Fibbing Friday Answers

  1. In the world of international finance, what do the abbreviations, USD and GBP stand for? Useless Special Denomination and Give Back Pennies.
  2. What exactly is cryptocurrency? It is a currency used by the dead to give passage to another world where you can be reborn.
  3. What is the difference between stocks and bonds? Stocks end in being covered in tomato and bonds are when you fight back.
  4. What is meant by a “bull” market? A bull market is where bull’s sell people. They often get a good price for them.
  5. What is meant by a “bear” market? Same as a bull market, but bears are involved. This can get quite violent with humans running around in fear.
  6. What is a stock split? When a wooden stock breaks into two. This can occur when a particularly heavy object is thrown.
  7. What exactly is crowdfunding? When the crowd don’t have enough money for vegetables, they are given a loan to buy more.
  8. What is a pension? It is where you write and the tension used for the page.
  9. What is a 401(k)? It is the weight of the heaviest animal on the planet (a whale)
  10. What is day trading? It is when a toddler tries to persuade their mum to give them chocolate instead of food. It never works, but sometimes they get a bar of chocolate as a treat for tidying up.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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