Jack Ma provides excellent advice on expectations and thinking ahead. Unfortunately, that's not what YOLO people want to hear. They want to get rich today by winning the lottery.
I had a surreal conversation with a colleague about two years ago. This guy had some cash in his investment account and he was thinking of buying a few shares. He was hesitant. Understandable because of risk. He said something quite shocking.
"I only want to invest in stocks that go up 50% in a year."
Some of the greatest investors in history manage just a little over 20% compound annual growth rate. Mortals can get 10%. But, nope. He wanted 50%!
I talked to him last year. He had invested in ... nothing! His timidity and foolishness had earned him 0%.