My motto in life has been “If you want something and pursue it with a definite purpose, then the whole creation will come together to help you achieve it”. I will be honest it has served me well.
I have witnessed many amazing things throughout my life. I have lived in numerous countries, including Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan Turkmenistan, Russia, and The United States of America. I was forced to experience many distinct cultures, see different ways of life and observe how a strange society operates. I have learned about eastern and western history, philosophies, politics and religions; Life itself has been a great teacher for me. I have been traveling since I was a small child. In every country that I moved to, I had to overcome great challenges to adapt quickly to new ways and compete with people who were born to that society. Competition has become a part of my character. During my travels, I have learned to speak 4 languages fluently including Russian, Urdu, Farsi, and English. Most of them I had to start from scratch. For example, when I moved to the United States on March 16 2004, (it marks me staying the longest in a single country of 8 years). I remember I spoke only 3 phrases.
I have always known what I wanted in life since I was a child, I just didn’t know how to get there until I was introduced to the stock market. During my senior year in High School I was working as a security officer. I worked in many posts including a 63,000 square feet mansion on top of a mountain in Beverly Hills that belonged to Jeffrey Green. Originally he was a real estate mogul but on November of 2007 at the peak of the markets, he had invested 50 million dollars against the housing market, which in one and a half years made him worth 1.4 billion dollars and made him one of Forbes 400. After knowing about the power of the stock market, I became so fascinated that I couldn’t think of anything else. Ever since my goal in life has become to master the financial markets.
When I graduated from High School in 2008, I enrolled in college and started taking economics and finance classes. I completed a year of courses and realized that I wasn’t given enough information about the Stock Market. They only taught me the basics, which I had already known from my own personal research. I decided to start looking for a mentorship, for somebody who had real investment experience and knew what the financial markets were all about.
It was summer of 2009 when I met Mr. H. Syed. I learned great strategies from him. He shared with me about his advanced forward looking perspective on the financial markets using technical analysis, Mathematical Data, Geometric Patterns, and Physics Dynamics Laws. He also taught me about market cycles, mathematical, geometrical and spiral relationship within the markets. Mr. Syed was awarded the Illinois “Businessman of the Year Award” in 2002; he was a very smart and talented investor. Throughout his life, he had managed many types of business including short term and long term investments.
Starting summer of 2009, I have not missed a single day when the bell rings at 6:30am PST and I watch candlestick bars being created from 5-minute charts all the way to quarterly charts. Besides that, I have done some very extensive researches. I have done a lot of reading to enhance my skills. Also there were days when I worked on analyzing charts even up to 16 hours a day. I have achieved some unbelievable results, which led me to new discoveries of time cycles, and why prices shall rise or fall.
Although traveling around the world and having experienced an abundance of things, nothing fascinates me more than the psychology of the financial markets. Because of today’s global market and its impact on each other I am constantly following the news of the stock market from around the world starting from Tokyo to London to India to China and back to New York. It is a roller coaster ride with an unparalleled adrenaline rush.