>there are people on this board who think the big 4 is prestigious
>there are people on this board who got less than 2200 on the SAT / 3 A grades at A level and think that they are at a worthwhile university
>there are people on this board who think their major matters if they want to make a lot of money
>there are people on this board who read the above point in complete disbelief, were completely ignorant of Cambridge Philosophy majors etc. working in investment banking, and immediately went to post about how their Mechatronic Technician degree guarantees them a $45,000 job at Uncle Billy-Bob's factory in Iowa and how dare I deny this!
>there are people on this board who seriously contemplate daytrading
>there are Americans on this board who think the key to making it big is to move to another country
Keep them going!
>Biz schools majors who think they can start a startup, all they need to do is find a coder CTO
>MBAs from non-elite schools who think it will bring a positive ROI
>>There are people on this board who think how you achieve success matters.
I dropped out of high school with a 1.5gpa out of sheer boredom. Didn't stop me from making 10k a month daytrading. Or having my own business.
Wake up, doesn't matter how you get there. Nobody sees a problem with my background or academics when they know I'm leveraging millions of capital a month.
For truly gifted individuals spending 8-years in school for something your already good at and able to do just for a degree that says "you can do this now" only sets you back 8 years behind where you could have been.
>there are people that didn't: get a 36 on their ACT; receive an acceptance letter from Harvard; and drop out of High School to become entrepreneurs
>there are people who actually join >>1078837 not knowing that this group is failing for the same reason 4Chan sucks, because the majority of the people inhabiting it are dumb
>there are people on this board who actually waste their time shitposting
>there are people who follow conventional wisdom
>there are people who take this board seriously and actively inhabit it
>there are people who suffer from analysis paralysis and no-balls syndrome
>there are people who are losers
OP here, yeah I heard good things about discord but I myself never used anything like that. I basically rely on looking at the numbers and my instinct.
Forget the fundamentals. I don't subscribe to any financial news or nor do I scrutinize earnings reports or parse central bank statements or spend much time looking at moving averages or price chart patterns.