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  • Be obsessed with improvement
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  • Be obsessed with improvement
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  •  8  1 14 January, 2019
  • Can you see what’s wrong with this picture? I went for a run along Pambula Beach on Saturday and in one 2.5km stretch of shoreline I found two plastic water bottles. I carried them back with me to be recycled ✌️ So sad that people still think this is ok! BYO bottle and when it’s not possible and you have to buy then at LEAST dispose of it correctly! **Ive updated the website too, and re ordered all the best sellers!
  • Can you see what’s wrong with this picture? I went for a run along Pambula Beach on Saturday and in one 2.5km stretch of shoreline I found two plastic water bottles. I carried them back with me to be recycled ✌️ So sad that people still think this is ok! BYO bottle and when it’s not possible and you have to buy then at LEAST dispose of it correctly! **Ive updated the website too, and re ordered all the best sellers!
  •  3  1 14 January, 2019

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  • Back up and running! Took a look back at top performing hedge funds of 2018, just my month of November alone tops all the funds run by the so called “professionals” these guys don’t know shit but they still bank raping their clients on fee’s contracted into longer term investments schemes and I use scheme in a negative sense of the word! My fund will be open for investors in 2020 Jan 14th/ the aim is to provide a no fee fund with investor protection up to 500k incase of insolvency and performance bonus of 20% taken every quarter on the ROI with a target monthly compounded return for investors of 10%/month and live view of the funds performance with a verified track record, risk exposure kept below 1% and typically at 0.5% with maximal drawdown kept below 5% SD of 3%, the results will be unique to me you won’t see it anywhere else #stay tuned #hedgefund #fundmanager #trader #markets #nobullshit #tearinguptheindustry #providevalue
  • Back up and running! Took a look back at top performing hedge funds of 2018, just my month of November alone tops all the funds run by the so called “professionals” these guys don’t know shit but they still bank raping their clients on fee’s contracted into longer term investments schemes and I use scheme in a negative sense of the word! My fund will be open for investors in 2020 Jan 14th/ the aim is to provide a no fee fund with investor protection up to 500k incase of insolvency and performance bonus of 20% taken every quarter on the ROI  with a target monthly compounded return for investors of 10%/month and live view of the funds performance with a verified track record, risk exposure kept below 1% and typically at 0.5% with maximal drawdown kept below 5% SD of 3%, the results will be unique to me you won’t see it anywhere else #stay tuned #hedgefund #fundmanager #trader #markets #nobullshit #tearinguptheindustry #providevalue
  •  2  0 14 January, 2019
  • Second webinar of the year was held for the team and was a great turnout. -
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    From now on all videos will be posted on our YouTube channel so even if you missed make sure to check it out👌
  • Second webinar of the year was held for the team and was a great turnout. -
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From now on all videos will be posted on our YouTube channel so even if you missed make sure to check it out👌
  •  11  2 14 January, 2019

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  • 7 ways to survive a painful stock-trading loss

    A large trading loss can be devastating — not only financially, but emotionally

    Here are seven steps successful traders take after a loss to become emotionally stronger and more disciplined:

    1. Accept responsibility: You made the loss; be sure to own it. Don’t brush it aside, hide from it, or blame the “smart money” for your loss. When you take ownership, you control your trading — and that’s exactly where you want to be.

    2. Stop trading: Take a break to figure out what went wrong. Assess what happened by reviewing events carefully. Think about where you fell short. For example, did you take too much risk? Was the trade well-planned? Were you mentally sharp, or did you hold a losing trade hoping to avoid a loss?

    3. Have a plan: Make a detailed action plan for future trades. The ingredients of your plan should include things you will do differently (e.g., setting and honoring a stop) and also what you will no longer do (e.g., holding a loser, hoping it will return to break-even). 4.Make a better plan: Can you identify factors from this trade that could be used to reverse the trade position? Good traders will take the loss as a stop-out and wait for the next opportunity. Better traders will reverse their trade — if market conditions permit — and make up not only for the initial loss but add profits to their bottom line.

    5. Put your loss in perspective: You are more than your trades. You have other roles that are important to you and others. One trading loss — even a large one, doesn’t define your worth. Getting perspective on your life when the chips are down helps restore balance so you can take steps to turn your trading around.

