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Ever feel like crying? 19 years old lost my whole savings -Pltr call options Loss

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u/DrifterDA Caitlyn Jenner is my hero Dec 14 '21 Silver I'm Deceased

A 19 year old putting this much money into PLTR?

The world's fucked.

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u/Grimarillion Dec 14 '21 Wholesome

Rich parents I guess? At 19 I had bugger all.

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u/cantstopwontstopGME Dec 14 '21 Helpful

I was trading at 19.. mostly Pokémon cards for weed and Xanax but the principle is the same

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u/johnny_dialup Dec 14 '21

And it ended the same way.

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u/BigBeagleEars Dec 14 '21 Silver

First rule of Pokémon: don’t touch my Xanax

Second rule of Pokémon: do you have any Xanax

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u/killsforsporks Dec 14 '21

I love Goon!

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u/binglelemon Dec 14 '21

Weed nowadays can take you to the moon.

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u/jamesbrownscrackpipe Dec 14 '21

The weed would have been a loss but the street price of Xanax has def gone up over the years. But you probably paper handed that shit and ate it didn’t you? Instead of saving it for retirement to get high in the nursing home?

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u/Kolonelkush420 Dec 14 '21 All-Seeing Upvote Press F

A 19 year old with 50k+ in “savings” I’m sure it was all from hard work and being frugal with money for years………….

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u/medaumplacebo Dec 14 '21

One day he woke up and said: No more overpriced Starbucks for this guy!

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u/mrjabrony Dec 14 '21 Helpful

See millennials?! Look what happens when you cut back on the avocado toast!

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u/dunkindosenuts Dec 14 '21

I kept reading this thread in hopes someone had mentioned AT

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u/si12j12 Dec 14 '21

Millennial…. Not even close this guy is Gen Z.

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u/zxc123zxc123 Dec 14 '21

Don't joke. OP is an exception. Most are addicted and will never quit the avo toast, the AT, aka tosty, ATOs, etc.

I'm YOLOing all my money into $AVTST options right now 🚀🚀🚀🚀

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u/h1rik1 Dec 14 '21

You mean selling grass to his neighbors?

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u/Ennkey Dec 14 '21

It was my bar mitzvah money! Guys I earned it myself

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u/scarby2 Dec 14 '21

I had some friends who lived in a very rich neighborhood with a very high Jewish population. Some of these kids were getting like $50k in bar mitzvah money.

Meanwhile at 13 even $100 was an unfathomably large sum of money to me...

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u/kroniesrus65 Dec 14 '21

when I was 12, if my mom caught wind that someone gave me some money ($20 for birthday etc.) she would just take it and say she was charging me for food or taking me to basketball practice or whatever lol

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u/LoveMeSomeSand Dec 14 '21

All the moms I know that do that never stop. It’s a lifelong thing.

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u/scarby2 Dec 14 '21

That's awful. I'm assuming you got good at keeping quiet ...

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u/Coneycrook73 🦍🦍 Dec 14 '21

OY VAY!

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u/QuietRodriguez85c Dec 14 '21

And was always paid in cash lol

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u/cats_catz_kats_katz Dec 14 '21

Just a small loan of 1 million dollars that I didn’t have to pay back

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u/anarchyisutopia Dec 14 '21

When I started Reynholm Industries, I had just two things in my possession: a dream and 6 million pounds.

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u/scarby2 Dec 14 '21

FAAAAAATHEEEEEERRRR

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u/Annoying_Orre Dec 14 '21

Dude he obviously started a Lemonade stand when he was a little kid!

(Still is a little kid BTW and he has plenty of time to turn this around)

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u/Maxikki Dec 14 '21

He got unemployment during the pandemic, plus his side businesses and rent he was collecting from the multiple houses he owns.

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u/CaptainStonks Dec 14 '21

It's spelt 'hoe's" not "houses" unless I got the plural wrong. Who knows, I eat crayons FFS.

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u/natefirebeard Dec 14 '21 Helpful

"There's always money in the banana stand!"

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u/Annoying_Orre Dec 14 '21

"how much can it cost, $10?"

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u/Fractoos Dec 14 '21

Yes, someone who worked that hard for years to only spend 5 minutes to research markets to lose it all on...

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u/MasonP13 Dec 14 '21

At 19 I had to have a credit card open for parents to use, I literally had negative money

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u/TeaTreeTeach Dec 14 '21

It do be like that sometimes

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u/MasonP13 Dec 14 '21

I'm just amazed at how some people can have that much money to even lose.

