Investing in things you use is a great way to save money and make sure you get the most out of your investments. Whether it’s a car, a house, or a piece of furniture, investing in things you use can help you save money in the long run.
Investing in things you use can help you save money in a few different ways. First, you’ll be able to get more use out of the item. If you buy something that you’ll use often, you’ll be able to get more use out of it than if you bought something that you rarely use. This can help you save money in the long run because you won’t have to buy a new item as often.
Second, investing in things you use can help you save money on maintenance and repairs. If you buy something that you use often, you’ll be able to keep it in good condition and avoid costly repairs. This can help you save money in the long run because you won’t have to pay for expensive repairs.
Finally, investing in things you use can help you save money on taxes. If you buy something that you use often, you may be able to deduct the cost of the item from your taxes. This can help you save money in the long run because you won’t have to pay as much in taxes.
Investing in things you use is a great way to save money and make sure you get the most out of your investments. By investing in things you use, you’ll be able to get more use out of the item, save money on maintenance and repairs, and save money on taxes. So, if you’re looking to save money, investing in things you use is a great way to do it.
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Instructions unclear, invested all funds into Harry Potter Obama Sonic 10 Inu.
Do you think people invest in things they use in the stock market? No, no they don’t
Hookers n blow LETS GO!!!!
There are some exceptions though, I invest in ETH although I don’t use ETH daily, I just see ETH as a platform where other developments can be built on it.
I think it is a pretty solid idea but it does sort of pigeon hole your investments.
I don’t mind having a small amount invested in emerging technology. I don’t use these right now but I hope to one day. Having a small amount invested is a bit of a gamble but also I want to see some of these technologies succeed and become prevalent.
I only use Monero – very practical 😉
So me gambling with doge degenerately IS good 😎
I just sold the Aribitrum air drip, bought Moons, and added to the liquidity pool. Quite the gauntlet but stick with what you’re used to. I like the Moons and have no idea what the Arbitrum coin is going to do
My mate created a video game that HE wanted to play. He then sold said video game and made a bucket load because Lo and behold others want to play it too
True but sometimes marketing trumps quality.
Just look at Beats by Dre or Raycons.
Honestly I’ve used btc to things I don’t trust with my credit card details, and I know how useful it is in places with bad economy it’s the king for a reason.
Just make crypto accepted everywhere and we’ll no longer have this problem ^^
By your philosophy I don’t have to buy any crypto
I don’t invest unless there is a real use case
I dont buy the new Iphone i buy apple stocks
You use stocks or forex? How
How do I invest in porn?
How do I invest in air? Aircoin to the moon?
That’s going to limit a hell of a lot of options
I am using money – so I am investing in crypto
Those are definitely some wise word!
true, I totally trust that Moons and crypto royale Roy are going places
People often forget that a use case can be passive.
Storing value for future consumption is the glue that holds complex civilizations together.
I agree, I have stocks for companies that I use and a business in an industry that 99.5% of people use.
I did the same thing with Square. Bought the device to try, liked it, when they did their IPO I bought at less than $10. It went up to I think around $107. So of course I sold it at $77.
This is the part which you solve by DYOR.
I use moons, so…
This is a decent idea but can easily lead to an unbalanced or lopsided portfolio. Personally, I think you need to diversify outside of things with immediate real world applications too.
Yes. Reddit avatars.
Not sure if investing in escorts and blow is a good idea
Or invest where the money flows..
I just need house money tbh
If I could only invest in things I understand, I’d have to delete the app
Isn’t this basically what Warren buffet does? He doesn’t like crypto because he doesn’t understand it.
BTC – Store of Value; ETH – Collateral for Loans
I can see LINK, ADA, & ATOM being good for collateral for Loans in the future as well
I use Utrust and Binance for payment that’s why I’m Holding both UTK and BNB
So toilet paper? Got it.
A lot of people will probably use Doge.
I never fully agreed with this logic.
I don’t use ANYTHING from Apple, yet i got stocks from it because i know they are a good company and can make me money.
I watch a lot of shark tanks and they often say “i don’t use/eat this, so i’m out”, which always bothered me. If it makes you money, i don’t see a reason why not invest in it.
I’m just a newbie so i’m fully aware my way of thinking might be incorrect.
my criterea is basically only buy crypto on P2P nonkyc services bisq hodlhodl robosats agoradesk localmonero localcoinswap etc.
if an altcoin is only available on a centralized exchange i dont need it in the first place
As others have pointed out, that’s what Warren buffet does
Man, I had the same logic in 2017, bought 50bnb for $12-$15 each. Sold in 2018 when I got bored. Ended up as a wash. It hurts
That’s why avatars are a great pickup. We all use this app, and they’re the only real form of identity expression on the platform. Avatars are going to become even more important as Reddit continues its venture into web3. Take a look at Polygon ID and what it could mean for this platform.
Some rare good advice posted on this sub!
I can’t say that I’ve *used* moons yet..