e somehow has people fighting to have it? Let them have it then, from now on we’ll be called,” he looked around for a moment, taking in the electrical cords crossing over the cement walls along the terrace, and opened his mouth to say, “From now on we’ll be called ‘NetEase Board of Directors’ I’m telling you guys, in the future after graduation you all should do your best, don’t limit yourself to some ‘Thirteenth Youth,’ or ‘Clan’ whatever, what meaning do those have? You’re in the internet café spewing hot air back and forth while the boss uses your need for connection to make money, whatever way you look at it, it’s the latter who profits.”

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Listening to this, the boys sort of, not really, understood, but regardless they’d all been shaken by Guo Jingyu.
Until now, they’d never thought that far ahead before.


Guo Jingyu said: “Is there anyone in your families who trade stocks?”

The boys looked at each other.
Sun Hua and one other raised their handsd, one said, “My dad does,” and the other said, “My mother’s cousin’s whole family does.” 

Guo Jingyu’s mood was pretty good, and advised them: “Go home and tell your families, see if it’s possible to think of a way to buy some shares in NetEase, remember, don’t sell in the first few years regardless of how much or how little it rises, these stocks can grow by a lot.”

Guo Jingyu was someone who’d experienced it all.
He had a deep impression of NetEase shares rising from 0.6 USD each to more than 2000 times that in ten or so years’ time after the internet bubble economy recovered after collapsing totally in the next two years.
But NetEase was on the American stock market and wasn’t easy to buy.
Back then, Guo Jingyu only heard others mention it in passing.
Having interacted with some people who were interested in speculating, he also picked one or two domestic stocks that were most stable to recommend to the gang now.

Sun Hua and the other boy nodded, and asked: “Yu ge, how do you know this much?”

Guo Jingyu pretended to be profound, saying: “It’s not convenient to say, but just believe me and tell your family. Hai, insider information, no one is allowed to pass it outside.” 

The more he spoke like this, the more the boys didn’t doubt him.
They all looked to him with eyes full of admiration.

Guo Jingyu reorganized the structure of the mutual-aid study group, giving He Xiangyang the title of vice-chairman, some of the others became managers, and the lowest was still a supervisor.

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Sun Hua was that sole supervisor, and shyly asked: “Yu ge, what does a supervisor do?”

Guo Jingyu: “It’s a ‘monitor,’ responsible for inspecting all high level administrative personnel’s progress as they execute their tasks.
In the future, when new rules and regulation come out, you’ll also be responsible for monitoring and inspecting, if in our ‘board of directors’ anyone abuses their power, you can deal with them.
I’ll give you an example, say He Xiangyang didn’t finish his worksheets today, you’ll then tell me, and I’ll help you hold him down so you can give him a kick or two!” 

Sun Hua said, pleasantly surprised: “Even more powerful than the vice-chairman?”

Guo Jingyu laughed and nodded as he coaxed him: “Yes, yes, you remember that, carry out your responsibilities well, understand?”

Sun Hua agreed happily, straightening his waist.

He Xiangyang’s grades were the worst.
With a sullen face, he asked in a small voice: “Yu ge, why do we have to study?” 

Guo Jingyu: “Your grades are all too miserable, I have no face bringing you out in public.”


T/N: me, weeping: li tongzhou….
wake up li tongzhou….
your lover is making me read about stocks…..wuwuwuwu

(also orz i somehow just.
didn’t realize the author put in small notes after chapters sometimes (in my defense the font is very small and very green), but i’ve gone ahead and added them for chapters 4 and 5, if you want to go back and take a look!!!) 

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