You may have noticed that two of today’s blog posts have been password-protected. This has been done intentionally so that I am the only one able to view these particular blog posts.
I often look at my recent blog posts whilst I am on the run (say on the train or tube, or waiting for someone in a cafe) to reaffirm things that I am learning and trying to implement. The blog is a great way of doing that.
However there are now some details that I would like to review and read whilst on the run, but which I am no longer looking to share publicly because they are the result of a lot of hard work, and which I consider are actually very useful for my trading. It may turn out that these insights are not valuable at all, but I’ve decided to be a bit more protective of them. Yes, I could of course try to store the “private posts” in a different place, but for now it seems such a easy and practical solution for me! Hopefully readers of the blog will appreciate this view.
As a bit of background on the blog:
This blog was originally started in May 2013 at the suggestion of Paul Wallace, who explained it would be a good method for him to keep an eye on my trading activities. I never expected that I would still be blogging close to three years later. Thus far I have made a bit over 550 individual blog posts – enough to fill a book!?
I have found the blogging to be tremendously beneficial for my trading development and trading learning. It’s a great way to articulate challenges that one goes through, and with trading there are many! I wrote a post about the benefits here.
All in all, the blog has a lot of written material but practically zero organisation or structure, so am not sure what I will do with it in the near future!!
In any case, I hope that everyone, whilst having their coffee, will still continue to enjoy reading all the public blog posts!!