Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says, “I’ll try again tomorrow.”

Video – How To Make Better Trading Decisions

This is a really interesting webinar that Steve presented for on Thursday 8th March on the topic of Making Better Trading DecisionsThe timing was excellent as he had just completed a 3 week tour of the UK and Asia presenting to over 60 funds on the same topic!

The webinar takes a coaching perspective and offers some guidance on how to improve your decisions through understanding more about what a good decision is, how you make a decision and the factors that affect them; increasing your awareness of how you make decisions, when they are better or worse and developing situational awareness or mindfulness; and finally offers 5 practical approaches to improving your decision making.

You can access the webinar recording by clicking here:

Solution Focused

It should only be talked about if the talking will make you feel better. It is of no value, ever, to activate and talk about something that doesn’t feel good, because it reactivates it in your vibration; it makes it another point of your point of attraction so you’re less clear.

In other words, when you focus upon the problems of others, you diminish your ability to help them. People believe that you’ve got to focus upon the problem in order to find a solution. And we say, no solution ever comes forth – it’s never inspired; you never recognize it, and you are never able to facilitate or achieve it – from your place of focusing on the problem. They are two entirely different vibrations. If you have someone who has many things going wrong and one thing going right, beat the drum of what’s going right, and let that be your point of attraction. If you focus upon their problems, you achieve vibrational harmony with something other than the Source that gives you solution.

— Abraham (Esther and Jerry Hicks – The Law Of Attraction)

Excerpted from the workshop in San Diego, CA on Saturday, August 23rd, 2003 # 349


Loss Reframe

“Some people say, “I can’t sell that stock because I’d be taking a loss.

If the stock is below the price you paid for it, selling doesn’t give you a loss; you already have it.”

—William O’Neill, Founder, Investor’s Business Daily

Beware of Etrade Account Hackers

In case you haven’t heard about it as yet that there is a security breach for E-Trade Trading accounts!

“ASIC believes the attacks are organised, but has yet to determine how the hackers are obtaining client’s passwords. The hackers pillage the accounts by engaging in trades that lose clients money. ASIC is co-operating with international authorities to trace preceeds reaped by the other party in … ” unfortunately I can’t read the rest of the article anymore sorry…!!!

Well, it could also be a great excuse for my not so flash performance last week!! It wasn’t me who had that losing trade, it was those hackers! Really! I swear! 🙂

The Problem is that e-Trade says it is the responsibility of the account holder to keep passwords safe and will not reimburse any losses caused by this security breach…

Wish you all a fabulous Australia Day and yes, Gung Hey Fat Choi – Happy Chinese New Year