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Thanks to Link I'm officially worth over 1.3m at the age of 27. Why am I so numb to it all? I remember when I broke 600k and I just about busted a nut. When I crossed into 7 digits I hardly even blinked.
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>>20919696
what is your goal money wise? I just want to be able to cash out 1mil after taxes
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because you’re afraid to sell so your gains are actually meaningless
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At least u have us
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Live action role play
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I’m 27 and have about 4K to my name. Trying to get a job and aim to move out by 30.
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>>20919696
Similar thing happened to me end of 2017. Luckily I cashed out half so made more money than I ever imagined by clicking buttons on my laptop at the age of 25. But I get that numb feeling, it's like...using cheat codes in a video game. Fun for a bit but the whole rules of the game are now broken so part of you feels numb. Don't need to study, or work, I look at people slaving away 45 hours a week and I just bought magic internet coins and made what they make in 10 years in 3 months. Just feels weird, but I have traveled a lot now and took up some fun hobbies, so life is great, just feels...off
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paper gains bro it will all vanish in the blink of an eye
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>>20919713
I'm not afraid to sell, I have no need to sell. I could sell and buy some dumb shit or put it in other investments that I think won't do as well, but it doesn't benefit and wouldn't improve my quality of life.

>>20919709
I don't have a goal, maybe that's part of my problem. I wouldn't mind getting some passive income from staking or selling and putting profits into some kind of stocks with dividends.
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>>20919696
because past basic needs you realize it's just numbers on a screen
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>>20919696
larp
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>>20919696
Schizo rabbit hole for you.
https://twitter.com/twentymatches/status/1287633741871898624
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>>20919768
It's because you have seen behind the curtain, that everything is a rat race designed to distract and keep the masses busy - otherwise they'll realise life is meaningless and stop working, thus reverting society back to the caveman era - perhaps even worse so as a majority are lazy.
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>>20919788
yea i kind of get this feeling, like I check my blockfolio and at this point it feels very much like that. Maybe I'm just jaded from holding for so long.
>>20919768
I get this sentiment as well, feels very much like I didn't earn it and the only reason I was able to amass this wealth is from reading a stupid himalayan salt discussion board in late 2017 and buying some internet funny money before others.
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>>20919780
>I don't have a goal, maybe that's part of my problem.
Whatever you do don't make shitty "friends"
I almost lost my life to surrounding myself with horrible people who never gave a shit about me and just wanted to get high and consoom.

Figure out who you are, and make friends in the hobbies that pull you forward.
Don't drink, don't do drugs, don't chase women, don't do lambo fag shit, etc.
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This is for you OP.
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>>20919696
You had to have invested at least 30k to make that much with Link, and nobody who isn't already rich has that kind of money to waste on magic internet coins in their early 20s.
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>>20919900
You're wrong.
t. 19 year old with too much fucking money
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>>20919900
You must either be real lazy or live in a real poor place, anon.
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>>20919696
Because you've realized that you're still just a well-to-do peasant. You can't influence the direction of the world with anything less than a billion.
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>>20919914
How am I wrong? This is your average millennial >>20919739
OP is a trust fund baby so of course he doesn't appreciate what he has earned. Same with you, zoom zoom. How much of your daddy's money did you gamble on Robinhood?
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>>20919835
Thanks for sharing fren this looks interesting.
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>>20919768
You described it the best way possible, it feels exactly like cheating and takes the "fun" away if you keep looking at things on the same lenses as before. Just move your goal post further and get back to it.

>>20919900
nice projecting, I had $80k saved from working at 25 and I lived in a third world country working a shit job.
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>>20919696
Please for the love of god. Sell 10k of your link and buy gold.
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>>20919952
>How much of your daddy's money did you gamble on Robinhood?
$0. I have $40k of the big green weenie's money and have no idea what to do with it.
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Give back op

