I'm graduating my 4 years of college in May and thinking of the various careers out there that can fund my toys. The past couple years I've been daytrading pennystocks between classes, stuffing my brain with real estate investing books, eating ramon noodles. I've thought of Pharmaceutical Sales. Also thought about going into Mortgage Banking(Broker) and do Real Estate(have my licesne) over weekends. Houses around my area are 400,000-1.5 million. I would consider Corporate America if quality management jobs could be acquired in 1-2 years coming out of college but that won't happen. I have a Self-employed, business owning mindset. I'm just really curious what you guys do to fund a $40,000 car and what way are you paying for it? Home Equity, Lines of Credit, CASH, etc.? And what do you suggest for me as a career(industry) that yields high income this decade?