Banks can gamble your savings again

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:48 pm

asml went up from 67 to 89 this year. i reported about asml in your ipad topic couple of months ago.

making money on the stock exchange is a profession.

of course if you are the average retarded moron down the street you will only loose, cause these people buy when prices are high and step out when prices get low.

lol.

i dont have stocks.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by starving student » Tue Jan 06, 2015 2:16 am

the most important thing is to be more outraged now, the greatness of america was only born 5 minutes before Obama was sworn in and we all know what he did to it.

personally Im going to write elizabeth warrens name on my ballot and vote for her anyway.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by stringtapper » Tue Jan 06, 2015 2:33 am

You gonna ride this lame schtick through 2015 too?
:lol:
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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by eyeknow » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:20 am

derzai wrote:asml went up from 67 to 89 this year. i reported about asml in your ipad topic couple of months ago.

making money on the stock exchange is a profession.

of course if you are the average retarded moron down the street you will only loose, cause these people buy when prices are high and step out when prices get low.

lol.

i dont have stocks.
Y u so mean? I don't play the market because I have no idea what to do. But if I did (like you seem to :lol: ) I'd make some mint. (of course, I don't buy lottery tickets either.....keeps me with more cash)

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:38 am

eyeknow wrote:
derzai wrote:asml went up from 67 to 89 this year. i reported about asml in your ipad topic couple of months ago.

making money on the stock exchange is a profession.

of course if you are the average retarded moron down the street you will only loose, cause these people buy when prices are high and step out when prices get low.

lol.

i dont have stocks.
Y u so mean? I don't play the market because I have no idea what to do. But if I did (like you seem to :lol: ) I'd make some mint. (of course, I don't buy lottery tickets either.....keeps me with more cash)
I'm not mean, i am just stating observational facts. I don't gamble either. I bought two times a ticket in the lottery, one time more than twenty years ago, and last year. Both years i won something. lol. less than i had to pay for, but nevertheless.

I paid 15 euros for a ticket and i won 10. That was the lottery of 10 juli 2014 but i still have to cash it. lol.

It was a reaction to Beats me btw.

The man that brought me up left me with a (small) fortune. So dont worry about me.

Hey, I'm off.

Bye bye.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:41 am

You have to get insight in which compagnies are going to do well, and these stocks you have to buy if you want to make a reasonable profit.

Otherwise you have to invest in a "package" that will give you only a small rendement over a longer period of time.

The asml i reffered to, is a dutch company that make machines to produce the chips that are in your computer, and mine, and everyones.

The signed a huge contract with intell. That is the sort of things you have to know.

And then you can invest.

But you never will be sure.

I remember a guy he used to work in a factory. But he bought lots of stocks of microsoft when microsoft was still very small, in the seventies.

Today this guy drives a jaguar.

One can say he was lucky, but he was correct to buy them at the right time.

Working for a boss will never make you rich, my father used to say.

If you want to make money you will have to trade.

When you enter Amsterdam from the central station and you walk into the direction of the Dam square, halfway at the left there is a 17th century building, with the following text on the front:

(in old dutch)

De cost gaet voor de baet uyt.

It means the costs are before the profits.

VOC wisdom.

Ah yeh when you go left there you will arrive in the red light district.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:51 am

They still didnt delete my account. Will nudge the mod again.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:54 am

never invest in stocks with borrowed money, i remember, and keep still when they shave you.

i dont have stocks, like i told you before.

my idea to make money is to make some real good paintings, and then sell them, in ten or twenty year.

first have to make them.

or write an hit song, and then have twenty plays.

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 9:06 am

here is the amsl post i made in the ipad topic:

viewtopic.php?f=40&t=143172&p=1621365&h ... l#p1621365

was made on september 11.

if you had bought these stocks in sept. you still would have made a good profit.

heres the site of guy that uses to talk in a sunday morning program on dutch tv.

he always makes money, even during a crash.

https://www.beursgenoten.nl/

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Re: Banks can gamble your savings again

Post by derzai » Tue Jan 06, 2015 10:12 am

eyeknow wrote:i'm a ronnie reagan gop boy
and what do you do for a living?

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