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  • Go to work - That's all I can tell you
  • -Get a job -Sell something at a pawn shop or at eBay Those are the ways to make money.
  • To make the really big money,it's actually very simple; you have to come up with an idea nobody has come up with before, and every body wants. Then you have to figure out how to get people to pay you for the idea. The most common way to make money is to get someone to pay you to do something for them, usually through an employment arrangement.
  • you could Work,steal,gamble or sell......
  • The basic concept here is having something to offer that others are willing to pay you for. Some people offer material goods, others offer skills or services, still others make investments which means risking a certain amount of money in hopes the outcome will earn a profit instead of a loss, this might include gambling, stocks and bonds, savings accounts, starting a business, or loaning to name a few. There are illegal ways also such as counterfeiting and stealing but I do not recommend that approach. Many people inherit money meaning they basically get free money just for being a relative or good friend. The government makes money at the mints, but that probably won't apply to you.
  • sell things or get a job
  • 01-01-2017 Get a simple job and a cheap pad within walking distance. That is so you don't have to waste your money on transportation. Save half of everything you earn. Yes, half. To start, keep your savings in gold or silver coins which you do not store in anybody else's vault. (IOW hide them at home.) Spend your evenings studying investment books at the public library. When you are smart enough then you can make other investments. If you earn ten bux an hour and save half, in only ten years you will have A HUNDRED THOUSAND BUX not counting interest or capital gains or paper profits: only principle. There is no other plan that will give you a net worth above zero in only ten years. And there is no school that will teach you any such thing. Does this plan work? Andrew Carnegie worked five years, saved his wages, and then put it all into a tech stock: telegraph. You might have heard the name. His hobby was building concert halls and libraries.

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