Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The Dynasty of Rothschild | The Only Trillionaires in the World - Full Documentary

Who is the Richest person in the world? Do you really think your government controls everything? How Rothschild became the richest family in the world? In this documentary video you will the all about Rothschild Family and his biography.
The Rothschild, world kingpins, worth $500 trillion! They own Reuters, AP, and fix the price of gold...
At ToBeFree, I've focused mainly on the Rockefellers, key kingpins in the US, which apparently are secretly worth more than $10 trillion. But the Rothschilds are far more wealthier, and are by many considered the greatest controlling factor worldwide — the kingpins of the world!

In the late '90s, I attended an event in which Gaylon Ross was lecturing. He laid out the big picture for me that has continued to prove true. In addition to speaking about these two families, he laid out the elite's plan to create unions within the continents, and then merge all 5 continents into the one-world government which they control.

Since I heard Gaylon speak and had great discussions with him after that, I've watched time and time again the globalists attempts to unite the Americas. From what I've seen, Skull and Bonesman, President Bush should be considered a traitor for how he handled just this issue alone, doing the bidding of his handlers.

Here is just one tiny aspect of the Rothschild family. Under the surface, the Rothschilds long had a powerful influence in dictating American financial laws. The law records show that they were powers in the old Bank of the United States [abolished by Andrew Jackson].

Rothschild quotes:

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws."

"I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, ...The man that controls Britain's money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the money supply."

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

UFC = Greatest Investment Ever!

UFC was bought $2 Million and sold $4 Billion 16 years later

Is Dana White the greatest investor of all time?

Dana White and the Las Vegas casino magnates, Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta bought the drowning UFC for $2 Million in 2000 and sold it 16 years later for a whopping $4 Billion to WME-IMG Group. 

$2,000,000 X 16 years = $4,000,000,000

2000fold return on inve$tment.

UFC President, genius businessman and promoter extraordinaire Dana White, who remains the man in charge, estimated net worth of $350 Million will most likely takes a jump up. Dana White deserves it! He created a 4 Billion dollars sport after buying only three letters: U.F.C.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Jesse Livermore Rules for Money Management

Text written by Alton Hill co-founder of Tradingsim.com

For all of those who may not know Jesse Livermore, he was one of the greatest traders of the 20th century. He started out in bucket shops and was later able to amass a fortune equivalent to billions of dollars today. Livermore's rules for trading were sound and have sparked interest in the trading community for the last 75+ years. In this article, we are going to discuss the money management rules Jesse Livermore used when trading. These money management principles are just as valid today as they were when the market crashed in 1929.

Rule 1: Don't Lose Money

This is a simple of enough concept right? Well if it was this easy, we all would be millionaires. However, Jesse Livermore is laying out the basic tenet that a "speculator" should do everything in their power to stay in the trading game. So, one should not place all of their funds in one position. Also, it is not in the best interest of a trader to establish their entire position at once. Jesse Livermore believes that traders should enter trades in lots, where you would purchase your first 25% of shares at a pivot point and then continue to add to this position until you are able to take a full stake. The goal here is to add to a position as it goes in your favor, which again will prevent the loss of funds, because if you are wrong you can easily exit the position. This may work well for larger investors, or investors with longer timeframes, but I do not think this will work well for day traders, as this will dramatically increase your trading costs.

Rule 2: Always establish a stop

Jesse Livermore stated that a stop is one of the most important parts of trading. Livermore felt that a stop should be established prior to entering a trade. This stop should take in account for the size of your account and the volatility of the stock you are trading. Livermore's personal rule was that he would not risk more than 10% on any one trade. Livermore also stressed the fact that your stop, if hit should not generate a margin call. He felt that the last thing a trader should do is fund their account for a margin call. This is a recipe for producing massive losses, which is a direct contradiction of Rule#1. Livermore called traders who did not establish stops, "Involuntary Investors". Livermore described involuntary traders as people who buy and hold a stocks in hopes that they will rally. These traders will not sell their stocks for any reason until their targets are met."

Rule 3: Keep cash in reserve

Livermore felt that cash is king. A trader without cash is equivalent to Blockbuster with no movies. Livermore stressed that traders must fight the urge to constantly be in a position. This desire to constantly trade will tie up capital, that should be used for more promising opportunities. So, Jesse Livermore felt that a traders should always keep a portion of their account in cash, so that you are armed to take what the market offers you. Patience is the key to success, not speed.

Rule 4: Let the position ride

This for me is the hardest part of trading. I will at times put on two or more losing trades, which then affects my perception of risk and the market. Then on my fourth trade or so, I will put on a position and close it out right before it gives me a huge gain, because I have been conditioned to now believe that the market is only offering small moves. This part of trading, is proving to be my own personal struggle. Livermore believed that a trader that is able to keep their losses small and let their winners run would ultimately be successful at the game. He felt that if you were right in your position and nothing about the trade told you otherwise, that you should hold that trade as long as possible. Traders should be overly concerned and monitoring losing positions, but with winners, you should just let them run. Now this rule does not have any place for apathy. You should not go out and simply buy and hold a position forever. Remember, even with winners, you still must have a stop in place, do not forget money management Rule #2.

Rule 5: Take the profits in cash

Jesse Livermore felt that after a huge winning trade, you should take 50% of that and place it in cash. This money should be put aside in the bank, hold it in reserve, or lock it up in a safe-deposit box. I do not necessarily agree with this money management rule, because if you treat your investment wins as if they are going to eventually leave you, this must have some affect on your subconscious, which in turn will hurt your profits. I think if you put aside maybe 20% and then treat yourself to a nice dinner or a small shopping spree is better because it provides you positive reinforcements of your trading activities.

