I've Been a Naughty Boy This Week

LeoFinance
2 months ago
2 Min Read
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Direct from the desk of Dane Williams.



Hey team,

So I've been a naughty boy this week.

I knew what I was doing was wrong, but it didn't stop me.

What's the harm I thought.

Loaded up on meme coins and joke stocks because the internet told me that there was quick money to be made.

Why am I bringing this up?

Well in times like these, it's mighty simple to get caught in the hype and to go after that quick buck.

Quick.

Simple.

Close your eyes and hit the buy button without a stop loss type of quick buck.

And hey, who knows...

Maybe you do make a killing this time.

I mean I've shared my thinking behind why there's probably still money to be made in Dogecoin.

But here's the thing.

Trading isn't meant to be gambling.

You're not meant to be a degenerate punter, you're meant to trade like the house.

If you're after the rush of a gamble, don't buy fucking Dogecoin.

Go down to the casino instead and take advantage of the free drinks on offer.

Free Vodka Red Bulls while having a laugh is much more fun than reading the opinions of dipshits on Twitter.

Do it.

For me however, I'm here to make a living from the markets.

And as a result, my little punting session with meme coins and anti establishment stock market plays has come to and end.

It's been fun.

But in my case, entirely unnecessary.

You see, I've spent the last decade truly honing my skillset as a forex trader.

A skillset that allows me to generate money from the markets, almost on demand.

It's a slow, boring, repetitive grind.

But when you jump on board a winning position and are able to add into momentum to really hit a home run, there's no better feeling.

It's like the market is rigged in my favour.

So instead of loading up on Dogecoin, I will continue to grind.

Receiving a predictable return on my predictable risk.

And while it doesn't have the sexy aura on Twitter, I cetainly appreciate the consistency.

So while you're here...

If you want to read the basis of how I trade, check out my simple forex support and resistance trading strategy which I've published for free on LeoFinance.

Best of probabilities to you,

Dane.



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