The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me!

I made a decision of my life, I quit working and start trading business, along with real estate. Now I am able to manage my own time, even though sometimes it seems I work for more than ten hours straight.

The blog is my journal, I will post what I am doing with the stocks on the market and post my comments on what I think about where we are heading.

As I posted above at the top of the page this blog is entirely my opinion, stock and strategy selection are to be taken with a grain of salt, and if you decide to follow them, then you do it at your own risk.

Even though I take calculated risks, it’s still a risk, and sometimes it does feel I am throwing darts in the dark, backwards.


Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton



  1. Good luck on your journey and with your investments. I noted you checked out my blog so I checked out yours. There are two differences that I can see. You left your job, whatever it was, to gain independence to do as you please. CONGRATULATIONS … I retired after serving clients for 42 years as a financial advisor. Since I was never an employee of a company I’ve always had my independence. The second difference I noted in one of your blogs is that your trades are paper trades … Whereas mine are real. Good luck to you and let’s stay in touch.

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    • Thank you Jerry Nix! Getting independence was one of major decisions of my life, I am glad I took the opportunity. I learned to trade during bullish period, and now I am getting baptizing by fire with the correction we are going through. Generally I am optimistic about the market, but this current trend makes me think critically, and make very quick decisions. I will be reading your blog regularly to get better understanding of where the economy and markets are.


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