I knew that it was not my day:
There was a grapevine that the company was changing hands and the new management was not too keen on maintaining old staff and even before I could figure out that was definitely not one of the people to stay board, I had started scouting for jobs.
The internet is full of jobs only when you don’t want them!
Since I was still in a position, I knew that I had a little time to be able to choose the right kind of preoccupation. It was fortunately quite early and I was in no desperation to find just about any job that came my way.
But this thing I realized and that is when I was not looking for jobs, my mails were always overflowing from offers from various job sites but the moment I logged in and checked them out for myself, I found them to be really lacking any sheen at all.
I always wanted to trade:
Okay, I must also confess that I was much bored with working for anyone. I wanted to start off independently. I had thought about trading in my college days or perhaps start a business with a bank loan. I realized that this may be God’s way of telling me to follow my heart.
I picked up my guns:
I checked out a few sites and all said that online trading was something. I checked it out and it perfectly fitted my bill. The problem was that I was not able o single out which trading platform I must opt for.
It was a dilemma!
Indeed. And I found myself reading up on every software till I came to one called the Ethereum Code and I was impressed in the first instance itself. The pitch on their homepage was awe inspiring. I signed up on a pilot basis and soon was learning the ropes.
The initial deposit evaporated soon:
I take it as the learning curve. A lot of people who lose money on trading tend to blindly blame the software without realizing that this is a high-risk venture. If you have to win some you will also lose some. It is a matter of luck and consistency. You cannot blame the software for swallowing your money if you are hard at luck or anything!
A lot of people have since asked me, “is it a scam!” and I categorically tell them No, it is not, definitely not, signing off!!