Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Wednesday AM Notes - Two Lessons
First, the quote of last night's baccalaureate service goes to the graduating class marshall, who closed her speech with the following:
"None of us can go back and change our beginnings ...
... but we can all change how we end."
Sounds like a great opening page of a trading book.
Second, in the current NBA Finals, Ray Allen showed how important rhythm, confidence, and momentum are in terms of performance ... even for a world class athlete.
For after setting an NBA Finals record for shooting accuracy in Game 2, he went 0-13 in Game 3.
Isn't it so true with discretionary trading as well.
Guard your rhythm and confidence at all costs.
For it will help you pen that new ending.
Posted by Don Miller at 6:57 AM