Mandatory vaccination policies

Dilated

Woodpecker
How much do you need to put in to be able to get $100/day? Asking for a friend (for real). A lot of people could live on $100 a day for quite a while.

To really do this right you need a minimum of $400,000 investable assets: $300,000 invested earning static monthly dividends and $100,000 to daytrade with.

Look up CEF’s- dividend funds…specifically corporate bond funds. $300,000 invested at 9% will yield $2,250 gross/mo. Then you can juice your income by taking the $100,000 and buying at small dips then selling for a 1% cap gain.

1% seems small but it’s $1,000 if you have $100,000. And you can do this several times per month if you’re good and you can enter/exit positions quickly. You could realistically do this 3-4 times per month…which is $3,000-$4,000 PLUS the $2,250 from your static dividends. That’s $5,000-$6,000 per month. You could easily live in 90% of the world with that income without working.

You could try doing this with just $100,000 but the risk is you get stuck in a position and can’t sell. You wouldn’t lose money…you just simply earn the monthly dividend ($750). It would be difficult living off $750 most anywhere in the world. Very little margin for error.
 

Forester

Robin
Well friends, my time has finally come.

Here in Canada, Tyrant-Trudeau's latest round of mandatory jab requirements will put myself and many others in the aviation/rail/marine industries, out of a job at the end of this month.

As I consider this, it almost seems surreal, as I've worked hard to build a successful career in my industry for 18 years now, only to face giving it all up over a questionable medical procedure I don't want. However, I will not be threatened, bullied, coerced, or bribed into this.

I despise the immoral and unethical mandates of our current governments, and refuse to give tacit approval to their agendas by caving in and taking the shots. To do otherwise would leave my conscience troubled to no end.

I am trusting the Lord for wisdom and strength going forward as I venture into a new season of life. My faith and hope is in God, not my circumstances (and certainly not my government, hah!).
I would appreciate your prayers as well, as there will be a lot of big decisions to make in light of all this, on top of having to find another way to make a living now.
 

thetruewhitenorth

Sparrow
Orthodox
It's no different to the way the Soviets treated every country that they occupied. In Poland, for example, they executed all who had a high school education, could read and write, and were not directly working for the Soviets.

That would mean at least %70 - %80 percents of the Polish population. You should write science fiction books, you clearly have talant for that.
 
To really do this right you need a minimum of $400,000 investable assets: $300,000 invested earning static monthly dividends and $100,000 to daytrade with.

Look up CEF’s- dividend funds…specifically corporate bond funds. $300,000 invested at 9% will yield $2,250 gross/mo. Then you can juice your income by taking the $100,000 and buying at small dips then selling for a 1% cap gain.

1% seems small but it’s $1,000 if you have $100,000. And you can do this several times per month if you’re good and you can enter/exit positions quickly. You could realistically do this 3-4 times per month…which is $3,000-$4,000 PLUS the $2,250 from your static dividends. That’s $5,000-$6,000 per month. You could easily live in 90% of the world with that income without working.

You could try doing this with just $100,000 but the risk is you get stuck in a position and can’t sell. You wouldn’t lose money…you just simply earn the monthly dividend ($750). It would be difficult living off $750 most anywhere in the world. Very little margin for error.

IMO this is overkill for current market conditions. Definitely smart advice, but the current market is trading like a casino. Anyone can make money and it doesn't take a lot of capital.

Tickers are gaining and losing upwards of 10%, 20%, 30% in a single day. You could easily scalp such tickers on a daily basis and come out with much more than $100/day with $25k, provided you know how to assess option flow, support/resistance levels, MAs, RSI, etc.

I generally don't like holding but if I do hold it's in high growth stocks.. things that I wouldn't mind ending up holding. The worst would be to hold something that's overvalued because of current market conditions, and end up in the middle of a correction.

Scalping (executing a bunch of small trades with tight stop losses) works. Unlimited trades with zero transaction fees (except spread).

I don't think the market will revert back to prepandemic levels anytime soon simply because there's too much money being thrown into it. If it does revert to prepandemic levels, I'd imagine tickers won't move much at all, and that's where your advice shines, because from what I've heard, day trading back then was actually difficult. Wish I had experience on that matter because I'm also curious what it was like, compared to today.
 
That would mean at least %70 - %80 percents of the Polish population. You should write science fiction books, you clearly have talant for that.

Yes, this is fiction. Just fiction:

Of the total killed, about 8,000 were officers imprisoned during the 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland, another 6,000 were police officers, and the remaining 8,000 were Polish intelligentsia the Soviets deemed to be "intelligence agents, gendarmes, landowners, saboteurs, factory owners, lawyers, officials, and priests".

Back to the topic at hand:

I was doing a bit of travel in Germany by rail. I have never seen so many canceled trains due to “Staff Shortage”. The Deutsche Bahn must have some sort of a soft jabbing mandate.
 

Mojambo

Sparrow
Well friends, my time has finally come.

Here in Canada, Tyrant-Trudeau's latest round of mandatory jab requirements will put myself and many others in the aviation/rail/marine industries, out of a job at the end of this month.

As I consider this, it almost seems surreal, as I've worked hard to build a successful career in my industry for 18 years now, only to face giving it all up over a questionable medical procedure I don't want. However, I will not be threatened, bullied, coerced, or bribed into this.

