It's actually not about gambling.
I've posted about Loss Aversion before, but this 7:19 video explains it much better.
If you aren't investing or have just started to, this helps explains what you're probably feeling. Heck, I've been investing for yeas and I feel it still.
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Some, like me, are because they occasionally get US Dollar checks as payment for answering a survey. It's one of the better paying sites (that I know of) so I thought I'd better open a dollar account.
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But I've found out that small changes can get big results over time, and that they have a much better chance of sticking instead of fading away as the year goes by.
And today, we've got Bwayan Jordison to share his thoughts on this.
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Despite the limited space in our unit, it's amazing the amount of stuff that just piles up over time.
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It's already resulted in a lower minimum fare.
Retail goods shouldn't go up too much as well, because of lower cost of transport.
Were it not for the looming energy crisis, power rates could have been expected to go down as well.
And for a car owner like me, it just gives your budget some breathing room.
But actually, gas prices aren't the only big expenses when it comes to your car. The cost of just owning it is pretty steep. You'll likely need insurance, even if the most basic kind. In addition to that: registration fees, parking fees, maintenance service, replacement parts...
It’s still cheaper to take public transport. But of course, public transport here in the Philippines is not without its own hassles.
I guess that’s why there’s been some great innovations on personal transportation vehicles (segways, personal cars).
Oddly enough, the answer could be relatively old-school – bikes. Especially the folding bikes.
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But did you know that you don't actually get your one month's salary? You wouldn't think so from it's name, but in almost all cases an ordinary employee doesn't actually get one month's worth of salary.