Your Questions About Successful Trading Forex

Michael asks…

What should I do after college?

In 4 months I will have a degree in finance from an accredited top 50 business undergrad program. However, for the finance field, my grades are sub-par to say the least. I have a natural talent for business in a general sense and I guess because of this, I lack concern and focus in school. (stupid.. i know). I have started 2 companies. One was a learning experience, the second was successful. And as of lately, i have been actively trading the forex market. My returns for the past 2 years have been nearly entirely positive and my percentage return since i began is pretty large. I have been trading for a good ten years now and I think ive finally reached the point where I can consistently make positive trades.

My question is: What is my best plan of action as a student who will soon be graduating? I am a person who cannot sit at a desk getting paid an hourly wage to make some other person money, but I kind of feel like I would be better off gaining experience as an employee

John answers:

That sounds entirely sensible. In case the market crashes (touch wood), it’d be good to have a stable job or at least have a CV with a reputable employer to help you get another good job. Why not start with the civil service? You always learn a lot from there since all the ministries are linked in one way or another and your general knowledge will increase by leaps and bounds. Perhaps a job with the Finance Ministry especially in the treasury dept?

William asks…

Why would an investment club want to be exclusive?

My neighbour is trying to get my mum on board with some Spanish forex trading scheme he’s involved in. He says it’s provided him with 40% return over the past 7 years.

He said they want to keep it ‘small and exclusive’. Instant alarm bells for me. I mean I don’t know much about finance but why would any successful investment group want to stay exclusive? Humility doesn’t seem to be a common trait in finance. Surely more people involved, more capital, bigger wins. I can only see that they would want to be small to avoid regulation.

What are your thoughts?

John answers:

He thinks it’s a selling point.

Your response is spot on. Tell your mum to steer clear!

Betty asks…

GIRLS, please help me out.?

Hello, I would try to be short and precise.
I am 22.
I am not proud but I was spectacular scholar since my school days and I am a successful entrepreneur now.
Back in 2000, when I was in 7th grade, this girl came and joined our school. She came first in class and I came second. We used to exchange notes and talk ( only and only related to studies and nothing else ).
Then next year to impress her, I came first and she became second. However, her father got posted to another city( she has to go with her family) and I was out of touch to her completely. But I swear, I never had even a thought of any other girl there on.

Then, after 3 yrs in 2005, I joined her school in 12th grade and we didn’t had much conversation this time. We didn’t used to exchange notes this time. However, I perfectly no that she didn’t had any boyfriends during this till now.

In India, IITs are best colleges and once this girl told me that from our class, only I have a capability to join that college. I studied one year ( 2006-2007 ) and got 2245 rank amongst above quarter million competitors. By the way, when I was preparing for my exams of IIT, I proposed her on phone and she bluntly rejected, saying that she has responsibilities of her parents.

She joined her regional engineering college.
Now the real trouble starts. She was going to get her job by 2010 and I was going to grad out in 2012. I felt that in the mean time, she would develop relationship with other guy and I cannot live without her.

I made up my mind that in order to get her, I need to achieve something really great to impress her and also to get out of this college at the earliest. Since 2007 to 2009 I working day in and out, like sleeping 4 hours a day, doing my part time forex trading work and studying to retain my 100% scholarship ( my father is not that good financially ). Eventually I am now a fund manager and manage about $120,000 from my 30 clients in India and abroad and I earn like $2000 to $4000 monthly ( for Indians and that too of my age, that’s really big figure).

I did all this to win that girl. However, this girl had one boyfriend, with whom she had break up and now have a new boyfriend.

I don’t know what to do. One of her friend told me that she has grown into a mean girl and her criteria of selecting boys is money oriented. She had one boyfriend with whom she had breakup and now has another boyfriend.

I have earned somewhere like $30,000 from my last 2 years of effort and financially very stable. I will drop the IIT ( tough decision because IITians get $20k jobs very easily) Also, I have planned to open my company in her city. I want to say THIS IS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU. I CAN DO ANYTHING FOR YOU AND WHATEVER I HAVE DONE THIS FAR IS FOR YOU.

Also, I have enough money earned from my hard work that I can provide luxurious life to her and her family and “I have responsibilities” thing is out of question.

