Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Trading for Everyone by Adam Hamilton (Part 11)

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The bottom line is everyone should trade stocks. The most obvious reason is for the financial rewards, the financial independence this pursuit ultimately yields. But the crucible of trading also forges many awesome traits that greatly enrich your entire life. It forces you to learn and grow your brain, it demands strict emotional control. It creates discipline, honor, integrity, responsibility, diligence, and perseverance.

While sticking with trading will almost certainly make you rich eventually, the journey is truly more rewarding than the destination. You will see the world differently once you start trading stocks, everything will become more interesting. You will feel liberated and empowered. Life in general will be better as trading forces you to nurture your good traits while starving your destructive ones. And it is never too late or too early to start.

Adam Hamilton, CPA

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