It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. At the end of the week, the market did nothing, having absconded an early rally in exchange for drama. We’re all so panicked now, wondering what this bewildering market has in store for us next week.
We are reminded to #timestamp our trades and offset all gains with losses and losses with gains. One must always obey the specter of risk, as a market calamity is always right around the corner.
Keep in mind, good folks from the internets, the Portuguese used to be the currency reserve 600 years ago. Therefore, don’t be surprised if America entered an era of crisis by the year 2612.
Life used to be good– but now it’s bad.
For the day, I shed a staggering 3% because that’s what I do. I risk money to make money. There’s a reason why I bang on African drums most of the time, while you enjoy seltzer water on the weekends. Life is to be lived; and the market is to be played. Today I lost. But tomorrow, I shall win.