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.
Vernal, Utah is world famous. Seriously it is. It is world famous for dinosaur bones. There is the highest concentration of dinosaur bones there than in any other place in the world. A few years back I took my 5 and 3 year old at the time to the dinosaur quarry to see some dinosaur bones. It is needless to say quite an amazing site. You can’t put your hand on the quarry with out touching two dinosaur bones. There is also a small nature hike that you can take and see dinosaur bones that are jutting out of the mountains that are there. After chasing the kids around the visitor center for a while I decided that they needed to burn off some energy. So I decided to take them on the hike.
Let’s face it—when it comes to investing, everybody has something to say. But whatever you do, don’t fall prey to bad investing advice! There are lots of reasons to never take market tips from others, but I’ve found the following five to be imperative to my success as a trader:
It is true when they say that most things in life follow patterns. However, sometimes it is hard for us to recognize these patterns. The markets are no exception. To be successful, a trader must train his or her eyes to recognize and predict upcoming patterns. See if you can guess the next shape in the pattern below:
I was on facebook the other night, and I ran into an article, “Will Your Child be Rich or Poor? 15 Poverty Habits Parents Teach Their Children.” I read the article, and was surprised by Habit #4. It stated,