I see the midget in between the beans. Hemm, guess I need to stare back the "room".
Well, Scary face is indeed scary, found the scoundrel!
@Gissa, Cheers Gissa, saw your email, you are C.O.R.R.E.C.T and your E.Y.E.S software is working and you're the first one that has spotted the scary face in the picture I posted.
I C the man in the coffee beans, he could be the same man in my picutre . . . . hint* hint*
@Sun, well done Sundaram and thanks for not spoiling it for others who are still searching.
@Peter, that is some strong rose wine you are drinking, steady on old chap ;) it may help you to relax the E.Y.E.S software, check your email then see if you can spot the scary face hidden in the picture, once you've found the scoundrel it will be difficult not to C him . . .
Something a little easier on the E.Y.E.S software . Sitting at your computer, you should see a picture of the Great Albert Einstein here. Now step back from your monitor (around 10 feet or so, if possible) or squint your eyes and tell me who else is hiding in the picture . . . .
Like A Candle In The Wind ;)
i dont think they are the same person, the man in the room has a much thicker eyebrow ( the one i can see anyways )
shes so pretty she should be a movie star
answer to the original question, of course,
@Talisman, nice one, sent you an email regarding the scary face in the first picture I posted.
@Leon, Norma Jeane was certainly a super star of her Era , regarding medical aid, try a glass of wine or a bottle of stella, it works for Peter ;o) .
Hi Lisa - Hope you had a nice break at the beach last week- I remember you saying you would be having a short trading week - and I will say you did not really miss too much ;-)
Re - The life of a commercial trader and working in London. I will say when I worked in the business world - I would rarely have a working week under 55 hrs with really busy ones which might take a day out of my weekend and add up to over 70hrs of intense stress and pressure.
It was easy in my 30's and 40's and i would always have 4 + holidays a year to relax etc - but then as you get older- weekends become more important with the family - and you don't want to be arriving home from work at 10pm at night.
So when I starting to look at trading I though I don't mind pressure and living in the UK is great giving you a great window of opportunity over the main part of a trading day.
Retail trading and commercial trading are different and so there as been many times over the last few years when I have only worked 2-4 hrs a day.However I do like pressure so this last 5 weeks I have been scalping in the "gate" group everyday between London Open and London close - approx 9 hrs. During that 9 to 10 hrs I am probably watching my screens less than 4-5 hrs as most of my trades are under 15 minutes and I generally know when they might happen.
If I have other things planned - I fit my trades around them - and so might have a 1 or 2 hr break. Every hour I will always be away from my screens for 5-15 mins doing something or other.
Over the 5 weeks scalping most days have been well over 100 pips with a few over 200 pips and 3 days last week between 80-95 pips - because the market was quiet and I missed some key times. Most days I am doing 10 -20 trades and even if I get 3 or 4 trades wrong - I will still make good profit and over my minimum now of 50 pips a day.#
My type of trading is a lot different from the dream way forex trading as been sold - ie 1 hr a day walk away leave and then by the end of the week take all your money out etc. There was an article a few years ago in the UK Sunday times about a London trader who worked from his own office from 4am in the morning - went to his bank office by 10am and stayed until 7pm at night.
He was a top currency trader specializing in yen pairs and was in control of a massive account - but was making over £30 million pound a year and was being continually "headhunted"by other large players.
I think if I had a 50 or 500 million dollar account and my lot sizes were really big - I would not like that stress at my time of life ( ie middle aged lol) . I do focus when needed but i will be trading -typing - watching global TV - reading the papers and having egg and bacon sarnies in between ( yes and also walking Basil )
Remember - "you get out - what you put in" - and "the more i practice - the luckier I get "
@Peter and others who could not find the face of the scary trader in the picture I posted, look in the bottom left hand corner, behind the cushion ;o) .
One More For You Peter (since you like pink elephants)
That picture looks funny before I have had a drink - what will it look like afterwards?
It makes you understand how we all look at our charts and see different directions
And when you are under pressure and stress and there's a "big elephant" in the room with either 4 or 5 or even 8 legs :-) - you know its time to step back and have a cup of tea :-)
After you've had a few drinks Peter who know's what that picture would look like !
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