Thursday, March 16, 2017

FBMKLCI
Last year around mid 2016, an experienced trader and a novice were commenting "Wh would you be in the stock market when you can meke tons of $ from futures?" Loosely translated, "We don't have the capital needed to play the stock market"

In trading/investing, we are just accountable to ourselves, nothing is right or wrong only what works. Traders who make statements such as the above are not only naive but fail to see the wood for the trees, notwithstanding the fact that they don't have much capital, despite "making tons of money..."

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