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SHARES: WEIRD, ANNOYING BUT SMART

Have you noticed that your teenagers say “weird” and “annoying” all the time?

Ever since a friend pointed this out a while ago all I can hear at the end of their interpersonal communications is things like this: That’s so weeeiirrd! She’s so annoying. Mum, you’re just weird. And annoying.

And then, blow me down, if I didn’t start hearing myself start sprouting these highly useful catch-all phrases. Like yesterday for example. I actually said this. “How does Ian MacDonald sleep at night with those weak responses to all those damning coincidences? He’s so annoying.” Aaaarggghhhh.

Anyhoo, Australian shares (via the All Ordinaries ...

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5 Comments

  • Reply February 15, 2013

    Katherine

    That’s so rad: I finally worked out what YOLO means.

  • Reply February 15, 2013

    ro.watson

    Buy blue chip shares when low~ those shares which are not high risk, enjoy their dividends, or reinvest in more of them if you don’t need the income~and sell when high,but remember you might be up for capital gains tax.

  • Reply February 15, 2013

    Gour

    Dude, love this piece!

  • Reply February 15, 2013

    ro.watson

    Oh and check out what any financial advisor charges~ including costs, and what commission s/he might earn from you following their advice, when making your proposed investments.

  • Reply February 18, 2013

    Kath

    That was a bit random. Definitely not retarded though!

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