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How many of you out there think that the market is performing well?

How many think the market is performing poorly?

And how many feel the markets performance is neutral?

Actually none of these answers is correct. You see, learning and reading our options made easy articles, you will realize that the market does not perform, you do. You perform!

Sometimes you perform well, and other times you do not perform so well. The market doesn’t perform, it moves. It moves up, it moves down and it moves sideways. This is all apart of learning our options made easy article course.

It moves along like anything else that travels in a business cycle. If the market did perform, then you would only be able to make money in an up market.

As you know, it is possible to make money in a down market, and even in a stagnant market. Thus it stands to reason that the market simply moves and you react to it. So, let’s talk about your performance. You have two ways that you can perform, directly and indirectly.

Options made easy means directly, you pick your own stocks. Indirectly, someone else picks your stocks for you, whether it is your broker or a fund manager.

In the latter case, the fact that you chose someone else to pick the actual stock does not mean that the responsibility of a loss is theirs. After all, it was you who chose them.

In the end, it is you and you alone who are responsible for your performance. Consequently, it is your responsibility to become an educated investor and read our options made easy articles that we post.

Years ago, individual investors didn’t have to worry about who was managing their money. Now, things have changed as poor returns from money managers and investment firm scandals have shaken our confidence in these professionals.

To get a better look at what lies ahead, you have to go back and look at what transpired to get you to where you are now. From there, maybe a clearer path into the future will become visible.

During the Great Bull Market of the 1990’s, many investors, like you, entered the market and reaped the returns of the largest bull market in history.

Everyone, it seemed, made incredibly high rates of return. The market’s incredible, unprecedented move appeared to make geniuses of us all - but in actuality, it masked some major flaws with many industry professionals. It also created a misconception in the general public that all market professionals were experts.

Suddenly, the bubble burst and those flaws were exposed.

Not only did we find out that most of those experts possessed more luck than skill, but we also discovered that some had been cheating us out of our hard earned savings.

Many investors were discouraged with these market developments, and to make matters worse, many had lost significant amounts of money. Not to mention, the prospect of regaining these losses seemed slim to uncertain, at best.

Furthermore, options made easy does not mean the very people we normally looked to for help in retrieving these losses either lacked the talent to recover them or had lost enough of our trust and confidence that we wouldn’t even entertain the thought of letting them try.

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