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BWILC was like a dejavu..

Before i read BWILC, i find it hard to force myself to simply accept the teachings of most trading books especially the famous ones. At the same time, i knew i wanted to be in business and i have it all written down (my trading plan) but i never realise how off i was. I knew somehow deep down i am not being truly honest to myself and i am just rushing to start trading. I also never realise that what's written as my business plan was actually blinded and incomplete. I also could not accept my uncle's advice and teachings on cost averaging and no stop losses (or at least very far out and only if necessary). That's how dangerous the typical teachings are, you can hardly see what you are doing wrong.

Not til i came across BWILC, it was like Wow...it put a smile on my face, my day seems brighter. I finally found something that is not directly saying 'do this!' but instead telling to just wake up! I never thought of bumping into someone who preaches about the same concept of my uncle's and i never really read anything with skeptiscm and resisting to agree but ended up saying 'yup,makes sense and this is the answer to my questions'.

BWILC showed me the true meaning of trading as a business and i could not agree more with its fundamentals and advice.

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