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July 9th, 2006


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01:51 pm - so okay, finance
this is something i've thought of before, but now it just fell into my lap. capitalone randomly mailed me an offer for a balance transfer for 0% APR until 1/08, with a 3% fee. so, here is plan: transfer it all (2700$ limit) to my bank account. buy a CD that matures 1/08. pay back the card in full with the CD money before interest attacks. pocket the approx 180$ profit. now granted, less than 200 bucks after a year and a half is not going to be my retirement fund, but still.. it's a chunk of money for zero effort and zero risk. i feel like this is too simple to work, but it seems foolproof.

speaking of, i started a sharebuilder.com account last night. i am going to follow this article's advice, with some modifications. (specifically: instead of the 33/25/17/17/8 split he offers, i will go with 33/25/12.5/12.5/17 and adjust as catch can). so uhh, yay money.
np: wolf mother stuck in my head

(3 shots upside the head | en garde!)

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From:zombeer
Date:July 11th, 2006 06:16 pm (UTC)
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i had a cd for nine months that brought me a hefty profit of $12. i felt kinda gypped(sp?) but at least i didn't spend all that money for those nine months.
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From:kingnixon
Date:July 12th, 2006 05:27 pm (UTC)
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haha woo profit. it seems like the only way to make lots of money with investing is to already have lots of money.
From:(Anonymous)
Date:August 3rd, 2006 11:47 pm (UTC)

I know that picture

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It's from The Penalty with Lon Chaney, and you saw it with me! In Boston! With Reverend Glasseye doing the music stuff (score, I mean, it's a score).

Nice catch on my part, huh?

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