Today while working on a VERY important project my power went out.
There I was, in the dark wondering what the heck was going on.
I went outside to check to see if it was just me or not, and I found out real quick that it was just me.
The power guy was there to cut the power for non-payment.
This was the first time in nearly 8 years this has happened.
I was shocked.
So I called up the power company to find out what was going on and it took me 30 minutes to get a hold of someone just for them to send me to an automated system.
Tried to pay the bill, and got denied twice saying that the card was declined.
Now I knew something was wrong.
After more than 2 hours…In the end, it all came down to the power company having the wrong expiration date for my card.
And their system continuing to change my expiration when trying to do it manually.
A simple issue that cost me hours and hours of frustration.
How often are you frustrated at something and come to realize it wasn't your fault in the first place?
Like when your stop gets hit out of nowhere like if the broker purposely hit it just to take you out of the trade.
First off…that was not your broker doing that….well, most of the time it isn't.
And second, while it wasn't your fault, you CAN do something about it.
The way to do something about it (in this case) is to figure out through research HOW the big guys think and what they are doing.
Easier said than done, right?
It's actually quite easy…I actually teach you how the big guys think and what they actually do and look for.
I teach a ton of institutional traders at big banks and hedge funds, so I know exactly what they do.
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