The Finance Thread

Jetflag

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What I do have remains fairly stable in terms of worth, so it isn't at all bitcoin levels. I don't have all that much in terms of precious metals bth, The majority of my personal savings/investments are in multible real-estate objects including my own house. As an architect i'm in that branch anyhow so it seemed like a good combo. The place me and the misses currently own actually has a morgage payoff which is less then the rent you would pay for a 40m2 student flat in the Netherlands.
 

dmgtz96

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Welp, the fed just raised interest rates by 0.75% again. People will finance less homes and cars, or just won't consider financing large purchases at all.
 

Progrez

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Wow your interest rates are at 4% that's crazy. At least it's not as bad as it was back in the 80's and 90's where it shot up to 17% here in Australia.

I lost $250,000 (which was my life savings) in Cryptocurrency a few years ago that's why I don't trade it in anymore and brokerage company was dodgy as well.
Strange thing was I did diversify my options and I still lost all of it.
 
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I'mpossible

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Can anyone know the best way to cash out all money from credit card (stolen)? Then withdraw money safe?
 

Dadrgan

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What I do have remains fairly stable in terms of worth, so it isn't at all bitcoin levels. I don't have all that much in terms of precious metals bth, The majority of my personal savings/investments are in multible real-estate objects including my own house. As an architect i'm in that branch anyhow so it seemed like a good combo. The place me and the misses currently own actually has a morgage payoff which is less then the rent you would pay for a 40m2 student flat in the Netherlands.

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miafricker

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Wow your interest rates are at 4% that's crazy. At least it's not as bad as it was back in the 80's and 90's where it shot up to 17% here in Australia.

I lost $250,000 (which was my life savings) in Cryptocurrency a few years ago that's why I don't trade it in anymore and brokerage company was dodgy as well.
Strange thing was I did diversify my options and I still lost all of it.
What did you invest in?
I had Luna only, we all know what happened to it... Next time i will be more selective and maybe even ask fr a professional help, just to be sure. Was reading Amscot Financial reviews the other day and think that these guys might have some valuable advices when it comes to investing.
 
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Progrez

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What did you invest in?
I had Luna only, we all know what happened to it...
It was with various companies but it was through IG markets they are so dodgy. But out of the blue they stole everything I had. I've recovered about 1% of how much I lost.