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How Josh Kilby took his Real Estate Company from a Local Brand to a Global Brand

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At just 23 years old, Josh Kilby decided to leave his 9-5 job as a bank teller and pursue a career in real estate in one of America’s hottest and most competitive real estate markets – Nashville, Tennessee. “I didn’t know anything about real estate at the time, but I do know one thing – no matter what you’re doing – if you have the work ethic, you will be successful”, Josh said. 

From Journey to Success

In his first 3 months, he sold $175,000 in real estate. In the next 3 months, he sold over $1million. In his first year, he profited over $150,000 which was 5 times his salary as a bank teller.

In 2019, Josh decided to take his real estate company from a local brand to a global brand. “I quickly learned the power of social media and what it can do for your business”, Josh said. He started posting about his journey on facebook and instagram and sharing inspiration to help other entrepreneurs. His creative content has grabbed the attention of people from all of the world. “I realized that it was impossible for me to go out and talk to 50,000 people in one day, but with social media I can share my message and reach 50,000 people in an hour”. 

Future Plans

So what’s next for you? Each day I wake up and I am obsessed with growing and helping others succeed. I continue to grow my brand and social presence and want to help more and more people create wealth through real estate just as I have. I love entrepreneurship and I’m on a mission to help the world see things through a different lens. I want the world to know that a college degree isn’t the magic pill. It’s not going to make you successful. The only thing that can make you successful is your work ethic. I went from $0 to over 6 figures in less than 6 months without a college degree or any previous experience. I did it solely with my work ethic and vision. We are living in a day and time where the middle class is disappearing which means you either sink or swim, and I refused to sink.

The idea of Bigtime Daily landed this engineer cum journalist from a multi-national company to the digital avenue. Matthew brought life to this idea and rendered all that was necessary to create an interactive and attractive platform for the readers. Apart from managing the platform, he also contributes his expertise in business niche.

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Analysis Paralysis: Determining How to Analyze Your Trading Decisions

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One of the most crucial parts of the process of being a day trader is the analysis, it is the part of the process that informs decision making for day traders regardless of what kind of trading they’re involved in, and it stands as one of the three main pillars of success. Thomas Yin details the two main ways in which analysis is handled in his book, Trading Secrets, explaining that both forms have different benefits and drawbacks and details how each function regarding trade.

The first type of analysis is fundamental analysis, which involves tracking the news and numbers. Fundamental analysis is a numbers game at heart. It’s tracking those numbers such as revenue, earnings, and profit and tracking ratios and using them to make predictions about future shifts in the market. Yin states that fundamental analysis isn’t necessarily the best way to track changes as it can be right; it’s merely a matter of when it’s right and when it isn’t. Therein lies the problem, the ability to be right is good, but it is almost as if you’re guessing when the fundamental analysis will work out in your favor.

The second type of analysis is technical analysis; Yin discusses that this kind of analysis leans into the idea of trade psychology. Technical analysis deals with tracking the fear and greed and using that to pinpoint and determine where and when the market will shift and by how much. Technical analysis works on the principle of looking at both historical and current price movements in the market to predict the future price movements and determine the existing trade conditions.

Unlike the fundamental analysis, technical analysis uses all past and current market information as a determining factor in how the market behaves and moves. In terms of the analysis, there is a great deal of visual representation in the form of charts and graphs that depict the information, trends, and future predictions easily, and while it might come off as complicated, it is quite the opposite. Yin makes a clear assurance otherwise, stating, “If technical analysis is complicated and hard, it will not work.” This kind of analysis must be kept simple to function appropriately as otherwise, it will cause more harm than good, but when it’s done right and kept simple, the probabilities tend to err more on the side of success for winning trades.

As a systematic market analysis is paramount to success in the market, understanding both of these forms of analysis is key to understanding how to succeed. The logistics of each form of analysis resides on the fact that analysis in the market is systematic. It isn’t merely one analysis, and then it’s done. It must be done systematically to keep up with the market trends and keep the success going. Mastering the market analysis is a deal-breaking element of success in the market, and learning it can lead to great success or tragic failure.

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