I figured I'd try something new that isn't necessarily Forex related. I enjoy when someone enlightens me with interesting links out there on the internet. Therefore, I might try to post my own regularly. These links could be forex related or not. After all, we all need things other than trading in our lives.
Shoppers Bite Back (http://www.consumerist.com)
The Consumerist is a daily must read. We've all had our issues as consumers and this site brings them to light.
We Are Capitalists (http://www.thinkingstuff.com)
Forex related post by Sharky who doesn't see anything wrong with signal services or selling your own trading system. After all, we are trading to make money.
Trading Involves Sitting… A lot of It. (http://www.fitday.com)
Try to stick to that New Year's Resolution. Use a free weight loss and diet journal.
Get your news the democratic way. Here is a list of the social network sites. I visit Digg very often throughout the day.
Sharky from over at http://www.thinkingstuff.com talks about exactly what I've been doing for the last couple of weeks. I too just purchased a 250 Gig external hard drive where all my historical data and databases are being stored. I did this so that I can process this data locally and not on my web servers. Crunching data is so CPU intensive that access to this website used to crawl when I would do any backtesting or number crunching.
Buying an external hard drive is Sharky's first step towards success. Check out the link above to see the additional 6 steps.
I didn't get a Playstation 3 or a Nintendo Wii. I didn't show enough dedication to getting either and just got caught up in the hype. By the time I got to any store, I was already too late. Here are a couple of pictures showing crowds at Target at 7 am as I was leaving.