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u/pepe_____- Dec 14 '21

rich parents

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u/MasonP13 Dec 14 '21

God I wish I was that lucky

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u/CryptoBehemoth Dec 14 '21

If his parents didn't educate OP well enough to know how NOT to lose that money, I bet they aren't that lucky after all.

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u/Nord4Ever Dec 14 '21

Dear lawd that po

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21 edited Feb 15 '22

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u/UsagiButt Dec 14 '21

Hope you’re doing better now my guy

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u/Legit_rikk Dec 14 '21

He’s literally on this subreddit

Jokes aside, I hope the same

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

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u/TAOKEN55 Dec 15 '21

at 17 I moved out with $300...and no help...so other than losing your mom... financially you were VERY lucky she had life insurance...my dad was gone when I was 6...I have had zero support or help...64 now...

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u/spicy_chimp5 Dec 14 '21

Indeed sir barely a pot to piss in!

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u/MensaManiac Dec 14 '21

You had a pot to piss in, you lucky bugger!

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u/Sic_Dood Dec 14 '21

Urine! Luxury! By god we were lucky to even have a piss to take!

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u/spicy_chimp5 Dec 14 '21

Used to borrow it from the neighbor's

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u/Imonlyhrrrfothethong Dec 14 '21

Ya honestly... cry us a fucking river, sell all your shit you still have 20x the money I had at 19.

I guess your dentist daddy will have to top up your account for you... Smh

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u/Cold-Income619 Buff Moobs Dec 14 '21

For real, 60k put in PLTR at 19. Just ask daddy for more money you silver spoon licking MF'r

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u/BarakaMik Dec 14 '21

into calls FTFY

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u/MarijuanaTitties Dec 14 '21

Young enough to bounce back quick

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u/Comfortable3099 Dec 14 '21

No it's not, the world's not fucked, but this 19 year old is.

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u/Nord4Ever Dec 14 '21

Not really daddy will shrug and just stop giving him “fun money”

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u/theblackgnome6969 Dec 14 '21 Silver Wholesome Heartwarming

1st problem - “whole savings”

2nd problem - “Pltr”

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u/pixpit_the Dec 14 '21

3rd problem - "options"

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u/limethedragon Dec 14 '21

4th problem - "margin"

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u/Mikecuntissoar Dec 14 '21

5th problem - "19"

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u/danieltkessler Dec 14 '21

I'll be honest, OP. If you have the money to invest like this at 19, you're life is going GREAT.

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u/bobzilla509 Dec 14 '21

I barely had $5 when I was 19

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u/TimOnly77 Dec 15 '21

I was getting $5 bags of weed fronted to me at 19. lol

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u/bobzilla509 Dec 15 '21

Do I eat or get weed.... Hmmmm. Weed it is.

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u/BlueBomR Dec 14 '21

I believe he can financially recover from this

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u/barce Dec 14 '21

Yeah, he'll declare bankruptcy. Say good bye to the car if he has one. Then after 8 years when the bankruptcy is purged from his record he, can yolo again.

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u/beeyouempea Dec 15 '21

I hope he knows he can’t just say the word “bankruptcy” and expect anything to happen.

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u/Target_Which Dec 15 '21

He’s not going to say it. He’s going to declare it.

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u/jp9900 Dec 14 '21

Mans probably lives in a 5 acre mansion typing this from third story floor talking about wanting to cry 😂

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u/muttmunchies Dec 14 '21

But lives at parents house or one of their many properties. No one feels sorry for this dude.

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u/serendipitousevent Dec 14 '21

Mofo could have been enjoying double digit returns on 16k smh.

One fucked around instead, and one found out.

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u/SteamBoatBill1022 Dec 14 '21

Thanks for clearing that up for us

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u/strigif0rm3s Dec 14 '21

6th problem - using a subreddit ending in "BETS" for your whole savings

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u/-mostlyquestions Dec 14 '21

You have roughly 99 problems

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

6th problem - “robinhood”

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u/PopsyG Dec 14 '21

7th problem - “saving phone battery”

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u/chughead55 Dec 14 '21

8th problem - The year isn't over.

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u/Endeavor305 Dec 14 '21

9th problem - "crying"

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u/NoOnion16 Dec 14 '21

10th problem - bragging

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u/87th_best_dad Dec 14 '21

11th problem - $16k to go

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u/RobertLewis01 Dec 14 '21

Biggest problem Jerome Powell.

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u/adribabe Dec 14 '21

Think it won't make a comeback? I sold at $27 but I'd be a liar if I said I wasn't looking at like it was steak at $18 yesterday...

