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“What’s the most important factor of being a successful trader?”
It’s simple… for you to earn $100k, $1M, $10M per year, you need to be a person who has the skills to MAKE it, and the skills to KEEP it.
Money is a funny thing… if you don’t really earn it, you probably won’t be able to keep it very long…. The old saying comes to mind, “easy come, easy go.”
So, the most important aspect of success is becoming someone who can actually handle the success.
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