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1/10/09 at 10:34pm
My advice would be the most achievable. It involves only one trade, and you don't even have to move. I am in South Africa, and the country up to the north of us is called Zimbabwe. In one trade your $100 will be worth trillions.
And you would have $900 to put into some good stock.
http://s85.photobucket.com/albums/k4...Us in Zimbabwe
This is a serious post!
I'm wondering how I would go about doing this.
One thousand -> One billion.
I just want to have a rough idea of how you investors would go about doing this.
Would I start with penny stocks? And if so, at what point would I move up to other markets, if at all, etc.
How long should I allow for each section, E.g. Penny Stocks section, etc. Before going into bigger markets.
And that general idea.
Thanks in advance!
I started with a $1,000 in ANSV, if I would of waited one more measly day before selling, I would of had over $22,500, then that $22,500 would of turned into $100,000 with NVD.
Start like that first, don't try turning $1,000 into bill gates/warren buffet kind of money.
I know one way though you can turn that $1,000 into even more cashola..
God the nonsense people talk about.
Ya sure then do it urself.. dam scammers.
Well thank you for a sensible answer!
And that's the exact kind of thing I'm talking about.
I don't expect it to go up x1,000,000 in like one stock.
I mean work my way up like you just suggested.
Like you said, you would have turned that $1,000 into $100,000.
Do the exact same thing again it would go to $10,000,000.
And do it once more and you have a billion.
I'm sure it would be different with that kind of money but I'm talking mathematically it seems very plausible.
I mean I turned $400 into $12,000 with AOAG.
If I did that again I'd have 360k; again over 10m; again 324m, and once more... Almost 10 billion.
Wasn't trying to scam any one here. I was just using the example of the bad exchange rate in Zimbabwe as one way of getting to a billion. He did notsay he wanted a billion US $ so I think it would be funny to display this.
Maybe you have no sense of humor and spend your days criticizing because you are such a unhappy person.
But to have you relax, this was just a little humor in the light of a serious subject.
you can't just trade with those kinds of amounts on POS stocks. using your own example, AOAG, we can observe that the entire market cap for that stock is 11.23 million, and at the current share price of $0.0325 we can see that the company's entire amount of stock is worth roughly $360,000. now if you look at how many shares were traded yestarday (1.6million) you can calculate that thats around $52,000 worth of stock traded in one day. the price range (high to low) yestarday was 0.05 to 0.03, a cool 30% drop. you would never even get out of the trade in that POS let alone turn anything (more than a few thousand dollars) over for a profit.
i did some quick math and you would have been able to make $400 into $12,000 as you claim, only if you bought AOAG at .002 (the 52week low) and then sold it near its most recent high. i doubt you did so, but im not here to criticize (nor do i care) about any trades you may have made, im just pointing out that you cannot make large percentages on large sums of money, it just doesnt work like that. dont try and break the system, you will find that the system will often end up breaking you.
only if you bought AOAG at .002 (the 52week low) and then sold it near its most recent high.