How should I proceed to her? Because this would be my second proposal to her. Unlike her, I never had any girl friend ( even though I received proposals from 5 girls in my college, I credit that to my good achievements as an entrepreneur ). I love her so so so much. I cannot live without her. That’s why I am doing all this to win her heart.

Please please please help me. I am going to move out to her city in July 2009. So please help.

* I didn’t smoke or drink. There was and the is no other girl in my life.
@ Gracious,

I feel that I have worked hard and achieved what all just because of her being in my mind. So, no way intoxicated my life 🙂
No offense and I thank you for your opinion

John answers:

Congratulations on all your successes, it sounds to me that you have worked very hard to get where you are in life.

In regards to this girl, you say you love her however it’s not clear to me that you know her very well at all. You have had some bad things about her going after men with money and although you don’t know if that is true or not, she does have a boyfriend at the moment. Instead of proposing to her, why don’t you get back in touch with her and get to know her as a good friend. That way you will know what she is like.

Since she has a boyfriend already, she would not be able to give you any commitment. If in the future things do not work out with her and her boyfriend then you will be a friend to her and know if you like her more than that and she likes you, then maybe you can date. In time you can decide whether or not to propose. If you do, then you will know what she is like by your own judgement. If not, then you can remain good friends and you can move on.

However in the meantime, since she is with someone else, maybe you could consider your other options? There are plenty of nice, genuine and intelligant girls out there. Get to know other girls and let them know you (perhaps those who don’t know of your fortune) so you can be more confident that it is not your wealth that they are more interested in. Eventually, be it that girl you love or someone else, you will meet somebody.

Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

Sharon asks…

Girls, am I a stalker or loser? What should I do to get her?As many answers as possible?

Hello, I would try to be short and precise.
I am 22.
I am not proud but I was spectacular scholar since my school days and a successful entrepreneur.
Back in 2000, when I was in 7th grade, this girl came and joined our school. She came first in class and I came second. We used to exchange notes and talk ( only and only related to studies and nothing else ).
Then next year to impress her, I came first and she became second. However, her father got posted to another city( she has to go with her family) and I was out of touch to her completely. But I swear, I never had even a thought of any other girl there on.

Then, after 3 yrs in 2005, I joined her school in 12th grade and we didn’t had much conversation this time. We didn’t used to exchange notes this time. However, I perfectly no that she didn’t had any boyfriends during this till now.

In India, IITs are best colleges and once this girl told me that from our class, only I have a capability to join that college. I studied one year ( 2006-2007 ) and got 2245 rank amongst above quarter million competitors. By the way, when I was preparing for my exams of IIT, I proposed her on phone and she bluntly rejected, saying that she has responsibilities of her parents.

She joined her regional engineering college.
Now the real trouble starts. She was going to get her job by 2010 and I was going to grad out in 2012. I felt that in the mean time, she would develop relationship with other guy and I cannot live without her.

I made up my mind that in order to get her, I need to achieve something really great to impress her and also to get out of this college at the earliest. Since 2007 to 2009 I just worked like anything, like sleeping 4 hours a day, doing my part time forex trading work and studying to retain my 100% scholarship ( my father is not that good financially ). Eventually I am now a fund manager and manage about $120,000 from my 30 clients in India and abroad and I earn like $2000 to $4000 monthly ( for Indians and that too of my age, that’s really big figure).

I did all this to win that girl. However, this girl had one boyfriend, with whom she had break up and now have a new boyfriend.

I don’t know what to do. One of her friend told me that she has grown into a mean girl and her criteria of selecting boys is money oriented. She had one boyfriend with whom she had breakup and now has another boyfriend.

I have earned somewhere like $30,000 from my last 2 years of effort and financially very stable. I will drop the IIT ( tough decision because IITians get $20k jobs very easily) Also, I have planned to open my company in her city. I want to say THIS IS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU. I CAN DO ANYTHING FOR YOU AND WHATEVER I HAVE DONE THIS FAR IS FOR YOU.

Also, I have enough money earned from my hard work that I can provide luxurious life to her and her family and “I have responsibilities” thing is out of question.

How should I proceed to her? Because this would be my second proposal to her. Unlike her, I never had any girl friend ( even though I received proposals from 5 girls in my college, I credit that to my good achievements as an entrepreneur ). I love her so so so much. I cannot live without her. That’s why I am trying so hard to win her heart.

