Bob Holland was about forty-five, lean and wiry,
and had thinning grey hair.
He got restless and irritable whenever he couldn't trade.
Trading had effectively become his entire life.
He started delivering a lecture ...
The best way to learning trading was to just do it.
But don't ever borrow money from family or friends.
Never make a bet that you can't afford to lose.
Try to understand the psychology surrounding a stock,
and how Mass Psychology works.
Because the markets are the product of human activity,
and humans follow trends.
When you enter a trade,
make sure you have an idea of how you expect it to behave,
because if it acts counter to that - get out!
Trading is not an exact science.
The stock operation can't be pinned down to any one system.
It was all random.
Traders are not rewarded for being patient.
Securities investment is just about the only human activity
where a combination of talent and application
dose not bring a reward.