≈ You must be so lucky! ≈
When I first started learning how to trade the financial markets, I traded at a loss for 1.5 years before I ever saw consistent profit. This is AFTER one year of education, hundreds of paper money trades plus two private 1on1 mentorship sessions. Clearly, I had no beginners luck! At one point, even one of my mentors had to comfort me on not to give up seeing how dismal my results were.
To add further insults to my unlucky start, people who I used to call friends ridiculed me. One of them said, “I was paying tuition to lose more money, what kind of business model is that?” Some of my family members questioned me what I was doing and suggested that I might be getting myself into a scam, etc.
Three years later, none of them think I am a joke anymore. They know I worked for what I want to change my luck.
Is it Luck or Probability?
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“The Myth of Being a Trader (Part 3): You must be so lucky!”
Chart of the Day
Is it Luck or Probability?
“When you play to succeed as a trader, you don’t play to get lucky, you play to define the probability of luck like you are a game maker.“
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Video of the Day
How to use a probability cone
In this video, coach Noah Davidson teaches how to use the probability cone, an indicator that helps to project out the implications of volatility into the future.
Today’s line up
Volume is the Punctuation
Today we’re taking a break from option theory and diving headlong into technical analysis. I’m going to share with you how I think about the volume indicator. It’s super popular. After price (reading candlesticks, essentially), volume is the most commonly viewed metric. All charts display it by default. How many other indicators can say that?
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Cashflow Club Replay
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