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  • #16
    I prefer to invest. I believe that money should make money. I know that I'm not very good at business, but my brother knows how to run a business and does it well. I invested in his firm. We have a landscape office. I deal only with advertising and communication with suppliers. For example, I find here https://bizlist.nz/ a firm that grows pines or fruit trees for a garden. I advertise on the Internet about our services. To all the rest the brother is engaged.

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    • #17
      I believe that saving money makes sense only for buying something in the near future. Money very quickly depreciates. Now there are many profitable projects in which you can invest your money and get a good profit. But, unfortunately, there are also many scammers. Before you give your money to strangers, read news about this industry, read reviews on the Internet of the company, you can also check the legality of the company on the Internet, for example here https://datapo.com/en/ . This will help you avoid scammers and reduce the risk of losing money.
      Last edited by lankara; 01-30-2018, 01:08 PM.

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      • #18

        As for me -investing, of course! Investing in yourself, in your children. I think this is the main rule of business... By the way, who can recommend business forums or sites about this topic in your country? I mean places
        where people can exchange ideas and share their thoughts.
        Last edited by un1ver5a1; 01-26-2018, 11:51 AM.

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        • #19
          Why not both? Saving is for emergency thing, and investment for the future. But people nowadays like to invest in cryptocurrency.. but you just need to be careful for that. Maybe some people trying to scam you.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Suna123 View Post

            hahaha that is a tough one probably especially for a Russian. I have heard their women exchange tips in women's-magazines how to make their lovers buy them more gifts *g*. So, he better invests some money in those things or will stay alone.
            Nooo, investment is just a matter of scale. This is how it works in Russia. Get Oil & Gas conglomerates to invest in Siberia to save yourselves the hassle. But don't provide any infrastructure. After 5 years, kick the foreigners out, because they haven't produced anything. THEN get Gazprom to PUT-IN the connecting pipes. Bingo!

            Ergo: as Oliver Stone discovered, nothing works without PUTIN's say-so.
            https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...one-for-a-ride
            Last edited by look4swissmiss; 02-05-2018, 01:40 PM.

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            • #21
              Focus on paying off any debt that you may have accumulated. After that then you can save enough money to cover all living expenses for a minimum of 6 months, plus possible emergency expenses. Before those two requirements are satisfied, I would not advise investing even 1 penny of your money. Also, I am not a professional and this advice is to be taken only at your own risk.

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              • #22

                interpals gestapo just said i have 24 hours to change my name or be banned

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                • #23
                  Invest if you have dispensible money and save if you are trying to prepare for immediate goals.

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                  • #24
                    I don't know about you but I'd really like to visit blockchain conference London in summer. I think it's a good way to learn new things about blockchain technologies. I mean, those speakers definitely know more about this field of knowledge than random guys on Youtube, right? So, as they say - knowledge is power.

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                    • #25
                      Saving always come first,investing is something you do when you have a solid financial condition

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                      • #26
                        Bitcoin is a crypto currency, which recently is not very predictable, it grows 5 times a year, then it falls by 3 times in one day. Maybe it's worth investing some of your money in less popular cryptocoins, whose price is less than $1 ( https://www.crosslytics.com/penny-cryptocurrencies/ )

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                        • #27
                          It usually falls after tradional New Year and Chisene. And it is true for last 3 years, as we could see on trade market history

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                          • #28
                            Without doubt, it is necessary to invest. Especially, amid the rise of the topic of crypto currency now.
                            Last edited by Oscar_Jacobson; 07-11-2018, 01:32 PM.

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                            • #29
                              First of all, it depends on the nature of the individual who will dispose of his funds in terms of assessing rational risks. Someone estimates their income and decides to save up to a certain age, while others are ready to invest. I'm looking for additional ways as a non-permanent plus to my salary. By the way, I recently found a method with crypto-currencies, which represents a sequence of actions for the sale of Bitcoin on the site https://coinsgive.com/ (you must use code c869bcb6 to registrate), which buys at an order of magnitude higher than the average. It's simple - you buy currency for coins.ph with your GCash purse, then sell on the above resource and withdraw your cash on Paypal. It turns out good earnings, especially if you re-do it.
                              Last edited by Richard_Kogan; 07-12-2018, 02:04 PM.

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                              • #30
                                I think investing now has become way too risky and I've been in saving mode as soon as I failed to understand new tricks and turns of markets.
                                I used to encourage my kids to invest but now I tell them it's not worth the risk and effort. Even saving does not earn much so it's more about choosing the right moment to buy property and make sure it will be useful instead of how much it might earn if sold.

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