I usually have that same mindset when looking at other extreme activities. But there is something about this that I am attracted too. I'm not sure why but it looks beautiful and I can hardly believe that its possible for a human to fly down a mountain like that.
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I think that at this point in my life, trading is a prerequisite for almost all my future hobbies. I have a couple hobbies that keep me sane right now, but anything that will cost a significant amount of money will have to wait till I'm more financially viable. Hopefully its trading that will take me to where I want to be.
Last edited by saiga; August 23rd, 2013 at 06:17 AM.
Trading is my passion, but I do have other hobbies. When I first started trading It was to obtain wealth but as time passed and money was lost, I developed a passion for trading in itself. So in a way trading is a lot like any other passion one might have but in order to focus on other things I must focus on trading first.
I definitely trade for the hope of future returns and wealth but trading in order to do extreme activities is not my goal. Flying just fascinates me and I thought I'd share. I can't imagine ever do what those guys do, that's way to crazy. But I would not mind getting into skydiving in the future.