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    Managing Money as a recent college graduate [Ideas Needed]

    Hello guys, I'm a 23 yo software engineer. A recent grad B.Tech in EE. Since due to C0VlD, I'm living at home, I don't have any real expenses other than occasional Amazon stuff. Where can I store my money right now? I need directions in managing money. Right now my salary is just accumulating...
  2. Lizjinx9

    INTRO Shifting focus from stock mkt investing to business

    I’ve wanted to own a business for as long as I can remember. In grade school I wrote a report on entrepreneurship by choice. When I was a kid I was a drummer so naturally my first idea was a music store. I later realized those all died when the online market took over. Since graduating high...
  3. Dunkafelics

    Creating Your Digital Library At A Fraction Of The Price

    It's become a bit of an obsession of mine... I fully understand that there is a possibility that I will never read all the books I have bought. But guess what? They aren't taking up any room in my house and I am buying them at EXTREMELY discounted prices. The answer? Amazon Kindle. I'll...
  4. V

    Getting back on fastlane

    Hi all, I was on Fastlane it feels like a few years ago. I looked around, wasn't sure what to do. Then, I started an investment company, did very well, then my partner had a lot of issues, and we had to close down (he was the trader). Now, I've restarted and reinvested. I've opened up an...
  5. M

    Invested life-savings with an ex-con, now I fear it's a ponzi!

    I want to believe this story is fake. I just can't believe people can be this stupid. Even the commenters are questioning its truthfulness. Are people really this stupid with their money? You invest your life savings with an ex-con convicted of financial fraud and now you're worried about...
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