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Hi /biz/
I started a new job and I have around $400-600 money left every month and that just sits in my debit card

What is a good way to put these money to work for an european pleb? (We dont have the Robin Hood meme).

A friend said that I should look for mutual funds since i work full time and don't have much time to learn the market
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I would say just investment in very low-risk funds. I would say you can nab between 4-7% annually at least, depending on where you put it. LendingClub apparently is great.

Unless you have some other business venture in mind or a more lucrative way to guarantee returns (like betting on Bernie), that's you wisest move.
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>>1028283
If you are in Europe then look at the Lendingclub alternatives. Mintos and Twino seems to be okay.
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>>1028475
Woah! Both these sites look promising.
Anyone got experience with those? Is the service legit?
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In which country more specifically?

I'd assume that most countries have their own equivalents of Robin Hood, Sweden has multiple even.
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>>1028283
Ethereum
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>>1028588
wtf
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Send it to Morten Lund.
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Is there a Lendingclub equivalent in Canada?
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>>1028283
>an european
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>>1028945

English really is a weird language. It really has no rules. I think technically, that's correct.
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>>1028948
Yes, technically it is correct. It just sounds unusual.
Anytime the word following "a" starts with a vowel, you use "an" instead.

A Canadian
A Russian
An American
An European
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>>1028969
False.
ny word that sounds like it begins with a consonant is preceeded by the pronoun A, even if it begins with the letter E. Since the word EUROPEAN sounds like it begins with a Y, the proper pronoun is A. If the stress does not fall on the first syllable, then an rather than a is used
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>>1028969

That's my point. It sounds weird, but it's technically correct. No one has spoken like that in 100 years.
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>>1028948
Not with u's, maybe. Like an umbrella, not a umbrella.
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>>1028976
Can confirm, and the reverse. It's why you say "an honor" instead of "a honor" even though 'H' is a consonant...Even if it is the softest fucking consonant. That pussy letter must have a desk job, hands too soft imo
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