Do I train people … ? Depends …

7/8/2017 – I’ve been so lucky over the past 12 years to have the opportunity to make an investment in training w/ people who have been in the market for decades. It’s been a humbling yet fascination journey.

For whatever reason, I found the path to ‘leading indicators’ and ‘vibrations’ and ‘music’ to understand – FOR ME (note bold and all capitals) – what is driving the market.

There are a number of reasons for this ..but, one of the main reasons is I have never taken a fundamentally based economics or business course.  NEVER.  So, when I was learning I brought no bias to the chart that consisted of price and time.  Honestly, when I even try to comprehend what the fundamental analysis dudes/dudettes are doing it simply confuses me – big time.  I think “those people are way smarter than me.”  No kidding, I believe that ANYONE who has made a successful trade (and by that I mean you came up w/ a thesis, acted on that thesis and had a stop out point)  had the conviction to take risk. A successful trade is one that you execute your plan – doesn’t matter if it’s a positive or negative trade.  You acted on your plan.

I used to try and make people BELIEVE that everything is vibration and the biggest vibration in the world was the masses and their fear and greed expectations. Over time I realized that the methodology I learned was certainly not even close to being accepted by the masses.  So, I quietly go about my business.

So, to the subject of this blog … if someone reads this book and cant’ put it down then email me.  If you HATE IT and it DOESN’T resonate then don’t try to learn what I do.  You either understand/resonate w/ this or you don’t.  It’s that simple …

Author: BART

BART is a CMT and an expert a "advanced" pattern recognition used w/in the intermarket analysis discipline. He's also an accomplished Business Development Executive providing solutions to a myriad of business markets.

3 thoughts on “Do I train people … ? Depends …”

    1. Eddie, get the book mentioned in the blog and read it. If you really like it and resonate w/ it then hit me back up. If you don’t like the book, then don’t try to learn these methodologies. Thanks for reaching out. 🙂 Bart

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