It is a shame that Jesse Livermore was unable to follow his own money management rules, because if he had, maybe his life would not have ended so tragically.

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Friday, July 8, 2016

How Jesse Livermore Made and lose Fortunes in the Stock Market

How Jesse Livermore Made Fortunes in the Stock Market

Legendary Trader - Jesse Livermore
Jesse Livermore was a notorious stock market speculator during the first half of the 20th century. He was a major force on Wall St in markets that were plagued by the same hopes and fears as today's. “Reminiscences of a stock operator” in 1923 offers timeless insight and wisdom for traders offered by Livermore. Lessons taught can be applied to today’s markets:
  • Use a system and don’t deviate from it.
  • If a market doesn’t act right do not touch it; being unable to tell precisely what is wrong, means you cannot tell which way the market is going.
  • Don’t blame the market for losses.
  • Do not seek to lure profit back. Quit while the quitting is good- and cheap.
  • A Speculators chief enemy is boredom, don’t seek a trade let the trade seek you.
  • Use money management at all times.
  • Establish a trading plan.
  • Detail and analyse each trade thoroughly.
  • Establish entry and exit points and risk reward ratios.
  • Accept small losses as part of the game.
  • Do not concentrate on breakeven levels when you are losing.
  • Develop a trading plan for every possible situation that might occur.
  • Follow exit plans with rigid discipline.
  • Do not be overly cautious, simple trades are best.
  • Sustain patience; big movements can take a long time.

  • We hope these pearls of wisdom help.

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Thursday, July 7, 2016


An interesting article from: http://supertrader1.blogspot.ca/

Super Trader 1 
Forex trading tools of super trader. Super Traders trade forex based on fact, not feeling. 
Super Trader Secret - Forex Trading Tools

In real world, is there any super trader?

Below is the super trader list and how they turn small amount of money into million dollars in short period of time:

• Arthur Cutten: Turned $1,000 dollars into over $90 million dollars.
Richard Dennis: Turned $400 into $200 million in 10 years.
• Ken Griffin: Started in a dorm room and at 38 is worth $3 billion.
• Dan Zanger: Pyramid $10,775 into $42 million in less than 3 years.
• Michael Marcus: Rolled out a $30,000 account into over $80 million.
Tom Baldwin: Parlayed $25,000 into over $2 billion.
Ed Seykota: Made 250,000 percent return on his account over 16 years.
• Nicolas Darvas: Leveraged $25,000 into $2.25 million in 18 months.
• Michael Lauer: Provided investors with a 50-fold return over 7 years.
• Mark Cook: Registered back to back gains of 563% and 322%.
Jesse Livermore: Traded $500 into $100 million - $0 into $100 million
• Steve Lescarbeau: Averaged 70% return every year.
• Stanley Kroll: Took $18,000 and turned it into a cool million in a year or so.
• David Tepper: Earned more than $2.5 billion for himself in 2009.
• Paul Tudor Jones: Made triple digit returns 5 years in a row. In 2006 he earned $750 million.
• Steve Cohen: Manages billions of dollars & averaged returns of 90% during the past 7 years.
• Mark Minervini: Averaged 220% annual returns in the past five years.
• Bernard Baruch: Became a trading millionaire by the age of thirty-five.
• W.D. Gann: Averaged $1 million per annum over a 50-year trading career.
• Eddie Lampert: Traded his way to a net worth of $3.5 billion while still in his 40s.
• Steven Schonfeld: Put $100,000,000 + in his pocket last year.
• John Burbank: Put $300,000,000 + in his pocket last year.
• George Soros: A survivor of the Battle of Budapest netted $2.9 billion in 2007.
• Larry Fink: Controls more money than Germany has GDP.
• Warren Buffett: Became the 3rd wealthiest person in the world.
Martin Schwartz: Earned $300,000-$500,000 per month day trading the S&P.
• Jim Cramer: Routinely taken home $10 million a year and more.
• Bruce Kovner: Borrowed $3,000 on a credit card and turned it into $2.5 billion.
• Who will be next super trader?

Super trader never trade based on feeling. They trade based on data or fact. They utilize some trading tools to help them make the decision. If you trade based on your feeling, then you are trying your luck. If you have good luck, then you make money and vice versa. Unfortunately, you do not know whether your luck is good or not until the trading result had been come out.

If you want to make money for short period of time only, then you can trade based on your feeling. If you want to make money for long run, then you must trade based on data.

Why Trade Forex

1. Trade 24 Hours
Forex gives traders the opportunity to trade 24 hours. As a forex trader, you can trade at the Monday morning when the Sydney market is open until Friday when the New York market is close. If you are in United States, the forex trading time is from Sunday 5.00pm (ET) until Friday 5.00pm (ET). You can choose your own schedule which is convenient to you to trade.

2. High Levels of Liquidity
Every day there is 3.2 trillion dollars traded. This make forex as the largest financial market in the world. You can buy or sell almost instantaneously.

3. Benefit From Up or Down
You can go long or go short for the currency. In other words, you can buy the currency and sell it later or you can sell it first (although you do not have the currency at that time) and buy back later. Since you can buy or sell, then volatility is trading opportunity.

4. Access To All
A few years back, forex trading is only done by brokers with high commissions. Nowadays, as long as you have internet connection, you can trade forex in your office, home or at the beach. You can even start to trade forex by depositing small amount such as $100.

5. No Commissions
In forex trading, there are no brokerage commissions, government fees and exchange clearing fees. There is only spread which is the difference between the bid / ask price. This make forex as an attractive money making opportunity.

An interesting article from: http://supertrader1.blogspot.ca/

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