81). Paper trading has limited value.
82). That’s because money on the line activates your emotions.
83). Is there a holy grail? No. Stop looking for it.
84). Small edges taken to the nth – that’s what cuts it.
85). Most advisories make more money advising and less money trading.
86). Many advisories ignore sheer basics such as risk : reward.
87). Advisories are after commission and management fees rather than your long-term benefit.
88). If you’re lookig for an advisory, look hard, and don’t be afraid to keep rejecting till you find someone who knows the game and is not greedy.
89). Everything is out there, for you, for the taking, on the internet.
90). Most of this everything is free, if you just make that extra effort to get it.
91). Disclosure laws are so strict, that you can get into the un*erp*nts of a management today, literally at the speed of thought.
92). Thus, to play the market, any market, all you need is funds, due diligence and a device.
93). Due diligence gives you confidence to hold the line.
94). Funds need to be saved first. What goes into trading is that portion of your savings which you are not going to need – at all, at best.
95). Your device needs to become a seamless extension of you. Work on your device till it becomes that.
96). The best ideas are born in silence.
97). The best ideas are also the simplest in nature.
98). Sophistication is a net-net loser’s game.
99). If you’re doing it right, and if you’re not a day-trader by profession, trading takes up only a small portion of your day.
100). Life has myriads of avenues, trading being one small such aspect. Being a trader doesn’t mean losing out on life’s countless drawing boards. Trade. Fine. Live too, and live well. Do all-round justice to your opportunity.