>Nighthawk 6 camera security system retails at my local Walmart and online for $469.97
>Cost to the store is $359.97
<On clearance for just $79.97
I'm taking a chance and buying it. I have the original receipt so I'll see if I can dump it at my local pawn store for like $200. Failing that, I can post on my local goybook buy+sell group for like $350 OBO - and failing that, I have an ebay account I can sell as-is for the same price. Even if I get talked down to under $200, I'm still comfortably looking at 2x my money with little risk.
Shame that it only has 3-star reviews and apparently shits itself after 18 months or so.
Probably red tape that affects his permissible income or holdings.
Can you define "countable resource"? Is that stuff like dollars, or does it include collectables as well? For example, if you're savvy and into it, stuff like MTG sealed boxes take up a reasonably small amount of space, and it's considered a toy
(rather than a collectable or investment - which it is), so you might be able to build wealth that way and skirt the people that audit it. To them, it's no different than buying an Xbox (though it will appreciate in value over time). Think about it!
>BTC at $32k
>Nah its not below 30, fuck it
>Up to $45k and cools off to $40+
Fugg. Oh well, my dad bought another 50 Cardano (ADA) that I'll be staking interest on.
A month is nothing
in the grand scheme. A red month or a green month is market noise. You have to consider it in terms of a year or more - and on average, it'll slowly trickle up in price. You'll be fine, just park it longer and cost average down where appropriate (8-10% dips are a good time to do so)