What to do?
I could come up with ten things—from driving the car without wrecking it to playing a violin properly and cooking an actual edible full-course meal for the family to coming clean to my long-time crush—but I’ll try to keep it short.
Guaranteed I’d not fail, I would risk part of my money at the stocks exchange.
As much as I’d like fantastic fantasies, I just can’t ignore our basic needs. I could use more money but not where I have to work more. I already appear at the office six days a week. That’s more than enough for me. What I want is for my money to work for me for once.
“Tell us why you haven’t tried it?”
Like almost everyone at the office, no one is sure. Those who have tried, they didn’t last long in the game. While the returns were good, it was just too risky to keep playing. They couldn’t always gamble. They too said that what they relied on are predictions, which are not to be mistaken for guarantees. Unless you have insider information, then by all means, go. But if you do not, proceed with caution.