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  1. ThisIsBananas

    Annoying coworkers

    There are a few elderly people I currently work with. They constantly tell me I don't know how to manage my fucking money because I like to eat out. All of these people are constantly broke, but try to teach me to spend less on lunch to save money. What a bunch of fucking retards. I don't...
  2. TooSmartGuile

    Investment Tips?

    I started investing 4 months ago with 275 in a market share, and all that's happened is I've lost a bit of money but nothing special has happened. Any tips on investing?
  3. Jason

    Crypto Bitcoin Whipsaws Investors as Bubble Shows Signs of Bursting

    Bitcoin whipsawed investors, falling below $8,000 for the first time since November before recovering most of Friday’s losses, as a miserable 2018 continued for cryptocurrencies. Since reaching a record high of $19,511 on Dec. 18 shortly after the introduction of regulated futures contracts in...
  4. ib4

    Crypto A Quick Guide To Investing In Cryptocurrency

    This is a lot of info. I saved off at Part 4 I will continue to write the rest shortly. Disclaimer: We are not responsible for ANYTHING YOU DO in regards to cryptocurrency investments. This is simply an optional guide on how to begin investing into crpytocurrencies. There are many options for...
  5. Jason

    Do you qualify for money in the DRAM $310m settlement?

    You qualify for money if you bought DRAM or products containing DRAM (computers, printers, video game consoles or other electronic devices) between 1998 and 2002. No documentation is required to file a claim. The minimum recovery is $10, while larger purchasers could receive a $1,000 or more...
  6. G

    Headlines ooops! we misplaced $9B USD, sorry but...

    Bremer can't account for $11.6 billion, audit shows The US-led provisional government in charge of Iraq was unable to properly account for nearly $US9billion ($11.6 billion) in Iraqi funds it was charged with safeguarding, a scathing audit report reveals. The Coalition Provisional Authority...