One of the reasons I write. Thank you readers.

One of the reasons I write. Thank you readers.

I’ve been trading (IBD style) on and off (blew up account – twice) for the last 7 years. I’ve learned most of my lessons the hard way and have struggled thru some tough markets. I’m finally starting to put the pieces together and for the first time I’m on track for a profitable year (knock on wood). I don’t have it all figured out but I am making strides in the right direction. Your blog talks about a lot of the struggles I had to deal with myself and I never had a mentor/group walk me thru my growing pains. It was a tough couple of years and there were times where I thought I couldn’t continue but my passion kept me in it and I honestly think I’ve finally found my “edge” in the market that I can rely on and confidently trade with.

I only recently discovered your blog but as I go thru the archives and read all the valuable information I am just reminded how tough it is in the market without all that valuable information and I want to thank you for taking the time out and generously contributing from your experience. I’m sure I’ll be referencing back to the website as I grow into a more experience trader. My future aspirations are to become a full time trader and I’m slowly but surely taking the steps to get my game to the next level. Keep up the great work. It’s much appreciated!

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