1) 11 months with GTA 2) I’ve learnt that: - when I’m told that 70% of trading is psychological, that’s not an understatement. - there is always potential for a trade every single day as long as you know what you’re looking for and what you’re doing - you won’t reap good results if you’re not consistent - it’s not as overwhelming as it first seems, anything is teachable 3) This is genuinely has to be the first time I’ve enjoyed a learning process in years. Trading the stock market arms you with skills that’ll set you up for life and give you a level of independence and financial freedom that no other field can give you. Even after I feel like I’ve got a hold of a tragedy, every day is still a new day for learning to train my mind and emotions in regards to trading and I love it. I’ve seen so much progress over the last few months and the consistency and drive has showed in my earnings. When I wasn’t being consistent I hardly made any money and I was demotivated, when I started taking it more seriously the results were dramatically different. I made £855 in five days just last week. Amazing.