More on QE – Part 2

14 November, 2010

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More on QE – Part 1

14 November, 2010

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Quantitative Easing Explained

14 November, 2010

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Manifestation Formula

13 November, 2010

This is a powerfully simple manifestation technique:

1: I choose…

…where you choose what you want

2: I surrender the how, when, where, what, why this will be achieved and I open to Divine Solutions

…where you believe in allowing The Universe to weave its supportive magic

3: I am grateful that what I chose has happened…

…where you describe (in the past tense) your goals having been attained

As an example here is one of my goals for 2011 stated using this technique:

  1. I choose the perfect sabatical trip for my family in 2011
  2. I surrender the how, when, where, what, why this will be achieved and I open to Divine Solutions
  3. It’s the end of 2011 and I am reflecting on how wonderful our trip to celebrate Emma’s sabatical was. We all experienced a different culture and a lot of sun and fun. I am so grateful for the comfortable flights and the magnificent home we spent a month away enjoying. The boys loved all our attention and that from our home help. I’m so thankful for all the divine intervention and synchronicity that helped us on our way.

Simple…

You can use Mind Movies or Vision Boards as an aid to bring the goals to life and install them further into your psyche and raise your vibration levels. You could use www.getfutured.ning.com to record what you want as if you already had it.

While on the journey towards the goals two hints to turbo charge achieving what you want:

  1. At any moment you are ‘in the process’ of moving towards your goal. Even when it feels like you are moving backwards. Stay positive and believe that every outcome is a step closer to the achievement of your goal.
  2. Every day notice (write down) with gratitude all those  moments/people that have taken you towards your goal.

Law of Attraction – Michael Losier will give you even more ideas for staying on the path.

Napolian Hill – The God Father of self development literature.

Earl Nightingale – another perspective.

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Trading Business a-ha!

15 October, 2010

On reviewing my September trading it has come to me that by designing a discretionary day-trading system with a requirement that I sit with perfect psychology, analyse charts and place trades for 90 minutes I have designed myself ONTO the factory floor.

Successful business owners have a strategy for releasing themselves from the day to day ‘manufacture’ of the profits their business generates not the other way round. Cash Flow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki explains this concept as a move from employed/self-employed status to business owner and investor status. Well worth reading.

I have been developing the ES system for a year and it didn’t dawn on me that I would be shackling myself to the manufacture of profits. This is probably more obvious on a down month than an up month but never the less requires a conscious decision to be made regarding whether one wants ones returns to be proportional to the time put into ones work… I had not consciously made this decision and now that I am asking myself whether I want this arrangement… I don’t.

At my present level of trading skill it is more effective for me to develop mechanical signal and position sizing systems that are traded for me than attaining a level of day-trading skill that require I sit and repeat the same actions each day.

So. For now. The ES 90 Minute system is on hold.

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