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Internet Home Business Idea:  Index Trading Mentoring Program

Today’s home business overview is not network marketing or direct sales. It is certainly unusual and WOULD NOT be suitable for many people, because of the the skills involved, the risks involved and the start up costs.  You be the judge…and be sure to do your due diligence as always. At any rate, I think you will find it to be a fascinating idea, especially if you are seeking a way to earn an income using the internet.

This is a program that you will have to SEE in action, to get the full effect. Enjoy the videos.

Index Trading Mentoring Program

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  • Bob Firestone October 13, 2009, 4:12 pm

    Trading futures contracts is extremely risky and is only for those with substantial existing wealth. Having been in the business of trading futures contracts for seven years I can with out a doubt say if you can not afford to put up at least $25,000 to trade and afford to lose every penny of it you should not be trading.

    Actual trading is highly regulated, the people who sell systems and training programs are not. This means they can make claims that would get any licensed market participant thrown out of the business EX. “Big Money, Little Trades”. The risk of loss is substantially more than what you invest because futures contracts are leveraged financial instruments magnifying the results for the better or worse. The mini-dow contract they showed trading 1 contract is the same as buying or selling $49,000 worth of stock (Index price X $5 per point).

    Day trading is not a path to wealth for all but the best of the best traders. In the book Mind Over Markets they open with how success for traders breaks down…
    80% of people are losing,
    10% are breaking even or making about the equivalent of a minimum wage job,
    10% are making all the money lost by the 80%
    Those numbers are skewed because the 80% who lose cycle out and are replaced by a new set of losers and the 10% making all the money remain the same.

    • admin October 13, 2009, 10:46 pm

      Thank you for the comments, Bob. Yes, this is certainly not an idea suited to everyone. To anyone considering ANY business opportunity or money making idea, I urge you to DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE. Secondly, always work on personal development,mindset and entrepreneurial attitude… Without the latter, success that is lasting will be elusive.