The 30-Minute Stock Trader
The 30-Minute Stock Trader - Laurens Bensdorp. The Stress-free trading strategy for financial freedom.
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Understandably, a lot of people ask: If you’re so good at trading, why do you teach? Why don’t you just trade your own money? In this book, I reveal profitable trading strategies. Why would I do that for less than twenty bucks? It’s a fair question, so I’d like to give my honest answer.
I started trading back in 2000, and I spent thousands of dollars and hours searching for the Holy Grail of trading strategies. Despite devouring all of the information I could get my hands on, I wound up learning what to do based on trial and error. There just wasn’t a lot of good information out there. I wished someone cared enough to show me a strategy with a clear edge, holding my hand as I learned the ropes. Nobody like that existed.
I know how hard it is to learn how to trade. No matter how smart you are or how hard you try, it can feel like years of helplessly swimming in the deep end.
The truth is, successful trading can be simple, but we humans have a tendency to think we need to complicate things in order to get outstanding results. As I’ll explain in the book, winning trading isn’t about finding the perfect strategy—it’s about knowing yourself so that you can identify the perfect strategy for you. Everyone is different and must know his or her strengths, weaknesses, personality, risk tolerance, and personal situation. Trading is far more boring and process-oriented than people like to think.
One of the best ways to master a skill is to teach it. This is common advice, but it’s something I’ve noticed in my own life many times over. While teaching my Elite Mentoring students, I’m forced to dig into my strategies deeper and deeper so that I can explain every part clearly. Teaching keeps me honest and hungry. Since beginning to teach, my trading knowledge has multiplied exponentially, and I’ve eliminated many of my strategies’ flaws and weaknesses. My students are some of the smartest traders I know, and interacting with them sharpens my mind daily.
It’s the perfect combination: I get enjoyment out of teaching a group of focused, successful, like-minded people, and we both improve our trading skills.