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Brazil AintGoingAnywhere 
Do you invest? If so, how do you diversify? When you don't have much you gotta start with stocks, i suppose, but at some point you have enough and you might start needing to protect your assets, so, is real state a safe way to diversify? Bonds? How do you do? PS: nothing against the kids here, but please just answer the ones who actually invest
2020-10-17 20:59
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all in bitcoin. Anything else is stupid, it is denominated in fiat money, all of which dies. stock market priced in gold is down since 1970, bonds will never make you wealthy, gold is good but bitcoin is better. 10x every 4 years. Few understand this
2020-10-17 21:01
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Brazil TiagoQc
the stupidest comment that i ever seen in my ENTIRE life
2020-10-17 21:08
lmao 0 IQ, please don't reply to me ever again
2020-10-17 21:09
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Brazil TiagoQc
i read more than 800 books in my life ... u think u're smart... but trust me ... u aren't ... one more bitcon soy boy on the internet
2020-10-17 21:13
lmao then read the bitcoin standard and maybe you won't be such a blind sheep. Give me a compelling argument against bitcoin or alternatively a compelling argument for fiat money. I am waiting xd
2020-10-17 21:41
Well tbh bitcoin is a pure speculation 'stuff', could give you money or fail you.
2020-10-17 21:42
completely wrong. I'm guessing you don't know what a halving is. Start reading here (9 min read)
2020-10-17 21:43
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Brazil TiagoQc
bitcoin is like stocks.... it's worth it ONLY if u are already rich ... simple
2020-10-17 23:39
???? you know nothing about it
2020-10-17 23:44
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Brazil TiagoQc
no.... u don't know nothing .. if u're trying to get rich ... invest in yourself ... bitcoin will not do that ..... but if u dont wanna listening .. ok .. you'll learn in a hard way ... have a good day
2020-10-18 00:04
stop speaking to me like a literal 12 yr old. lmao
2020-10-18 00:05
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Brazil TiagoQc
i'm not the one that think bitcoin will save my life
2020-10-18 00:06
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Brazil TiagoQc
ok man, maybe in 5 years you will look at this post and see how stupid u were
2020-10-18 00:10
exactly my thoughts about you haha
2020-10-18 18:52
Ukraine Nzr0
what? :D I've put a couple hundred bucks in the summer, made ~25% from just long with a sell-order at 12k. And I'm a dude with a really poor salary.
2020-10-17 23:48
Ukraine Nzr0
you understand that 800 is not that much? Also no1 flexs with the count of books he read. As there is different books. You could have read 15 books in a specific technical field and be a great engineer. Or you could have great 500 books in a specific technical field and be a dumbass. I can read 1-3 books in a week even tho I work 5/2. Or I could be reading a book on c++ (for example) throughout 2-4 months. I remember a interview that I saw with Ph.D in maths that have said that he is reading 1 book for already 5 years as he is trying to process everything and also resolve all the exercises in the book.
2020-10-17 23:46
smart ukraine. nice country famouse for chernobyl,pripyat ferris wheel and lovely women. I admire your country men
2020-10-18 00:05
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Brazil TiagoQc
I read at least 700* about money
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2020-10-17 21:56
+1 Bitcoin is future
2020-10-17 21:10
It's not...
2020-10-18 19:01
just bet everything against mibr ez money
2020-10-17 21:01
Do they still have a team? I aint aware
2020-10-17 21:02
2020-10-17 21:02
Chad billionaire MICHAEL SAYLOR bought 400M usd worth of bitcoin. you kids need to learn
2020-10-17 21:02
Warren buffet the 7th richest man in the world who made his wealth from investing, invested 35 billion usd into apple shares. maybe its better to listen to people who got wealthy in investing
2020-10-17 21:19
he said himself that he doesn't understand the technology. He is a boomer and does not understand it nor need to really. Billionaire michael saylor is a visionary and will be the richest in the world (after satoshi) in the coming years.
