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The Evolution And Essential Foundations Of The Stock Market Mastery Methodology


This past week, Grayson and I had the special pleasure of being interviewed by David Keller who, in the video, posed many pithy questions as to the evolution of our Stock Market Mastery methodology

We each reflected on the investing foundations differently, but all three of us agreed on the gravity and relevance of routines. The emphasis on a framework and disciplined structure is touted by essentially every profitable money manage as the key to investing success. So as we close out this year and look to a new year, my wish for you is that you open your eyes, ears and mind to the many wisdoms the markets are offering you. 

It has been my observation that wise investors have a humility both personally and intellectually. It comes from an accumulation of their trading experiences and knowledge of interacting with the markets over years. This intuition can't be developed in isolation. It's their interactions and participation that result in the enlightenment that we call "market wisdom". After years of diligence, these investors earn our accolades as we label them "wise beyond their years".

The interview is unique in that it presents three investors from three different generations as we each explore our respective orientations. I'm confident this video will contribute to your own personal accumulation of market knowledge and wisdom. Here's a link to the specific tools we discuss.

Trade well; trade with discipline!

Gatis Roze, MBA, CMT

Gatis Roze
About the author: , MBA, CMT, is a veteran full-time stock market investor who has traded his own account since 1989 unburdened by the distraction of clients. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, is a past president of the Technical Securities Analysts Association (TSAA), and is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). After several successful entrepreneurial business ventures, Gatis retired in his early 40s to focus on investing in the financial markets. With consistent success as a stock market trader, he began teaching investments at the post-college level in 2000 and continues to do so today. Learn More
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