Robinhood The Investing App For Everyone

Hello and how is everyone doing today? I hope you guys are doing well. I’m not doing too bad myself have had a busy week this week and just got done working over 50 hours in 5 days at my job and at the end of my days off. I am still feeling it in my body though and some of the days I got 25000 to 34000 steps. For those of your that don’t know I recently started working at an Amazon fulfillment center and left my other job.  I might go into discussing my new job later, and that’s a maybe because I got a lot of other things I would like to write about like this post that I’m about to write below.

So before we begin I want to be VERY CLEAR that I AM NOT a financial adviser and/or an expert investor. So I will tell you that everything in this post is all experience and just a small amount of research/investing and reviewing of the Robinhood app. Please understand this but I will provide any info available and PLEASE NOTE INVESTING IS very RISKY so be careful. 

Now with that being said let me give you some background why I started getting into investing and reasons before I never thought of it but have had some stocks before. The stock I had before was employee stock when I worked at Walmart but I believe I got paid out after I left the company. I might have to look into it. But anyways, I never really thought of investing before because before it always seemed to be kind of a hassle to get set up and you kind of needed a good chunk of money to get going. Nowadays with technology and how it make things such as investing easier. Such as mobile applications and the ability to be able to see real time stock tickers and one click buying. Now there are a bunch of investing apps available but I really have only tested and here at thoughts of everything we don’t feed you any bullshit to get you to join. Yes I’m still kind of testing it because there are some areas like customer support and what not but I haven’t really had to yet. I will also state that if you want to move to another stock broker you will need to pay $75 whether its a full or partial transfers. So you would need to make sure you account is worth that move if you going to do that. Inbound transfer not currently support. Now you can do partial stock buys which is very nice and to open an account you don’t need to pay fees or commissions. 

The reason I’m getting into investing is to secure my families future and also start planning and saving for my retirement as well. Now my family does have a lot of money so I have been very cautious on what I invest in. Nice thing about Robinhood is that companies listed get random articles about the company in question happenings. This is especially important for making decisions and ideas of if something that company is doing going to hinder or grow profits. I will also say its nice that you can also buy cryptos on Robinhood but not many and I don’t personally purchase cryptos on Robinhood because there isn’t a wallet or a way to send to a wallet current and not much of a digital assets/alt-coins/cryptos like other platform such as Coinbase’s Trading platform or Uphold. But you can at least buy the follow on there; Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Dogecoin or Doge, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, and Litecoin. All which i do invest in and hold. I have my long term cryptos on a hardware wallet and some on the above mentioned crypto exchanges. In fact Coinbase is on the stocks I own on Robinhood. COIN is the stock ticker symbol. Just because I wanted to invest in one of the first crypto exchange to be listed in the stock exchange. Now I also have stock in Amazon, Paypal, Sundail Growers (a cannabis company in Canada),  OrganiGram (another cannabis company), AMC, GameStop, Funko, AMD, Aptose Biosciences, Prospect Capital (one my buddy got for free for signing up under me), Google, Alibaba, Baidu, Kohls, Agenus (got two shares for free from one of my buddy’s sign ups), Cleveland-Cliffs (I got a share of this when I signed up started at $5 per share now about $20), Avista, Pfizer, Moderna, Pinterest, and Aurora Cannabis. Now you can look all these companies on Robinhood so the stock code is not really need but it helps. Anyways, you can access your account on your computer as well. Sends you the needed info about your investments including things you need for earning reporting to your government if required. Now I will be looking into this further and if new things come available I will post about it. I will also say don’t forget to join our site so you can join in our community and share any experiences you maybe have if you already use the app.

Now if you don’t and want to join Robinhood click here: https://join.robinhood.com/russell526

Now you will get a free stock if you link your bank account and thank you for doing so because I get a free stock and because I’m the creator of thoughts of everything you are supporting our site by doing so. Thank you and I would like to also thank you for reading.  