Fill all our wallets

Its others happiness that truly brings happiness
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>>20919900
well I'm definitely already in a privileged position in life no question, and I have no wife or kids to act as financial burdens so that's a plus in a way. I purchased a ton of LINK in 2018 and have been consistently putting a percentage of every paycheck into it since, though that was pulled back considerably when LINK finally broke that $1.30 range, and even more so in the $4 range. Call me a retard all you want but I've never purchased a linkie that hasn't been good to me.
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>>20919696
Nice story, faggot. Learn to get bigger.
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>>20920019
youre gonna get eaten up soon by people that came up poor
better study up, youre unironically in a worse position than you would be if you came from nothing
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>>20920040
people saying this unironically makes me feel comfy, thanks fren. It's like back in the day in TF2 when people would claim you were hacking cause you were fucking them up so badly.
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>>20919696
nice. when are you gonna sell?
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>>20920040
You own more than the circulating supply, at least make it believable.
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>>20920089
I'm not in any rush, and if staking turns out to be as lucrative as people are hoping then I may never sell all of it, or even the majority of it. This situation very much feels like I'm some dipshit at a horse race that knows nothing about horse racing and somehow picked the winning pony. I'm maybe not giving myself enough credit because when I came to the realization that all other crypto projects directly or indirectly need LINK to work made it a safe horse to back, but the fact that it's paid off like this and I've had to essentially do nothing makes it feel kind of like a hollow victory. Or maybe I'm just being a bitch.
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>>20920103
He's just trying to say I'm larping, and that anyone can write numbers down. I'm obviously not going to prove I have my stack, for obvious reasons. call me a larp idgaf
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>>20919696
Only the poor think about making it all the time.
The virgins think about pussy all the time.
Once you get them. you realize it isn't worth chasing.
Just enjoy the now and do what makes you happy.
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>>20920186
dude. you have the most important and valuable thing now : time. if you lack purpose look for a problem and try to solve it. study in that field if you need to. or just work part time at a hospital i dont know like you can do whatever the FUCKKK you want now
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>>20920186
kek. down below we all feel this way anon. we're all going to make it
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>>20919696
Good job but that kind of money doesn’t get you very far anymore. Not even enough for retirement or to pay off a home and pay property taxes on it for the rest of your life.
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>>20920186

"Imposter Syndrome" is a very real thing in a variety of proffessions
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>>20920186
Imposter syndrome's a bitch. Just keep doing what you like and don't feel obligated to do richfag stuff just because you have the ability to.
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40 year old wageslave here. I hope your not larping for your sake. Be smart with your money's. this is your ticket do not fuck this up
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>>20919780
>I wouldn't mind getting some passive income from staking

If you do anything other than this you're retarded.... this is the best move for sure
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>>20919835
good thread, thats not really schizo
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>>20919709
This is retarded. The tax hit will be insane, plus you know how to generate money with your crypto fund to seed it. Withdraw enough to put a down payment on rental properties, withdraw enough to cover the mortgage monthly, keep building your bank.
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>>20920285
You have no idea what you're talking about. I live in PA. You can get a great house for under 200k far outside a major city, 300k-400k in a nice suburb outside of a major city. Property taxes 2k-4k per year. I could retire off of 1.3m in a second, and I'm only 27. Just don't be a consooooooomer.
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>>20920393
It's different in Mumbai, the real estate prices here are absurd.
For $320-$350k you're looking at a 900 sq.ft shitty apartment house. Pic related.
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You guys are nuts. Feels like cheating? Then you do something else that isn't cheating which gives you satisfaction. You can do this thing a lot because you don't have to spend time making money to eat. Just not empty hobbies. I guess those in the mid 20s now we're raised a decent part of their lives on devices.. a shame. I have over a mil, a third in crypto and passive income to live on. Getting the money was not satisfying. Nor is buying "stuff". You need to work for something to be satisfying.
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>>20920546
And the thing you with for does not have to be money to eat like wage slaves.
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>>20919696
hello zachary
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>>20920186
anon, it seems you don't viscerally understand the value of your situation. you can't force the learning process, but it mostly requires irreplaceable loss and empathizing with the suffering of others. i did not truly understand my abundance until my best friend died a slow, agonizing death from cancer.
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>>20919780
>I don't have a goal, maybe that's part of my problem.
get a plan.
a plan should look something like: (a) secured long term housing (b) X% in tax advantaged retirement fund 401k/ira (c) X% in crypto / shitcoin / gold (d) X% in passive income stream
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>>20920584
>>20920546
This, you have to create to be fulfilled.
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checked

>>20920610
wrong, sorry
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>>20919696
Please sell and invest in something that's not memecoins.
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>>20919696

For me personally it's because I feel I cheated in a way. I am worth 700k now at 25 (europoor), so for my country I am in the 1%, without doing anything. Meanwhile my father busted his ass his whole life and his net worth doesn't even come close. Makes me realize money and capitalism is all a illusion. .
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Got a spare 25 grand for a battler?
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>>20919696
I have a similar issue and got multiple dreams of my death instead after I realized I finally reached my goal of becoming a millionaire.
I originally wanted this money to save myself from my work which was causing me multiple burnouts through the years, but after I changed my mindset for this goal I also solved my problems at work and it's more like a safety net now.

