Slightly dubious article on BBC news website on haggling over holiday price, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25982236, however interesting point at the beginning on holiday summer bookings being up 20% on this time last year, doesn't show the source but with the UK slowly becoming more like Atlantis, wouldn't surprise me and that can only be good news for tcg hopefully :-)
I first found and read this article a year ago, after I had been "investing" for about 15 months. I wish I had read it before I started. I read it every now and again to remind myself ... And will again this morning.
It's a wee bit dated now and relates a lot to trading, but the underlying principle is there for you to take out should you wish.
Be patient where you can. I have learned that many boats come into the harbour for one to sail away on!
"It's incredible to think where we've come in the last year – it's a really good story," Stoehr comments, stating that the company hopes to move into the FTSE 100 in 2014. The GC – who aside from his duties is studying for his English law qualification – may have only been part of the resuscitation of Thomas Cook, but he is reflective of a much-needed optimism at a company that has stared down imminent collapse and rebounded
HI Riz. I have visited the `london stock exchange and also attend a few seminars of both investors and traders. I have studied hard many of the methods that really make a good trader, but I am not a trader myself in that sense. I am not a successful investor even, not yet! but what I am is a disciplined investor, allowing my total portfolio to increase around 3% per month on average.
There are far and few great traders around. They have constant attention to their screens, and have direct market access to order books. They have vip accounts with the minimal trading frees, and fast executions. They go long and short... the greatest traders recognise a stock worth shorting, even when the majority are buying in long. They are unemotional to the point they won't even get excited by any big wins.
The successful trader is shrewd, extremely disciplined and are not distracted by bulletin boards. They are almost stealthed in what they do. They keep the sector or industry they trade in small but know absolutely everything about their chosen sector/industry. They have studied maybe 5 - 10 constant high volume shares..nothing else. They study the way the share price moves each day. They overlap fundamentals with their own unique technical analysis trading styles. They do not really share there trading secrets either.
I have met only one successful trader and in real life (Not Robbie Burns). Which is not surprising since only 2% of all traders make any money.
Honestly, I thought using Asian language (or English as my 42nd Lnaguage), I may have offended you (due to misinterprtation), Silly me I did not come back to ask if i had offended you but you got bigger heart to ask for apology.
Knowing now you are a grandad, t may be not by age but surely by status. Hence, in my culture , as you may know, poeple with higher status/title do not apologise over trivials. So please take it back, you owe me nothing. You are better person by heart and nature. I guess you are a horse/ox in chinease astrolgoy.
As I said on this/other board. I am full time worker with extented network, so i am the weakest link on this and five other boards. I do not read or respeond regularly, hence miss clues, but just chip in with the latest posts. Baaki Sab kher hai. :-D
Shoki , you are such a smooth talker , nice to hear from you , actually i owe you an apology , i meant to come back to you on FGP the other day when you messaged me, but i had to go out at the time and forgot when i came back , sorry mate :-)
Miss G, There is not a such thing 'Purple , yellow or blue fire in Chinease Zodiac '. But Fire only, and knowing you as much i do via your post, you do relate to fire element i.e Smart, Clever, diplomatic, law abiding but firm. Nice to know you. :-D
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