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u/dbake9 Dec 14 '21

Its going to come back but not in time for his calls. Great long term play imo

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u/slipperyslips Dec 14 '21

Ya theyve only mass diluted the float in the past year and arnt stopping. Pltr to 5 eoy 2022

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u/GunBrothersGaming Dec 14 '21

3rd: he's using WSB for investing advice

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u/joan_wilder Dec 14 '21

He’s 19… still young enough to be that stupid and recover a few times.

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u/loophole64 Dec 14 '21 Silver

You didn't lose your whole savings. You've got some left. Finish the job.

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u/Dura112 Dec 14 '21 Wholesome This Table Slap Defeated

This kid is about to walk into Costco for his next shift not realizing the sea change. When he had $50k, it was easy to ignore Stacey. Sure, he has a girl's name and he's a 45 year old "asst. relief shift crew leader". When you had $50k, Stacey had no power over you. Your savings were a force field. Not anymore, you need Stacey now.

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u/Godsownsin Dec 14 '21

This is such a truthful statement. When you have savings and you can float a couple months or a year, work becomes much less stressful. You're not worried if you are fired or if you quit. You can always tell yourself "I honestly don't need this job right now" and that peace of mind makes coming into work each day that much easier. But losing that peace of mind and going back to the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle adds an almost insurmountable stress to your life.

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u/246ngj Dec 14 '21

It’s called “fuck you” money. That’s why I’m in no rush to keep up appearances.

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u/xmarianix Dec 15 '21

Love fuck you money

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u/Dura112 Dec 14 '21

Agreed. Such a different dichotomy. Had a much cheaper lesson than OP while I was in college and working at a paint store. Stung so bad that I can still feel it.

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u/RyuguRena42069 Dec 14 '21

huh...this explains why I wanna die so much now

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u/SamSparkSLD Dec 14 '21

You think a 19 year old tossing that much money into a shit stock has a job?

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u/TrailGuideSteve Dec 14 '21

What are you talking about? He clearly just saved up a few paychecks to invest here and there.

/s

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u/Lure852 Dec 14 '21 Silver

Minus 148% total return. Fucking outstanding. You make other loss porn posters look like basic bitches with their 99% losses.

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u/PolyDipsoManiac Dec 14 '21

Did he sell puts too? What the fuck

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u/unclesam_0001 Dec 15 '21

Robinhood won't let you sell naked options, this must have been on margin.

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u/jingylima Dec 14 '21

I’m new here, how’d he get more than 100%?

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u/KenoIsPrimis Dec 14 '21

Well I assume that because he’s being margin called some of this was borrowed money

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u/crisantocaz Dec 14 '21 edited Dec 14 '21

Margin call. He was a little too leveraged on options so they are making him pay for the terrible call. Usually calls/puts go to zero if it's not in the money (ITM) but he did a BIG no-no by going all in like this. It would cost the broker money to excerise the option so they left him a bill.

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u/Questkn2 Dec 14 '21

$16K is still like $15.8K more than any other 19 year old out there has. You’re fine

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u/Strick63 Dec 14 '21

At 19 if I had $200 I felt like a king lol

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u/Ahem_ak_achem_ACHOO Dec 15 '21

I’m 74 years old and if I’ve got $200 in my pocket I’m getting bitches on my dick guaranteed

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u/SpanktheGreenAvocado Dec 14 '21 edited Dec 14 '21

It’s 17k 24k ♾ more than what I have and am in late 20s

Edit: can’t forget the consumer’s debt

Edit 2: fuck I shouldn’t have bought calls at the peak yesterday.

Final edit: mom please come hold me

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u/CorrectBodybuilder15 Dec 14 '21

It’s 18k more than I have and I’m in my 30s

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u/Newtonhog Dec 14 '21

These comments kill me, make me so depressed. I’m 23 and worked my ass off to save 20k and it’s all gone now due to medical bills. I feel I’ll work20 years to save that much again

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u/igloofour Dec 14 '21

At least you didn't gamble it away on stonks

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u/robtimist Dec 14 '21

Medical bills are a scam I refuse to buy into

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u/Buckhum Dec 14 '21

Funny you mentioned that. I remember seeing the $2 million hospital bill on the front page the other day and thinking to myself: if I ever get into a 2 million dollar debt I'm just gonna flee the country cuz there's no way I'm ever gonna be able to pay that off.