It's funny to think that most people in this world don't know what they really want, and I am still one of them.
If you give someone enough money to retire most of them would go crazy and try to find ways to spend that money as quickly as possible to go back to their slave work.

My current goal is to remember all my childhood dreams and to put some effort into making them a reality, even if I don't need money for most of them.
I am trying to communicate more with my subconscious and ask it for answers and support to decide for my future plans.

Peterson's self authoring program can help you if you don't know who you are and where you are going:
https://www.selfauthoring.com/
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>>20920497
>For $320-$350k you're looking at a 900 sq.ft shitty apartment house. Pic related.
What the fuck?
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Same here worth 2.5mil now, still feel poor.
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>>20919952
I gambled 3k of my daddys money, ended up with ~35k and are still jobless and feel like a failure
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>>20919696
At 27 your life is practically over, and if the money you made from LINK is just a drop in the bucket for you then I suppose you already enjoyed wealth in your youth
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>>20920804
what would you recommend?
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>>20919768
Same here anon. Except I'm 21 and have $400k worth of LINK to my name. I was dumb as fuck putting all my ETH back then into an ICO but thank god it worked out somehow.

I almost feel guilty. I see all my friends going to work, slaving away, complaining they have no time. And I'm just here with more money than they will make in 10 years of slaving away and LINK isn't even done mooning. It's weird.
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>>20920901
why would life be practically over at 27 ?
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>>20919696
LARP
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Same here op worth 3.7mil, still feel poor. Making it is overrated
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>>20920901
>At 27 your life is practically over sure feels like it, though I never said the money I made from LINK is just a drop in the bucket. It's like 90% of the bucket right now lmfaooo
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>>20920841
People are not born equal in their abilities.
Someone who has talent may be able to make something incredible and very valuable in a few days, while a hard working person may spend their whole life without ever reaching his level.
What you experienced is this truth applied to finance.
Your father did not use his strength appropriately and misunderstood the meaning of hard work.
Hard work improves something, but if you improve something with low value you won't get a lot more than this low value out of it.

The most important part of making it is changing your mindset to something completely different from normal people.
You probably don't realize the power this different mindset has on your life and your decisions, but it will have a great impact on your future success.
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Thanks to Link I'm officially worth over 6.9bn at the age of 13. Why am I so numb to it all? I remember when I broke 420k and I just about busted a nut. When I crossed into 9 digits I hardly even blinked.
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>>20920937
At 27 you've got 3 years left to start a family, his/her life isn't over but their freedom is coming to a close

>>20920959
You'll be fine
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>>20920859
>If you give someone enough money to retire most of them would go crazy and try to find ways to spend that money as quickly as possible
the best thing btc is going to bring is deflationary experience back to life. the 10000btc pizza will become a societal realization. people will start to internalize the lesson that 1 btc today is worth 10x next decade
the point on this is this will reconfigure us all - even those of us who have made it. "gold's no good for spending"
learn to live with less. buy and choose carefully. fix things that are broken instead of throwing away. its not about living as a cheapskate and not enjoying life, its about being meaningful and serving your long term interest
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>>20920937
i think he's referring to your youth being almost over, which many people fetishize as being the pinnacle of life or some shit. I get what he's saying to an extent because I stress about entering my 30s while feeling like I haven't had all of the youthful experiences that I would have liked, or at least with the frequency I would have liked. Even though many of those experiences are able to be recreated at another age, it'll never be the same as when you were young. But that kind of thinking is also lame and gay, so I would take it with a grain of salt.
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>>20920978

I appreciate this perspective anon, thank you
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Cash some out you retarded fucks. At least enough to diversify into other assets. You will want to rope yourself if crypto crashes again (It will someday) and you are down hundred thousand dollars or more.

You will be glad you bought property or etfs or anything else in the long run.
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>>20920902
Agricultural land
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>>20919696
Happen to me too Anon. Make a 5 digits number in a few hours and went crazy at the firsts 1000, 2000, 5000... only to feel like I didn't care at all past 10.000.

Well I lost everything anyway later and didn't care either.
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I cashed out about $750,000 in December 2017, also have around $250,000 from other shit.

I still have around 1,500,000 in BTC, ETH, LINK, USDT/USDC.

I did feel meaningless to some extent after cashing out and being out of the rat race, but what I did was to create a threat intel company with a specific niche product I am currently building.

