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Re: GOALS: 1.Reach a $2,000,000 Credit Limit, 2.Get Amex Centurion Card, 3.Get JP Morgan Palladium C

and the bed would be 25k each for a twin lol....

 

Thats an interesting idea though... i assume you are an inventor? 

 

that being said not everyone can just leave their day job supporting their families and start taking shots in the dirt at things they think will revolutionize the world. 

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Re: GOALS: 1.Reach a $2,000,000 Credit Limit, 2.Get Amex Centurion Card, 3.Get JP Morgan Palladium C


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My Plan: Get $30,000,000 in assets then invest it with Chase.

 

I have no clue how to do this. Can someone tell me how to get $30,000,000?

 

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Win the lottery!!

 

Personally, I gave up acquiring my first $30M. I am now working on my second $30M.



My gf's friend actually won the lottery back in the 90s when she was just a student. My gf only found out about it last year. They have been friends for about 15 years. Her friend thought she had mentioned it sometime in the past. Turns out is was quite public as her friend was written up in the papers at the time. It shows up when you google her name. She's done good with it. Diversified portfolio and rental properties. Smart investor.

 

So "winning the lottery" can be more than a figure of speech.  I don't know anyone else that's don that though.


I have reestablished credit over the last couple years
so my moniker is, well, rather out of date.

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shniku wrote:

The thing is, based on the 1st and 2nd derivative charts of goal completion percentage vs time, my extrapolations indicate that I will reach both goals within five years. Are there any other goals that you guys reccomend I should have? The key to many financial related goals is starting early, so I would like to start some new goals now instead of starting them in five years.


Watch out when the 3rd derivative turns negative.

 

reminds me of a Megan Macardle blog comment about the economy turning around because the 2nd derivative went from neg. to zero.


I have reestablished credit over the last couple years
so my moniker is, well, rather out of date.

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shniku wrote:

The thing is, based on the 1st and 2nd derivative charts of goal completion percentage vs time, my extrapolations indicate that I will reach both goals within five years. Are there any other goals that you guys reccomend I should have? The key to many financial related goals is starting early, so I would like to start some new goals now instead of starting them in five years.


Watch out when the 3rd derivative turns negative.

 

reminds me of a Megan Macardle blog comment about the economy turning around because the 2nd derivative went from neg. to zero.


 

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haulingthescoreup wrote:

cashnocredit wrote:

shniku wrote:

The thing is, based on the 1st and 2nd derivative charts of goal completion percentage vs time, my extrapolations indicate that I will reach both goals within five years. Are there any other goals that you guys reccomend I should have? The key to many financial related goals is starting early, so I would like to start some new goals now instead of starting them in five years.


Watch out when the 3rd derivative turns negative.

 

reminds me of a Megan Macardle blog comment about the economy turning around because the 2nd derivative went from neg. to zero.


 


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Re: GOALS: 1.Reach a $2,000,000 Credit Limit, 2.Get Amex Centurion Card, 3.Get JP Morgan Palladium C

OP, what do you do for a living?

and prying minds want to know, whats your income?

 

just let me know when and where the celebration is, i'll come.

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Re: GOALS: 1.Reach a $2,000,000 Credit Limit, 2.Get Amex Centurion Card, 3.Get JP Morgan Palladium C

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I'm a fulltime student in college, and my income range is -500k to 500k. It fluctuates from year to year.

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shniku wrote:

I'm a fulltime student in college, and my income range is -500k to 500k. It fluctuates from year to year.


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Re: GOALS: 1.Reach a $2,000,000 Credit Limit, 2.Get Amex Centurion Card, 3.Get JP Morgan Palladium C

Are you also an illegal dealer???

 

How in the world does a student make that much money..... 

 

I find no validity in this whole thread.... 

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Are you also an illegal dealer???

 

How in the world does a student make that much money..... 

 

I find no validity in this whole thread.... 


It depends on if the college student is employed or not, etc.

 

I'm a 'full time college student,' but I also work full time (and then some) in banking, in a fairly high position, and my income is well into the six figures range. Not all college students live in dorms, work part time, etc. :smileywink:

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