Good Trade Going? Hit THIS…
- Foo Fighters gettin’ old…. RUN!!
- 10 Minutes a Day…of Gratitude!
- Motivational Video
- Current Holdings
- Do What the 90-95% of Losing Traders Don’t Do: Develop an Intuitive Edge Through Focused Observation
- Bad Man’s Song
- A Tribute to My Mom – Phyllis Elaine (Woodruff) Jager
- Jason Day’s Story
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A recent trip through my Netflix menu uncovered a documentary on Tony Robbins called “I am Not Your Guru.” You can learn more about it here or go straight to Netflix and watch. I highly recommend it and now remember … Continue reading
I’m going to try to document on a consistent basis what my holdings are to see how things turned out. P&L will show that, I know, but this may provide a more visual way to “see” what I am doing. … Continue reading
I’ve always loved Tony Robbins and his ability to communicate passionately. Pain is the prerequisite to change. If you have Netflix, take some time to view this great documentary. Awesome stuff.
Do What the 90-95% of Losing Traders Don’t Do: Develop an Intuitive Edge Through Focused Observation
This article, which examined 70M+ trades, emphasizes the importance of keeping your losers small and your winners big. The concept is simple enough, yet the vast majority of traders fail at trading… Source: Do What the 90-95% of Losing Traders Don’t Do: Develop … Continue reading
I forget sometimes how good Tears For Fears was. Heard this for the first time in decades but DAMN is this a great tune. Enjoy!!
Don Miller recently shared this with the Twitter-verse and I loved it. So, I thought I’d share and keep as a reminder. The premise – to live life with more passion and urgency and meaning – means a lot more … Continue reading
October is usually a fun month for us, typically full of birthdays, anniversary, Halloween, etc. But this year we also lost my mom, Phyllis Jager, and life is now forever different. Her 72nd birthday was on October 8, and on … Continue reading
Cool story about one the games best today. Persevere, hang in there and never say die…. It’s a reminder to myself as much as it is to anyone reading.