Still, making way more money than most jobs by starting a macro company is pretty shocking. Especially if it's $500,000.
Did I ever say I didn't read it?
The reason I'm so vocal about it is because I feel like I wasted my time by READING it, because all it is is a few simple sums and the point that people use bots to make real life money.
Which took like eight paragraphs to write.
Which isn't even a true number anyway, this does not take anything else into account other than revenue, it doesn't take into account the oppourtunity cost of the time it took to write the program, it doesn't take into account people who defect on their payments, it doesn't take into account any income tax at all, nor the potential losses if this person were to be sued or shut down, or hell, even dragged into jail for tax evasion.
It's just a simple sum designed to get some shock value, when it's REALLY not accurate.