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Sep252012

22 Business Building Tips For Emini Futures Traders

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This Emini Podcast is an excerpt from the final hour of our daily broadcast on Monday Sept. 24, 2012. The information is timeless. Whether you're brand new to Emini Futures Trading or an old salt who walks with a limp, there's something here for everyone. Simply left click the headphones above to stream the Podcast, or right click and download to your desktop or mp3 player. As always you can subscribe to our Podcast via iTunes.

 

22 Business Building Tips For Emini Futures Traders

#1) Tweets / Why important areas are almost always tested.

#2) How to use our Blog table of contents.

#3) Does "always" anything exist in the world of trading?

#4) Reasonable expectations from your trading business.

#5) How to deal with losing trades.

#6) Aggressive risk management.

#7) Stinkin' Thinkin'!

#8) Trading, Baseball and the 4 Minute Mile.

#9) Taking orders from the market instead of giving them.

#10) Understanding the ATR and using it to improve your trading.

#11) Price Channels including the recent failed breakout on the daily chart.

#12) How to explain "never" in the world of trading.

#13) Important candlestick patterns.

#14) How to run scans for individual equities.

#15) The How, When, and Why of Increasing Contracts.

#16) A blueprint for your business without blowing up your account.

#17) The power of compounding.

#18) The simulator door swings both ways.

#19) Clever brain vs. Lizard brain.

#20)Why Burt and Leslie are willing to help you when your own broker won't or can't.

#21) Why we only reccomend one fiirm - Daniels Trading.

#22) Dewayne writes checks that Burt has to cover.

 

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DeWayne,

Stayed on for the approximately hour and fifteen minutes of additional "value added" benefit of the radio broadcast Monday afternoon. Went back and re-listened to it yesterday between the radio broadcast close and Robin's seminar/webinar. Re-listening to the Emini Podcast from 25 September 2012 posted at 11:33 P.M. (assume that was Pacific time) last night --- now...

Good stuff brother, exceedingly good stuff!!!!

Obviously, you generated a diligent amount of cerebral activity just to put together the Twenty-Two Business Building Tips... It would appear that you also went back and re-listened to the additional "value added" benefit of the radio broadcast from Monday afternoon, that is unless that you have a photographic memory (which I certainly am curious regarding --- do you have a photographic memory????) --- Well, thank you for caring and thank you for going to the effort --- Kudos to you, accolades and a tip of the hat...

In Robin's Webinar, on her website "How To Survive A Trading Blowup" where you and Michael B. and Burt were also presenting, Robin offered commentary that in order to "really get it" (at least a reasonable level of comprehension, never mind a serious level of comprehension) one would have to go back over the material presented in the seminar/webinar at least seven times and then she quoted researched statistics regarding comprehension and retention... Seems about right to me. Suppose that such might be likened to going to the seashore and writing something important in the sand where it can then be washed over by the rising tides, winds, and vagaries of... as opposed to going through the greater effort of actually mixing cement and writing it there where it might endure...

Want to thank you for the time and effort that you put in and for all that you make available so that those who want to "get it," go over "it" seven or more times, and come to really comprehend and understand "it" actually can... So Thank You!!!! Do definitely appreciate "it."

On a lighter note, now that you have raised the expectation, it will indeed be a disappointment if you do not actually sing "Danny Boy." Sad to admit, I got lost in your Rock The Kasbah metaphor from Friday's writing and was confused as to whether you were suggesting that we should contribute to the annual gala fundraiser co-hosted by Sir Richard Branson and his mother Eve Branson; or that you wanted us to listen to/watch Rock The Casbah by The Clash ---http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bn1Ca8izXto or that you were suggesting that we should read Robin Wright's book http://www.amazon.com/Rock-Casbah-Rebellion-Islamic-concluding/dp/1439103178/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1348665524&sr=1-1&keywords=rock+the+casbah for greater insights regarding the goings on in the Middle East --- also occurred to me that you might have been forecasting that the Fighter Pilot Traders were going to bomb the soybean market and that prices would fall further. Nonetheless, I now have a picture of Al Green scratching his head stuck in my head complete with concomitant lyrics --- this is appropriate since I often scratch my head trying to keep up with you guys regarding the market recaps during the radio show. :-)

Well, do absolutely appreciate your passion, time, effort, transparency, and it seems to me that you guys really do care --- which indeed is remarkable (worthy to be remarked regarding) considering what is out there and what is the standard "Bill of Fare."

But to be totally honest and transparent myself --- here's what has impressed me the most:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiAh3lYo6k4&feature=player_embedded

Thank you for presenting this --- incredible something to think long and deeply about...

So the proverbial tip of the hat to you and see you later,

FJB

Oct 3, 2012 at 0:14 | Unregistered CommenterFJB

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