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Susan asks…

Depressing and Confusing Ex-Girlfriend Problem! Please Help Me!?

Hi guys I know this is pretty long but please help me out if you can find it in your heart to aid a really down college student.

I will choose a best answer and dish out points whenever possible

Alright so basically, my ex-girlfriend and I broke up like 3 months ago because she said that she needed time to “grow up”. Basically, we decided to still be friends because we really still like each other and get along great. However, I am still very much in love with her.

The problem is that lately I’ve been feeling really down around my ex and kind of jealous and I don’t know why. She’s basically perfect at everything. She’s very attractive because a lot of guys flirt with her, wears size 00 pants, exercises constantly, her parents are wealthier than mine as she lives in a half a million dollar house and her dad retired at the age of 48, she always gets whatever she wants (material-wise) i.e. she has two pairs of Uggs, wears all Abercrombie clothing, gets the newest iPod every year, breaks her cell phone at least 3 times a year, has two pairs of Sperry type shoes, and gets Tiffany and Co. jewelry costing around $175 once a year (She gets all this stuff usually for Christmas or just because presents but she always gets whats on her list of wants), she makes friends easily, has time to join lots of clubs in college, works as a store model for Abercrombie and has a higher GPA than me while majoring in journalism, and sometimes I feel like she has all of God’s blessing even though she is extremely atheist.

However, I am the complete opposite as I always work for what I get. I’m in one of the top 10 business schools in the nation but struggle to maintain a 3.0 GPA and spend most of my time studying, I haven’t met very many people in college because I’m trying to save money by living at home with my parents (my ex lives in the dorms which her parents pay for even though her parents live 2 blocks away from campus), I spend all my free time at home, I don’t find myself as attractive because I’ve only worked for American Eagle and I am Asian, my parents want me to earn things so I have to work to pay for my clothes, cell phone, car repairs and other stuff I want unlike my ex.

I just feel crappy to the point that I’ve been unmotivated to study and I want to sleep all day. I’ve stopped going to the gym and I have been wallowing in my own self-pity, I’m always wishing that my parents were a lot richer because my ex gets to finish college at her own pace while I’m pressured to finish in 4 while her parents can also afford to let her take summer classes not only at where we go to school but to other colleges such as New York University and/or Chicago to make her workload easier while I don’t have that luxury.

The only thing I feel like I have an advantage over her is that I know how to invest and save my money better than her because she can’t save her own money at all. She doesn’t even know how the basic definition of a stock or how a credit and debit card work. I am very ambitious and always look for ways to make extra money through investing and saving but I always still feel down because I know that she’ll still get ahead of me in the future because her father is already investing money for her for her retirement in the thousands already.

Despite all this I feel like God’s let me down. Why does he bless people that don’t believe in him? Should I stay away from my ex even though I still love her? She is white and we’ve known each other for 4 years and dated each other for 2 and a half years. Can a relationship with 2 different people like this work out again? Why do I feel this way? I get really jealous because no girls flirt with me at college compared to guys hitting on her. What should I do? Am I even in her league at all?

John answers:

Why does he bless people that don’t believe in him?
What the French Toast is wrong with you, you are in no position to question God and what he does in ones life

Should I stay away from my ex even though I still love her?
Yes you should because you have lots of things to sort out in your head

Can a relationship with 2 different people like this work out again?
What does race or color matter. You seem very immature. Maybe that is why the relationship will fail.

Why do I feel this way?
Maybe you should consult a licensed therapist to help you sort out serious issues in your life

I get really jealous because no girls flirt with me at college compared to guys hitting on her. What should I do?
Seek a support group or seek a therapist

Am I even in her league at all?
Is she a super life form?!? What does that question even mean. You need self esteem and should try and figure out why you do not have it

Paul asks…

Need Help Understanding Ex-Girlfriend! Please Help! Confused!?

Hi guys I know this is pretty long but please help me out if you can find it in your heart to aid a really down college student.

I will choose a best answer and dish out points whenever possible

Alright so basically, my ex-girlfriend and I broke up like 3 months ago because she said that she needed time to “grow up”. Basically, we decided to still be friends because we really still like each other and get along great. However, I am still very much in love with her.

The problem is that lately I’ve been feeling really down around my ex and kind of jealous and I don’t know why. She’s basically perfect at everything. She’s very attractive because a lot of guys flirt with her, wears size 00 pants, exercises constantly, her parents are wealthier than mine as she lives in a half a million dollar house and her dad retired at the age of 48, she always gets whatever she wants (material-wise) i.e. she has two pairs of Uggs, wears all Abercrombie clothing, gets the newest iPod every year, breaks her cell phone at least 3 times a year, has two pairs of Sperry type shoes, and gets Tiffany and Co. jewelry costing around $175 once a year (She gets all this stuff usually for Christmas or just because presents but she always gets whats on her list of wants), she makes friends easily, has time to join lots of clubs in college, works as a store model for Abercrombie and has a higher GPA than me while majoring in journalism, and sometimes I feel like she has all of God’s blessing even though she is extremely atheist.

