Certified Public Accountant
Senior Process Engineer
Their job provides them and their families with most necessities. It pays for housing, utilities, food, and transportation.
It helps them buy clothes and school supplies. The job may even be enjoyable, enabling them to use a particular skill or talent, to meet interesting people, or to add some much-needed variety to their days.
Yet, very often, a traditional job working outside the home falls short of meeting all our needs. In many cases, that job fails to provide us with enough money to confidently face the future, especially as we become responsible for others besides ourselves.
Frequently, we’re not in a position to pay for college at a top-rated school, give our children the wedding of their dreams, or help them get started financially as adults.
We can also become unsure that we can meet these seemingly never-ending financial obligations, while also saving for retirement and emergencies that can show up along the way.
Moreover, having a traditional job outside the home can take us away from the people who are most important to us.
Calvin Roose of St. Pella, Iowa. Calvin has a day job working in the coffee business, which he enjoys. However, he also has a growing family and wants to make sure they are provided for now and in the future. That’s why he started looking at the stock market as a way to earn more money while also eventually being able to spend more time at home with his growing family.
St. Pella, Iowa
Take Calvin Roose of St. Pella, Iowa. Calvin has a day job he enjoys, but he also has a growing family and wants to be sure they are provided for now and in the future. That’s why he started looking to the stock market as a way to earn more money while also eventually being able to spend more time at home with his young family.
As Calvin began to study the stock market, he saw people trading with large accounts and making significant gains. Unfortunately, Calvin didn’t have that kind of money to work with.
“It’s fun to watch someone throw $50,000 into a trade and let it roll up a few cents and pull out $1,000 bucks and call it a day,” says Calvin, “But I didn’t have anywhere near that amount to work with when I started. I started my journey rather small, made some gains, and then gave all the gains away and most of the starting pool. I knew I needed help and someone to show me the right path.”
“It’s fun to watch someone throw $50,000 into a trade and let it roll up a few cents and pull out $1,000 bucks and call it a day, but I didn’t have anywhere near that amount to work with when I started.”
Calvin knew that he needed regular access to a system that would work for someone like him, someone who only had a small amount of money to trade. Luckily, for he and his family, Calvin discovered Jeff Williams and his SuperNova Trading service.
“SuperNova has the chatroom where I can put together an idea and ask about it. Jeff breaks down what he’s looking for in trades, but also breaks down member suggested trades and ideas.”
“Jeff is also talking about other trades that he’s not in that have good setups and what he likes or dislikes about those trades.” explains Calvin, “It’s a constant stream of feedback and information from him and the other moderators and other traders in the room.”
“I started looking for someone who worked in smaller dollar trades and found Jeff Williams at SuperNova. I’m glad I did!”
Although he has gained more experience, Calvin continues to follow the chats and learn all he can. “I’ve gained a lot of knowledge of what to look for in setups and follow-through,” he said. “The biggest benefit to being in SuperNova is the instant feedback, I and everyone in the chat room gets when asking a question.”
Calvin enjoys the constant learning as much as the profits, “My favorite trades aren’t the ones that have the biggest percentage return that was recommended in the service,” he says.
“My favorite trades are the ones where I take what I’ve learned, find a setup, and run the trade start to finish for profit,” he says, “That’s where I’m constantly learning and gaining daily with SuperNova and the group there. It’s a pretty supportive community as well, so posting a winning trade and getting high-fives from the group is always nice, too,” he adds.
Calvin has also learned that setting up his trades properly is a key stepping stone on the road to earning more profits. As he puts it, “The saying is true: plan your trade and trade your plan. That helps get the emotions out of winging it or convincing yourself that the trade won’t really go much lower … five or eight times. It’s way easier to sleep at night when you’re still inside your comfort zone.”
“My favorite trades aren’t the ones that have the biggest % return that was recommended in the service. My favorite trades are the ones where I take what I’ve learned, find a setup, and run the trade start to finish for a profit.”
As Calvin continues to develop the trading skills he needs to pull profits from the market consistently, he’s feeling better about the future.
Now that he has stock trading to supplement his income, he feels more confident that his family, which now includes a one-month-old infant, will always have everything they need.
But for now, Calvin hopes that trading will allow him to work less away from home, and spend more time at home with his growing family.
In the long run, he’s looking forward to being in a position to devote most of his time and energy to family, travel, and other causes that are true to his heart.
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Certified Public Accountant
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