Come now Socrates, you and I both know that you have not laid out anything at all. You certainly have not done so in any clear or detailed way either. If fact you repeatedly proclaim you will not lay anything out for anyone as you have learnt your lesson and have now decided to clam up and never again bless us with your pearls of wisdom.SOCRATES said:Because I have laid it all out in very great detail and very clearly indeed.
And because I am not interested in engaging in any further tit for tat argument, as I have more important and satisfying things to do.
And because you bore me to tears, frankly.
You have made sweeping generalisations backed up with nothing. You have proclaimed your experience to be the only valid one. You have said my perspective is back to front and "external" but refused to explain yourself when I have pointed out that my point was undeniable fact.
You have argued that success requires extreme dedication, work and diligence in order to change one's very core being and personality. Then you contradict yourself by egotisticaly claiming traders are born and not made. Suggesting that only a blessed few born with the inherent greatness have a chance of success. When asked to explain you spout some garbage about only a select few are able to change themselves easily and it is these that can be traders. Anyone can change, some more easily than others. When it is shown clearly in black and white rather than verbosely in purple it is clear your deep profundity is rather self evident to all.
At that point you retire and proclaim you can not argue your own point.
So where is the detail? Actually don't bother answering that as we both already know there is no detail.
By the way, tit for tat suggests an equality. Whilst I'm flattered you consider me your equal, I can't say the same for you. I have attempted to answer your points as directly as I can. You on the other hand continually ignore any of my points and questions that you find too hard to argue rationally against.