Know how I’m always preaching and yelling that people should be more transparent with the posting of ALL their gains/losses? After all, gains are fun to keep track of and losses serve to help EVERYONE learn so it’s a clear win/win…
The problem is 90%+ of traders lose money and yet 90% of those who post on financial message boards and websites claim to be profitable.
Why the disconnect?
It’s simple: THOSE WHO CONSTANTLY CLAIM PROFITS WITHOUT ANY PROOF OR VERIFICATION ARE LYING THROUGH THEIR DEGENERATE TEETH.
But considering I once turned $12k into $2 million in 4 years, have now detailed in 2,000+ blog posts over the past 2.5 years how I’ve grown my $12,415 Thinkorswim account into $125,000, solidifying my position as the #1 ranked trader out of 45,000+ on Covestor, the only website that verifies all trades/account performance, academic studies have shown how I have won 75% of the time on my trades (although according to the penny stock regulation impaired SEC past performance is not indicative of future returns) and perhaps most importantly, I lay out every last detail of my proven trading strategy in and 4 , I gotta believe when my and subscribers publicly post $1.1+ million in gains in 2009, I gotta believe my subscribers have followed my lead and learned to tell the truth and nothing but.
When I don’t get behind (as happens sometimes…especially lately), you can see all my profits/losses on www.timothysykes.com/tim (my mom knew what I was destined to do so she named me TIM, which is short for Transparent Investment Management)…and always on the right hand side of this site (that’s far easier to update) and I created .com to allow both monthly and annual to leave their honest reviews of my 4 newseltters (you can see dozens upon dozens of reviews HERE and HERE)
Long story short, I want ALL of my subscribers to post their daily gains/losses in the comments section of this post….if all goes well, it’ll get to be one giant list of transparency….please bookmark this post and share your daily results openly and honestly…if you’re embarrassed or introverted, feel free to use a screen name, the key to this idea’s success is simple sharing your trading results accurately.
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