Sunday, December 13, 2015



A young girl was walking along a beach upon which thousands of starfish had been washed up during a terrible storm. When she came to each starfish, she would pick it up, and throw it back into the ocean. People watched her with amusement.
She had been doing this for some time when a man approached her and said, “Little girl, why are you doing this? Look at this beach! You can’t save all these starfish. You can’t begin to make a difference!”
The girl seemed crushed, suddenly deflated. But after a few moments, she bent down, picked up another starfish, and hurled it as far as she could into the ocean. Then she looked up at the man and replied, “Well, I made a difference to that one!”
The old man looked at the girl inquisitively and thought about what she had done and said. Inspired, he joined the little girl in throwing starfish back into the sea. Soon others joined, and all the starfish were saved.

Happy Sunday! ❤️🙏🏻

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Friday, November 27, 2015

Traders rules

Four Multi-Millionaire Traders Share Their Thoughts On Trading
“The key is consistency and discipline,” says Richard Dennis who grew $400 into $200,000,000.

"The key is consistency and discipline. I don't think anybody winds up making money in this business because they started out lucky."

For legendary trader Richard Dennis, the importance of being consistent isn't just theory. In 1984, on a bet, Dennis trained 23 individuals off the street to religiously follow a set of trading rules. His point was to provide that discipline was the key to trading success. All but 3 of those beginner traders made over 100% return their very first year of trading and Dennis won his $1,000,000 bet. Consistent discipline is also what is taught in the "Futures in Motion" advisory service.

“It's perseverance” declares Tom Baldwin who started with $25,000 and made untold millions trading upwards of $2 billion dollars a day in T-Bond futures.

"It's perseverance. You don't need any education at all to do it … because it is like any job. If you stand there long enough, you have to pick it up."
By most accounts, Tom Baldwin may be the single largest individual trader in the T-Bond pit and Tom attributes his success to perseverance. This is a principle on which "Futures in Motion" is based. According to Tom, you need no special education to become a super trader. Ken agrees and believes that if you just follow him every day, eventually you have to pick it up.
"It is a happy circumstance that when nature gives us true burning desires, she also gives us the means to satisfy them. Those who want to win and lack skill can get someone with skill to help them."

“Always use stops” recommends Michael Marcus who turned $30,000 into $80,000,000.

"Always use stops. I mean actually put them in, because that commits you to get out at a certain point … to be a competent trader and make money is a skill you can learn."

“Get someone with skill to help” advises Ed Seykota who turned $5,000 into $15,000,000 trading commodities.

Ed Seykota lives on Lake Tahoe and trades from his office overlooking a view of incredible beauty. Ed's living his life exactly as he wants and the gentle philosopher within him wishes you to enjoy the same privilege. To Ed, it's a simple matter; if you have a true burning desire, get someone with skill to help you. Ken Seehusen and the "Futures in Motion" advisory service fits the ticket.

by adam hewison