Have you heard the story about the man stranded in a flood? As water rose, he cried out to the Lord, “Save me!” Then, along came a man with a boat. He said, "Hey, jump in the boat. I'll save you." The drowning man replied, "No, no, no. I'm crying out to God. The Lord is going to save me." The man on the boat left. Shortly after that another man on a boat came. The same thing happened. Then, along came a man in a helicopter. He urged the drowning man to grab onto the ladder, but again, the drowning man declined, stating that the Lord would save him.Read More
Many people have difficulty admitting when they are wrong. Trading is an area in which you must become comfortable with admitting when you’ve made a mistake. If you deny that you are wrong and choose to stay in a trade that is not going the way you expected, you risk creating a much bigger expense.
Expenses happen. Take a deep breath, and remember these three things when you find that you were wrong about a stock.Read More
When you have some experience trading, it becomes easier to pinpoint moments when you learned a lesson or had a major realization. You can see how your skills have changed and developed. You can even see how your trading style and attitude changes. I remember the trick that made trading click for me, and I thought, "Wow, I can finally make this work for me."Read More
Have you ever been filled with happiness? Have you ever been filled with sadness? Have you ever been filled with anger? I'm sure you have. People see that. Your countenance lets others know what is happening within you. When you’re filled with sadness, you may notice others asking “What’s wrong?” as you enter a room. Likewise, when you are happy, people can see it outwardly. Being filled with the Spirit is similar. To be filled with the Spirit means people will recognize a controlling influence in your life. If people recognize it, that points to the glory of God, and then we can make a difference in society.Read More