There are a lot of haters in the world.
That’s something you better get used to during your trading journey.
I know how to tune out the haters.
But for new traders, it can be tough.
Especially because most of the “hate” comes from the people who love us the most. Usually, it’s from our parents.
When I started trading, my parents thought I’d lose ALL my money in the market. They thought it would be a good lesson for me.
I proved them wrong.
My most recent millionaire student, Andrew Nguyen, had a similar experience.
He signed up for the Challenge to understand volatile stock trading. His mom thought it was a scam.
Here’s the interesting part: She had the right attitude.
Volatile stocks are risky to trade if you don’t understand the price action. Andrew’s mom was just looking out for him.
Luckily, Andrew got support from his father and he continued to learn. I met Andrew’s parents a few weeks ago, and his mom has since changed her opinion about trading.
Check out my post below …
Trust me, whatever hate you experience during your trading career, we’ve all been through it.
There’s STILL a reality TV episode out there that I starred in. And it tears me to shreds, hahaha.
Keep reading and I’ll tell you about it.
There are profit opportunities RIGHT NOW for small-account traders. Don’t let the haters get to you.
Season 2, episode 10.
The story goes: I brought some of my trading students out on a chartered yacht.
- I like to treat hardworking students.
- I was looking for publicity early on in my teaching career.
The reality TV show, Below Deck, is focused on the lavish lifestyle of the rich and the hijinks the yacht crew gets up to while on the high seas.
I approached it as an opportunity to teach students while showing them the benefits of a successful trading career.
And obviously, we were balling out on a yacht with a film crew.
But the boat’s WiFi was awful. And as a mentor trying to teach students, it really frustrated me.
That’s what the producers focused on during the episode. Thus, I was dubbed the worst guest to appear on Below Deck.
There are still people who use that episode to make content. Check out the recent Instagram post below …
And it’s true: To this day I’m STILL looking for the best WiFi, haha. Look at my recent post from Hong Kong…
Ultimately, this search for WiFi is part of my overall trading process.
I like to travel. And sometimes my adventures take me to remote parts of the world where WiFi might be an issue.
Interestingly enough: That helps me profit.
I’ll explain …
My students and I use the 7-Step Framework to track the market’s hottest runners.
Within that framework, there are multiple profit angles.
Here’s what that means:
There are a lot of different ways to profit in the stock market.
My students and I follow the same trading process. But most of the time we don’t trade the same stocks at the same time.
Traders have to find what works for them.
It depends on things like …
- How you interpret the market.
- What makes the most sense to you.
- Which plays are the most popular when you start trading.
- How much time you have to trade.
Personally, I’m prone to over-trading.
That’s why crappy WiFi helps me profit.
If I CAN’T trade, I’m less likely to screw up. I know it sounds a little nuts. But that’s what works for me.
Let’s return to my Below Deck example. I responded to the recent Instagram video about it …
I still have this trade logged from 2014. I track ALL of my trades.
Haters are going to hate.
The truth is: There are REAL profit opportunities in this market.
Look to my millionaire students, guys like:
- Tim Grittani $13.5 million in recorded trading profits.
- Jack $12.4 million.
- Matt $1.9 million.
- Roland $1.1 million.
- Bryce $1 million.
- Mariana $1 million.
If you’re interested in this niche, join our next trading livestream.
There’s a process for success in this niche.
And no matter what the haters say, my cohort of millionaire students continues to grow.
You can listen to the naysayers. Or you can trudge toward profits.
I share all my trades every day.
Study the process and things will start to click.