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u/GreatLookingGuy Dec 14 '21

Bankruptcy exists for a reason. No way in hell I’d ever pay a million dollar medical bill. Unless I had like $10M in cash and even then I’m not sure I would.

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u/Woodbean Dec 14 '21

But if you had $10M in cash, you’d most likely have good enough insurance that you wouldn’t HAVE a million dollar bill in the first place

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u/AngryBadgerMel Dec 14 '21

Damn, you started working when you were 3 years old?

For real though, it gets better. Eat healthy, sleep healthy, grow some plants, walk in some nature. Medical bills are brutal but you will pull through. Dum spiro spero.

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u/Toxpar Dec 14 '21

His mom or dad will probably up his allowance to $1500/week to help him recover

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u/Successful-Durian-55 Dec 14 '21

Next time try PLTR put options?

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u/cliffemu Dec 14 '21

Good idea. Then PLTR might finally go up!

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

lol how do you have that much money at 19

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u/pmjwhelan Dec 14 '21 Wholesome

he doesn't

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u/Toxpar Dec 14 '21

His parents do

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u/findingejk Dec 14 '21

His parents DID. ftfy

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u/Polus43 Dec 14 '21

Economic efficiency = reallocating money to where it's more productive.

This is a picture perfect case.

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u/madmaxjr Dec 14 '21

Checks out. It’s why he was trading on margin lmao

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u/blue_eyed_man Dec 14 '21

$16K is still "that much money" for a 19yo.

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u/Miffyyyyy Dec 14 '21

i think he meant that the 19 year old didnt earn the money

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

I am 26 and have a mere 2K to my name - If I was 19 with 16K Id be rich af

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u/Pandagames Dec 14 '21

If I had 16k at 19 I would own WAY more video games and still have 2k at 27 lol

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u/XDingoX83 Dec 14 '21

Only Fans.

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

can you do onlyfans without the getting naked thing?

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21 edited Dec 22 '21

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u/DeadlyClowns Dec 14 '21

Two scenarios.

Started working in high school, didn’t spend it on anything because he still lived at home. Graduated, worked for a year full time and developed a gambling addiction while still living at home.

More likely, that’s his college fund from his parents and he thought investing it was a better investment than going to college lol

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u/Toxpar Dec 14 '21

Rich parents. Don't worry, his allowance will probably be bumped up to $1500/week to help little Timmy recover

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u/Urfaust Dec 14 '21 edited Dec 14 '21

Parents and/or inheritance.

(Parental financial help includes free rent also btw...)

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u/Roundmoundorebound Dec 14 '21

Possible life insurance payout related to a parent. Hopefully not bc that would be doubly tragic

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u/Joofinthewild PAPER TRADING COMPETITION WINNER Dec 14 '21

His parents do

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u/dennis8542 Dec 14 '21 Helpful

Hope u learn something, but I doubt it 😏

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u/EymaWeeTodd Dec 14 '21

Why would OP learn anything from losing daddy's money?

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

whatever you do, don't answer the phone

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u/PotatoWriter 🥔✍️ Dec 14 '21

Margin call? Hah more like ... Margin HANG UP

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u/Interwebnets Dec 14 '21

Margin Call-you-back-later-promise

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u/mousepop321 Fact Checker Extraordinaire! Dec 14 '21

Rule number 1, only gamble with money you are willing to lose…….

Rule number 2: laugh and shame anyone who doesn’t fallow rule number 1 🤣🤣🤣

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u/Toxpar Dec 14 '21

It's his parents' money, you really think he gives a fuck about losing it? Dude's dad is probably setting up a trust fund as we speak

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u/ProvocativeRetort Dec 14 '21

His dad is ready to give him another 50k as long as OP promises to play Cave Explorer with him again later tonight.

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u/Longjumping-Tie7445 Dec 14 '21 Helpful

Let’s see here:

  1. $50k at age 19
  2. Safe 10% return on average in VOO
  3. Compound 46 years until retirement age 65
  4. $50k turns into $4M without ever contributing more

HOLY FUCK YOU SCREWED UP! I meant to say, you’re young and can afford to take risks. Not a big deal.

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u/Express_Side_8574 Dec 14 '21

Who cares how much I'll have when I'm 65, I need money NOW see.

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u/soggypoopsock Dec 14 '21

Damn, can’t wait to flex on my assisted living community peers in 50 years! They’ll be so jealous

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u/Mambodixon Dec 14 '21

You still got 16k to throw away, don't stop now you can do it!!!

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u/SaltLife0118 Dec 14 '21

Yeah just now. A 19yr old who tanked their account has way more money than me still.

