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Most of these points are relatable
My resolution this year is still the same as last year... 2256x1504 pixels
the fact that you did the recap for last year puts it way above any other resolution.
i'm not sure i could achieve that level of consistency
wowotek59264yhello root <3
nedjima5244y++ for 5/7 reference. perfect 5/7
Condor340394y> replace Debian with something else
But why 😢
📍 📍📍📍 because i am also suffering from your #6 from 2019 and will be reading that book later
@StopWastingTime It definitely helped. I listened to the Librivox recording while driving to work, though many of the readers were dreadful so I really can't recommend it.
Here's my next few books on that same topic (physical this time):
* Words that Work
* How to Win Friends and Influence People
* The Yes Factor
* Why Men Love Bitches
Invest? How do you invest your income?
@moqs Varies by the investment.
In crypto I can make a few % a day.
In stocks, a few % a week.
In forex, a few % a week is trivial as it's super predictable.
In REITs, the ROI is much lower, but it's zero effort and almost zero risk.
Obv these are averages; sometimes I make nothing, sometimes I make ridiculous returns.
For crypto which exchange do you suggest? Do you do margin trading? if so that requires a lot of time and has a big risk.
For stocks do you use a different exchange?
Do you buy assets randomly or do you do any investigation before?
From your turn you buy other assets?
I am sorry for the questions and thanks for your patience!
@moqs Since I live int he US, unfortunately I can't use Binance anymore, but need to use Binance-US which has far far far fewer pairs :<
To answer the rest of your questions: technical analysis. I study the charts and see which ones look promising, draw some lines, and make a plan for the trade. If the pair continues doing what I expect, I'll enter the trade and follow my plan and general rules.
Also, I don't do margin trading. Too high of risk, especially considering the exchanges intentionally and regularly liquidate margin traders.
Also: yes, I always reinvest the profits from trading. To do anything else is, frankly, stupid.