First of all, I am actually enjoying my current social networking shut down mode. I have not logged into Twitter for a week or so. And I don’t feel anything missing nor I miss anything. So, let’s see when I feel like tweeting again. Never mind, who cares?
Trading front, nothing new, I am still trading well as usual. Nothing special to report. Boring job.
I am following U.S Open closely, and I am in fact, paying the cable service just to watch the match and replay of the matches. I am not going to make any prediction, because, as usual, champion is going to Roger Federer, while, for women title, I just hope Williams sisters get kicked out, I think I am not asking too much. 🙂
As we speak, I am watching Maria Sharapova Vs Mchale. It is interesting to see that, the camera man caught a shot that Maria was holding her fist tight, looking serious, and maybe, nervous. But I think she is going to win. This got me thinking about trading.
During the game, it is all about you. Pushing yourself to the peak is all you need to do. There is a little to none margin for mistake. You missed a shot, you lost a point. Making mistakes repeatedly will just end your match, and to the worst, end your career. You can tell people, you have been working hard, you are having bad time with your shoulder etc, yes, but sympathies do not earn you anything.
There are still a lot of points, but I am just too lazy to write, things like consistency, having a game plan for different opponents etc.
OK, you got the point.