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Today I was catching up with a friend and somehow we managed to conclude that whenever one thing goes well for us, there’ll be a very high chance that many good things will come one by one right after. And vice versa for bad things. It’s as though it’s some type of natural law that we didn’t know yet.
Pretty sure it’s not confirmation bias nor selective bias because we as trading geeks actually detailed down each big things, good/bad, that happened over the past months and the statistics derived from both our past experiences confirmed our previous hypothesis with a substantial degree of confidence.
So basically whenever a big opportunity comes and I took it up, various other big ones come almost immediately one after another. Vice versa for bad things/events/incidents/etc. They just keep coming in many forms. And by big ones, I mean those extreme ends of ROI which comes every half a decade or so, impacting my lifestyle, mindset, network, family, career or financials.
It’s pretty crazy to finally prove this Law of Reoccurrence out just today. And it’s extremely valuable knowledge, if used correctly.
Knowing this, I would want to put myself in positions that will give me the first big positive ROI opportunities. So it’ll keep reoccurring in different ways.. Just thought I should share this...