Gold versus Meth. Heisenberg. Gald is worth about 30 dallars per gram Crystal meth is usually worth 80 dollars a gram Crystal meth is a better investment than g Drugs Meth


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User avatar #1 - deadadventurer (07/17/2013) [-]
except for some legal issues though.
#36 to #1 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
thne go to sea no legal isisu there thne
#37 to #36 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
What's up with the dslyecxies here?
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#12 to #1 - fezzo (07/18/2013) [-]
Legal issues arem't important if you got loadsamoney!
#3 - intentionalmishap (07/18/2013) [-]
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#116 to #3 - mcswoof (07/18/2013) [-]
Ah! You beat me to it!
Ah! You beat me to it!
#6 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Isn't a good investment an investment where the risk of losing your money is low and the chance of the value of your investment increasing is high? Not just price per gram?
User avatar #45 to #6 - scorcho (07/18/2013) [-]
low risk
availability of the money
high profit

you can pick only two.
#48 to #45 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
I pick "the profit"... amidoinitrite?
User avatar #13 to #6 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
it is, hypothetically, but these investments are practically non-existent. high investment returns come from risk. low-risk investments do not pay. you make your money from putting it on the line.
#21 to #13 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
I put it up as a question to not sound like I am one of those assholes who think they know everything. Gold is actually a very popular investment and has actually quadrupled it's value over the last ten years.
#22 to #21 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Here's a reliable source, if my word is not sufficient:
User avatar #25 to #22 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
im not trying to prove that you are wrong, merely trying to point out that get rich schemes do not exist, stocks that make money ALWAYS have a risk that is proportional to their yield, (whether that risk is transparent or not) and having a solid gold portfolio is incredibly risky, because you arent betting on gold, youre betting against human nature.
#28 to #25 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Okay, then we agree and everything is fine and dandy. The world is one step closer to global peace.
Okay, then we agree and everything is fine and dandy. The world is one step closer to global peace.
#29 to #28 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
User avatar #23 to #21 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
gold is a good investment because it is perceived to be a low risk, stable buy. the insane rise in gold prices is an indicator in consumer mistrust in the global investment economy, which is largely unfounded, and once investors realize that gold cannot rise much higher, there will be a gold crash, a few people will become very rich, very fast, and the masses who rushed to gold to save the remains of their investments post-2008 crash will lose every dollar they thought was safe. unfortunately, the people who will lose the most will be the elderly and those without the financial skill to regain said fortunes, since their entire portfolios were in the now realistically valued gold.
#26 to #23 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, it's pretty basic knowledge that investors turn to reliable investments during global recessions, like gold or government bonds.
User avatar #27 to #26 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
but there is no reliable investment. gold was the reliable investment, but in the last 2 bubble bursts it has become one of the most volatile invest options out there. such rapid inflation will be met by an equal deflation. the worst part is that people are unaware of the impending gold collapse because of the stigma attached to gold. any stock that is considered a "safe harbor" investment loses its value as such during a crash because everyone crowds the harbor.
#30 to #27 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Sorry, I should have wrote more reliable. But unlike with other investment options, the deflation will be slower and therefore investments which can not be put at risk, like a pension fund, place their money in these more secure investment options. They are not as interested in making a profit, as they are in securing their money, especially during recessions. That is why countries that have avoided, or at least partly avoided, the global recession, actually have a negative rate for government bonds. I hope I am using the right terms, since English isn't my first language!
User avatar #34 to #30 - phtholognyrrh (07/18/2013) [-]
youre doing a great job on your wording. English is tied for my first, so my wording can come out a little strange sometimes. I would argue that most people who invested in gold after 2010, once the markets started picking back up, did so in an attempt to buy high and sell low on gold
#35 to #34 - lesmiserables (07/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, I believe you are right. The growth has been decreasing since 2010.
User avatar #102 to #6 - hawaiianhappysauce (07/18/2013) [-]
But didn't gold drop quite a bit recently?
#55 - boder (07/18/2013) [-]
Antimatter: 62,5 trillion dollars/ gram

