Never Stop - 3 The Mind Game The first few months seriously tested my patience and made me doubt my decision to go full time. There was no way back though, I had made the decision to make the jump and I wasn't ready to chicken out now. One source of stress was the fact that I needed to get used to not having a constant income. I was eating into my cash reserve whilst not making any money, and I didn't have a contingency plan for my contingency plan … if that makes sense?
Never Stop - 2 The Bounce One of the key things that helped me steer myself away from the landslide of the junior market, from handing my money to the Market and continuously failing, was taking full responsibility. I had to be accountable for my actions. I decided to take time off, sit down and write what I was doing, noted the reasons I made the losses and highlighted what was and what wasn't working. If I wanted to start making money from the market, I had to stop doing wh
Never Stop - 1 How it all Started If you are experienced or even new to the market, you will all agree that the market has a habit of knocking you down and making you shut your mouth. It will beat you to the floor then grab you by your ears and drag you back to school from time to time. Nevertheless, we all love the markets, we all keep going back to them because we still have hope that we can make money and we keep pursuing that dream, but also we know there are many ways, s