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I hate to be a "party pooper", but it sounds to me like a game of Russian Roulette with your financial future. You may be winning for now with the day trading, but I see it as a dangerous game that's really no better than playing the tables in Vegas.

What happens if you end up loosing all your gains AND you still have the CC debt?

I think you'll come out better in the end by paying off your CC debt and THEN investing through long-term buy and hold. There's almost NO risk associated with that method.


regards, redhed
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