It isn't for the money, the rush of speaking to potential clients and securing a deal is fucking awesome even if the actual profits from them are low.
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You anons with money don't know what to do with it, while I'm without money and know what to do with it. Cunt's fucked.
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>>20919696
its not real money until you cash out thats why you dont feel anything
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>>20920978
and what mindset would that be?
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>>20920978
>The most important part of making it is changing your mindset to something completely different from normal people.
>You probably don't realize the power this different mindset has on your life and your decisions, but it will have a great impact on your future success.
Being an autistic weirdo finally pays off.
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>>20921209
>>20920298
>>20920186
>>20920288
>>20920019
>>20919768
>>20919696
Remember Anons, God gave us this chance for a reason. See webm >>20919892
Praise Jesus and use your gains to bring mankind into a new golden age for Christendom.
Wrestle the control back from (((them))).
Turn your names into legends.
As Rome once fell now does America.
We can become the new feudal elite but we must use our power for God and Goodness.
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>>20921314
The hoarding of money is mans way of refusing to trust God
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>>20919696

>Why am I so numb to it all?

I think I can answer your question and I'm only going to post on this thread once.

I was the chap who back a couple years ago, towards the end of a January, posted on 4chan about being hacked and losing 85,000 Chainlink tokens. I lost all my crypto in that hack along with 5 years of hard work. It's almost hard to put into words how devastating the incident was to me.

What I learned from that experience is the answer to your question: Money is not what really matters in life. It seems like it is important, but really it is not. With or without it, your life is the same. Do not let it control you. Learn to enjoy life, the people around you and the time you spend with them. Do not focus on that which is not important, money.

Good luck Anon
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>>20921273
The short answer would be to embrace your failures, free from your fake ego, and learning to focus on reaching your goals while ignoring the outside noise.
Being the architect of your own life and taking responsibility for your actions.
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>>20921382
Freedom is very important, following orders of other people for your entire life is soul-crushing. Money gives you freedom and like >>20921158 says, gives you the opportunity to invest time into something you actually enjoy
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>>20921382
Money is only a tool which should show how valuable what you produced was to the world and how many people were affected by your work.
It's a good metric for an entrepreneur to see how useful their business is to others, even if it's hard to understand what value cryptocurrencies bring to the world when it seems so virtual.

Money gives you power to change this world and to stop selling your limited time for an unlimited currency.
But it shouldn't dictate your life's meaning.
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>>20921386
ok thanks
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>>20921100
>muh diversification
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>>20921314
>The hoarding of money is mans way of refusing to trust God
Aye
That's why I say use the money for good.
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>>20920863
Just in Mumbai, rest of the country is dirt cheap though.
It's a housing bubble, think Silicon valley or other cities in Cali.
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>>20919696
Bought at $0.40
Sold at $3

Should i get back in lads?

any chance of getting to $10 maybe even $15?
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>>20919696
The journey is more fun than the destination
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>>20921557
I see. Do you plan to move out of India?
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>>20921581
Nah I live in a peaceful residential area.
It's pretty comfy here. Cheap to hire maids to clean the house/wash, cheap electricity, cheap 100 down/30 up internet, subjective but food is great here and cheap to order in.
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>>20921535
Dirty, filthy, thieving newfag.
GET THE ROPE.
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average minds cannot handle financial independence. your kind needs external stimulation, and the structure of being in academia, in the workforce or in some kind of organised group or religion is unironically the best thing if you want to find happiness
we've had this topic endless times but you fags never learn
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>>20919886
>I almost lost my life to surrounding myself with horrible people who never gave a shit about me and just wanted to get high and consoom.
Currently dealing with this. Hard not to feel like your the crazy one. I have to keep reminding myself that I can’t go against my moral purpose. Literature has helped during these times but it gets difficult when you live with them as roomates.
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>>20921430
I get the feeling a lot of you are walmart workers or low skilled labor. I work in tech and have never hated my job. Learning new skills and building things has always been fun for me. If you work a miserable job I can see how wanting to escape and "make it" would be a top priority. The reality is however even if you make a million, after you pay tax you're left with a lot less. 600k isn't enough to make it and with no skills you'll eventually end up back at square one. I saw so many people lose everything the last bull run because they always needed more to "make it" and so they never did.
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>>20921707
so much this. without the external stimulation and recognition, most people will find financial freedom/independence much harder than you'd imagine. when you have to wage, the idea of being able to do whatever you want seems like paradise. but when it's been a reality for a while, and the freedom is no longer a novelty, having to generate your own meaning and purpose in life is no small thing, when nothing matters either way. be careful op. don't get over awed by money & wealth. if you feel nothing now, that's good & hopefully it will stay like that as your stack increases.
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>>20921655
>Dirty, filthy,
Showered yesterday mkey
>thieving
Begging*
>newfag
I got the bright cardano recommendation from this place couple years ago when everything was bulling
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>>20921835
Having 600k to sit on and be able to acquire new skills debt and worry free is a pretty big asset anon.
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>>20919696
Need to use a log scale with personal net worth. Going from $60k to $600k is not the same as going from $600k to $1.3m even though the absolute difference is roughly the same. You need to go from $600k to $6m. First move was from rat race to financial security. Next move is to financial independence forever.
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I so desperately want to be in this position, is now a good time to top up??
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>>20922069
I don't understand, these shit are at sale for over a year and when it's time to take profits for investors why do you normies FOMO in?
LINK is a genuine project, but you do realize we're in huge profits and I wouldn't be surprised if people start taking profits here.
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>>20921025
Thats not how it works for men. Has until 40 honestly and can find a woman in her early 20s to have kids with. I would rather have my kids by 35 so I can still be active with them
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>>20922097
Did you even read what I said?

