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      05-10-2008, 12:42 AM   #23
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I'll be playing earnings via options and that's about it..
Going to transfer a good majority of my account to a forex managed account that should net me 7-10% a month.
Then transferring a bit into a smaller self managed forex account to trade 24/7, whenever I have the time.

I guess you don't know how boring trading stocks is?? -___-
I want a job so that I can meet new people, and have something to do during the day.. Me and my friends usually don't do anything until after 3:00, and I don't feel like sitting around the house all day.

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If you could net 7-10% a month you would have to be a pretty big loser to work at Walmart to meet people.
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      05-13-2008, 10:57 AM   #28
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If you could net 7-10% a month you would have to be a pretty big loser to work at Walmart to meet people.
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I didn't trade from age 13 to 18.. I worked at walmart to make money. My dad also thought that I should get a job to see how shitty it is making $6.25 an hour and working under people so that I would want to go to college.. Rain For Rent last summer was another one of those shitty jobs to motivate me..

Even if I was making 7-10% at the time I would still get a job so that I wouldn't have to take spending money out of my account. Like I said before, working is also something to do during the day while everyone else is at their job or doing something.

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      05-13-2008, 11:05 AM   #29
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I worked at a landscaping nursery for a summer (and on weekends after school). It was an herb nursery - 25 different kinds of thyme, etc, with a retail shop also.

Mostly indoors, low key, a little retail work. Good people, family business. Upscale neighborhood, good tips.
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I worked at a landscaping nursery for a summer (and on weekends after school). It was an herb nursery - 25 different kinds of thyme, etc, with a retail shop also.

Mostly indoors, low key, a little retail work. Good people, family business. Upscale neighborhood, good tips.
That actually sounds pretty fun.. :O
I'll have to see if there are any nice looking nurseries around here.
Well, not exciting or anything, but I think it would be pretty relaxing.

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      05-13-2008, 01:16 PM   #31
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Something to get you outside, with good exercise.

Landscaping.

I did landscape construction for 3 summers, during high school. Paving driveways, flagstone patios, wood and rock retaining walls, new lawns. Worked with friends - drunk every night, hungover every morning. One of my 2 bosses was absolutely manic, crazy stuff, incredible temper.

You'll work with some interesting people. My associates for 2 summers included an ex-con (armed robbery), heroin addict (operated the heavy machinery), and an illiterate alcoholic 42 year old (had his first kid at age 11). Opened my sheltered eyes to the real world, a real motivator. My friends and I actually had a lot of fun working with these guys.

lol. my first job was a construction clean up boy. the ppl i met were local business men and intellectual property lawyers that managed this project as a side business, raking in more than their daytime jobs.
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I didn't trade from age 13 to 18.. I worked at walmart to make money. My dad also thought that I should get a job to see how shitty it is making $6.25 an hour and working under people so that I would want to go to college.. Rain For Rent last summer was another one of those shitty jobs to motivate me..

Even if I was making 7-10% at the time I would still get a job so that I wouldn't have to take spending money out of my account. Like I said before, working is also something to do during the day while everyone else is at their job or doing something.

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Walmart starts the lowest paid employees at $7.50 an hour...

Anyway, I worked construction as well, good people that show you what you don't want to grow up to be. Great inspiration.

Doesn't matter how boring, if you could earn 7-10% you would not need to be working at a job like the ones you are talking about. I am going to go ahead and call bs again on the whole X% crap you were talking.

Hey, there are a few investment firms that would probably just love you to work for their hedge portfolio team...
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      05-13-2008, 02:02 PM   #33
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If I were you I'd think about your future. If you have any idea what it is you want to do long term see if you can do something, anything, in that field or area. It would be great experience for the future and it would reconfirm weather you want to do it or not. Don't just throw away a good summer on an easy job.
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      05-13-2008, 02:21 PM   #34
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Walmart starts the lowest paid employees at $7.50 an hour...

Anyway, I worked construction as well, good people that show you what you don't want to grow up to be. Great inspiration.

Doesn't matter how boring, if you could earn 7-10% you would not need to be working at a job like the ones you are talking about. I am going to go ahead and call bs again on the whole X% crap you were talking.

Hey, there are a few investment firms that would probably just love you to work for their hedge portfolio team...
Buffett said he would be happy to obtain 10% this year with Berkshire Hathaway. Therefore, he would gladly give you millions for making the Berkshire's holdings return 21-30% in three months over the summer.
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Walmart starts the lowest paid employees at $7.50 an hour...

Anyway, I worked construction as well, good people that show you what you don't want to grow up to be. Great inspiration.

Doesn't matter how boring, if you could earn 7-10% you would not need to be working at a job like the ones you are talking about. I am going to go ahead and call bs again on the whole X% crap you were talking.

Hey, there are a few investment firms that would probably just love you to work for their hedge portfolio team...
Pay varies from state to state.. I guess like trading, you have no clue on this subject either.. I still have my stubs that say 6.25.

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