>too young to invest in Apple in the 90s
>didn't buy bitcoin even though I knew about it when it was worth less than a dollar
Does anybody here know my pain?
Yeah. I remember people telling me about bitcoin and trying to get me to mine it. Thought it was a scam (still do actually) and forgot about it until I hear it hit $1000. Fuck did I miss the boat.
Wow OP investing in the past sure is easy!
This is fucking retarded.
You can look at the top pennystock gainers every single day and think "Damn I should've bought that random pharmaceutical company that shot up 480% in 1 day". It's meaningless.
It's just impossible to predict is the point, and even harder to put in money into it.
Everyone on 4chan can say "Go long [stock] it's BOUND to go up to x amount soon!", of course you lose nothing if it doesn't occur. Much harder to put down the money on it.
All this bs is like saying:
>Ok well I would've made 200% returns today if I just placed ALL of my money on this one random company at the right price and then waited until the very peak, not any earlier and cashed out then!"
>he hasn't invested in the next Apple.
MFW my grandfather could have invested $2,000 in Microsoft when they first started out, talking garage status.... but didn't.
A friend of mine sold his buttcoins they where at $6. He's still kicking himself for that.
So better to never have participated than to have screwed up like that, even if you can't predict the future.
>held $40 in bitcoin at a point where that were about 600 bitcoin
>spent them all
Sort of. But "once in a lifetime opportunities" seem to happen every 4 years now. Hell even with cryptos you can get 10x ROI on at least one coin every 6 months
Just gotta keep your eyes peeled
>mfw my fathers father dident sell family company when it was worth ~$200M.
I could have been loaded... Now im just semi rich.