I’ll tell you what I bought later on this week. Out of respect for Exodus members, I won’t tell you my trading ideas in real time anymore. It’s not like any of you shills deserve it anyway.
To the point, everyone is expecting the Fed to hike and talk extreme shit about future hikes. Oil is trending up again and Trump defeated Rachael Maddow and has caused the left to devour one of their own. Ergo, and quite literally, nothing can go wrong.
That’s right, I fucking said it.
There is nothing but upside from here. All persons long equities stand to make enormous fortunes. The economy no longer concerns me. Trump is now our leader and all is well. Trumpcare sucks, but so does Obamacare. No change on that end. If oil catches a bid and you are short, you’ll end up speeding yourself at highway speeds into a brick wall, CIA style.
I can go on. There’s a litany of reasons why I rationalize my trades with news items and events in order to justify my actions. At the end of the day, it’s me against the machines — fighting the good fight to make financial blogging great again.
Many of you probably don’t know it, but finance blogging used to be fun, exciting and many were doing it. Back in the day, OA and me were two of many prolific traders out there who talked about markets and trades every day. Now there’s only a handful left, because most of them blew themselves to smithereens.
The new traders don’t even know what a blog is and instead opt for ADD styled twitter comments for their followers. In a way, finance blogging has become old hat, sort of like newspapers and black and white televisions. In order to keep finance sites relevant, you have to discuss different topics, which is why I’ve expanded the site to different genres.
It’s called evolving with the times.
But some things remain constant, as I speed chop carrots with my testicles grotesquely displayed atop the counter, furiously mincing and dicing, 100% long 1 stock into the Fed.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter