Linked by Howard Fosdick on Thu 24th Nov 2011 00:04 UTC
Editorial My previous article described how you can use your tech knowledge to profit from the stock market -- if you combine it with financial analysis and careful research. This article analyzes several tech stocks. The goal is to start a useful discussion. What is your opinion of these companies? Even if you don't invest, this matters if you are in employed in IT. You're betting your career on the companies in whose products you specialize! You don't want to pick losers.
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RE: Make money by work.
by edogawaconan on Thu 24th Nov 2011 14:08 UTC in reply to "Make money by work."
edogawaconan
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2006-10-10

You want a good return on investment? Then work hard. Invest the money you earned (earning means you worked for it) in a good house, a good car or a good bicycle or something useful. That is what real life is about guys.

Apart of house and gold, most things actually decrease in value over time, don't they?

Edited 2011-11-24 14:09 UTC

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RE[2]: Make money by work.
by testman on Thu 24th Nov 2011 23:13 in reply to "RE: Make money by work."
testman Member since:
2007-10-15

Apart of house and gold, most things actually decrease in value over time, don't they?

In Australia even housing is dropping.

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RE[2]: Make money by work.
by spiderman on Fri 25th Nov 2011 07:13 in reply to "RE: Make money by work."
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2008-10-23

Gold has zero value until you use it to do something useful, housing has no value until someone use it to actually house himself and Money has no value until you spend it to buy something useful. The money you earn has a lot more value than the money you win or steal. You may buy less things with only the money you have earned but those things have more value because they will make you happier and they don't taint your soul.

Edited 2011-11-25 07:14 UTC

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