Day Trading For a Living

On 23 Jun., 2022

Indeed, if I may invoke Murphy's Law (If something can go wrong, it will, and it will go wrong at the worst possible time), it applies perfectly to seemingly secure 9 - 5 positions, as I have witnessed.

Day Trading For a Living

Financial self-sufficiency
According to statistics, the majority of people in our society are gutless, afraid, and socially conditioned.
We tend to want to fit in with society by associating with laid-back people and acquiring a 9 to 5 fixed income'secure' job because we believe we need to preserve our social conditioning.
I went through this myself, only to discover that so-called "safe" fixed-income positions are far from secure and mask a slew of nasty surprises.
Indeed, if I may invoke Murphy's Law (If something can go wrong, it will, and it will go wrong at the worst possible time), it applies perfectly to seemingly secure 9 - 5 positions, as I have witnessed.


Anything else is considered a waste of our time and true thinking power, with the exception of a few highly specialised and in great demand fixed income vocations.
Taking daring and 'risky' efforts to manage and create your own business, such as financial Fixed Trading , is the finest path to truly motivational work and financial prosperity.


Motivation and success
Trading is thrilling!

When you trade, you look forward to Monday and can get bored over the weekend since, unlike other occupations, trading is one of those businesses where you are self-employed and have complete control over your activities.
Personally, I enjoy trading since it has allowed me to travel to new countries and places in ways that few other freelancing jobs can.


Financial trading, from an achievement standpoint, is similar to any other trade business; for example, I have seen people in the import-export, import-distribution, and real estate business industries.
They share the same personality characteristics as successful stock traders.
They share the same attention to detail, tight money management principles, and mindset of the deep, knowledgeable opportunity seeker, subscribing to the philosophy of 'A pessimist sees the issue in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every problem.'


Trading is no exception; in fact, in my opinion, trading is similar to a real estate investment firm, albeit with greater flexibility, fewer start-up costs, and a higher frequency of transactions.
The risks and benefits are fairly comparable; as long as someone is prepared to put in the effort, trading can be extremely rewarding, even life-changing.


Everyone is affected by financial markets.
Contrary to what the laid-back, socially conditioned people mentioned earlier believe, stock markets have an impact on everyone's life. Whether it's currency exchange rates, bonds, or stocks, they have a direct or indirect but still profound influence on living costs, job growth, and the overall way global capital works.
Sure, the ignorant and laid-back people don't care where the Dow Jones is today or how the EUR-USD is doing, but they are unknowingly or unwillingly accepting the final losing part of a subtle trade by buying gas at the pump or putting their hard-earned money into a pension fund whose fate and performance is directly dependent on a few key stocks.
Traders are those who live in the real world and understand how it works! 

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