> Top up

I got a stack , but I was asking is now a good time to buy MORE ? This isn't FOMO

Fuck, like I'll probably buy more anyway but I just wanted to ask a question

fat retard
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>>20922097
They are a necessary part of the ecosystem. Vast majority of people are not capable of independent thought and instead must follow the lead of others, and their compensation should and will reflect that fact.
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I just want to make it so I never have to wage again and can keep making gba rom hacks
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Money is wasted on you lot.

The real reason to why a lot of you feel like this, is because you've conflated money with existential value. Money is nothing more than a tool as a component of civilisation, the more you accrue the more mobility you have within civilisation.

Money reserves = less renting of your existence for income = freedom.

So the real question you should be asking yourself, is why you don't have anything to gravitate towards now that you have the ability to fulfil your existential self? Look at Maslow's hierarchy of needs.

Money cannot mask nor replace self-worth, it only acts as a catalyst at best.

If I had what you had, fuck me. I know what I'd be doing in a heartbeat and I wouldn't be stopping until I was dead. But that's because I know myself; my skill-set, my interests, and ultimately what I perceive to be my own purpose.

Read more, learn more. The more you expose yourself to knowledge, the more likely something will stick. Just don't become a money man where you think making more is the ultimate goal – it's vapid and you might as well be dead because that's not living.
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>>20922136
I have no problem with you buying long term but don't fucking sell when it drops 50%. On the 5-10 year horizon you are fucking early, on the 1 year horizon you are late.
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>>20921382
How did this happen and how can it be avoided? Sucks this happened to you
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>>20922192
Fucking thank you, that's all I wanted to fucking hear
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>>20922186
Based.
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>>20921382
Sounds like a cope
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>>20919696
It's a phase, you're too young to be permanently burnt out.

I'm in my 30's with about 500 dollars to my name. I have a crippled immune system and absolutely no choice but to work during this pandemic. As the new economic reality sets in for everyone else you'll slowly come to realize how fortunate you are.
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need to find something that gives you and your life meaning. money for money's sake is purposeless. put it to use somewhere, somehow, that gives you a reason to get up in the morning.
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>>20922186
im curious
>I know what I'd be doing in a heartbeat and I wouldn't be stopping until I was dead

what drives you anon?
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Thanks to the Jews, I'd gassed 4 million of them by 1945. Why am I so numb to it all? I remember when the camps broke 420k and I just about busted a nut. When I crossed into 6 digits I hardly even blinked.
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>>20920352
Tax is only bad if you held less than 1 year dummy
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are you the rich guy that had 100k link and was buying sushi and everyone here hated you because you had alread /madeit/ by default and everyone here feels like you were in on a secret that only poorfags should have known about?
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>>20922186
/thread
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>>20919696
Then give me 50 link, anon.
Or are you larping?
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>>20919696
I feel happy for you my anon fren,
my luck is not so good,
i bought a scam called Safex at 1200 sat and is now worth 20 sat,
my wife hate me and i think she will leave me soon, i have three kids and they also hate me,
i will probably lose my job because of covid,
and it will be really hard to get another job because i live in a small town one hour from the city,
i also have brain damage because i toke some medication because a condition.
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Very interesting read
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I’m 31, and about -3k to my name. My car is paid off, so I suppose I at least break even. I also have about 400ozt of silver and a gun, so I could be doing much worse.
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>You can not serve both god and money.
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>>20920352
move to a country where you can cash out tax free. in my cucked country even converting from one coin to another is taxed.
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>>20919768
Find an ambition
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>>20919900
In 2017 tons of anon had made respectable amounts from btc and eth without being "rich" and bought link with the money.
I reminder an anon named Jacob got unto his mind to pump link when it was barely 1 dollar, he bought 50 eth worth of linkies (eth was 1k at the time) and pumped the price by 20%
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>>20922502
keked
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>>20922186
>>20922470
seconded
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>>20920902
qqq and tqqq but only a small % every year to avoid tax rape.
Also start a family.
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>>20922186
Let me ask you then.
Why are you poor?

