|Forum - Wall Street Pit
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|From: luvb2b (Rep: 1459) reply to Ry5577||Date: 05/14/2009 07:51|
|Forum: Wall Street Pit - Msg #1636663||Thread #672615915 (Rec: 0) |
|that's the single best post i remember reading on this board. ever. and i have been here 10 years.|
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"There are those who market trades, and there are those who trade markets.
There are those who follow marketers, and those who follow markets.
The marketers feast on their followers; the traders feast on the markets." -luvb2b
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| Reply to Ry5577 - Msg #1636626 - 05/14/2009 03:21|
I actually really enjoy teaching how to play this game and it really has very little to do with helping people make insane amounts of money, and much more to do with helping people discover a really unique and fulfilling life of ultimate freedom that very few people will ever have the chance to experience. You see this game is so not about making piles upon piles of money everyday, yet because of the unlimited earning potential and the ability to make large sums of money in a very short period of time, it is very easy to fall into the trap of literally becoming obsessed with wealth creation and ultimately reaching a mindset where you literally define yourself by the amount of money you have. You'll find your feeling of self-worth becoming as volatile as your trading account....the day you make a ton of money you feel like a god, and the next day when you lose a ton of it you feel like a worthless loser. This is not the successful trader, and it is not what trading is about. The real beauty of this game is found in the trader that has mastered the market in such a way that he knows he can make money in any market, and hence it allows him the very unique opportunity to venture off and explore his/her many other talents. It gives him the opportunity to not have to think about money every second of the day, and hence aIlows him to open doors within himself that he might not have ever had the chance to discover. To use this game as a means to your end, thats what its all about. It's about giving you the opportunity to discover your true self and everything you might possibly be capable of. Go out there and do everything you've ever wanted to, explore your artistic side, learn how to play the piano, do charitable work for no reason.....because sitting in front of a computer all day counting your chips will simply put you back into the world of those enslaved to the almighty dollar. You think you're so much better off than the guy whose got a 9 to 5 job, but really you're exactly the same.
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