A guy shared a story of how he thought of a 4D investment method which he said that if lucky he would be making money every other draw.
He tried his hand on this investment method for a few months and ended up losing his entire life savings.
Here is the story
“I was at a stage of my life were I wanted to get rich quickly without doing much and wanted to try my hand at some investments just like those investment gurus.
However, after watching these so called ‘gurus’ teach people about investments, I realised that the only money that they were probably making from their investments came from making these kind of tutorial videos to teach people how to invest.
Hence, I decided to think of how to make money from other means and one day came out with a 4D investment ‘method’.
The investment method was really easy, every draw, I would just pick a number from 0-9 and buy 1000 numbers.
For instance, if I choose the number 8 for this draw, then I would buy 1000 numbers starting from 8000 – 8999 for that draw.
The plan was simple and straight forward, I would spend $1 big on each of these 1000 numbers which will make my total investment come up to $1000.
Then, I would await for the 4D results to see how many numbers that start with the number that I chose opened up.
I just had to hope that the number which I chose would hit the first prize and I would be able to profit from my investment.
A $1 big would mean that I strike $2000, which effectively covers my $1000 investment and gives me a $1000 profit.
Any other prizes that open with the number I had chosen would be the ‘bonuses’ that I receive from this investment.
I got carried away after I profited from this investment for a few times and started to increase my bets to $2 big per draw, which increased my investment into $2000 per draw.
Well, lady luck then decided not to shine on me anymore and I soon began to suffer losses from these investments.
As I fell deeper, I threw in more money on these investments till I lost all my life savings.”
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