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How Would You Like To Get Paid Listening To Music, Well Got My First Payment From Current

How Would You Like To Get Paid Listening To Music, Well Got My First Payment From Current

mttHello everyone how is it going for you today while your are reading my post. Rukun here to bring something kind of awesome. How would you like to get paid for listening to music? Too me that sounds like a good idea and with that being said I have started to do some research/investigating and now testing of such application that is installed on a mobile device and does just this, pays ya for listening to music. Heck, in the short amount of time that I have been testing the app I was able to reach a Paypal payout with you can see in my screenshot below. (remember you can click the image to view full size). My first payout request was $6.00 and I’m pretty sure the payout below is with Paypal fee.

first payout Current music app

Now you can also request payout in gift cards and items. Some such gift cards may include; Playstation, Sephora, Target, Walmart, Tjmax, Amazon, iTunes, Best Buy, and eBay. But I will most likely be most using Paypal. So with this being said. I’m first going to state that this program is still in my testing list meaning it still “could” be a risk. Heck life is a risk most of the time if not all time. But I’m pretty sure you will earn some from extra money from this application. You will need a mobile device to be able to use it from my understanding as I don’t see options for desktop devices/computers but if you have a mobile device you must give it a try. Now if you do join this program I suggest you create an account here on Thought Of Everything so you can get bonuses for your active.

Now to join the program just click this link and download the app to your mobile device, This app is called Current, to download click here: https://crrnt.me/OFM2ACC58eb 

Thanks if you download and are using the app as it supports us and keeps us online. Plus keeps me testing the various things out to earn extra money. Have a good day.

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Life Surprises Me All The Time, But Not Always Something I like, Damn Human nature

Most of the time in life I’m usually pretty easy going and was more so before I had got a major injury that has affected the rest of my life. I was injured in a car accident with FedEx and to this day I regret settling my case instead of going full force law suit. But the amount of stress and the extra bullshit from the  case and my own legal team that I actually still have stress issues and anxiety and anger with. But I know for what goes around comes around. I will never stop believing that as I’ve seen enough in my life to know that it does. Anyways, so I was hit by a FedEx van that was going 60 mph on Highway 395 just outside Deer Park, Wa heading into Spokane to go to work at Walmart on north Colton in the city of Spokane United States. I suffered multiple bulging disc from my neck down to my lumbar spine. This happen in 2012 and I still have issues to this day and it’s never going away. But I’m doing my best to manage my pain and doing pretty good for the most part. But I have a bulging disc in my neck, I think like 2. I have 2 in I think in my thoracic spine with some slight compression on my spine between T7=8 and T8-9. I also have some bugling disc in my lumbar I think one disc is slightly degenerated. I would have to look at my MRI stuff. Anyways I might go more into detail about this later on in a later post of something.

So as you can see I have a lot of issues including a degenerative eye issue called keratoconus which I had all my life pretty much. Basically I don’t have as good of vision as most people. You could say I’m pretty damn disabled and yet I fee and have bee told that I work harder then most healthy people. I’m in pain all the time but do my best to maintain it. But its not always possible especially when your like me and work a crap ton of hours. I’m pretty much working overtime most of the time since Black Friday of last 2017. So I work a lot of hours for a company called Kellermeyer Bergensons Services where I’m a Crew Lead in their janitorial area of services and have been for a while now. About a year and half. I also run my own business since 2010. It doesn’t make much money but it starting too and trying to kick it up a notch. I have a 4 year degree, majored in Software systems engineering and minor in business management. But I have issues sitting for long periods of time now because of my car accident injury. So I don’t really work in my field of study except for my business. And I am getting management type experience from KBS (short for Kellermeyer Bergensons Services), but my experience working for them hasn’t always been the greatest. And by next year I’ll be making minimum wage again for boss work. I have asked for a raise many times.

LOL I’m always looking for the better opportunity here is my current resume located on my own secure web server for the most part ran by me with some limitations of root access: https://cdn.rutakus.net/resumes/Russ_gen-resume2018.pdf

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