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Old Jan 4, 2010, 9:56pm   #25
 
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Thought you were having a dig at TW2 members.....

Although I agree with you that a professional attitude is indispensable, setting up a limited company is not top of my list when it comes to trading priorities. Most traders at the prop shop I used to work for were self-employed with LLP arrangements.
If setting up a formal structure helps in your discipline and approach then great. I think it then comes down to personal preference (and possibly tax advantages).


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...Unprecedented intellect to set up your own business? It's all about merit, ability and conduct, something you're casual SBer knows nothing about. As i've said before, legitamacy brings credability....is this the right site? Probably not.
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 10:00pm   #26
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Thought you were having a dig at TW2 members.....

Although I agree with you that a professional attitude is indispensable, setting up a limited company is not top of my list when it comes to trading priorities. Most traders at the prop shop I used to work for were self-employed with LLP arrangements.
If setting up a formal structure helps in your discipline and approach then great. I think it then comes down to personal preference (and possibly tax advantages).
Well, if you're Paul you need £7K a month just to pay the bills, it's therefore understandable that the stress gets to him, with increasing regularity it seems...
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 10:38pm   #27
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How a person can even think of classing themselves as a professional anything without being legit is beyond me. The thread starter is asking strangers on a site that condones system selling what to do with his 20k....this site is nuttier than squirrel sh!t....funny though...very funny.
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Old Jan 5, 2010, 12:41am   #28
 
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investme started this thread Good job i'm not asking you to sell me a system then isn't it

I'm simply asking for advice and opinions - and there are lots, good and bad which i'll take into consideration. I'm not stupid and naive enough to think i can stumble onto a good strategy that'll never fail and become an instant millionaire. I'm well aware this is going to take a lot of hard work, determination, learning and more before i get anywhere

However, not everyone gets a chance to have that money to invest and i want to learn to do something worthwhile with it, i'm not saying i'm going to shove it all into a trading account when i get it just because i managed to double the demo one i used for two weeks a few months before, what i am saying however is that i'd like to be confident to at least invest some of it into an account and see how things go when i get it
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Old Jan 5, 2010, 8:05am   #29
 
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An erect ***** in this field is very hard to come by. You are extremely fortunate indeed if you are taken in hand and shown everything correctly by one of the few who are truly proficient.

It is possible to come without such assistance of course, but it is a route open to the very special few. I am sorry to have to tell you that you are unlikely to have the levels of awareness required to self generate the correct motion to progress. It will become clearer to you when you have more wrist strength.

It is unlikely that a truly proficient Vicar would wish to slip it to someone of your age. If you are truly interested in this profession, I suggest that you look for jobs within the industry which will give you exposure. Think of Catholicism rather than CofE at this stage. In the future you may find a Bishop - focus on finding work within the industry and learning all you can.

I do not recommend that you think of actively selling your semen. You have an opportunity to save and invest it wisely so it is available to you when the right circumstances present. When I started selling semen I supported myself from savings for almost three years before I was ready to spunk live. During this time I wanked almost all day every day developing my understanding of the porn industry.

If you are fortunate enough to find a ladyboy later you will be very pleased to have £20,000 or more to support yourself when you are having the op yourself, and through your hormone replacement also.

I recommend that you do not take any heed of the recommendations made to you on this thread which involve treating sex as a hobby, opening your cheeks, "starting small" when you should not be starting at all, etc. If you wish to have a hobby this is a poor one to pick. More or less all hobbies will cost you money, but you will receive nothing enriching by losing money in a brothel as a hobby.

I am sorry that this is not the response you would like to hear, but it is an honest one given with the benefit of experience (and dare I say from someone older and perhaps wiser). If you wish to succeed in this profession you have been given a frank and honest start.

I trust this assists you, to your benefit and my satisfaction.

Very kind regards
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Old Jan 7, 2010, 3:00am   #30
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If you're interested in Forex, I have one other suggestion for you, get a mentorship with DayForex capital (Dirk Du Toit.) His students have now won the “FX STREET Real Money Forex Trading Competition” several times (2007 and 2009). He appears to be one of the rare "real deals" in this business. The cost of the mentorship will probably pay for itself and save you a lot of time if you're serious about this goal. See here for more.

(For the record, this is simply my bona-fide opinion offerred in the hope that it might be useful. I have no direct (financial or other) incentive or relationship with Dirk Du Toit or Dayforex, and have not [yet] taken his mentorship classes myself. I have however spoken with one of the FXStreet winning traders who was mentored by Dirk. I'll also note that I have purchased his book called "Bird Watching in Lion Country".)
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Old Jan 7, 2010, 3:26pm   #31
 
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If you're interested in Forex, I have one other suggestion for you, get a mentorship with DayForex capital (Dirk Du Toit.) His students have now won the “FX STREET Real Money Forex Trading Competition” several times (2007 and 2009). He appears to be one of the rare "real deals" in this business. The cost of the mentorship will probably pay for itself and save you a lot of time if you're serious about this goal. See here for more.

(For the record, this is simply my bona-fide opinion offerred in the hope that it might be useful. I have no direct (financial or other) incentive or relationship with Dirk Du Toit or Dayforex, and have not [yet] taken his mentorship classes myself. I have however spoken with one of the FXStreet winning traders who was mentored by Dirk. I'll also note that I have purchased his book called "Bird Watching in Lion Country".)
Bird Watching in Lion Country is definitely worth reading, good call.
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Old Feb 9, 2010, 6:22pm   #32
 
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An erect ***** in this field is very hard to come by. You are extremely fortunate indeed if you are taken in hand and shown everything correctly by one of the few who are truly proficient.

It is possible to come without such assistance of course, but it is a route open to the very special few. I am sorry to have to tell you that you are unlikely to have the levels of awareness required to self generate the correct motion to progress. It will become clearer to you when you have more wrist strength.

It is unlikely that a truly proficient Vicar would wish to slip it to someone of your age. If you are truly interested in this profession, I suggest that you look for jobs within the industry which will give you exposure. Think of Catholicism rather than CofE at this stage. In the future you may find a Bishop - focus on finding work within the industry and learning all you can.

I do not recommend that you think of actively selling your semen. You have an opportunity to save and invest it wisely so it is available to you when the right circumstances present. When I started selling semen I supported myself from savings for almost three years before I was ready to spunk live. During this time I wanked almost all day every day developing my understanding of the porn industry.

If you are fortunate enough to find a ladyboy later you will be very pleased to have £20,000 or more to support yourself when you are having the op yourself, and through your hormone replacement also.

I recommend that you do not take any heed of the recommendations made to you on this thread which involve treating sex as a hobby, opening your cheeks, "starting small" when you should not be starting at all, etc. If you wish to have a hobby this is a poor one to pick. More or less all hobbies will cost you money, but you will receive nothing enriching by losing money in a brothel as a hobby.

I am sorry that this is not the response you would like to hear, but it is an honest one given with the benefit of experience (and dare I say from someone older and perhaps wiser). If you wish to succeed in this profession you have been given a frank and honest start.

I trust this assists you, to your benefit and my satisfaction.

Very kind regards
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