Something tells me it's because you did not go through what we did and still live for your fake social acceptation...
Maslow's pyramid is completely incorrect for someone who went through hell to be reborn as a new person free from his life of indoctrination.

The psychological need for prestige and feeling of accomplishment together with the need for belonging are the strongest forces blocking your way on being a real person free from society's lies.
Only when you give up trying to please everybody will you start to see what you really want.
But this takes a lot of trial and error and experimenting.

Reading a lot is only escapism without a clear goal, and will delay your goal of finding your life's mission.
Knowledge is useless by itself.
Only wisdom has value, and you won't find it in most books.

>>20922259
>>20922863
And to those who think this is right, I suggest them to look at themselves now in the mirror.
They day you will be faced with your own death you will realize how much of a fool you were, and that nothing you thought money would bring you really matters.
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>>20923408
Unless you are willing to never return home and the country you’re moving to will not deliver you back to your home country, it is illegal to move elsewhere without settling that debt first.
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>>20919696
If link crashes and you're back to 600k would you blink?
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>>20924035
There is no "debt" (theft) without a taxable event...
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>>20922186
>cope the post

Typical poor-as-fuck go-getter mindset. Never going to make it
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>>20919696

You’re officially worth a bunch of shitcoins until you sell for BTC dumb fuck
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>>20919835
can confirm, spiritual alignment gives you a big dick
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>>20919696
The thrills is in the pump not the cash out

Buy DMT for the next wild ride

https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?inputCurrency=0xda047c2b6434b99f0977b905d2a584f8796a5013
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>>20920043
Nah. Poor fags are too lazy to do anything significant. Burn down their own cities ffs.
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>>20920186
Raise a family. Promote the immutable goodness of God. This will keep you very busy and satisfied.
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>>20919696
I'm not a millionaire yet, but I'm in buying-a-house territory.

I think I'm getting less elated from my net worth rising than I am from watching other peoples' shitcoins crash and burn. They talk shit about me and my holds, then I get to watch them suffer and cry from getting justed. Maybe I'm in too deep with this shit emotionally.
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>>20924467

The correct attitude to have
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>>20924004
>social acceptation

Stopped reading there
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>>20924467
you sounds quite unpleasant
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>>20924886
Why?
Does it hurt your incorrect beliefs put into you shortly after your birth by your parents and reinforced by almost everyone in society including your friends, teachers, news?

Can you say you are really free if you are unable to read what you think is an uncomfortable truth?
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>>20924004
>Maslow's pyramid is completely incorrect for someone who went through hell to be reborn as a new person free from his life of indoctrination
>The psychological need for prestige and feeling of accomplishment together with the need for belonging are the strongest forces blocking your way on being a real person free from society's lies.
Very few people understand this, even here. You are among the 1% of the 1%, anon. Godspeed.
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>>20924155
>>20924004

Good one. Say that to all of my bank accounts, stocks and shares, crypto and start up investments.

I spent last year semi-retired. I went on a whim to live on an island in SE Asia and then came back when I felt like it.

But yeah, I'm not a millionaire. Equally also not poor although I came from it. I live comfortably enough for now, I'll worry about that shit in my 30's.

I honestly don't understand how you guys have managed to come to your poor takes.

You do realise I'm advocating individualism by gaming a system being played by consensus/Game Theory and not to be tricked by the veneer and status of money while recognising its use when viewed purely as a tool? And you realise I'm advocating learning in order to find something that sticks, because it'll be you that will connect the dots – I'm not advocating dogmatic thinking. Wisdom is knowing you know nothing at all, and the more learn the more you realise you know fuck all and just how insignificant you are to the cosmos...if we wanna go there. I don't actually give a shit what my own parents think about me, why would I care about 'social acceptation'? I'm way past that.

Also can you not read? I don't know what I fucking want? I'm actually doing what I fucking want and I've been doing it since I was 14. I get paid to do what I fucking want with no boss in sight.

