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If you are like most people, there are two things in life that you refuse to let someone separate you from your children or your money. Perhaps because deep down we know everything else can be replaced to a certain extent. What if I told you that dealing with Wall Street is just like dealing with your children? Would you think I’m nuts? Let me explain.
You have seen children create games from time to time. Then during the game rules start to be changed. You may have even been playing these games with your children or grandchildren when all of a sudden they change the rules on you. Of course most parents don’t mind these rule changes, and play along. Consequently, we usually loose the game due to these rule changes. After a while, we tend to start asking the rules before we jump into playing these kids games. Should the rules continue to change, we may play less and less. Some people take a win at all cost approach while others make sure their children win every time. Most fall somewhere in the middle, willing to play as long as they know the rules.
There is absolutely no difference between this approach and Wall Street. They create, market and sell their game. Once the game is going and investors are playing, the rules change. Investors may or may not be informed of these changes. Similarly to playing children games, you don’t have a chance to win if you do not know the rules. You just want to have a level playing field as an investor.
Does your radar go off when you see trading systems or newsletter that tout near perfection in stock selection? How about claiming to double your portfolio every year? Sure it does, as you know something is not right. However, deep down you believe solid annual returns should absolutely be attainable.
I am hear to tell you that you are correct, strong returns are attainable every year. No one system or person is perfect. If this was the case, everyone would trade stocks all day and have a lot of money. It just does not work that way.