Ever wonder about all the places Shawn trades? Well now you can follow along on instagram as Shawn shares where he's at while he's trading. From airports, hotel rooms, waiting rooms, cruise ships and everywhere and anywhere in-between.
Have you ever been trading around 5 PM eastern time and had your platform freeze up? Or have you triggered stop losses due to astronomical spreads? Welcome to daily maintenance!! Daily maintenance is something every trader has probably experienced, even if they may not have realized it. If you trade for Apiary, it is at 5:00-5:09 PM Eastern Time. And if you've never looked like the guy below during that time, you're one of the luck ones...
It is highly unlikely that you will become a trading genius overnight, so it is only sensible to await the ripening of your skills, and the development of your talents before giving up.
Investing skills are developed over time like learning to play the piano. You wouldn’t expect to play a concerto the day you first sit down at the piano, so why do people expect a great performance when they place their first investment? It’s interesting to me that people put more time into learning an instrument than they do in learning to manage their assets more effectively. The probability of positive returns is so small in music, yet we commit so much time. Contrastingly, the probability of a positive return is so great in the financial markets, yet we commit so little time. It’s an anomaly. Let me suggest three things you can do to improve your investing skills:
When it comes to finances and investing, one of the greatest fears people face is that of fraud or scams. We understand this. As result, in order to increase the transparency and confidence of our fund, we recently launched the Apiary Promise.
Yes! There are so many variables to investing; often it is difficult for the average investor to know where to begin. To make it easier for investors to understand their personal investing type, Apiary Fund launched its Investor Profile.
Silas shares his story on how he got involved with Apiary fund.
I started working for Apiary Fund in 2013. Before I got involved, I had never traded before; I don’t think I had even used a computer. I had been a union worker out of Local 27 for ten years. I never had enough money to even think about trading, or learn what forex was. If it wasn’t for Shawn, I know I wouldn’t be here…
Everyone knows that Apiary fund is made of traders, but did you know that we have a professional football player right here in our midst? That’s right. Drafted by the BC Lions in Vancouver, Paul Allen grew up playing ball and decided to play for BYU in 1959.