I want to thank everyone who has wished me well following my throat surgery....I've been taking it easy; not putting out much info. I'm getting my stronger voice back day-by-day.


NOTE: Just as a reminder to those that have contacted me regarding whether I will accept investment money from them to invest in the commodities trading markets due to my 30%+ daily rate of return. Thank you for having the confidence in me, but NO I will not and do not accept private investment capital. What I do is mentor / teach & coach you how to get those types of returns from your own account.



“It's hard to beat a person who never gives up.” - Babe Ruth

“Think Better. Do Better. Be Better.” - Elljae



Typical technical market behaviors make for some slow market movements......and if you think it's been uneventful and/or slow so far wait till August – even slower.

It's a great time to advance and/or learn to day-trade the markets. We are offering a two-for-one discount for both trading courses for the first time, “Intro. To Trading” and “Advanced Training”. Go to Ebay Item # 260621124924 for complete details, a good starting point and why I do what I do. Additional links to additional info. is also there for both trading and for our non-profit medical foundation. 


“The dedication to work comes from emotion – the subconscious.” - David Brooks.

“ The skill of trading is a unique result of a unique temperament.” - EllJae

“We are on the precipice of the greatest retirement crisis in the history of the world.” - Forbes Magazine



As a trader it is impossible to eliminate uncertainty. Don't try to avoid it by looking for simple set-ups or some straight forward, simple, always right methods. Instead, train your mind to deal with uncertainty. How do you learn to do this? You must be constantly engaged with the market, always trying to figure things out. You must learn from experience.


Right now your learning curve might be stagnant because you're not truly involved with the markets and your behavior. You are acting like a statistician who is separate from the market. Your day is wasted in waiting mode. You are not in the observing and absorbing mode. Because you fear loss you aren't willing to experiment. This means that you aren't making mistakes and failing which is what you need to do to learn quickly.

Take losses (we all have and do), Make mistakes. Be clueless. Don't be afraid of it. It's okay, that's the only way you'll progress. Trust in my educational programs, all three courses and you will progress. It take a different amount of time for each trader, we're all different when it comes to that learning curve. Stay true and success will come. Become a happy and successful trader.





“Best players don't always win but the players who play the best do.” Anon. Coach.


“It's always too soon to quit”. - Norman Vincent Peale






There is so much to be grateful for even though I loss my first Commodity Trading Mentor last week....my father. While he never went on to become a serious trader he set me on my path to become a professional trader …. now in my 40th year. It was Richard Felton whom he introduced me to who was really my mentor and taught me the importance of commodity trading. As we celebrate our countries birthday this weekend lets all remember how blessed we are to live in a Republic / a country that allows us to learn and make whatever amount of income we choose. In the USA we can become whatever we want to be and you know what? Today 80% of people in the world can do the same whether they live in the USA or not.....thanks to computers and my mentoring / education / coaching.





“If it wasn't hard everyone would do it. IT'S THE HARD THAT MAKES IT GREAT”. - Tom Hanks


“Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson


“I'm not normal. I don't want to be. I don't pretend to be. I am me.”


“ I believe that if you show people the problems and you show them the solutions, they will be moved to act.” - Bill Gates


IN REMEMBRANCE..................

IN REMEMBRANCE...............

This week my heart is full. Just as I wrote in this Blog in and from the beginning (please go back to the beginning if you'd like to understand what I do and why I do it), I had a mentor (Richard Felton) who introduced me to commodity trading and directed me on my way, and I lost that mentor way too young; when he was just 39 yrs. old and I was 33 yrs. old.

This week I lost another of my mentors ….. my Father. He was 93 yrs. old but that still doesn't make it any easier. My Father introduced me initially to Commodity Trading which lead to the friendship I had with Richard Felton. As I turned 65 this last week, I'm reminded of how much my Father has done and given me and I will forever be grateful. I'm going to miss you Dad and our bi-weekly phone calls and our golf matches. “Rest In Peace”.



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