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In 2009, Ivanka Trump claimed that a Toronto Trump property was “virtually sold out.” In reality, fewer than 25 percent of those units had been sold–according to a bankruptcy filing by the property developers. The property was built. Then it went bankrupt. The Trump name was removed from the building. In 2008,... show more

Do you keep foreign currency?

9 answers · 3 days ago
such as euro or japanese yen for saving?

Best way to invest $10,000?

10 answers · 4 days ago

How should I invest my money?

4 answers · 16 hours ago
Im 25 and I have a little over 40k saved up , I want to invest my money but I have no clue what to invest in. Any recommendations? Thank you (:

I keep 4 months worth of salary set aside for an emergency situation. I have heard people say that one should also invest in a certain percentage of precious metals, if only to be prepared for an absolute worst case scenario. Should I keep some silver, gold, or platinum on hand "just in case"?

Should i buy Sears stock?

9 answers · 1 week ago
They are super cheap right now and I hear they might make a comeback

So Tech shares are dropping and the Nasdaq just hit its biggest low this year which isn't ordinary because we're nearing the Holiday season. Are we about to enter a Stock Market Crash?

I am not saying the market is doing bad just to make Trump look bad. I am saying its bad right now so people don't make a mistake of putting their Money into stocks then losing it all. Do you idiots even realize how shitty I would be if I told them to put their money on Stocks I knew they were not going to get... show more

I want to start a trust fund myself that’s available to me when I turn 35, but not before, is this possible? I want it to be like a traditional trust fund that unlocks at an age

Best answer: Sell short. But that high-risk move requires you to correctly predict when the market will fall. Bear markets are always unpredictable (otherwise the market wouldn't have gone up in the first place), and are usually brief (by the time you react, it's mostly over).