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How to answer what do you do for a living?
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Christiepoo

Member Since Jun 20, 2017  1 posts Christiepoo Nov 07 at 11:17
I love this thread. I struggled with this question for years. I got sick of telling people, because it was always the same thing. What do you do? Me: Forex Them: Whats that? Me: ''EXPLAINS'' Them: OHHHHH Can you teach me etc etc etc..... Finally, I just started being kind of awkward about it and started answering things like. I make it rain, or I have a sugar daddy or I'm in the mafia. The funny thing about it is people really started believing it to the point my local favorite bartender told me people ask him what I do. Apparently the rumor now is I am a high end escort thats related to a drug lord in the mafia. I love it... My advice is have fun with it. Forex is a lonely isolating life. At least enjoy messing with people while you rake in the $$$$$$$$$$ lol

BluePanther

Member Since Jan 25, 2010  1261 posts Matt (BluePanther) Nov 11 at 08:40
Tell them you are a gambler, and they will probably stop asking you further questions:

https://dailypriceaction.com/blog/is-forex-trading-gambling/

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