This message is in regards to our recent bad run, many haven't said anything, but many have sent us emails, so we decided to address everyone at once in regards to this matter.
Many have been asking us for an explanation, however, we never have an explanation (excuses) for losers, a loss is a loss and we don't make excuses why it lost.
Does this run suck? Of course it does! We need to go back to 2017 to find a similar run (actually the 2017 run was a little worse), but will it stop us from reaching our yearly goal of 200k? Hell no!
Anyone that can't handle a bump on a long road shouldn't be driving on that road, meaning, in an industry where 98% lose money long term if a bump is what is going to stop you from being successful long term then maybe you shouldn't be involved in this industry because knowing how to handle bad runs is the key to long term success.
Just some food for thought, either we are together long term in this partnership or we aren't, there is no middle.
Those that stick around will enjoy the benefits long term, those that leave we are sure you will join us again after missing out on winning weeks week after week.
Asked about our worst run we want to make sure everyone is informed.
Our worst run was in 2017 and went as follows...
Week 34... -$6,350
Week 35... +1,250
Week 36... +2,010
Week 37... -$8,330
Overall it was still a very profitable year as we finished 2017 with a profit of +$200,630
With this being said good money management is always key to long term success.