Stop projecting, the dissonance of your take is baffling. Do better.
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>>20920019
That's not a plus buddy.

It's time you start plotting a plan with a 20 year horizon. Otherwise, you'll just hang yourself.
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>>20920019
Ok Siebe
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>>20925157
saddling myself with a wife and kids right now sounds fucking awful, thanks for the shit advice anon
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>>20921382
no offense man but you never had any money to begin with so how could you say money doesn't change anything and isn't important? of course it is important and of course it drastically changes things for yourself. I guess you have to cope this hard to not off yourself however.
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>>20919696
thats nothing in todays world
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>>20925120
Your first line completely invalidates the rest of your arguments.
If you were really a free person not focused on pure hedonism (SE Asia...) you would know the amount of money you have in your bank account is meaningless to an awakened person and all your possessions will be worthless once you are dead.

What you are advocating is hedonism, to keep your mind busy and prevent someone from realizing his true calling in life.

It's funny you say you don't care about social acceptation because your first argument was how rich you were:
>Say that to all of my bank accounts, stocks and shares, crypto and start up investments

This is some high level of delusion and cognitive dissonance.
The one projecting may not be the one you think...
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>>20921622
Plus, you can afford indoor plumbing with your crypto gains
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>>20920863

expat money flowing back home + india is coming online

india is new china. iphone now made in india
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>>20925095
Thanks.
I hope I will be able to find more people with this mindset in the future.
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>>20920352
Who cares
It’s free money, just pay your taxes
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Ever wondered why people who are dirt poor who became overnight multi millionaires (hundreds of millions $$) lose it all in less than 5 years? Or they die because they succumb to their vices that they can suddenly afford?

Excess of anything has the habit of being its opposite.
Because deep down you feel that you didn't earn it (i.e cheat code)

Don't worry though, its not your fault.
Society around you trades time for money and value meaningless personal sacrifice over productivity and personal happiness.

I worked as a labourer for 10 years, being together in shit work but in good company among your peers is something you cant really put a price on. But ill tell you, I dont regret my wealth. I dont regret not trading time for money. And its good you have this advantage now rather when youre older and you dont even know who you are and what gets you out of bed.

Sit yourself down. Write what makes you happy, what makes you greatful. Take time to find new passions to put your best work forward. This will keep you in check, mentally and spiritually.
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>>20926134
Based kind philosophical anon with meaningful and wise advice
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>>20926134
succinct summary
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>>20919696
There is a gap between “secure“ and “rich enough that normie rules no longer apply“ where gains are kind of blah. You’re in it. Keep going. You’ll get out eventually.
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>>20922502
Based
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>>20926134
Fucking this, I was with a company for 9 years, left on good terms after being headhunted shortly after being promoted and moved across the country because the offer was just such a stupid amount of money. After about 9 months later and I was gone, a VP of a different region reached out like bruh wtf are you doing, come back, and made me a stupid offer to move across the country again and come back. Best decision I've ever made.
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>>20925120
imagine typeing all of this on a phone. hope this retard gets help.
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if you don't have a goal after "making it" how about a simple one: ENJOY YOURSELF. enjoy your freedom that 99% of the population will never reach. most people don't "earn" shit in their life anyways. there is no reason to guilt trip yourself nothing.
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>>20920285
thats why you take the money and put it in a guranteed thing like a roth ira and work a good fufilling job until youre like 50 or 55. people should work, its healthy for the mind and soul, the difference is between working a real job that fufills you and your skills vs working a shit job like retail or fast food
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So how much would it take for you all to stop working? For me I'd say $750k I'd probably quit my tech job and go teach english in asia or something
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none of you fags have "made it"

"make it" money is at least $5 mil, but more like $10 mil. then you can truly do whatever you want. $1 mil and less and you are simply an accomplished retirement cuck
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>>20919768
You need to remember what you did to get all that money. Sure you just sat there did nothing and held or you pulled your hair out posting pink wojaks every other week risking most likely your life savings on crypto. You maybe autistically researched charts/white papers the space etc.

