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What are you investing in?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Jigga-Scrooge, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. Jigga-Scrooge

    Jigga-Scrooge IncGamers Member

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    i got quite a few bonds, stock in krispy kreme and bank of america, and i got 2 $10,000 cds.

    dont know if this is what you mean, but thats what i got.
     
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    Garbad_the_Weak IncGamers Member

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    I'm investing in my education.

    Yeah :(

    Garbad
     
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    DrunkCajun Banned

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    A mortgage on my home (DC area property is a much better investment than any stocks or mutual funds), a bunch of oil stock from two different companies, and half a dozen mutual funds. Good times. I can't complain too loudly about the gas prices, because it keeps making my portfolio look good! :lol:
     
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    Opera Hats, Amalgamated Spats, and Confederated Slave Holdings.
     
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    Necrolestes IncGamers Member

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    Breaking even.

    Lots of American Express shares, savings bonds, and CDs. I don't have enough confidence (nor experience) in the market to invest wisely (I did invest $50 in a tech start-up stock in 1999 and managed to sell off the stock for $80 when I thought it wasn't growing fast enough for my tastes...as it turns out, the stock today would only be worth $100 so I didn't gain or lose out).
     

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