However, I am the complete opposite as I always work for what I get. I’m in one of the top 10 business schools in the nation but struggle to maintain a 3.0 GPA and spend most of my time studying, I haven’t met very many people in college because I’m trying to save money by living at home with my parents (my ex lives in the dorms which her parents pay for even though her parents live 2 blocks away from campus), I spend all my free time at home, I don’t find myself as attractive because I’ve only worked for American Eagle and I am Asian, my parents want me to earn things so I have to work to pay for my clothes, cell phone, car repairs and other stuff I want unlike my ex.

I just feel crappy to the point that I’ve been unmotivated to study and I want to sleep all day. I’ve stopped going to the gym and I have been wallowing in my own self-pity, I’m always wishing that my parents were a lot richer because my ex gets to finish college at her own pace while I’m pressured to finish in 4 while her parents can also afford to let her take summer classes not only at where we go to school but to other colleges such as New York University and/or Chicago to make her workload easier while I don’t have that luxury. She also got a chance to study abroad twice.

The only thing I feel like I have an advantage over her is that I know how to invest and save my money better than her because she can’t save her own money at all. She doesn’t even know how the basic definition of a stock or how a credit and debit card work. I am very ambitious and always look for ways to make extra money through investing and saving but I always still feel down because I know that she’ll still get ahead of me in the future because her father is already investing money for her for her retirement in the thousands already.

Not only does she get all that stuff but her little sister and her brother get all the stuff they want to. Her sister basically gets everything my ex does like a new iPod at the same time my ex does and wears Abercrombie only also. However, if she doesn’t get her way at all, she always throws a fit (I’ve been there to witness it) until she gets her way. I don’t understand how she gets all this stuff either. Is it possible to get a life like this when her dad worked as an engineer for GM for 20 years and is now retired and her mom is a territorial manager for Johnson and Johnson?

Despite all this I feel like God’s let me down. Why does he bless people that don’t believe in him? Should I stay away from my ex even though I still love her? She is white and we’ve known each other for 4 years and dated each other for 2 and a half years. Can a relationship with 2 different people like this work out again? Why do I feel this way? I get really jealous because no girls flirt with me at college compared to guys hitting on her. What should I do? Am I even in her league at all?

John answers:

Stop comparing yourself and your life to hers. She gets everything handed to her–you work for what you have, and your parents have instilled you with a work ethic. Though you still care for your ex, and though she may be a fine person, it could be time to move on to someone who shares your views, and who does not make you feel out of your league. This whole issue is dragging you down and depressing you to the point where your marks and your health (physical and mental) is suffering. It’s time for a change. Get rid of that burden that really isn’t yours to carry.

Laura asks…

Please Help! Really Desperate for Advice about Ex! Need all Help!!!?

Hi guys I know this is pretty long but please help me out if you can find it in your heart to aid a really down college student.

I will choose a best answer and dish out points whenever possible

Alright so basically, my ex-girlfriend and I broke up like 3 months ago because she said that she needed time to “grow up”. Basically, we decided to still be friends because we really still like each other and get along great. However, I am still very much in love with her.

The problem is that lately I’ve been feeling really down around my ex and kind of jealous and I don’t know why. She’s basically perfect at everything. She’s very attractive because a lot of guys flirt with her, wears size 00 pants, exercises constantly, her parents are wealthier than mine as she lives in a half a million dollar house and her dad retired at the age of 48, she always gets whatever she wants (material-wise) i.e. she has two pairs of Uggs, wears all Abercrombie clothing, gets the newest iPod every year, breaks her cell phone at least 3 times a year, has two pairs of Sperry type shoes, and gets Tiffany and Co. jewelry costing around $175 once a year (She gets all this stuff usually for Christmas or just because presents but she always gets whats on her list of wants), she makes friends easily, has time to join lots of clubs in college, works as a store model for Abercrombie and has a higher GPA than me while majoring in journalism, and sometimes I feel like she has all of God’s blessing even though she is extremely atheist.

However, I am the complete opposite as I always work for what I get. I’m in one of the top 10 business schools in the nation but struggle to maintain a 3.0 GPA and spend most of my time studying, I haven’t met very many people in college because I’m trying to save money by living at home with my parents (my ex lives in the dorms which her parents pay for even though her parents live 2 blocks away from campus), I spend all my free time at home, I don’t find myself as attractive because I’ve only worked for American Eagle and I am Asian, my parents want me to earn things so I have to work to pay for my clothes, cell phone, car repairs and other stuff I want unlike my ex.

I just feel crappy to the point that I’ve been unmotivated to study and I want to sleep all day. I’ve stopped going to the gym and I have been wallowing in my own self-pity, I’m always wishing that my parents were a lot richer because my ex gets to finish college at her own pace while I’m pressured to finish in 4 while her parents can also afford to let her take summer classes not only at where we go to school but to other colleges such as New York University and/or Chicago to make her workload easier while I don’t have that luxury. She also got a chance to study abroad twice.

