What’s Your Investment Intention?

What are you doing today to create wealth prosperity for the future? I don’t know about you, but someday I’ll have that huge estate in Rancho Santa Fe and enough money to be able to travel across the world and help other business people and children in third world countries. However, in order to get where I want to be I’ve come to realize that I need to come up with an investment intention.

Do you have an investment intention? I don’t really like to use the word “plan” because it’s such a “set in stone” word to me. You map out what you want to happen, but often times something else happens - something totally different from what you planned. This is fine by me as long as the final result is achieved. In my experience I’ve learned to just keep the goal in mind and let The Universe handle all the other details.

With that said, part of the reason I started Fully Stocked was to learn about the stock market and share my experiences with those who want investment information. Lately I’ve been thinking about the foreign exchange market. Well, lo and behold, I came across the Global Futures Exchange & Trading Co., Inc. which deals with global futures and forex trading as investments (certainly the Law of Attraction at work!). This is a whole new ball game for me, so it’s nice to know that I can start with as little as $250.

Right now I’ve just been investing in stocks, but now my journey has taken me into the global futures and foreign exchange markets. I see alot of potential in these types of investments, plus for me, foreign exchange trading ties in with learning about other countries ;)

I’d love to hear about any experience you’ve had with these types of investment vehicles and/or what your prosperity intentions are...

Disclaimer: There is risk of loss trading Futures, options and forex

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2 comments:

Cedric said...

It's nice to see such innocence. It is quite possible that you will find the markets to be the best and most demanding personal-development teacher you're ever likely to have. Win or loose, if you are truly open minded enough the markets will teach you things about yourself that you never knew. And if you get into leveraged markets like foreign exchange the lessons will come much faster and much harder. Take care, have a plan and manage your risk. I wish you all the best.

Maria Palma said...

Hi Cedric,

I appreciate your comment and will take your advice... I think I've mastered patience, so that will be my approach to investing. Thanks!

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