Pre-Market Checklist – Futures
Futures – Sideway, Bullish or Bearish Everyday before the market open, most of the traders will have a pre-market checklist to go thru. For me, the first ones in my checklist is the Futures. It will give me some initial sentiment of the market when it open. I will look at the index Futures of all the main indexes which are DJIA, S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000. One of my favorite free website which I can have one glance of all the futures I needed is Finviz.com – Futures under Futures. And what I like from this is the one glance of the futures of Indexes, Energy, Commodity and Currencies. From the futures, it will prepare me whether my focus on Go Long, Go Short or Do Nothing when the market open. Of course, to survive in this business we need to be Flexible as the direction of the market can change at anytime and we have to reverse our trades or strategy accordingly.
Commitment is a promise that we make to someone or ourselves. Imagine you have a friend that always break his promise to you. Will you still trust him? To most people, the trust will be broken. Now back to ourselves, if we have commit / promise to do certain things and yet we never do it, eventually will you still trust yourself? Can you now see the danger or risk of breaking our commitment / promise to ourselves? So from now on, keep our commitment / promise and together we will improve our life.
Same Time, Difference Place
On last dinner gathering with some friends, below are one of the dishes that we could’t not finish it due to too full. After all of us (9 of us) have taken our portion, it still left half the pot. I wish I can eat more, so there is no food wastage but I really could not take any more. At that moment, I was thinking to myself, at that moment, at that time, there are other people in different places that are in hunger, that are so wish to have rice to eat. And yet, we have so much unfinished food. Minimize food wastage and always feel Grateful that we have food on the table and stop being picky about food.
How I learned to Read and Trade Stocks in Prison
Curtis “Wall Street” Carroll, the guy that famous with his stock picking prowess which he learnt during his days in prison. He don’t even know how to read, but yet he managed to learnt it at age 20/21 in prison, and he felt good with the new ability. He is one of the very good example of once a person have make a REAL DECISION on what he / she wanted to do, nothing can stop it. Listen to his story below where he speak at the TED.
How I Achieved Success with NLP by Adam Khoo
Do watch the video if you want to find out how Adam Khoo using NLP technique to achieved his success.
Everyone Deserve A Better Life, A Happy Life Below are my contribution for year 2017 Unicef Malaysia – MYR 50 on 24 January 2017 Unicef Malaysia – MYR 100 on 06 May 2017 Unicef Malaysia – MYR 100 on 21 October 2017 Donated book to Yayasan Kanak Kanak Chow Kit thru Big Bad Wolf on 7th December 2017
The Richest Man In Babylon
The Richest Man In Babylon Summary This book was written by author George S. Clason and a common book that many mentors will recommend you to read. And yes, it was recommended by my mentor, Adam Khoo. Below are what I have learnt from each chapters of The Richest Man In Babylon. Chapter 1: The Man Who Desired Gold "A Part Of All You Earn Is Yours To Keep" PAY YOURSELF FIRST, at least 10% of your monthly income Make the 10% saving of your money WORK FOR YOU REINVEST the profit / return ADVICE IS FREE and dangerous, thus ask the advice from the right person. If you want to start a business, ask advice from a businessman and not your friend whose does not own a business Start SOONEST OPPORTUNITY is only for PREPARED man Chapter 2: Seven Cures For A Lean Purse Start the purse to fattening Start to keep at least 10% of your income Control the expenditure Two type of expenses: Necessary and Desired Should not spend more than 90% of our income for Necessary expenses, and […]
Hiking Broga Hill
The first time I went to Broga Hill was 5 years ago, and I only managed to reach the 1st peak. As the journey was too tiring :p Today, I went to Broga Hill for the second time after so many years. Again, I wanted to stop at the 1st peak as it was tiring. But thanks to our hiking team lead, SCS that he keep motivate me and make me move on to the 2nd peak and finally the last peak 🙂 Beside SCS, I will also need to thanks to others friends that been thru it together to the top. Compare to the first time I came, there was not many people at that time. Today, the parking in the palm oil estate was full of cars and got to pay parking which costs RM 2 per entry. There are also stalls that selling drinks and simple foods with one stall selling shirts. It is like so commercial already. Below are some of the images captured with my Sony Xperia smartphone. Will this Broga Hill hiking is the start […]