Achieving Infinite Prosperity
Personal finance and lifestyle design largely depends on income.
And by largely, I mean completely.
Most adults hate their job and don’t realize that there are options outside of sitting behind a desk until they die. When I graduated college, and starting working a regular 9-5 job I always felt that there should be more options, but was continuously told that this is the way things are and I should continue on paying my dues and climbing the corporate ladder. Refusing to do so, I began doing some research and was lucky enough to find Infinite Prosperity (IP), a currency trading course equip with a close-knit community of people who all believe there is more to life than we were taught by society. Over 100 IP members have quit their 9-5 jobs and taken back their lives.
That means those 100 people spend maybe 2-3 hours a day trading (semi-passive income) and spend the rest of their 21 hours a day doing as they please.
For those of you not familiar, currency trading is the act of trading one currency for another and making money off of the difference. For example, if you have 1,000 U.S dollars (USD) which you use to buy 5,000 (Canadian dollar) CAD then wait until the value of the USD goes up. You can then sell that 5,000 CAD for 3,000 USD. You’ve now made 2,000 USD.
Both Colby and I are IP members. We started with a demo account to practice and after a few months opened a real account with a whopping $1700. While we both were doing well with trading, I stopped trading to focus on buying my first property. We figured there was no point in both of us trading when we could each focus on different passive/semi-passive incomes. This ended up paying off (literally), which you can read about that here.
Anyways, Colby excelled, moving from swing trading to day trading and is now showing consistent returns. But to put this all in perspective, we first started learning in 2014. That means he’s been at it for about 3 years now.
Trading currencies the right way means you won’t get rich quick. It takes time and consistent effort. However, it’s much faster than working for 40 years until you can retire only to be too old to do anything fun. Consider this; the time will pass anyways, so you might as well start now.
So, how does one learn currency trading the “right” way?
Step 1: Learn from a reputable source that will teach you how to trade on your own rather than telling you what trades to take. You need to learn the ins and outs of trading and be completely self-sufficient. Bonus points if they also offer support, you’ll have lots of questions. Infinite Prosperity does all of this.
Step 2: Manage your mindset. Trading is 20% skill and 80% mindset. You can’t be greedy, consumed with fear, anxious, etc. You have to remain calm whether you win or lose. That’s the hardest part.
Step 3: Manage your risk. I only ever risked 1% of my account, same with Colby. That means if you have a $5000 account and place a trade, you are only risking $50. You can set your trade up so that if it goes in a different direction than you predicted, the trade will automatically close out and you can’t lose any more than $50.
But not easy. Currency trading is all about looking at the data and making an informed, educated prediction of the direction a currency will move in relation to another currency without letting your emotions get the best of you. It’s about controlling your mind.
While currency trading isn’t for everyone, there an easy way to find out if it’s right for you. You can get the first 2 Infinite Prosperity lessons free to really gauge if it’s the right avenue for you, risk free.
Have questions or want to learn more? Comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org