Trading From Doha, On My Way to Africa
I am writing this letter from Doha, Qatar, as I make my way to another mountaineering expedition. I had the chance to trade TSLA and AMD today with Brian from my hotel room. Please watch our recap here.
Doha has truly blown my mind. This city is incredible and they are getting ready to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. I cannot wait to come back to cheer on my favorite soccer team!
After my time at the NYSE, I visited Washington, DC, then flew to Doha, and am now heading to Africa to climb the highest peak in that continent, Mount Kilimanjaro (if all goes well with the various travel requirements). Stay tuned for my updates in the chatroom and on my social media.
As you may have noticed, we now have an additional chatroom being run by my friend and the great trader, Ed Martin. Ed recently merged his community at AverageJoe Trading with Bear Bull Traders. We welcome his members and look forward to trading next to each other. Ed is an expert in growing small accounts and trading small share sizes, and all without trading penny stocks. I highly recommend you check out his room and learn from him (as well as from our other moderators). We will shortly be providing more information about his new program, course, and mentorship sessions.
Last, but not least, I’d like to wish an early Happy Veterans Day to all of the veterans and active duty service members in our community! This includes two of our moderators, Mike and John, who have contributed greatly to the BBT community. Thank you all for your service.
For now, I am off to the airport. Looking forward to trading with you from Africa!
To your success,
PS: Thor has been missing from trading for almost a week. His daughter is not feeling well and is in the hospital. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. If you are in touch with Thor, please don’t hesitate to send him a heartwarming message or perhaps some love through his social media. I am sure he appreciates all of our support, and he and his beautiful wife Janelle should know that they are not alone.