This weekend’s edition returns to ideas from The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy to boost trading results and consistency, including using competition and opposing views to your advantage, as well as installing your own “excessive media filter.”
Also, we’ve begun firming up dates for the sole live 2016 Jellie Trader Training effort (Lucky Team #13!) which we expect will take place in February. Please me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested if you haven’t done so already as space will be limited to ensure a quality experience for all. Please note we’ve also converted the popular Jellie team webinars to MP3 files for those unable to participate or who are interested in a lower tuition option.
Have a great weekend and outstanding trading week!
Doesn’t seem appropriate. Perspective, prayers, and peace to all.
Today’s edition discusses key trading and life take-aways from the wonderful book “The Compound Effect” (after a brief rant venting about how my trading sucked on Thursday & Friday).
Today’s video discusses the need to eliminate distractions and negative influences in trading and life, as well as learn from those at the top of their game. I also pose the question “Is Trading Right For You?”
This weekend’s edition focuses on today’s MATD trade (again!), why I continue to consider it to be among the highest probability patterns, my current goals, and trading career ebbs and flows including the current resurgence of my own passion.
P.S. Due to time constraints, we’ll begin our trade of the week comparisons next week, so please keep them coming!
This weekend’s edition discusses the concept of “How Bad Do You Want It?, recent MATD sequences, confidence vs. cockiness, why trading like a jellyfish is every trader’s optimal goal, my current $10 million path, and ends with a motivating challenge for all of us where we’ll compare notes at the end of the week.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine as children do. It’s not just in some of us; it is in everyone. And as we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
Have a relaxing weekend and invigorating week.
This weekend’s edition is admittedly a bit contemplative and includes the need to surrender our will to the market, reconnecting with so many good friends, expanding on some of the Chronicles book excerpts – including one day early in my life when I faced an unrelenting illness, hit rock bottom, and considered taking my life – and discussing Friday’s early trade errors, distractions, and readjustments.
Here are some mid-week observations now that I’m back on the grid with respect to my weekend inquiry to financially back a selected group of traders, thanks to Nirav Patel (@Nirav777) and his trading team with whom I’m currently trading, another shout-out to Vader (@vader7x) who is in the zone, and a reminder for all of us to work diligently to guard our integrity and character in an industry with some dirty corners.