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Shares of Snap (NYSE:SNAP), the parent company of Snapchat, started off the year on a high note as they climbed a staggering 28% in February. But the good times didn't last long for the social media company as shareholders dumped the stock throughout the year following fears that the company is losing users.
The nearly yearlong decline in share prices has left Snap's stock down 55%, and the company's failure to significantly grow its customer base means that there's little hope that prices will rebound anytime soon.
Snap is still a young company, and it should solidly be in user-growth mode right now. The fact that it isn't is a troubling sign. It has fallen victim to Facebook's Instagram, which has successfully copied many of Snapchat's once-unique features -- and has grown by leaps and bounds doing so. That's left Snap trying to find its place in the social media space while users slowly fall away.
I don't expect much of a turnaround for this company anytime soon, especially when you consider that Instagram can easily replicate nearly any new feature Snap releases for its Snapchat app. In fact, some Snap shareholders have started a class action lawsuit against the company, claiming that Snap didn't spell out the risks it faced from competitors like Instagram. Making matters worse, the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are now looking into whether Snap misled investors about its competition.
All of which means 2019 is shaping up to be another rough year for Snap and its shareholders.
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I hope you already understand the importance of having goals in life. So, I won’t start quoting Tony Robbins for you, but I will mention some specifics that help you set realistic goals to help your trading.
Ok. Seriously now.
Keep a trading journal
Every time you open and close a position, you must make an entry in your journal. Note down the criteria used to enter and exit the trade as well as any observations made along the way. When you write it down, not only are you creating an invaluable resource for you to measure and track your progress, but you’re training your brain to think mechanically, which is the most important part of trading.
Never set a growth goal!
I often see new traders targeting a set number of pips per day, or a certain percentage return per month, however, You can’t take more than the market will give you. Sometimes the best trading decision you make is waiting. Setting yourself a defined growth goal will force you to trade in unfavourable conditions.
You are in total control of your success
This leads on from the previous point – You can’t control the market. However, you can control how you react to it. If you trade the strategy correctly and record each decision, then you’ve succeeded. No strategy will make money all the time; it’s simply the nature of the markets and why I don’t suggest you tie your goals to your short-term performance. However, if you stay true to a winning strategy and don’t make emotional decisions, the profits will come.
Before you start anything, you need to understand the intended destination and have a clear path in your mind on how to get there. Things happen, your plan will change and that’s ok. But you need that initial road map if you stand any chance of succeeding.
To quote one of my most loathed clichés “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”.
WHEN YOU TELL THEM WHAT YOU’RE CHASING they won’t believe you...or they’ll talk you out of it and belittle your dreams...
I learned a long time ago to keep those dreams to myself. You can only show them and one day inspire them. I say the same to you...stay in an inspired state and stay laser focussed till the end. The only person that can make things happen is you. The right network around you will purely ACCELERATE the journey to the top!
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Always get asked what is the best thing about trading?
There’s a ton of huge benefits but one of the biggest for me is the ‘freedom’ it can bring.
Once you have mastered the markets and successfully become a consistently profitable trader all you need is a laptop and a couple of hours each day.
So many people are being suffocated by a ‘9-5’ to a point where they have no actual time to work on developing themselves or learning a skill set that will allow them over years of work to find this freedom.
If you want it you’ve got to fucking sacrifice, I spent 3-5 hours a day everyday in the first 18 months of my journey, on top of co-owning a business and studying for my Diploma in Wealth Management.
It’s possible, it would get to a Thursday and I’d be a zombie who could barely function but it’s what I had to do. Most days I couldn’t even remember the drive into the office from being so tired.
Putting that sort of effort in was painful but when it all comes together and starts paying off it is so fulfilling. The last 18 months I’ve got to enjoy the fruits of my sacrifice and it’s so fucking worth it. Just the extra time to work on yourself it can help you achieve is invaluable.
What’s your excuse?
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Having now left his job recently Neil started taking on and helping students break through barriers of their own to get them on their way to consistent months.
Sometimes it's only one or two tweaks to your approach that is needed to get you on the right track. Sometimes it's having a coach there to pinpoint it and help you see where you're going wrong that's invaluable.
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