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Just bought a computer, that I plan to put together, from newegg with bitcoin. I thought I would pull out a bit 20k seems so high… If it crashes I’ll still have a computer at least.
Yikes! I thought 1500 for my son’s basketball team was pricey.September 5, 2017 at 5:40 pm MST in reply to: Why families stretch their budgets for high-priced youth sports #63243
If you have time to watch it ESPN’s 30 for 30: Broke is a fascinating glimpse into athletes financial problems. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Elfw0ESih-A
Most people hit the peak earning years later in life and have the wisdom(hopefully) to spend it wisely. Athletes are the opposite, they hit peak earnings when they are young and do some foolish things. I know if I had millions in my early 20’s it probably wouldn’t have ended so well.
I started with circle, which stopped trading USD for btc. I am using coinbase now which is associated with GDAX. No problems with them thus far for me, they have had some questionable outages when prices move fast, but I am not day trading so it doesn’t bother me. I have enjoyed learning about the tech and the gains are fun too…
I have some fun money in btc and eth. Dumb? Probably, but who knows. If it takes off yay, if not no worries. Make sure to secure your coins in a wallet that isn’t on an exchange. Hardware or paper is probably best. I use a Trezor.
Here preschool is for 3 year olds and 4 year olds. Pre K is for kids that aren’t mature enough for kindergarten or for parents red shirting kids. We have sent all our kids to preschool. We are sending our youngest to pre k, she has a summer birthday and would be on the young end of the kindergarten spectrum.
Should have sent him a link to http://www.rosettastone.com/learn-english/ too.
OMG was he Mario Jasso too? lobbing softball questions to himself? He couldn’t even pick a new first name? How many Mario’s are running around out there? Too funny!
In our area the commission is 7%… The agents band together so no one sees fsbo or discount realtors.
I had someone steal my SS# and file taxes last year. As a result we froze our credit and signed up for credit karma for free monitoring. From what I’ve read and understand the monitoring services are fairly worthless. Freezing our credit gives me peace of mind. Stupid scammers…April 7, 2017 at 5:31 am MST in reply to: Is it worth paying for identity theft surveillance? #42729
Might as well jump all in then. I am a state employee so my salary is reported and public. I know people have searched it.
I listened to their pitch and said ‘thanks but no thanks’. I’ll stick with a low fee KISS portfolio. Fees are the one thing you can control.