    6. Be inspired: Use this loss as motivation for learning and develop your skills for better trading. The best professional athletes become excited when they discover they have a weakness in their game. They use the weakness as a catalyst to improve.

    7. Get back in the game: Once you’ve done the recovery work, trade again. You’re mentally stronger and better-prepared than you were. Let the loss go and put your good intentions into practice.

    @razumcapital
  • 7 ways to survive a painful stock-trading loss

A large trading loss can be devastating — not only financially, but emotionally

Here are seven steps successful traders take after a loss to become emotionally stronger and more disciplined:

1. Accept responsibility: You made the loss; be sure to own it. Don’t brush it aside, hide from it, or blame the “smart money” for your loss. When you take ownership, you control your trading — and that’s exactly where you want to be.

2. Stop trading: Take a break to figure out what went wrong. Assess what happened by reviewing events carefully. Think about where you fell short. For example, did you take too much risk? Was the trade well-planned? Were you mentally sharp, or did you hold a losing trade hoping to avoid a loss?

3. Have a plan: Make a detailed action plan for future trades. The ingredients of your plan should include things you will do differently (e.g., setting and honoring a stop) and also what you will no longer do (e.g., holding a loser, hoping it will return to break-even). 4.Make a better plan: Can you identify factors from this trade that could be used to reverse the trade position? Good traders will take the loss as a stop-out and wait for the next opportunity. Better traders will reverse their trade — if market conditions permit — and make up not only for the initial loss but add profits to their bottom line.

5. Put your loss in perspective: You are more than your trades. You have other roles that are important to you and others. One trading loss — even a large one, doesn’t define your worth. Getting perspective on your life when the chips are down helps restore balance so you can take steps to turn your trading around.

6. Be inspired: Use this loss as motivation for learning and develop your skills for better trading. The best professional athletes become excited when they discover they have a weakness in their game. They use the weakness as a catalyst to improve.

7. Get back in the game: Once you’ve done the recovery work, trade again. You’re mentally stronger and better-prepared than you were. Let the loss go and put your good intentions into practice.

@razumcapital
  •  129  5 14 January, 2019

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  • The current bear market has to date barely made it the third worst. To reach second place, #BTC would have to drop to $2,553. To take first place, BTC would have to fall back to $1,239 #BNC #Markets #ByTheNumbers http://ow.ly/iQF330ngOHW
  • The current bear market has to date barely made it the third worst. To reach second place, #BTC would have to drop to $2,553. To take first place, BTC would have to fall back to $1,239 #BNC #Markets #ByTheNumbers http://ow.ly/iQF330ngOHW
  •  3  1 14 January, 2019

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  • It's DUMPLING time!
    🥟🥟🥟 This Sunday @gillesatthegrounds 🌴🌴🌴
    Say hi to our handmade vegan dumplings! 👋

    We'll also be dishing up our:

    Chicken Satay & Thai Salad +
    Pork Meatball Skewers & Viet Salad

    See you there!
  • It's DUMPLING time!
🥟🥟🥟 This Sunday @gillesatthegrounds 🌴🌴🌴
Say hi to our handmade vegan dumplings! 👋

We'll also be dishing up our:

Chicken Satay & Thai Salad + 
Pork Meatball Skewers & Viet Salad

See you there!
  •  19  2 14 January, 2019
  • Rooftop sunbathing at Riad Dixneuf-a-Ksour. For the amazing services and beauty of this Riad the price is unbelievable. Search this hotel on @smithhotels for the best price and a gorgeous smith extra of little pot of spices. •


    #RiadDixneufaKsour #smithhotels #sun #relax
  • Rooftop sunbathing at Riad Dixneuf-a-Ksour. For the amazing services and beauty of this Riad the price is unbelievable. Search this hotel on @smithhotels for the best price and a gorgeous smith extra of little pot of spices. •
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#RiadDixneufaKsour #smithhotels #sun #relax
  •  9  3 14 January, 2019
  • sunsets and froffs with your mates... what’s better🍺😁
  • sunsets and froffs with your mates... what’s better🍺😁
  •  101  3 14 January, 2019