HELP ME, PLEASE i am in need of money, and have turned to the market

Discussion in 'Trading' started by jack rabid, Sep 7, 2003.

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  1. i am desperately in need of money and have turned to the market as a last ditch effort to make the money i need.

    i know a little bit about trading from reading this and other sites on the internet. i need something surefire. i need you wizards to give me a cant lose stock ! or a cant lose trade.

    i have 50k, and need much more to pay my debts, i haver no other choice at this time. can you HELP ME ??

    seeking HELP,

    jak
     
  2. blb078

    blb078

    if you have no experience and are that desparate, you might as well take the money to a casino, or just give it away, because you will lose it all, you might get luckey on 1 or 2 picks, but from what you had said, you're better off not trading.
     
  3. tampa

    tampa

    ...get in line behind the rest of us.
     
  4. dbphoenix

    dbphoenix

    I can help you. However, it will be necessary for you to sign over all your assets to me so that I can manage them properly.
     
  5. 3dog

    3dog

  6. This needs to progress or it is history.

    Jack I am giving you the benefit of the doubt because of your time here as a member. Perhaps you'd like to elaborate on your trading knowledge, what you want to trade, etc.
     
  7. PetaDollar

    PetaDollar Moderator

    No such thing.
     
  8. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. How much do you owe? What kind of timeframe?
    I would seriously consider a job, any job. This does not sound like risk capital to me.
     
  9. Mvic

    Mvic

    how much do you need to turn this 50K into and how soon?

    Define desperate? Time frame and consequences for not hitting a home run which is what I assume you think you need. Is the local bookie after you or is it Citibank or is it simply a lifestyle change that you want to put off for a while?
     
  10. Not this time Jack! I thought I remembered a similar thread last year. What do you know:

    Lol, I guess things haven't worked out so well. Having read thru a number of your posts since I posted previously, I can't say it's a shocker.

    This thread is closed. The first one is still open. If you actually need help post there.
     
    #10     Sep 7, 2003
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