What you did was still work and only a few people could do this and actually pull out a profit in the , though really the only thing that mattered ever in the end was the buy in and sell prices.
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>>20919847
This is a terrifying and nihilistic thought, I wish I didn't see this
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>this thread
>i have money but no purpose
raise your hand if youre over 30 and have a family
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these threads are so gay, the ones where everyone gives life advice to an obvious bored larper. kys, all
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>>20919768
Find a passion?
Hobbies are good..but you need to find something that drives you. Something you love to do.
I know exactly what I’m going to do if I ‘make it’.
Owning a business since I was 23 in 2013..I’ve ‘made’ $850k. But with very high overhead costs and taxes I have a net worth of somewhere around 200k. I was dumb. Real dumb. Bought shit to fill an empty hole inside of my soul.
When some drank/did drugs or slept around to cope, I’d buy shit. New trucks, cars, guns, an airplane (which I love and don’t regret.) etc
The biggest regret in life I have is not being smarter and investing all the money into crypto during 2017. I remember the night bitcoin blew up. Was working out alone and listening to a podcast. It was only 3 months ago I started into crypto. I’m hoping for Xrp to take off but who knows..
I’m jealous of all you anons in here who have ‘made it’.
Don’t squander the opportunities you have created for yourself away.
Keep improving. Keep investing. Be a leader.
Maybe one day I’ll join you. With any luck.
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>>20927090
hello obvious larper. could you please kys, thanks
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>>20926811
It’s not meaningless anon.
It’s only terrifying and real for people who have no purpose or convictions.
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>>20919696
>Why am I so numb to it all? I remember when I broke 600k and I just about busted a nut. When I crossed into 7 digits I hardly even blinked.
>>20919780
>I don't have a goal
>>20920019
>well I'm definitely already in a privileged position in life no question
You answered your own question. You come from privilege and money (a main goal for most people) has come easy to you. The real goal is finding actual meaning in this life.
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>>20926622
Would take at least 5 mil for me.
I like my job. It also makes big returns some years..
Even ‘making it’ enough to just have to work less and relieve some stress would be fine for me.
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>>20927139
What part is a larp?
I worked 750 hours the last 3 months doing what I do. I’m in crypto now. Because this ‘larp’ is getting a little tiring.
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>>20919835
magic is ironically real. The human mind can exist in a superimposed state and manipulate the surrounding world
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>>20919696
It's because you're not going to sell for a while still
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>>20919696
Do yourself a big favor and cash out 75%, today. Now. Look back Q1 next year and I bet you can buy 3x as much. ...and I bet you won't want to.
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>>20928811
At least sell 20% for something new + way lower cap like DMG.
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>>20927973
Redpill me on this
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>>20919696
>I remember when I broke 600k and I just busted a nut. When I crossed into 7 digits I hardly even blinked

Incredibly based
I hope to reach this mode SOON
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>>20919696
>When I crossed into 7 digits I hardly even blinked.
Yeah cause it's just numbers on a screen...
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>>20927973
david blainz boi
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>>20919865
> feels very much like I didn't earn it and the only reason I was able to amass this wealth is from reading a stupid himalayan salt discussion board in late 2017 and buying some internet funny money before others.

that's the point faggot, you did earn it. you got lucky given that this was based on you browsing 4chan, but how many normies are doing that, and how many people are actually making money on this shithole?

stop discounting yourself, almost no one rich actually 'earned' their wealth
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>>20921382
>With or without it, your life is the same
cope
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>>20919768
Same boat. Just gotta stay humble and send out good vibes into the universe. Take the spiritual pill, you were the chosen one.
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>>20926860
I have biz frens
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>>20919865
I understand. I am going through the same, anon.
It's kind of weird. But at the same time it's kind of nice too. Today I sat in the park just looking at some skateboarders. Not a worry in the world. But can get boring sometimes.
I'm going to start focusing on exercising now. Swimming and surfing. Maybe build a van for surfing trips.

Also, take some lsd and some shrooms. It's pretty cool.
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Threads like these make me wonder how many /biz/ anons have over 100k LINK
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>>20919865
>I get this sentiment as well, feels very much like I didn't earn it and the only reason I was able to amass this wealth is from reading a stupid himalayan salt discussion board in late 2017 and buying some internet funny money before others.
So what. Its not like you made 10 million and are set for life. 1.3 million is just a head start. You will still have to work.
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>>20919952
Plenty of millenials saved up $30k easily by 25. My good friends all bought houses by age 30.
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>>20930578
>>20931821
"earning" money is a sham. Noone earned there money they just found a scam that worked and kept there mouth shut.
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>>20919713
this.

You will have to essentially wait to live your life. Probably a decade or more.
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>>20921314
>a new golden age for Christendom.
fucking christian thinking. its barbaric. rather than getting along you want to kill those that listen to you. no different than muslims. all the Abrahamic religions need to wiped off the face of the planet, but that sounds violent kek but seriously all you faggots are holding humanity back



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