Trading with Mister X

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Mister X, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. Mister X

    Mister X

    Welcome to “Trading with Mister X”

    Let’s get a few things straight. I am a not a particularly successful trader, so don’t expect to get tips or advice from this journal. But even though I am not all that successful, I don’t want any tips or advice from you.

    My trading style is what it is – and it is not for public consumption. So don’t go asking a lot of questions, because I won’t answer them.

    The equipment I have, the software I use, and the data feed I subscribe to are none of your concern. My age, my background, my location, and any other personal information is just that – personal.

    All I will tell you is that I trade the S&P 500 E-Mimi contract. Lot size, targets, objectives, and the like are my business – not yours.

    I am not looking to be your friend, your best buddy, or your newest pal. Don’t e-mail, or PM me – I won’t reply. Keep your opinions, assessments, and critiques to yourself - maybe you know what you’re talking about, and then again, maybe you don’t.

    Don’t waste your time trying to figure out if I am someone else, or if I used to be someone else. I won’t address the issue.

    So with that out of the way, you may ask what can be found here, and why you should read it. You are going to find my unique way of looking at the market, and life itself. Sometimes you won’t understand anything I say. At other times you will see yourself in my posts. But you will be compelled to follow along.

    Any resemblance to previous journals is purely coincidental. I may mimic, copy, or parody earlier threads just to throw you off, or just because I want to. Some of you may find much of what I post to be humorous. Some will be offended. Still others just won't get it.

    I won’t be crying on your sleeve looking for sympathy. Nor will I pretend to be guiding you down the path to success and profits. Sometimes I will poke fun at myself – sometime I’ll poke fun at you, maybe even by name. And I will surely be commenting on other journals, as I see fit.

    And with that, let the best damn journal on this board begin.
     
  2. Weasel

    Weasel

    What a guy!
     
  3. LOL. Here we go again.
     
  4. "But even though I am not all that successful, I don’t want any tips or advice from you.

    My trading style is what it is – and it is not for public consumption. So don’t go asking a lot of questions, because I won’t answer them.

    The equipment I have, the software I use, and the data feed I subscribe to are none of your concern. My age, my background, my location, and any other personal information is just that – personal."


    what makes you think we want to know?
     
  5. Oh come on! pleeeaaze, tell us who you are!:(

    :D :D
     
  6. This humor reminds me of someone...Mr Sub maybe???

    :D :D :D
     
  7. Karma I know who he is -- tell me who you are and I will let the cat outa the bag:)
     
  8. Daveron

    Daveron

    Somebody message me if he says something funny, thanks.
     
  9. Mister X

    Mister X

    The initial post of the journal has been well received - and has met my expectations. Already the natives are restless and confused. Unable to fathom a journal that is not crying out for help, or intended to snag new customers for a web site, the “get to know me” post has drawn hostility.

    Good.

    The real secret to a successful journal has been lost to all but a few. The viewers must be emotionally involved. I could be wrong (though unlikely), but I sense emotions starting to flow.

    Later I will post my observations on the market itself – the real purpose for the journal once we get over the initial shock.
     
  10. Weasel

    Weasel

    Is Mister X George Soros?
     
    #10     Oct 18, 2002