Author: Smart Passive Cash Flow

SmartPassiveCashFlow: Both HardWork And Luck Are Needed For Success?

There is saying that one needs great luck in order to succeed. I would not totally say that it is wrong. But where does such luck come from? This question can spin off many possibilities and answers from many perspectives of life. What I am addressing in this article is that luck is good to have. However hardwork is the fundamental factor for success.   For one to meet luck, one has to move on substantially in life before one can meet up with luck. Even if you have met up with luck (which I call it opportunity), one...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Tim Spotted The Short Trade in 2014

May 8, 2014 · 0 comments It is the time of 2014. Tim, with the help of Dave, spotted another great possible entry. A long tailed bar in an up-trending chart followed by a long red bar. Will this be another great opportunity for Tim? The trade seems risky and suicidal to many. But Tim recognises the risk and also the rationale to make such a trade.      SmartPassiveCashFlow wishes All A Wealthy 2014. Please share this your friends. NOTE: Trading is not for everyone. Trading is risky and past performance is not indicative of future results. Please...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: The Lesson Turns Out Well in 2007

May 6, 2014 · 0 comments In 2007, Tim managed to enter a short position after the identification of a long tailed bar followed by a long red bar. Shortly after, the market turned against him by almost 100 points. What pain!! “Ouch!!”. He remembered the ratio play that his good friend has used in the year 2000.  He remained steadfast. Tim has also entered a second short position in the last quarter of 2007 when he saw another another long tail followed by a long red bar in an uptrend market. And the reversal of the market finally...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: I Learnt This Lesson In 2000

May 4, 2014 · 0 comments Tim remembered that it was in the year 2000 when one of his good friend had decided to enter a short entry into the S&P 500. He saw a long tailed bar in an up-trending chart followed by a long red bar.  After he has entered the short entry, the market went against his position by 100 S&P points. Tim thought it is absolutely crazy to have such a position in an uptrending chart. His friend told him that it is a ratio play. He is willing to risk 100 points to potentially...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: New Character – Tim

Tim studies accounting during his school days. He found a job as an accountant and has been working in this area for the since graduation.  He is a hardworking and dedicated accountant. Tim is 33 years old and lives with his wife and two children. Tim loves his job and works near a firm near his home. He is fascinated by numbers and has always had a keen interest in watching the stock market and trading – and has recently dabble in trading himself. If anyone asks him what is currently happening on the stock market, he can inform...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Focus On Decisions And Not Outcomes

April 26, 2014 · 0 comments Let me tell you a story of Jim. The Undertakings Jim is a technician.  Jim started trading in 2007. Within 2 years of this trading (2007-2008), Jim made great losses. A very depressing period for him. He lost almost all his savings ($60,000 worth of losses) that he has saved up for the last 6 years. He almost wanted to give up and he wanted to look into other areas to make back the money. Fortunately, the numerous failures did not force him to give up. Instead he continues to persist on because he believes in his...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Doubling an Account?

April 23, 2014 · 0 comments Dear Friend, I have met up with several of my trader friends. One recurrent question that I have heard is what is needed to double the trading account in this current market? To me, the answer is simple. I would see the market as high. Whether if it is the top or not? I do not have a crystal ball with me nor will I ever be the one who will be able to pin point the exact top. To me, I would just concentrate on doubling my money. What would I have done to...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Why I Trade More In The US Market?

Dear Friend, I was going through my trading journal of my past trades, especially those in the previous years. Actually, it was kinda fun to look through them and laugh at some of the trades. There are 2 stock markets that I primarily play. They are the Singapore Market and the US Market. For the Singapore Market, I have done well during the extreme periods which are the highs and lows of the market. Truthfully speaking, I have made more money during the lows. I have managed to make good money in the lows such as 2003 and 2009...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Strength Does Not Come From What You Can Do…

March 22, 2014 · 0 comments  There are so many things in life that we have gone through.Some easy, some hard. And there are some that we would not try because we thought we could not.  Give Yourself 2 mins. Ask Yourself“What are the things you could not do”?  Your Life Journey improves once you have gained strength.To gain strength, you will need to overcome the “could not do” mentality. Some takes 1 sec to change the mentalitySome takes 1 week. Some takes 1  month. Some takes 1 year.Some never even bother to do...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: 1 Mind But Different Acceptance Levels

 True Experience and Acceptance When you are down with flu, you would accept the fact that you are sick. On the other hand, you will also accept that you will get well. When you are working as an self employed, you would accept the fact that you will not be earning much in the beginning. On the other hand, you will also accept that you are working as your own boss and will be making much more money in future. When you are working for a company, you would accept the fact that you are earning a salary. On the other hand,...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Who Says Hard?

March 8, 2014 · 0 comments Whenever we ask a question, we would get many comments from various people. These are opinions and comments formed based on their life experiences. Some positive, some negative and some would post you remarks based on what they have heard. Question 1: If I would to ask you to post the following question to your friends, “Is Driving Hard To Learn?”. Observe the reactions and behaviour from your friends. Also ask them if they have drove before. Question 2: If I would to ask you to post the following question to your friends,...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Mistakes and Failures Are Like Steps In A Staircase

March 7, 2014 · 0 comments Everyone wants Success and Everyone wants Financial Freedom. But is everyone willing to move up the steps? Each step may represent a mistake or a failure in life. Are we able to make mistakes and be able to overcome them and keep moving forward? In fact, Life is full of problems and challenges. When we make mistakes and encounter failures, we feel terrible and we lose confidence in pursuing further. We know that in order to reach higher, we need to keep moving up the steps. The journey for some of us may...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: My Light Shines Through The Darkness

As extracted from http://www.seehowitrade.com Read the full version at http://www.seehowitrade.com/about-me Goals and Dreams Everyone has his goals and dreams in life. The goal of being wealthy and having a happy family may be a common objective for many. Most often than not, many people have also encountered many difficulties, disappointments and setbacks during their pursuit of their goals. I have also got my own goals and dreams. Similarly, in my journey to my goals and dreams,  I have also faced my own set of disappointments and setbacks in life. Each of them, to me is a huge blow to...

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SmartPassiveCashFlow: Popular Articles in 2012

A Re-collection of the Popular Articles in 2012. Have You Improved Since 2012? If Not, why not? Is it not enough Time? Have you ever asked yourself on when will you ever have time? Everyone faces problems daily. The problems faced may be small or big. For small problems, people may just be able to push it aside and get on with lives without much impact to their lives. When it comes to bigger problems, many people may try their best to solve them as these problems will have impact to their lives.  Before they can solve their problems, due...

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