What technology can I buy now for cheap that’s going to increase in value?

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    • #87817
      Anonymous
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      What technology can I buy now for cheap that’s going to increase in value?

    • #87818
      Anonymous
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      why would I share my retirement plan with you

    • #87819
      Anonymous
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      Buy a robotic onahole

    • #87820
      Anonymous
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      • #87856
        Anonymous
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        *Ahem*

    • #87821
      Anonymous
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      rubber dome keyboards

    • #87822
      Anonymous
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      Property is technology right

    • #87823
      Anonymous
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      Minidisc players.
      Especially the weird Japanese models.

    • #87824
      Anonymous
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      bitcoin and ethereum

      • #87825
        Anonymous
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        dont bother LULZ is mostly retarded code monkeys who will never get it

        • #87828
          Anonymous
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          >implying that most of LULZ is smart enough to be code monkeys

          • #87829
            Anonymous
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            >ayo WTF did you mean with this, wanna smell my fist you bitch?

        • #87871
          Anonymous
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          If professional engineers say it’s a dead end due to transaction time and cost what makes you think they are the retarded ones?

    • #87826
      Anonymous
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      apple products always sell good, no matter the age

      • #87827
        Anonymous
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        red or green ones?

        • #87848
          Anonymous
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          yellow

      • #87851
        Anonymous
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        Nope, most Apple stuff is forgettable garbage that even most devout macolyte wouldn’t bother with.

    • #87830
      Anonymous
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      Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers, especially as Generation Alpha become adults they will want 2010s hardware for nostalgia just like Zoomers fawn over CRTs now.

    • #87831
      Anonymous
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      That chart is wrong. 99% of goods depreciate over time and bottom out to cost to make it and its effective utility.
      Collector items are niche, boutique shit that rarely increases in value. Anything that has rapid value increase is merely a front for money laundring, ponzi-like schemes and tax evasion by rich collectors.

      • #87832
        Anonymous
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        It doesn’t represent 99% of goods

        • #87840
          Anonymous
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          It doesn’t represent any good not even collector items.

          Collectors item merely hold their original launch value at best or it just gradually depreciates over the years until nobody cares about it anymore.

          All of the shit that explodes in value are just fronts for ponzi-like schemes, money laundering and tax evasion by rich people.

          • #87841
            Anonymous
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            >reddit spacing
            >confident wrongness

            • #87844
              Anonymous
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              CRTs are garbage tier non-sense that are nearly worthless. You have pay people to get them off your hands.
              Retarded contrarian hipsters (love getting bamboozled) are the exception not the rule.

              • #87849
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                • #87850
                  Anonymous
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                  Again only retarded contrarian hipsters with deep pockets would get that for that price. The vast majority would simply give it away for free as nobody sane will touch it.
                  A modern LCD for the same price point blows it away in nearly every metric.

                • #87860
                  Anonymous
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                  You need to search sold items. Asking price means nothing, but I’m pretty sure you knew that.

    • #87833
      Anonymous
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      Start scraping up old Xbox 360 and PS3 titles. This is subjective, but go for the more obscure but fun titles. They will start increasing in value in the next few years, and this is the last gen you’ll be able to do this with. 8th and 9th generation titles are concentrated to a few yearly AAA releases so there’s little room for scarcity, and anything else is download only.

      • #87847
        Anonymous
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        Nope, 360 and PS3 will continue to bottom out and be regard as cultural artifacts and curiosities like how old cartridges are for ancient, defunct gayming consoles.
        The recent grading and explosion of prices on retro gaymes is nothing but a ponzi-scheme by rich investors (money laundering/tax evasion). They are transferring wealth from suckers who are blinded by short-term greed who don’t understand how the game is played.

    • #87834
      Anonymous
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      luxury watches

    • #87835
      Anonymous
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      Generic gaming PCs because within 10-20 years gaming will have moved to a subscription model with thin clients using cloud gaming services. Anyone wanting to play older PC games or emulators with illegal roms will not be catered for.

      • #87836
        Anonymous
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        nah. both onlive and stadia have proved this can’t and won’t work. the latency is too high. that’s a fundamental problem with how the internet is set up. unless we discover/create a new material that allows us to dramatically reduce latency, this won’t happen.
        something that could every much happen though is something like graphics cards refusing to run approved games or something like that, or running at a reduced clock speed or something like that.

        • #87839
          Anonymous
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          geforce now works fine you just need to be able to maintain required speed, latency matters less than bandwidth

        • #87853
          Anonymous
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          You are really out of touch with technology if you think this lol… Cloud gaming will be widespread in less than 5 years

          • #87854
            Anonymous
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            Only in tiny euro countries and japan

    • #87837
      Anonymous
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      toilet paper

    • #87838
      Anonymous
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      Garage sale cpus and graphics cards. Going to a scrapper and taking the cpus and ram sticks for a few bucks.

      There isn’t anything that will 100% increase in value just buy stuff for a few dollar each and flip on ebay or craigslist.

    • #87842
      Anonymous
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      Lenovo L580 and Lenovo L480, but it’s only relatively cheap though.

    • #87843
      Anonymous
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      Hardware samplers, CD players, and SCSI CD drives
      brand is everything

      • #87845
        Anonymous
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        Nope, they are utterly worthless. SCSI CD drives are useless as the hardware platform that can drive are hopelessly out of date and you can easily emulate/create VMs on modern systems that perfectly replicate the same experience.

        • #87855
          Anonymous
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          they’re for the samplers
          old sample CD’s have proprietary formats, so you have to use real hardware and a SCSI cd
          also you could say that about literally anything

          • #87859
            Anonymous
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            Even more worthless as audio industry has moved on. It is dead as a Betamax video cassette player.

    • #87846
      Anonymous
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      label the x axis

    • #87852
      Anonymous
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      Mazda rotary engines

      • #87861
        Anonymous
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        kek, I’ll be rich then. I’ve got a shed full of 12A and 13B parts

    • #87857
      Anonymous
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      Old audio gear

    • #87858
      Anonymous
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      Old ThinkPads.

      Virtually indestructible, cheap as fuck, even older ones being expensive AF.

    • #87862
      Anonymous
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      CRT Monitors

      • #87864
        Anonymous
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        >cheap

        • #87865
          Anonymous
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          >competing with redditors on ebay
          ngmi

          • #87867
            Anonymous
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            I don’t see any monitors elsewhere.

            • #87868
              Anonymous
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              fb, cl, goodwill, your classifieds site of preference. or just swing over to a recycling center and pay somebody to toss you a crt. unless you find the "high-end" shit though you’re wasting your time and money.

              • #87869
                Anonymous
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                >fb
                Exactly. There’s 0 passable monitors for sale. I’m living in UK. If there’s nothing on fb there’s nothing elsewhere too.

                • #87870
                  Anonymous
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                  Good. Invest elsewhere. Trying to capitalize on retarded redditors only works if you pay off youtubers/other redditors to shill some bullshit as being the best thing ever that everyone should own. After that it’s all luck.

    • #87863
      Anonymous
      Guest

      stocks, etc.
      there’s nothing you can buy off the shelf or off ebay that is guaranteed to go up in price past your initial investment. It’s all meme bullshit that spikes in price and retards are tricked into buying it. see >crts, old pcs, etc.

    • #87866
      Anonymous
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      $500 guaranteed in a few years

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