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I’m not sure really the point I’m trying to make with this video. I mean, following someone is already bad enough, but this person enters in another dynamic to their strategy that truly left me scratching my head.

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Uh, all I ask is just don't send me any hate mailwhen you get yourself and your account roasted.I'm not gonna lie, when I got this messageon a message board that I'm a part of,I had to read it a couple of times,'cause I was, did this person really just saywhat my eyes and brain and reading comprehension levelis telling me they said?And yeah, they did.I hope that when I read through this,the only thing you get out of it is entertainment valueand kind of reassurance on why the statisticsare the way they are, especially you know,the 90% failure rate, but if you read thisand are like, oh yeah, that's a good idea,I'm gonna give it a try, well thenin that case, let's tap the brakes on your tradingand realize that you needto do a lot more in terms of your studyingand you need to do a lot morein terms of your comprehension of the market.So let's get to this message.Clay, I just realized thatyou're going to make me lots of money.I loaded up your picks into a watch listfor a couple days and randomly boughta small amount of shares in some of themand already made some money.It appears over time I should do rather well.Let me know if I'm missing anything by doing that.Your videos are cool, but I have to admit,I've been reading charts for yearsso I just view them once in awhile.Did you see the one word that really stood out to me?Randomly?They randomly bought some stocks.Now, it wasn't total randomness because the stockswere my picks, but what theydon't seem to understand and what I hope you don'tyou know, have a false sense of,is that when I do my video chartson just random tickers that I, you knowmap out supports, resistance levels, some trends,that's all it is, it is not a pick.It is not my way of saying hey, buy thisor anything like that.But to think that they just took those stocksand then their words, not mine, like I said,there's a reason why I had to read it a couple times,randomly bought them, and then hey, it worked.Well, it sounds like they've only tried it like once.Let's say they've tried it five times.Five times from a statistical perspectiveis not a big sample size.That's not a good way to go about it,especially when you're just randomly buying stocks,just randomly buying it from a-Please, if you think that randomnesshas a place in any strategy, no matter what it is,let's get that out of your head right now.That's not how this works.If you think that you can follow somebodyand once again, I mean following somebody is bad enough,but you add in that next layer ofcontext of randomly,this is so bad, and I'm not trying to be hard on this personbut I don't know what they're doing.I don't know what they're thinking.They say they've been reading charts for years.So why-I don't know, I just, I don't know,but I don't even know what I want to say with this,but if you think that randomnesshas anything to do with a strategy,let alone following somebody,why they would need to watch my videos, I don't know,when they've been looking at charts for years.I would hope that if you've beenlooking at charts for years, you are saying to Clay,I don't care about your video chart analysis.I've been looking at them for years.I know how to read them.Good, they are definitely, they're just there tocapture the attention and make new people knowwhat charts are and how chartscan be used in a very basic way.But there's just so many things that don't make sense.And once again, to kinda bring this full circle,when you see the numbers of failure,when you see the 90% failure rates,is it really that shocking when you see examples like this.But Clay, this is one example.I know, but I now have the leverage,I now have the convenience of sayingbut this is like the, I don't know.I've probably done maybe 100 Claytrader Mail videos.I have a lot of data points, andif you think that this is just one isolated incident,hey, go down the Claytrader Mail playlistand you'll see that there's all sorts of data pointswith things that just make you go, wait, what?So I don't know really what the point of this was,other than hopefully the obviousin terms of following somebody, randomness,just don't do that.You gotta learn how to do all this on your own.If you are out there trading alone currently,and maybe are in the market looking fora community to join to assist you in your trading,or to just help you, give you another set of eyeballs,then I do have a private trading communitywhere you can trade alongside meand other experienced traders,so what you see popping up on the screen right nowis both an information link, so if you click onthe inner circle one, that is going to take youto the page where I explain all the detailsof what exactly come with the community,both the chatroom and the newsletter,and then the image that has popped upis a behind the scenes tour,where you can see exactly what is going tobe contained within the community.I take you through, like I said,a behind the scenes tour of everything,and that way you'll know preciselywhat you are getting when you join.So definitely check that stuff outif you are interested, and thinking aboutwanting to join a community,and let me know if you have any questions.

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How to Kill Your Stress, Fear, and Frustration as a Trader