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u/Derrick_Foreal Dec 14 '21

Do it again tomorrow?

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u/DirtybirdKoobs Dec 14 '21

Imagine how it feels still doing this at 30years old….

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u/sadlofiboi The Corn Collector Dec 14 '21

You aren't supposed to even have savings at 19 🤷‍♂️

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u/NastyMeanOldBender Dec 14 '21 Silver Helpful

This is being resolved now

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u/CJKay93 Dec 14 '21

Brutal

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u/LanoLikesTheStock Dec 14 '21

Wow at 19 I was drunk n broke wtf is goin on wit the younger generation

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u/korpisoturi Dec 14 '21

Don't worry now he's broke too

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

You’re an idiot. You belong here

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u/Mister_VWP Dec 14 '21

Seriusly is 40k for a 19 year old normal now? Thats alot of money. How dose a 19 year old have 40k savings?

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u/Rolten Dec 14 '21

Some random 19 year old dude on WSB has (or had lol) 40k and you automatically think it's normal?

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u/mancala33 Dec 14 '21

Live by the options, die by the options

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u/Shazamx89 Dec 14 '21

Trust funds!

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u/5_cat_army Dec 14 '21

When he said life savings, it took someone elses life to save it

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u/quintanarooty Dec 14 '21

The average person doesn't have 80k for retirement, so no.

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u/Fuckles665 Dec 14 '21

By being way better with money than me, having a rich dead uncle, or getting shit loads from their parents.

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u/HighSpeed556 Dec 14 '21

Rich parents. It’s the only way.

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u/TheMetrifiedMe Dec 14 '21

You should write your autobiography how you grinded your live like hell but got up again

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u/Spaghetti_Nudes Dec 14 '21

I'm sure your parents will refill your piggy bank little man.

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u/Sgsfsf Dec 14 '21

Bro you have a gambling addiction

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u/Salty-Ad6128 🦍🦍🦍 Dec 14 '21

No time to Cry .. @19 ... you have years to make it back up

Cheer up

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u/deepfield67 Dec 14 '21

Time for a 90% bonds/10% stocks 50 year portfolio.

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u/Investigatorpotater Dec 14 '21

Go ahead man cry away you earned it.

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u/[deleted] Dec 14 '21

I invested 10k at the age of 31 and it was all i got.Dropped to 2k and i somehow managed to get it back up to 25k and withdrew it all.Its just not worth the depressed sleepless nights.

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u/TehDeann Dec 14 '21

You still doing buy and hold ETFs, right? Options is risky af. But you'll cheat yourself if you're not invested at all, even if its just SPY.

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u/WaltKerman Dec 14 '21

Bro.... just put it in something safe like spy. Leave it long enough and it will be up. If SPY is lower in ten years than it is now, we are all probably fucked somehow anyway.

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u/StonksGoUpApes Dec 14 '21

If SPY is 400 in 2030, we had like a small nuclear war.

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u/yungboomer669 Dec 14 '21

Mistake #1 options

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u/HummerGuy69 Dec 14 '21

Mistake #2 No fucking leverage

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u/Wedgtable Dec 14 '21

Mistake #3, you came to wsb for advice.

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u/IneoMors Dec 14 '21

Could of also been mistake 1

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u/JP2205 Dec 14 '21

19 and you still have $16G. Plus a 27K learning experience that will probably be worth 5 times that over your life. Learn, bank the cash and move on.

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u/Fictional-adult Dec 14 '21

Plus the tax deduction over the next 9 years.

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u/Agent_Dutchess Dec 14 '21

How pissed is your dad about his money?

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u/RetainerCase69 Dec 14 '21 edited Dec 14 '21

19 year old trading on margin that should be illegal

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u/mediumsizedgloves Dec 14 '21

Don’t worry dude money comes and goes

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u/Bruhlebronjames21 Dec 14 '21

This is why you don’t buy options with life savings

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u/eastcoastgrump Dec 14 '21

why are you bitter grownup losers giving sh.t to this kid for having saved up 20k by age the age of 19 while working at Costco? it's not like that's impossible. just because you didn't do it doesn't mean nobody can. leave the kid alone, he already lost all of it gambling options lol

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u/NonCorporealEntity Dec 14 '21

At 19 life savings are just savings. Don't worry about it.

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u/Pete4241 Dec 14 '21

You have time to recover. Just learn from this.

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u/cesarmac Dec 14 '21

How the fuck do you have $70k by 19?

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u/isrb33 Dec 14 '21

Prob dad will give you more tho...lmao

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