Daytrading quickly becomes a bullsh*t job, and as such people justify it?

Discussion in 'Psychology' started by crgarcia, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. It's amazing how people justify their bullshit jobs:

    Daytrading quickly becomes a bullshit job, no income, no future, no connections, no useful experience, no nothing.

    Just a fool generating commissions and wasting his money and time in the process.

    So daytraders tend to justify their failure to keep failing?
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    A handy desk reference for those pesky conference call questions from analysts.:cool:
  3. 1) Did you forget to take your "meds" this morning?
    2) Difficulty on your part does not mean impossibility on someone else's part.
    3) ALL jobs have those "attributes". :( :eek: :mad: :(
  4. crgarcia is just a perpetual demotivator.
  5. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    why are you here?
  6. buylo


    Hear hear.
  7. spindr0


  8. garcia, your real problem is you're preaching a drug free life in an opium den.

    you think these addicts are going to acknowledge anything you have to say?
  9. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    but it is the thought that counts however 'perpetual demotivator' has a nice ring to it.
  10. pspr


    Those who can't releive their frustrations by bashing those who can.

    Good luck in your janitorial job.
    #10     Apr 12, 2010