Better get ******** !
User avatar #62 to #55 - kingrayne ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
he ***** dark matter
not antimatter
#156 to #62 - boder (07/18/2013) [-]
Oh! Didn't realise that, though it was a while since I whatched the show. But thanks for pointing it out!
User avatar #65 to #62 - quotetype ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
same thing
User avatar #66 to #65 - kingrayne ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
not at all
but okay
User avatar #67 to #66 - quotetype ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
derp, you're right, but they're both antiparticles, and i would imagine that they would both be really ******* expensive
User avatar #68 to #67 - kingrayne ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
Dark matter being extremely common but (right now) being impossible to obtain would probably make it the same price as antimatter
#153 to #67 - roarflmao ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
Dark matter = black holes
Anti matter = The mirror of normal matter when combined with normal matter releases energy in the same amount of mass that will be terminated
#16 - cookedspider ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
Who's ******* ready for August 11th?
User avatar #56 to #16 - hitlersoneballsack (07/18/2013) [-]
its pretty awesome that it pretty much comes back on my birthday
#63 to #56 - olicoooombs (07/18/2013) [-]
So that means your birthday is the 10th or 12th right?
#114 to #16 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
i ******* leave to bootcamp in 3 days...
User avatar #32 to #16 - dedaluminus (07/18/2013) [-]
I am so ******* ready. Here's my idea of how the show should end, based on Bryan Cranston's acting career.

Walter White goes insane, and starts fighting off the DEA, who he thinks are power rangers, under the aliases of Snizard and Twin Man. What he thinks is his lizard skin as snizard and his ability to disguise himself as Twin Man are actually bulletproof armor and disguises he had stocked up on long ago. Now insane from losing contact with his family, and probably hopped up on his own product, Walter goes on several rampages throughout the city, killing dozens. He gets away several times due to his high intelligence, though he is not aware of it, and is finally taken down by red ranger Hank. As he lays dying in a prison hospital, a death sentence awaiting him if he pulls through, an angel appears, and talks to him. The angel understands that Walt is basically a decent man who was driven insane by his lifestyle and illness, and that he started all of this for the best of reasons, the reason of taking care of his family. He offers him one more chance, a chance to make right with his soul. Walt, crying softly, takes it, and his memories fade as he suddenly begins anew, a bright-eyed 35 year old cubicle worker just expecting his first son, Francis. With his lovely wife Lois, Hal enjoys a life of wholesome family fun, though his temper and propensity for self-destructive behavior from when he was Walt occasionally does leak through.
#11 - shards (07/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, but you don't have to lie about being a gold dealer
Yeah, but you don't have to lie about being a gold dealer
#104 to #11 - jacebelmont (07/18/2013) [-]
I don't get how a full pizza lands on the roof but there is a slice that falls out
User avatar #105 to #104 - shards (07/18/2013) [-]
It's not a slice, it's a bag of pizza sticks if I remember correctly
#108 to #105 - jacebelmont (07/18/2013) [-]
Ok thanks!
User avatar #42 to #11 - llpanic (07/18/2013) [-]
goddamn that was a waste of a good pizza im so hungry right here
User avatar #15 to #11 - cocoman ONLINE (07/18/2013) [-]
I had to watch that for over a minute because i thougth that pizza was floating
#31 - WolfRider (07/18/2013) [-]
i agree
User avatar #51 - ferrettamer (07/18/2013) [-]
And LSD is like $3000 a gram, so clearly that is the best investment
User avatar #77 to #51 - thesuperhanz (07/18/2013) [-]
er it's really not
User avatar #78 to #77 - ferrettamer (07/18/2013) [-]
Not worth $3000 a gram or not the best investment?
User avatar #79 to #78 - thesuperhanz (07/18/2013) [-]
not worth $3000 a gram
User avatar #80 to #79 - ferrettamer (07/18/2013) [-]
How much is it then?
User avatar #81 to #80 - thesuperhanz (07/18/2013) [-]
oh wait sorry I was thinking about tabs and then the weight of tabs but a gram is like 10,000 tabs
#135 - bradtheotherman (07/18/2013) [-]
Cash 4 Meth
#93 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
That's like saying one stock is a better investment because it has a higher share price. Because that's a 9 year old's view of the economics.
#20 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
Why would the one with more price per gram be a better investment.. maybe that's the joke but then all the people commenting are retards..

Antimatter (according to Business insider) is the most expensive substance per gram, valuing at 62,5 TRILLION dollars per gram
#7 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account** (07/18/2013) [-]
User avatar #69 to #7 - olmesy (07/18/2013) [-]
It's more economics really...
#46 to #7 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
you're a ******* idiot
#47 to #7 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
dafuq does science got to do with what economic value is attributed to things
#84 - sirhyde (07/18/2013) [-]
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#39 - anon (07/18/2013) [-]
I am now sending this to Joel Heyman.
User avatar #144 - landrower (07/18/2013) [-]
the question is, how much would a gram of gold be worth if it was illegal
User avatar #126 - adrianking (07/18/2013) [-]
Except they're making more and more meth, devaluing it.

... Oh, wait, but they're also using meth...

... Hmm... I may have to think about this...
#125 - dumbandyoung (07/18/2013) [-]
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