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Jan 13 '21 at 4:38 comment added BrenBarn This is just about the worst possible advice.
Jan 12 '21 at 22:15 comment added BlackThorn @Fattie "taking a chance on the stock market" doesn't generally put people into debt as most people don't invest on margin. If the stock market crashes and you lose your job, that is bad, but it doesn't leave you with obligations. If the housing market crashes and you lose your job, you are in deep crap.
Jan 12 '21 at 21:52 comment added computercarguy That can definitely be true. I don't recommend people get into the stock markets, either. You can see that in my own Answer. What's your point?
Jan 12 '21 at 21:47 comment added Fattie but @computercarguy - "taking a chance on the stock market" is exactly how many people get back into major debt they end up spending decades trying to get out of.
Jan 12 '21 at 21:15 comment added computercarguy "Move to a more expensive house, the most expensive house you can just barely afford." This is exactly how many people get back into major debt they end up spending decades trying to get out of, and is usually a major step towards getting back into credit card debt, too.
Jan 12 '21 at 15:39 history answered Fattie CC BY-SA 4.0