The only thing I feel like I have an advantage over her is that I know how to invest and save my money better than her because she can’t save her own money at all. She doesn’t even know how the basic definition of a stock or how a credit and debit card work. I am very ambitious and always look for ways to make extra money through investing and saving but I always still feel down because I know that she’ll still get ahead of me in the future because her father is already investing money for her for her retirement in the thousands already.

Not only does she get all that stuff but her little sister and her brother get all the stuff they want to. Her sister basically gets everything my ex does like a new iPod at the same time my ex does and wears Abercrombie only also. However, if she doesn’t get her way at all, she always throws a fit (I’ve been there to witness it) until she gets her way. I don’t understand how she gets all this stuff either. Is it possible to get a life like this when her dad worked as an engineer for GM for 20 years and is now retired and her mom is a territorial manager for Johnson and Johnson?

Despite all this I feel like God’s let me down. Why does he bless people that don’t believe in him? Should I stay away from my ex even though I still love her? She is white and we’ve known each other for 4 years and dated each other for 2 and a half years. Can a relationship with 2 different people like this work out again? Why do I feel this way? I get really jealous because no girls flirt with me at college compared to guys hitting on her. What should I do? Am I even in her league at all?

John answers:

What you have to do is stop thinking about her so much and focus on yourself. You could have anything you want you just have to put your energy into focusing on yourself. She is not thinking about you, she’s thinking about herself and you should do the same. I know what it is to care about someone and they don’t care about you, but you need to convince yourself that you are the most important person in your life right now.You waste too many brain cells on things that are meaningless. Grow up and stop thinking about cell phones and bull****. You have an opportunity to be successful and you are going to piss your life away because of some spoiled bitch. You have to be selfish sometimes, and God has nothing to do with it, some people are just lucky. Be strong and concentrate on your studies and stop wasting your life on that bitch. Only the strong survive.

Helen asks…

Stock Market Pie? Does one person essentially have to lose money for another to make money?

Do people need to lose money in order for others to make money within the stock market, whether it be within one corporation or the entire stock market? I know in some cases the pie analogy is not relevent like for instance when a company profits off a product and they make more money and so all their share holders make more money but…
during this financial collapse, goldman sachs and others solf their own investors bad stocks and bet against those smae stocks and profited billions!

So my question is who did Goldman sachs bet against these derivatives with, AIG? Who paid them for betting against these stocks?

And why can’t most of the population see that Deregulation only benefits the top 10% or so! Regulation would have prevented the financial collapse greatly!
To say regulation caused the financial collapse is absurd…lol…you should watch the movie “Too big to Fail”….Lehman brothers went to barney frank and dodd and congress and wanted them to give them a Bailout to save themselves! They should not be bailed out for bad business, no regulation caused them to be greedy and the top execs all left with hundreds of millions while everyone else in the corp lost everything, their retirement funds, their jobs, etc.

Explain Enron, AIG, Worldcom, Aurther Anderson, the Banks bailout and betting against the stocks and investments they told their own clients to put all their money in, and on and on! And republicans still scream “deregulation” from the rooftops!?? Crazy:)

John answers:

Looks like you guys have addressed the political side of the question.

To answer your original question, before the politics, “Does one person essentially have to lose money for another to make money?”

Options and future contracts are examples of zero-sum games (excluding costs). For every person who gains on a contract, there is a counter-party who loses. Gambling is also an example of a zero-sum game.

The stock market is not a zero sum game. I can make money on a stock and sell it to you and you can make money, then sell it to a third person, etc., and we all make money. Nobody has to lose in order for us to make money.

Linda asks…

Penny Stocks, Need Advice?

I’m 16 and i’m seeking a big future. I am going to take my fathers buy here pay here dealerships when i’m of age and continue to make them enormous. While I can’t exactly finance cars at the moment I would really like to have approximately 10,000$ – 13,000$ before I graduate. I currently have 1,900$ from selling virtual currencies ( from video games ) and about 1,100$ in virtual currency that I can sell. My question is are penny stocks safe if I invest correctly, and exactly how do I invest correctly?

Does watching charts work? Or do I need to do actual research on the company in order to make a safe investment. I’m currently under the impression that stocks valued 40c or less are unsafe just because it shows that the company isn’t very successful. Is that a decent assumption? I don’t want to lose the money I currently have or at least all of it. I can handle a loss here and there but as any investor I want to come out on top. I NEED ANY INFORMATION ABOUT PENNY STOCKS.

John answers:

The only people who make money in penny stocks are the scammers and they make it off people like you.

Most companies traded as penny stocks are a wreck or an outright fraud. Thes are not future great companies just getting started as some people would have you believe. To make money in penny stocks, you need to particpate in the “pump and dump” scams or buy Regulation S shares direct from the company and sell them on the penny stock market or some other unseemly thing.

Do not believe people who tell you you can make fantastic returns or even that they have made fantastic returns. Just stay away altogether…

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