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Are you investing for the future? 

38%
313 deviants said Yes, but not nearly enough
33%
277 deviants said I'm still a kid, sheesh!
14%
117 deviants said Yes, quite a bit
12%
102 deviants said No, I'm in debt
2%
20 deviants said My house is the only major investment I have

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MarzEz Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I try to get people to attend free seminars on property investment.
That's how I get money to (hopefully) invest.
But at the moment, even though I'm not in debt now, I doubt it'll be long before I am.
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IvanAndreevich Feb 16, 2012  Professional Photographer
You're in Australia. Isn't your property bubble collapsing already?
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MarzEz Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Apparently, there's never been a better time to invest in property.
So... Maybe not?
There is a rental crisis going on, as in more people than homes.
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IvanAndreevich Feb 16, 2012  Professional Photographer
| Apparently, there's never been a better time to invest in property.

Where did you hear that?
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MarzEz Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
From the company that hires me.
(So it's probably a load of BS.)
Still, the graphs look pretty, and the numbers go up.
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IvanAndreevich Feb 16, 2012  Professional Photographer
| (So it's probably a load of BS.)

Ding ding ding! We have a winner :)

| Still, the graphs look pretty, and the numbers go up.

Glad you're not buying it. Be careful when the party advising you has a vested interest.
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MarzEz Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I have to at least pretend to believe it - I'm trying to get people to attend conferences here.
I never knew that giving away free stuff would be so HARD.
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IvanAndreevich Feb 17, 2012  Professional Photographer
Is it one of those pyramid schemes?

Here's what you want to do for long-term investment: [link]
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Currently my online investment in the future is working on completing my Master's.
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SensingGhautia Jan 1, 2012  Student General Artist
I save a bit but it just generally goes into my bank account, i get 20 a week from EMA for going to college and behaving so i usually take 10 out of that to spend on food and travel, the rest stays in there and it all adds up since i rarely spend it.
Need to finish my CV soon so i can give it to a person when i apply for a job.. or start a business doing something.

Considering going to uni to do graphic design but by the time i get there, the fees will probably be increased by a lot and i'd be stuck with student debt for ages..
Then again there are ways to make money to pay it off, like these 2 guys came up with an idea of getting paid to paint ads/company logo on their face for a day to promote the company etc, and they got paid for it, i have no idea how much they are making or made but last i heard they made about 2500 in 2 weeks, so if that carried on they would probably be set to cover their fees + more.
I think this was their site - [link] - It's kind of weird but a pretty good idea if you ask me.

Suppose i'll need to come up with something amazing that will end up making a lot of money, or get lucky and strike rich on the lottery
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