Please please please help me. I am going to move out to her city in July 2009. So please help.

*I don’t drink, smoke etc. There is no girl other than this girl in my past or present.

Please don’t say that there are a lot of fishes in the sea. I cannot look for anybody else.

John answers:

It’s very nice for what you did. BUT If you have to try so hard to win her , that’s not the way it is. Why are you running after the person who won’t even walk for you? The one problem in love is that you can love whoever you want but so can they.
Love is not about winning. This isn’t a game.
Do you really love her? Do you know what kind of food she likes?
What’s her fav colour? What’s she like to do on her free time?
What’s her dream? Do you really know her?

Anyway If you want to proceed to her. You should start talk to her as a friend. Spend sometime together so you can get to know her. Be honest to her but not too honest like hey i’ve $30,000 in my bank and i want to spend it with you…..she will date you for fews months then she will be long gone before she get to know you.
And Dude! Proposed on the phone?? Dont ever do that again…

John asks…

Please help me. It’s matter of 9 years of my life!!!!?

Hello, I would try to be short and precise.
I am 22.
I am not proud but I was spectacular scholar since my school days and a successful entrepreneur.
Back in 2000, when I was in 7th grade, this girl came and joined our school. She came first in class and I came second. We used to exchange notes and talk ( only and only related to studies and nothing else ).
Then next year to impress her, I came first and she became second. However, her father got posted to another city( she has to go with her family) and I was out of touch to her completely. But I swear, I never had even a thought of any other girl there on.

Then, after 3 yrs in 2005, I joined her school in 12th grade and we didn’t had much conversation this time. We didn’t used to exchange notes this time. However, I perfectly no that she didn’t had any boyfriends during this till now.

In India, IITs are best colleges and once this girl told me that from our class, only I have a capability to join that college. I studied one year ( 2006-2007 ) and got 2245 rank amongst above quarter million competitors. By the way, when I was preparing for my exams of IIT, I proposed her on phone and she bluntly rejected, saying that she has responsibilities of her parents.

She joined her regional engineering college.
Now the real trouble starts. She was going to get her job by 2010 and I was going to grad out in 2012. I felt that in the mean time, she would develop relationship with other guy and I cannot live without her.

I made up my mind that in order to get her, I need to achieve something really great to impress her and also to get out of this college at the earliest. Since 2007 to 2009 I just fucked my ***, like sleeping 4 hours a day, doing my part time forex trading work and studying to retain my 100% scholarship ( my father is not that good financially ). Eventually I am now a fund manager and manage about $120,000 from my 30 clients in India and abroad and I earn like $2000 to $4000 monthly ( for Indians and that too of my age, that’s really big figure).

I did all this to win that girl. However, this girl had one boyfriend, with whom she had break up and now have a new boyfriend.

I don’t know what to do. One of her friend told me that she has grown into a mean girl and her criteria of selecting boys is money oriented. She had one boyfriend with whom she had breakup and now has another boyfriend.

I have earned somewhere like $30,000 from my last 2 years of effort and financially very stable. I will drop the IIT ( tough decision because IITians get $20k jobs very easily) Also, I have planned to open my company in her city. I want to say THIS IS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU. I CAN DO ANYTHING FOR YOU AND WHATEVER I HAVE DONE THIS FAR IS FOR YOU.

Also, I have enough money earned from my hard work that I can provide luxurious life to her and her family and “I have responsibilities” thing is out of question.

How should I proceed to her? Because this would be my second proposal to her. Unlike her, I never had any girl friend ( even though I received proposals from 5 girls in my college, I credit that to my good achievements as an entrepreneur ). I love her so so so much. I cannot live without her. That’s why I am ******* my *** so hard to win her heart.

Please please please help me. I am going to move out to her city in July 2009. So please help.

John answers:

People change over time. The girl you knew in 7th grade is not the young woman you know now. Our lives lead us down paths that aren’t necessarily the ones we should have followed, and may lead us astray.
I suggest you contact her again. Email, phone, person to person and talk to her again. I certainly wouldn’t leave everything you know and pack up for a girl you haven’t spoken to in years.

Get in touch with her. It’s the only way you’ll know if you’re still interested in her. People change. Don’t be surprised if she’s not the person you fell in love with so long ago.

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