I despise the immoral and unethical mandates of our current governments, and refuse to give tacit approval to their agendas by caving in and taking the shots. To do otherwise would leave my conscience troubled to no end.

I am trusting the Lord for wisdom and strength going forward as I venture into a new season of life. My faith and hope is in God, not my circumstances (and certainly not my government, hah!).
I would appreciate your prayers as well, as there will be a lot of big decisions to make in light of all this, on top of having to find another way to make a living now.

From a fellow Canuck, I too will likely also be on the chopping block end of this week. We're not alone. May God bless you and give you strength in the tough times ahead.

My guess is the next stage of suffering will be when the inevitable economic collapse happens to usher in more Great Reset measures, and the blame will be on us that got laid off for "ruining" the global economy, further stoking division. Integrity and morals will be perceived as stubbornness and selfishness. The misled will be further away from the truth as demonic forces continue to turn the screw.
 

kel

Ostrich
I recommend a $25-30k minimum otherwise you're limited to a few day trades every few business days.

The strategy to make $100 is scalping in my view.. but you could also make it through a typical swing trade.

If you're good though, $5000 is enough.
It's not easy. My point of bringing it up was just if all options are exhausted and you want to earn from home, trading is a great skill to have. And you only get better at it the more you're in it.
1% seems small but it’s $1,000 if you have $100,000. And you can do this several times per month if you’re good and you can enter/exit positions quickly. You could realistically do this 3-4 times per month…which is $3,000-$4,000 PLUS the $2,250 from your static dividends. That’s $5,000-$6,000 per month. You could easily live in 90% of the world with that income without working.

Wish I had someone who was willing to do the work who I could give a seed to and tell him to make it grow and we split the profits 50/50. I don't really have time to do this myself, I can reliably make more money at my day job and stick to investing longer term and the occassional gamble on a tip I get from places like this. I'll run the idea by a few friends who are searching, see if they've got the discipline to do the research, be smart, etc.
 

Robert High Hawk

Kingfisher

Yes, this is fiction. Just fiction:

Of the total killed, about 8,000 were officers imprisoned during the 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland, another 6,000 were police officers, and the remaining 8,000 were Polish intelligentsia the Soviets deemed to be "intelligence agents, gendarmes, landowners, saboteurs, factory owners, lawyers, officials, and priests".

Back to the topic at hand:

I was doing a bit of travel in Germany by rail. I have never seen so many canceled trains due to “Staff Shortage”. The Deutsche Bahn must have some sort of a soft jabbing mandate.
I can confirm that DB has become a sad joke. Not sure why though.
 

Yes, this is fiction. Just fiction:

Of the total killed, about 8,000 were officers imprisoned during the 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland, another 6,000 were police officers, and the remaining 8,000 were Polish intelligentsia the Soviets deemed to be "intelligence agents, gendarmes, landowners, saboteurs, factory owners, lawyers, officials, and priests".
You originally wrote: "In Poland, for example, they executed all who had a high school education, could read and write, and were not directly working for the Soviets." Of course 20,000+ Poles were murdered at Katyń, Ostaszków, Starobielsk, and elsewhere, apparently this is what you were referring to but you didn't mention it. Any reader would assume you were referring to the entire Polish population. Your sloppiness undermined whatever point you were trying to make, try harder.
 

DenizenJane

Woodpecker
If I were in a big unionized job, I would be feeling pretty flush right now.

Granted, there are still many fools who somehow still manage to blow their paychecks, but if you were a frugal saver, and a decade deep or so in a United Whatever Workers, you would be in a better position than 99% of the country. At that point, it would be inconsequential if your union sold their own people out and upholded vuxxine mandates, because that way you know you could avoid all the strike drama- just leave on your own accord.
 

kel

Ostrich
Strength in numbers and even moreso strength in sustained pressure. You don't need, and certainly can't expect, all pilots or anyone else to strike, but even 10% of the (productive) workforce being gone for a month is crippling. All the people who missed flights today get pushed to tomorrow, then tomorrow to the following day, etc. It's chaos.
 

scorpion

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Can we stop with the posts encouraging people to take up day trading? Trading is not a sustainable way to make money in the long run, and is certainly no replacement for a career or even a reliable temporary source of income. It's gambling, despite whatever the huckster websites you're reading say otherwise. You might have good intentions in promoting it, but this advice is much more likely to result in desperate men losing their last dollar rather than actually helping them out financially.

I understand that the economy feels rigged in certain ways, but trading (whether stocks or crypto) is not some magical strategy to wealth that allows you to bypass the system. Although it's unpopular and very out of fashion to say so, the best way to accumulate wealth is to work diligently in a field that is in-demand, and to save and invest your money wisely. These are Biblical concepts as well, Proverbs is littered with verses on this theme. And Christ himself was a carpenter, not a money changer.

Promoting the idea that men are best served by sitting around speculating on the prices of financial instruments instead of doing productive labor of some sort is about the most Jewish thing imaginable, and frankly has no place on a Christian forum.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Strength in numbers and even moreso strength in sustained pressure. You don't need, and certainly can't expect, all pilots or anyone else to strike, but even 10% of the (productive) workforce being gone for a month is crippling. All the people who missed flights today get pushed to tomorrow, then tomorrow to the following day, etc. It's chaos.
Too bad air travel is down from a few years ago...which may actually be a good thing. My guess is that airlines have been bleeding money since Mar 2020. Perhaps this will make them bleed more.
 
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