From the Tulip bubble to the financial meltdown of 2008, the theme has been the same. The masses never learn, they always cry foul on the way down but gurgle with joy on the way up. In other words, when they are making money, they are okay with the risk, but when they start to lose, they scream bloody murder.
Ever since I began teaching, I have dedicated myself to doing whatever it takes in order to be the best teacher I can be. After finding my own success in the trading work, I became truly passionate about the idea of teaching others to mimic my success and to use the same strategies I did to earn my millions.
It may not seem like a particularly important part of trading, and while it isn't as exciting or as glamorous as counting the money you make, it is very important. If you aren't able to protect yourself in the stock market, you may end up making a very serious mistakes, mistakes that could cost you a great deal of money.