You’re at a party – or a backyard barbecue – someone will eventually ask you: “So what do you do?” Hmm. Eventually you’ll have to come up with a good answer. A good friend of mine and the author of this book, always says. “I’m a documentary film actor.” I’ve yet to come up with a better response…
If you’re courageous enough to reply, “I’m a trader”, I have an idea to help you get out of the follow up question. There will be one surely, because 75% of your neighbors will believe either; 1) you have a gambling problem or 2) it’s your fault their mortgage is under water and they will want to know which.
Follow up with this question: “Do you play the lottery?” There’s a 2 in 3 chance they say yes, and a 1 in 3 chance they believe it’s the only way to be financially secure in life. Really.
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Lets say you’re a real lottery fan and play 10 dollars a day for 1 year, we’ll say 200 days. That’s 2000 dollars and each day you play your chances are the same