RE: Gambling Away Your Potential Investments; Getting Rekd Or Getting Rich?

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Very well written article with some great advice. I personally am not a big risk taker and like to diversify my investments. Helps me sleep well at night. Have friends who have won and lost fortunes in the crypto market and they go on a wild financial ride. It's not for me and seems like it's not for you. Have you diversified into the metals market there in Nigeria? How is the Silver market? popular?

I've never made to Nigeria but I would love to go. However we'll see how things go with covid for now.

Great blog following and put on my autovoter to give you some more incentive to keep up the great work as I don't have much time to curate but I know you do good posts.

Have a great day!



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Thanks a million for coming through, I tend to relate my investment story and of course use to inform and of course educate someone out there, by all means. I'm not the risk taker simply because I don't like losing and I don't have money.
Nigeria is an exciting place surprisingly cheaper to live in but very expensive for people who are living inside of it, probably because of the limited opportunities we have here. The silver market isn't really a thing. We have more of the Forex thing and so many people are losing out on a daily through so many scamy means.

I have been following you before now and your travel journey. Thanks for finding my contents worthy, I'm grateful.

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Oh wow, very insightful. Yes, to my understanding Nigeria is a country of hard workers trying very competitiely to get ahead. Must not be easy, but seems like you are doing well and taking care of yourself. In that regard keep up the great work and I'm happy to know you have been following my adventures too! Thank you and I'm very happy support your efforts here :)

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