Legendary trader, Larry Benedict, is back with the 7 DAY BLITZ SUMMIT but before you jump on it remember to trade responsibly. None of the information in this post should be taken as financial advice.
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Larry Benedict's 7 Day Blitz Summit
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Pro Trader or Next Door Neighbor? Larry Benedict
I'll be honest, when I first saw Larry Benedict I wasn't sure if he's a real deal or someone they just grabbed off the street. I feel bad about it but Larry is not the typical flashy camera personality you see on those types of live calls.
It's a bit awkward, shy, and just like the 99% of us. Which if you think about it is beneficial and not something to look down.
Just think about all those smooth and fast talking gurus you get bombarded several times a day, either on Facebook, through email, or ads that seem to follow you everywhere. Do these guys look more honest, legit, or trustworthy than Larry?
At first glance, they might because they're portraying themselves exactly how we want to see them. The calm, cool persona is just a mask they put on to get our trust. Now, I'm not saying that everyone that looks good on camera is fake as you can get good at being on camera by practice.
However, my point is that any time of scrutiny will reveal the faker's true nature.
Larry Benedict is not that kind of person, and he doesn't have to be. He's not going for an oscar or trying to reinvent himself as a smooth marketer. Larry is a trader, and a damn good one, but he's still just a regular guy that I would love to just sit down and chat with.
Do you know what makes him different? His record speaks for itself.
Seven-Day Blitz Summit: Larry Benedict's Proof
So, let's talk more about the man of the hour, Larry Benedict.
The first interesting thing I've learned about Larry is that he was no trading prodigy or some combination of a mad genius as a kid. In fact, he had a humble beginning as a middle-class kid that wanted to make it big.
So, you probably know the rest of the story, right? Comes from nothing but studies hard, becomes successful at a young age, like Teeka Tiwari, and shakes up the world of trading as the result?
Nope, not even close. In fact, Larry Benedict was bad at trading he kept losing money and getting fired from Wall Street. If that wasn't enough, his epic fails are even featured in the Market Wizards, probably the most famous book about traders, by Jack D. Schwager.
So, if Larry Benedict was so bad why was he featured as a market wizard? Because what most people forget is that every time we fail it's an opportunity to learn. Larry took that to hurt and made failure his biggest teacher.
I know failure is painful. Success is sweet and feels good while failing sometimes feels like the whole world is against you. However, failure doesn't only teach us lessons but also conditions us for future failures and how to get back on top.
I mean how many times did you hear a story about someone that lost it all and got it back twice within a short period of time? It sounds like a skill they were just born with it. No matter what they do it will bring them success, right?
No, in 99.99% it was all learned the hard way. If you fail enough times it will mean less and it will be easier to get up each time.
Guess what? All that failure paid off as Larry didn't have a losing year for about 20 years now.
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