I know the odds are very much against winning. I am always curious if people believe they can really win and play the lottery. What do you think?
I only play occasionally, I have no illusions that I'm ever going to win "the big one" but I also figure, hey it can't hurt to try.
My husband calls them his "hope tickets." He knows he isn't going to win, but somehow they keep him optimistic about life. He doesn't spend a lot though.
No, I am not a lucky person. Also, I very seldom buy lottery tickets and I keep forgetting to check them out. But it would be awesome for my kids if I won millions of dollars.. they'd be set up for life... ok, for a long time anyway.
I believe that "a" person will win and can win, but do not believe it is realistically hopeful for me. I used to wonder how many people would stand in line to buy a lottery ticket, and yet, could never say hello to their next door neighbor. I think it is a hopeful situation for thousands of people, but it's not necessarily realistic hope. You could lose a lot of money trying. On the other hand, however, you can't win if you don't play.
That's true, you can't win if you don't play. I have played the lottery in my life but I am in no way a regular player. I really don't think I'll win. I have coworkers and friends who play regularly so I was wondering if they really feel they could win. I guess it's possible..
It is obviously possible because real people do win and it is widely publicized. It is just startlingly unlikely.
If you know how to play the market your chances are better. Investing is respectable gambling. I plan to start playing the market and investing regularly. I need to check, but I think you can buy penny stocks for the price of a case of beer. It is not just about getting rich. If everyone invested regularly it would help the economy and keep the economy running. Also, it is your vote of support. I support Wendy's and Taco Bell. Sometimes it is about the market and how much do you think you can make over a life time. For example, I will check some of the drug companies, Smith Glaxo Kliene, Pfizer, and others. I just have a hunch. Other times, it is about your support. I value Wendy's and Taco Bell, so I want to support them. I will check first though, because, I do not want to throw my money down a rat hole. It just seems to me that investing would be better than playing the lottery, and your odds are better also. Even if you never win big, it is still a better idea. Isn't it? I would think so.
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
What are the mathmatical statistics of winning millions of dollars in any lottery?I am just wondering what the mathmatical statistics are for winning a huge jackpot as opposed to a fairly small jackpot in any lottery?
by nightwork4 5 years ago
if you could change one thing about your country what would it be?i don't mean things like the weather, but rather social or political issues.
by jkchandra 6 years ago
If I won, I would start an investment after paying off debt. Buy my own house. A nice Lexus. Support parents and brother. And then, live life they way I always wanted to it,.....Free!
by manofmystery24 3 weeks ago
How would you use the money?
by thecollecktor 6 years ago
Is it possible to play the lottery with the mindset of an investorHaving gambled with the lottery over the last few years using quick pick, I determined there had to be a better way of increasing the chance to win instead of leaving it to luck. I believe so and have written a hub on how...
by flacoinohio 6 years ago
If you played the Mega Millions Lottery, how much did you win and how many tickets did you buy?I bought 50 tickets and won $10.
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