By the way: this is a good read (you might be familiar with number two):
Moreover, I have spent thousands of hours doing market research. The approach presented here is not something that I was given. It is the result of 8 years of hard work. And what you did? Did you do this kind of research?
I share my experience here, because I understand that my way to financial freedome was not the best one. I made lots of mistakes. I just want other traders not to repeat my mistakes. What you do? Do you share your experience (if you have any)? Are you trying to help anybody?
To simplify the process of analysis, I have learnt an MQL4 language and coded my experience into scripts and indicators. Now the market analysis is as easy as a double-click on corresponding script. It's true, I share my software with the comunity but my main income is trading. Because I generate enough for living, the software is almost free! Did you do anything of this kind? Became a programmer? Created software?
And no you tell me I am arrogant. Instead of saying "thank you", you say: "Hey, we are not mates. What you did is nothing to be proud about. It is not enough. You must do more: record videos in English, use subtitles, make volume up, read wiki ..." How many mates you have who have done the same amount of work for you?
Of course, I am arrogant. I was working for ten hours a day to finish my work. And you are a lazy bone who wants a ready made secret that will turn you into a professional trader overnight. I repeat, you will fail if you don't change your beliefs. You won't reach your goal if you do not work as hard as I did.
So, first, go and do the same amount of work that I did and only then come back here and teach me how I should share my experience or behave with the public.
One major trait, that sets apart good form excellent is humbleness. A good introduction to personality & trading, and a must-read is Jesse Livermore's "Reminiscence of a Stock Operator" by Edwin Lefevre (see, I already shared two great sources with you ;).
Again, thanks for sharing your ideas :)