Who are the Stock Market Junkies? These are people addicted to the stock market. This is a form of compulsive gambling.
Stock Market Junkies do not necessarily work at the Stock Exchange, but know as much about what is being traded than anyone who works there, if not more. They have a broker with whom they feel comfortable who can be reached at a moment's notice.
Every day the Stock Market Junkie must get their 'fix' in the stock market. They spend hours, online, on the phone, and more, to find stocks that will earn them money. It becomes more of a challenge, as if a game, than earning extra money.
Stock Market Junkies consult astrologers and psychics about what stocks to buy based intuition or on the chart of the corporation, incorporation date, which is equivalent to someone's natal chart and reflects how a company will progress.
Some Stock Market Junkies play the market alone, others find friends / partners who share their passion! They are often on an adrenaline high!
Some Stock Market Junkies come up with their own systems for investment. They write books or articles about their experiences, especially when they are making lots of money.
Intuition and good psychic abilities, run high in this game of chance for the Stock Market Junkie!
Some Stock Market Junkies dream about stocks. This is similar to dreaming about winning lottery numbers.
Once hooked, the Stock Market Junkie has a difficult time letting go.
Others get deeply into debt, like compulsive gamblers, maxing out credit cards, borrowing money, and so forth, hoping to get the 'big win'.
Many Stock Market Junkies are 'high rollers'. These people work hard and play hard. With all this money, comes power. They often make a fortune in the market. They buy LARGE, houses, cars, boats. They live large! They become 'players', sex, drugs, and rock and roll especially for many of the young NY brokers and traders. Their wives and children are at home where they have provided a nice life for them, and they go out and play, very low frequency people with lots of issues.
With this kind of energy, highs and lows, wins and losses, the stock market, and that which symbolized it, the Twin Towers, had to eventually fall. All paradigms and systems eventually fall or just die off. Our political, religious, and economic systems will also crash...or are they already?
Amateur stock market traders have often likened their enthusiasm to something like playing a game. The money doesn't seem real. You could be sitting with $80k in the bank, and in a few minutes it could be halved. Similarly with gambling there is always the notion of 'winning it back'. This is the worst thing to do - never gamble your way out of a corner, always withdraw and reassess.
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