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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 05:22)

Am I the only musician here? $0 to $14 bucks.

I made $14 in 2020 with my music on Spotify and Apple Music. 700 streams. In 2021, I'm already at 700 streams (latest album)! Things are looking up hahaha ;) Anyone has ideas on how to market music? I don't know where to post it. I don't know how to promote myself. [Here's a bit what I do](https://music.apple.com/us/album/mindscape-ep/1554145611) (last EP). Tell me what you think. Thank you, Arctic.

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 10:00)

UK Supreme Court rules Uber drivers should be classed as workers https://t.co/pRAd7aHbtF

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 07:15)

Elon Musk is back on top. The Tesla CEO's wealth rose to $199.9 billion after SpaceX completed another funding round, launching him to the top of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index for the second time this year. Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who briefly reclaimed the title this week after Tesla shares fell, moves back into second place. Link in bio.

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 05:57)

To the good people out there. 💪I appreciate you.

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:31)

💯LIKE if you agree.

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:45)

Melvin Capital says it wasn't 'bailed out' in GameStop saga

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 02:00)

"I'm surprised that Elon's so gung-ho on Doge coin," says Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, world’s largest #cryptocurrency exchange by volume, which launched futures for $DOGE. But he notes that @elonmusk's Tesla bet $1.5 billion on #Bitcoin, not Dogecoin https://t.co/POz36hPpC9 https://t.co/oxjI9U0SQa

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 01:16)

Some of the best coronavirus forecasts came from a then 26-year-old hobbyist working out of his parents’ living room https://t.co/lCPHSD9p6X

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:52)

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:44)

U.K. Supreme Court rules Uber Drivers ARE entitled to workers rights | Some are entitled to minimum wage and paid vacations

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 03:44)

How do you deal with the – once again – rising healthcare costs?

[The major U.S. health insurers report big profits for 2020](https://www.nytimes3xbfgragh.onion/2020/08/05/health/covid-insurance-profits.html) but yet the premiums for 2021 go up by 10%. Our premiums went up by 45% over the last 4 years. The healthcare and retirement system in the U.S. is in poor health and voters and politicians are too ignorant to do something about it. 1,000+ small businesses need to come together and setup their own health insurance plan! So, how do you deal with it in 2021?

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 10:01)

Daily General Discussion and spitballin thread

Have a general question? Want to offer some commentary on markets? Maybe you would just like to throw out a neat fact that doesn't warrant a self post? Feel free to post here! This thread is for: * General questions * Your personal commentary on markets * Opinion gathering on a given stock * Non advice beginner questions Keep in mind that this subreddit, and this thread, is not an appropriate venue for questions that should be directed towards your broker's customer support or google. If you would like to ask a question about your personal situation or if you are asking for advice please keep these posts in the daily advice thread as that thread is more well suited for those questions. Any posts that should be comments in this thread will likely be removed.

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 11:14)

Necessity of Bonds in a Portfolio

Why bother with bonds with a long enough time horizon? Perhaps I’m missing something. Say, like the average redditor, I am in my 20s with at least 30-45 years until retirement. Now, I can understand converting a portion of the portfolio to bonds in the last 5-10, as you may not have the time horizon to weather out a recession. Even then, I’d imagine dividends could hold you over until it passes. Anyways, why do target date funds, for example, start with bonds so early? If there’s hardly any risk in the *long term* in the stock market given that the portfolio is very diversified, why bother with a lower-yielding security, regardless of it’s stability? Thanks

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:45)

Just got a collections notice from a lawyer for the City of Los Angeles for city taxes... but I moved away in 2018 and canceled my business licenses. What do I do?

Apparently, I owe a couple thousand dollars. No notice, email, mail, or message - until today when a law firm reached out threatening collections. I moved out of LA in 2018 and pointedly called the City of Finance to terminate my businesses... but I don't know how I'm going to prove it. What are my options?

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1 year ago

(Feb 19, 2021 12:00)

Facebook's dramatic move to block Australian news sharing escalated a broader battle against global regulation. That gambit looks likely to backfire. This week's abrupt news blackout — the latest salvo in a dispute over charging tech titans for content — has forced the issue onto the agenda of governments around the world, from the India and Canada to the U.K. Facebook drew a line in the sand precisely because it feared even larger markets would follow Australia's lead. The company now risks a domino effect as regulators elsewhere ramp up scrutiny. Link in bio form more.

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