Day Trading For Living - Power of Being an Independent Trader

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*******ForexAutopilotSystem**** - Day Trading For Living - Power of Being an Independent Trader - It is st...
*******ForexAutopilotSystem**** - Day Trading For Living - Power of Being an Independent Trader - It is statistically shown that in our society most of us are gutless, feared and socially conditioned. We tend to desire to become society compatible by mixing with laid back people and getting a 9 to 5 fixed income 'secure' job just because we feel that we need to maintain our social conditioning. I have lived through this myself only to find out that the so called 'secure' fixed income jobs are far from secure and hide many nasty surprises. In fact, if I may refer to Murphy's Law theory (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 jobs and I have experienced it. With the exception of very few, highly specialized and in high demand fixed income jobs anything else is considered to be a waste of our time and true mind power. The best road to true motivational work and financial prosperity is through taking daring and 'risky' initiatives to run and establish your own business and financial trading is one of them. Motivation and achievement Trading is exciting! When you trade you look forward to Monday and you can feel bored over the weekend, unlike most jobs, trading is one of those business where you are self employed, and in control of your actions. I personally like trading because it has allowed me to live in different countries and places like very few freelance jobs can. From an achievement point of view financial trading is just like any other trade business, for example, I have seen people in the import-export, import-distribution and real estate business industry. They have the same personality traits successful stock traders have. More specifically they have the same eye for detail, strict money management ideas and the mindset of the deep, knowledgeable opportunity seeker, adhering to the concept of 'A pessimist sees the problem in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every problem'. Trading ...