I'm sitting in a hotel room on the last night of a business trip watching CNBC and I started to think about how great the market is doing today. Looks like alot of people are making money today (I'm making a little as a stock tip I got from a friend is starting to pay off...one year later). It really makes me wish I knew more about playing the market and how to make money doing it.
I'm a Consultant/Auditor for KPMG - it's a professional job (more like a career). I've even been known to impress a girl or two with it (mostly students). But it's really about how I sell it (big shot with an expense account vs. nerdy accountant).
What do you guys do for work? I can't believe there are some people who make money teacing us how to pick up girls. I definetly wouldn't mind an outside the box job like that.
Besides hearing what people do for their jobs I would not expect to get much insight into other methods everyone uses to generate cashflow - as demonstrated by reaper's first reply to this thread.
There's competition in buying and selling, and competition in stocks. You won't get any hints and tips on these things other than doing your own research, buying low and selling high.
I trade online through dropshippers, I've been doing it a year now and I'm starting to get enough.
For my day job, I work at a leisure center mainly as a lifeguard and occasionally in the gym. I've considered quitting as I'm making more in 2 hours of work an evening now, but working there is HB gold.