That’s the question many, including myself, struggle to find an answer to. For me, trading is not a business for me, like writing a book, I do not plan on making much money anytime soon. The reason for this is, my income is always increasing, which isn’t good for an individual who wishes to retire, because the money will become increasingly more volatile as time goes on and I’m not generating the income to cover the cost of living. This is one of many reasons why I wish to be working on a hobby.
There are a few things you can do to make the money worth having. First, you should ask for trades as often as you can. As an example, I would ask for a trade almost every time I was able to trade during the past year or so. Not to mention, most people would be willing to trade with me in return for some sort of payout. This also goes against the stereotype, and makes you look a bit more professional.
Another thing you should do, is take every day trading class. Just like every other day, you will learn new things and also get some tips for future trades. It will be good for you and your bank account.
How often do you go to the bank? I normally go every once in a while, so it’s not like I don’t have the time.
What’s the best way to keep money flowing in your retirement account? There’s a lot of factors to consider in retirement, but one good tip to keep in mind is that even if you want to, your savings have only so much time left. There are three things that can make or break your retirement: your earnings, the amount in your IRA and whether you have access to the equity market in which you work.
What’s something you’d like to say to someone, on a personal note? I’m not sure how much I’d like to say, because I’m not sure anyone would understand. I’ll just say that, if they have a problem with their investment choices, then ask them to try a change and see how it goes. If that doesn’t work, then you’re not going to save anything. If you do learn something, then please know that not everything can be taught and if you do, then you have to take your chances. I hope I don’t sound too preachy, but just saying that I feel that the more you ask yourself these kinds of questions the better your future is possible. Happy trading!