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I'm still buying Bitcoin and Ethereum. Guessing there's still a few on here taking advantage of what we all hope is an opportunity?
Any suggestions on others to be considering?



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It's gonna boom with all the new poor...formerly middle class people that Biden is helping to create.

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Originally Posted by jackmountain
I'm still buying Bitcoin and Ethereum. Guessing there's still a few on here taking advantage of what we all hope is an opportunity?
Any suggestions on others to be considering?


I sincerely wish you good fortune.

Not for me.


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Originally Posted by jackmountain
I'm still buying Bitcoin and Ethereum. Guessing there's still a few on here taking advantage of what we all hope is an opportunity?
Any suggestions on others to be considering?

its history has been hugely volatile, so there's a good chance it's just a huge dip, i.e., buying opportunity. Or it could be on its way out. Place your bets.


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It is called "Magic Internet Money" because it makes yours disappear.


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Originally Posted by CashisKing
Originally Posted by jackmountain
I'm still buying Bitcoin and Ethereum. Guessing there's still a few on here taking advantage of what we all hope is an opportunity?
Any suggestions on others to be considering?


I sincerely wish you good fortune.

Not for me.


I'm not swimming in the deep end, still dipping my toes in the shallow end. My appetite for risk is where I've always felt most comfortable, real estate.
Probably wouldn't even be in the stock market if it wasn't for the tax benefits and my wife working for a company that did 2:1 match for about 15 years.
Wise man once told me "forget that paper nonsense, buy a piece of land. If nothing else, it's yours. You can take a piss or plant a potato on it."


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Originally Posted by RockyRaab
It is called "Magic Internet Money" because it makes yours disappear.


Tell that to the guy that bought $3,000 worth of Shibcoin earlier in 2021 and cashed out $3,000,000,000.00 (yes, that's 9 zero's after that three) 11 months later.



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My wife and I don't have alot of money but enough saved up that it is stupid leaving it in the bank collecting basically nothing.

Looking at buying a house across the ally from our house and turning it into a rental.


I'm like you Jack, I want something tangible.

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Probably a good move Sam.


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Originally Posted by jackmountain

Wise man once told me "forget that paper nonsense, buy a piece of land. If nothing else, it's yours. You can take a piss or plant a potato on it."



I like that... never heard it before.

Our Bay property also grows oysters, crabs and fish.


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Originally Posted by SamOlson
My wife and I don't have alot of money but enough saved up that it is stupid leaving it in the bank collecting basically nothing.

Looking at buying a house across the ally from our house and turning it into a rental.


Check references. Wife has a subscription to some background check service and you'd be surprised what comes up sometimes.
And don't get personal with them, they're your tenants not your friends. Remember It's an investment not a charity. Have had to remind the wife a few times.



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Could be smart move for you Sam. Yes, double check references and screen/interview candidates.

Crypto is like any speculative play, don't spend more than you are willing to lose.

Check this out: https://www.slickcharts.com/currency



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Originally Posted by SamOlson
My wife and I don't have alot of money but enough saved up that it is stupid leaving it in the bank collecting basically nothing.

Looking at buying a house across the ally from our house and turning it into a rental.

I'm like you Jack, I want something tangible.


I like the idea of rental... as long as the .GOV in your zone doesn't prohibit the collection of rent in a crisis (like the bologna virus)... I know a few folks that cooked over that past couple of years.

Personally... I buy HARD COMMODITIES and PHYSICALLY HOLD THEM/USE THEM.

I sincerely wish good fortune on any man and his pursuits.

Sam, if we were closer... I would trade to a pallet of Rotilla for a beef... that kinda thing.


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I own a rental. Still trying to decide if it’s worth the trouble. Bought it for 117k, get $900 a month. Pay 1k property tax and $400 insurance. Could sell for 160-170 tomorrow.

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He likes it hard....and he likes to hold them....hehehehehe!

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Originally Posted by Calvin
I own a rental. Still trying to decide if it’s worth the trouble. Bought it for 117k, get $900 a month. Pay 1k property tax and $400 insurance. Could sell for 160-170 tomorrow.


That's how to do it.

The rental game is gayer'n aids.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
He likes it hard....and he likes to hold them....hehehehehe!


No Rotilla 4U!

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