I struggled along for three long years. Not making any money, pulling all-nighters to write blog posts that nobody read.
Finally, after beating my head against the wall for years, I decided to make a change in my mindset.
After I did that, I started making friends in the trading community, I started making money with my blog by helping people and I understood my trading mistakes better.
If you want to shave 2, 3 and even 5 years off your learning curve and discover what I had to find out the hard way, then I would like to share my experience with you.
You can be that guy/gal that walks into a party 2 hours late with a killer outfit, the coolest hair and some nice arm candy…
In the blogging world, even brand new blogs can gain readers very quickly if they do one simple thing:
Even if you don’t know how to create value yet, I’ll get to that a little later in this letter.
Understanding how you can improve AND being able to borrow what is already working is soooo much easier than being the very first person to ever start a trading blog.
Because most traders are focused more on trading and not on blogging. Obviously there is nothing wrong with that.
In addition, like I mentioned before, most blogs don’t make any money, so there is no reason for their owners to keep them in tip-top shape.
Therefore, since most trader/bloggers treat their blog as a hobby, it is that much easier to carve out a unique niche on the internet.
Since the only ethical way to make money is to provide something of value that others are willing to trade for cash, it comes down to figuring out how to help people.
My course will provide simple and fun exercises to systematically dig deep and discover ways to help people.
Contrary to what you see in movies like “Wolf of Wall Street” or “Boiler Room”, I have personally discovered that traders are some of the funniest, most straightforward, honest and interesting people on earth…
They are on my Skype contact list. I have their personal email addresses. I even have a couple of mobile phone numbers.
Now, I’m not saying that I pester these traders all the time because that’s not cool and you shouldn’t do it either.
But if I do have a quick question, or want to work with them or just grab a drink, I know EXACTLY how to contact them.
But above all else, I also value the friendship of some of these people because they are some of the coolest people I have ever met.
A trading blog can also help traders be more accountable for their trading results. Blogging about trades helps traders concentrate on trades…not other things that don’t matter…like TV.
How have you gotten into jobs, businesses or hobbies in the past? You hung around people who where doing these things.
Maybe your Uncle Bob’s entire portfolio consists of those 50 shares of General Electric that he bought in the 1970’s, or perhaps your co-worker tried Forex trading last year and blew out his account.
They are probably great people, but not the best role models when it comes to becoming a successful trader.
A blog can help you attract people who are making a living trading or others who share your level of dedication.
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