This doesn't necessarily mean rolling in untold amounts of money, indeed, many have more simplistic goals:
→ paying the mortgage off early,
→ having accessible funds to buy things you want without thinking too hard about it,
→ taking an overseas holiday each year or
→ not working for someone else or doing the 9-5 routine.
You can choose your desired goals and outcomes. It's completely up to you.
If you’re looking for a clever and calculated way to flip the fear and uncertainty of stock market trading and investing on its head...and turn it into a profitable endeavour...read on...
We've all heard that trading should be operated as a business. The job of a business owner is to design systems so that the business can run either on its own, or with minimal input from the owner or employees - like McDonalds.
Being the business owner, however, means it's your job to design and implement those systems. It's a well known fact that many of the world's top traders and hedge fund managers use systems.
David Harding, founder of UK based Winton Capital Management and who, at age 55, has a personal fortune of US$1.5 billion and is irrefutable proof system trading works¹.
David Druz, CEO of Tactical Investment Management, who has turned every $100,000 into $3,471,446 since 1995².
Jim Simons, an American mathematician and code breaker, who earned $1.5 billion in 2005, $1.7 billion in 2006 and $2.8 billion in 2007 as founder of mega hedge fund Renaissance Technologies³.
They all developed rules, or repetitive tasks if you like, that are proven to work and enable much of the human emotion to be removed from day to day operations.
This is where computer programs merge with the trading world and is the basis of the Trading Systems Mentor Course.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of books, courses and available systems that you can pick from right now. But why is it that with so much on offer there still exists a huge gap between those that are truly successful and those that constantly struggle to be profitable traders?
Simply put - the strategy they follow or the system they buy doesn't fit their personality, beliefs, goals, risk appetite or lifestyle.
But that now changes.