2020-10-17 21:43
Your mixing rationality with some passion towards bitcoin, which is a good stragery for failure
2020-10-17 21:44
look at his twitter. he understands it perfectly. There is more to know about the history of money than the technology itself. Weimer hyperinflation will happen to all fiat currencies. 22% of all US dollars were created this year. Let that sink in...
2020-10-17 21:45
you do realise that those apple shares he invested in from 2016 to 2018 have tripled in value right?
2020-10-17 21:56
don't care about short term price trends. Only long term trends matter for a store of value and btc outperforms everything. It is provably scarce. same can't be said for apple
2020-10-17 21:59
Mexico evm
Get a job and save money. Put downpayment on 4 unit property. Live in 1 of the units, rack up easy 3k a month from the others. Save that money. Put downpayment for apartment complex. Receive 20k a month
2020-10-17 21:07
Haha, you clearly have no plan.
2020-10-17 21:08
Mexico evm
I'm already on the 4 unit part so. Making $90k a year in software development. Have $20k in savings just waiting for my opportunity.
2020-10-17 21:10
Good plan. Anything that builds passive income in a relatively secure way is worth doing.
2020-10-17 22:00
Ukraine Hierophant
sticker katowice 2015
2020-10-17 21:20
Well, if you wanna reduce the risk to a minimum and all you want is a stable profit of like 5-12% a year on average, you usually don't keep all the money you have in stocks. First, you should consider buying some gold and maybe silver. Besides that, there are also bonds, commodities, real estate, REITs, crypto and some other clasees, but what you put in your portfolio pretty much depends on your knowledge about each asset class. Bonds are also a good option in the beginning and are relatively safe
2020-10-17 21:42
eh, just shove it in QQQ or SPY or other funds and you'll maintain constant growth(average 6% per year for SPY over 50 years i think, even including all of the big recessions)
2020-10-18 19:06
Sweden crindz
day-trading cryptocurrencies, and making a lot right now.
2020-10-17 21:45
which pairs
2020-10-17 21:46
probably go all in stock. waiting for the panic and lower prices then sell it after 2-3 years. best time to investing in stock. next will be after next 10 years.
2020-10-17 21:51
investing in something like vanguard life strategy diversifies you to the entire world, great way to invest into all continents hassle-free and you can choose different amount of exposure to equities/bonds to fit your risk tolerance, although this will make you like 10% a year which is probably insignificant to you unless you want to wait 50 years, most of the richest laugh at diversification if your wanting to make alot you gotta find the next dominoes stock
2020-10-17 21:52
If u are investing, u need to buy low, sell high, eZ
2020-10-17 21:56
Finland 7ones
Basically yes. But it is newbie mistake to buy stock that is on a steady downhill.
2020-10-18 00:33
Mostly stocks for me, but I have also made sure to make some decent payments on my mortgage. Doing the later is somewhat painful with interest rates being so low as they are, but on the other hand it feels good to secure some of the winnings. As I keep growing my portfolio I wonder if I should convert more stocks into bricks ie. buy something to rent out, or maybe just buy something a lot bigger than I really need and bet on rising prices of housing. For now i am however just making sure my stocks are spread out not only on different companies but also in different sectors ie. tech, medical, transport, energy...
2020-10-17 21:58
yes, or in private equity fund, or shares in real estate like real estate investment trust, it depend of your country regulations and taxes if you are evil you can also look into raw material speculation. yes yes yes okayish but not safe enough to me It all depend of what you mean by "not much". Diversified enough stocks is almost certain to be safe enough if you can immobilize your capital for years, but if you want more safety, then diversifying your type of investment is safer sure. It is more about your mental capacity to resist stress or not than an objective management of risk. Also never ever use leverage investments. Right now, my own invest is something around 30% stocks, 40% real estate (it would be lower it wasn't my initial investment), 30% in private equity funds. For a living I force myself to use only 1/1000 of my total wealth per month.
2020-10-17 22:20
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Finland 7ones
Straight stocks. Different type of ventures (10-12), different timing, different geographic locations. Basic shit. Great profit.
2020-10-18 00:31
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2020-10-18 19:02
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