It's not the first time I've gotten a message like this, and I'm quite confident it won't be the last. The stock market is no joke when it comes to trading and being active within it. If you go to fast and rush... well.... that money can disappear very quickly. Don't be like this person.
You will work the rest of your life unless you start making money while you sleep. Sure, that sounds too good to be true, but it's not. Using financial assets is wise ways can result in turning money into more money. It's time to learn how to be the boss of your money and make it work FOR YOU.
Real Assets vs. Financial Assets - learn the differences HERE (https://claytrader.com/videos/real-assets-vs-financial-assets/)
I’m certainly guilty of throwing around the terms trade plan, strategy, system and all those other similar terms; however, thanks to a YouTube comment I got, it allowed me to run a comparison of what having a trade plan actually looks like, and does not look like.
I've decided to raise my prices across the site and do some restructuring of my offerings. Given it is a more than fair question to ask and wonder "why?", I wanted to address it. I pretty much reached a breaking point and finally decided to make a change. I've been in business since 2013 so at this time I have quite a bit of data and experience to base these decisions off of. I go into more detail in the video.
Am I GREEDY? Yes! Here Is Why - watch the video HERE (https://claytrader.com/videos/am-i-greedy-yes-heres-why/)
Hope is a word that gets thrown around quite often in the world of trading, most times in a negative way. I’m guilty of it myself because hope can be a very dangerous emotion to cling to. However, hope is also required and unavoidable when trading stocks, options, forex, etc., so we need to add in a bit more context.
The very simple calculation to figure out return on investment, or, in short, "ROI", can be very powerful in regards to acting as a flashlight in the dark. Meaning, are you making good or bad decisions. Perhaps your decisions could be better? What is return on investment? How is return on investment calculated? Let me explain.