Keep On Learning

Ever since I began serving this community as a junior moderator, I’ve always felt grateful about the privilege I’ve been given to support highly motivated traders on their own path to success. Very recently, I’ve also decided to support the WarriorPro students into the deeply updated day trading course which is still ongoing.

As many of you may already know, I started my journey as a trader by joining the WarriorPro program around one year ago. So, you may be wondering why I decided to join it again. The easy answer is: now that I’m playing a different role in the community so I’m there just to support the other students.

Guess what? Easy answers are very often wrong. Or, to be more accurate, they are only partially true. In fact, as I am going through these series of lessons, I am realizing there is much more than that. In particular, here are three more reasons why I’m finding following the trading courses still a lot useful:

  • Getting more technical insights from the course content itself: I think the quality of the material itself grew up significantly since last year, thanks to the keen attention to every detail that Ross has had while putting more contents. Then, his passion for sharing and talent in communication are simply unbeatable.
  • Enjoying answer as many questions as possible coming from students: I’m experiencing that great feeling when serving other traders that are now sitting where I was just twelve months ago. Personally, I think there is no greater sensation than helping other motivated human beings.
  • Noticing within myself that’s what I love to do: I am from Italy, so the course starts every day at 10PM local time and last for hours. Yesterday night, I found myself immersed into this till 4AM without a glitch. When something like this happens, you know that you love what you do. Coming to this point, it’s already a great achievement in life by itself.

So, there are always huge opportunity to continue learning. No matter what trading level is, no matter for how long you have been doing this. Let’s always strive to get lessons for whatever situation presents itself. Whether is good or bad.

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

See you in chat-room!

Trade safe,

Roberto Barbaro