I am always impressed by traders' emotional attachment to their positions. I too at one point was passionate about the companies and indices I bought and sold.
It took a while but after being betrayed over and over again (and losing lots of money) from these companies, I woke up.
I was not going to be successful by attaching myself to a company that I had no control over. So I embarked on a search to find a way to consistently profit in the market, just like I’ve seen many others do. I wasn’t looking for a “get rich quick” scheme, but I wanted a strategy that would allow me to remove my emotions from the process. I had reached my tipping point and my emotions could no longer be another derivative of the market. [Read more...]