Demon Sword Maiden Chapter 57

Boy oh boy, Spiderman: Far From Home is about to come to the big screen next week. I’m so excited to hit the cinema as soon as it comes out.

But then again, I have applied to join a Trader’s Seminar on the day I am supposed to be watching the movie. It’s a 3-hour seminar that teaches you how to do Exchange-Traded Options and makes a profit out of it. I applied for the FREE Seminar because I had thought at the time, ‘If I want to change something, then maybe I should step out of my comfort zone and try something different.’

It was then I saw a sponsored post on Facebook about this FREE Seminar, so I applied to join on impulse. Now that I think about it, I’m full of worries, what if this is a scam? My feelings are fluctuating between positive thinking and negative thinking repeatedly. I mean, if this really works, then I will be able to secure a second source of income. And maybe I could even quit my job if this goes well and make translating into a full-time business rather than a mere hobby.

Of course, I do not plan to invest big capital into this thing, maybe a few hundred at most, and if I can earn from there and slowly make my way up, that’ll be for the best. But then again, you never know what will happen, my mom even told me that someone who used to play with the stock market fell into a huge debt and lost all his properties. Though I feel reassured as my sister told me that as long as I don’t invest in “unlimited stock”, that will never happen and I’ll only lose what I invested…

Anyways, this turned out to be quite a long post, but long story short, I’m going mad here due to all the grieving this FREE seminar is giving me. Oh, and I’m looking forward to Spiderman.

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4 thoughts on “Demon Sword Maiden Chapter 57”

  1. My experience with stocks is:

    I dropped 1k on a company which crashed and their stocks are worth half of what I bought, my parents gave me so much **** when I tried selling them when I’d have earned 400 bucks from them before the crash.

    On the other hand, I spent 300 bucks on some random company’s stocks at the same time, and their value went up almost 6 times and is still rising.

    tl;dr if you don’t take loans or get coerced to throw your life savings into a company, you’ll lose your initial investment tops, usually less since the companies very rarely go under completely (look up Nokia, it’s what I spent the 1k on).

  2. “someone who used to play with the stock market fell into a huge debt and lost all his properties.”

    You could insert just about anything inside the asterisks and the sentence would still hold. There are people who fall into debt after trying to become an entrepreneur, after they gamble, etc etc.
    I’m not too into stocks myself, but as far as I know, only way to go into debt would be to take a loan based on your stocks and the company going bankrupt. Normally buying stocks you can only lose the amount you spent on them, more or less.
    In other words, stocks should be completely safe as long as you don’t go all in and pick lower risk choices.

    If I had the time and chance, I would myself love to go to such a seminar.

    1. well, it is free to listen to the lessons, but if you want to try your hand at the “trading”, of course you’d have to invest something xD

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