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Old 29-11-2021, 10:59 PM
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Last year made $2mil. This year lost $600k. Such is the life of professional trader. Sad...
What do u do? crypto?

honestly crypto is the easiest to make money lol look at ethereum

for the past month or so I have been buying when it dips around 4k USD then sell at 4.3k... did this from 10k SGD to 280+k in 3 weeks.. wtf blows my mind how is this garbage even legal

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Old 30-11-2021, 11:36 AM
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26F here. Drawing 5 digits per month from my onlyFans hehe <3

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What do u do? crypto?

honestly crypto is the easiest to make money lol look at ethereum

for the past month or so I have been buying when it dips around 4k USD then sell at 4.3k... did this from 10k SGD to 280+k in 3 weeks.. wtf blows my mind how is this garbage even legal
which platform you use? trading fees are tough no?

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Old 30-11-2021, 04:22 PM
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Iím thinking about this too. My condo is paid up and is worth $1.1 mil. If I sell and then buy a $500k HDB flat, I get $600k. Our CPF OA and cash combined is about $300k. So $900k should be enough to last us for 10 years from 55 to 65.
You can get a $300k flat so that you have more cash to spend. Enjoy your retirement!
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Old 30-11-2021, 07:22 PM
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You can get a $300k flat so that you have more cash to spend. Enjoy your retirement!
100k my annual salary package. Is it too low or reasonable?
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100k my annual salary package. Is it too low or reasonable?
Too low, next.
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Old 03-12-2021, 12:07 PM
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Too low, next.
32 yo, family with 2 kids,

base sal: 170k+
bonus: 30k

good, fair, low or very good ?
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32 yo, family with 2 kids,

base sal: 170k+
bonus: 30k

good, fair, low or very good ?
too low, next.
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32 yo, family with 2 kids,

base sal: 170k+
bonus: 30k

good, fair, low or very good ?
Thatís pretty low. Iím a software engineer, 35 yrs drawing around 200k pa with additional stock options per year.
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Thatís pretty low. Iím a software engineer, 35 yrs drawing around 200k pa with additional stock options per year.
Thatís quite low, Iím 30 and in finance at 300k+
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