Stock Market’s Dark Little Secret

I guess everyone has or knew someone’s little dirty secret in this world, from a dark underarm to corrupting government funds, raised by blood, sweat and tears of the working class voting citizens. You bet, even the stock market has its own share of dark secrets they don’t want you to know.

You want to know what it is – read on!

Let’s take for example the Wall Street which is the most famous and renowned financial grinding hotspot in the world. Take a walk along the district of Lower Manhattan and see for yourself the figuratively and literally dark ambiance of the place filled with buildings most of which are financial institutions. If you won’t bother to look a little closer, you see for yourself people in dark suits that triumphantly herald to the top of their lungs incantations that they only know what. When you hear this out – then you are at the heart of the stock market.


And if you don’t insist on going in – you wonder what the hell is going on inside those buildings. Well, in fact that is how financial brokers want you to have that impression about them. As far as these people are concerned, they want the secret to wealth creation through the stock market remains just that – a dirty little secret.

Nevertheless, you see them having rosy advertisements and promising investment showcases. But this financial powerhouse knows that it is in their best interest to keep you from knowing and understanding wealth creation in the stock market and attain financial freedom. After all, what financial institution would want to lose billions worth of investment if people (we mean ordinary Joe and Jane Doe) figure out the Wall Street devilish code.

Do you know that the first thing you need to know about the secret in wealth creation through the stock market is to know that there is no secret at all! Even the ways and means to learning and attaining it is no secret either. Just like any other skills in life, you can master it by constant study and constant repetition. All you need is the willingness to work hard and a whole lot of common sense. We all do these things more often – could you be a CEO or a common employee of a company.


Warren Buffet in his financial splendor uttered the most profound financial wit you will ever hear, “…the first rule is not to lose money. Second, is to never forget the first rule!”

How profound is that? 🙂

Of course, we are not forgetting smart investing which you will learn as you strive harder on your way to financial freedom.


Take it from the story of a little girl who wants to buy a watermelon. She asked the farmer, “How much is that watermelon?” pointing to a bigger one. The farmer answered, “..that my girl is $3 a piece”. The answered, “…but I only have $.30 cents?” The farmer pointed her to a little unripe watermelon instead. The girl agreed, “…ok I’ll take that, but I’ll leave it there in the vine for the next 30 days and I’ll get back to get it!”

Your investment pretty works in the same fashion – a slice of common sense, another of patience and a pinch of smart ass. Add to that, that the younger you invest the younger you will savor the ripened fruit of the watermelon.

And hey, note one more thing, there is no formalize and institutionalized education on stock market. There is no Bachelor’s Degree in Stock Trading. Stock Market is a free trade – it’s all up to you.

Kick start? Here is one great resource in your head start towards lightning up the dark secret of the stock market »  



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Sweet, I blame you not, for mine the fault was, had I not been made of common clay. I had climbed the higher heights unclimbed yet, seen the fuller air, the larger day. From the wildness of my wasted passion I had struck a better, clearer song, Lit some lighter light of freer freedom, battled with some Hydra-headed wrong. – Oscar Wilde

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