An open letter: he calls himself the orchestrator

I'm no longer upset about the 200,000. Money is a currency that can lose its value over time although, in the same case, the point is to beat the system with the stock market. What I'm really upset about is how they wasted my time. 200,000 is worth months of my job. It signifies the... Continue Reading →


The Great Mystery: Selling points

Thinking back, I was never told when to cut. At almost every opportunity, I was told to buy. Buy when it's green. Buy when it's red. There was almost always a reason to buy. Buy, even, when it breaks a certain price point-- "Sumalo ka. Magpapaiwan ka ba?" After that, I got bombarded with quotes.... Continue Reading →

Trust issues

Trust yourself. I know it's difficult to do that now, but there are more reasons to do so than to not. It's humiliating to keep asking another person what they think a stock performance ought to do in a few days. You call in, with desperation, wondering if you did the right thing. Here's a... Continue Reading →

Dating Mr. Stocks

The problem with stocks is that they're similar to men. And the problem with men, is that, they're generally very simple, but we love to make them complicated. It's true-- The whole business of Taylor Swift is built on that concept. Like for example, the nerd guy with excellent grades get ignored by large because... Continue Reading →

The Rebirth

Let me tell you a story about the day I died, and lived again. Here's an embarrassing confession, I was a fundamentalist. When I was really new, I had a choice to learn the fundamental or the technical way of analyzing. I chose to learn the fundamental first... because I thought that was an easier... Continue Reading →

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