 01:02
Not a lot, but for sure more than average. Only do not let it just sit there, use it as down payment for a flat or invest in something. Money in the bank is just eaten slowly by inflation.
2020-06-07 01:07
#54
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France FrenchCS 
You're right but I'm afraid to invest
2020-06-07 01:09
#56
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Malta easyBets 
just go all in on tesla man, it's gonna take a huge peak next year.
2020-06-07 01:12
#59
stinx | 
Sweden günT 
Never go all in, especially not if you're a beginner.
2020-06-07 01:17
#61
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Malta easyBets 
Yeah, used it as a saying, my bad. Do not really go ALL IN ALL IN on it, but i suggest to go big on it tho.
2020-06-07 01:22
Only natural - you don't want to lose what you have. Not everything you invest in is equally risky, in general one could say that the greater the risk the greater the possible reward is. What you could is check with your bank if there is perhaps a special savings account you could put the money on, one that does give a little interest and in return you will have to tie your money for maybe sic months or so. Or maybe you can buy government bonds or similar - also not much interest but they should be very safe. Or maybe you could ask your parents - maybe they will have like a car loan you could pay out for them and they will then instead pay you interest instead of some bank.
2020-06-07 01:18
I have about £15000 and i'm 20 (haven't worked for it at all) so I would consider 35k euro to be a lot yes
2020-06-07 01:36
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