I keep thinking about life. From the age of 9 is when I had an interest in markets. I remember one day waking up when I was 9 and thinking about compounding interest. I decided to take out a notebook and calculate how long it would take to get from $1M to $1T at 30% interest. I didn’t know about exponents at the time so I calculated each number by multiplying by 1.3 in a calculator. I wrote down all the results in a table. Anyways, I was amazed at how quickly I would be able to do the feat. Anyways, during my college years in my teens(13-17) I kept on looking into markets but decided they should be a side thing while I’m a lawyer or doctor. I always kept a calculator on me during my college years in my pocket and everyday made compounding interest calculations of the future. But also, I know I entertained the idea of being a billionaire from a young age. During sixth grade we had to write a section on what we wanted to do in life. I remember my teacher’s reaction when it was like… “By the age of 50 I will have $100B and take over the World.” The thing is, I was 100% serious about it too. Anyways, now that I look at it, by the age of 50 I will have at least $500B.
There are several lucky events that happened to me. I remember I used to care about what my GPA and test scores were. I thought when I wanted to go to medical school that I had to go to Harvard Medical School. But my GPA during college was mediocre and my MCATs were just slightly above average for HMS. If I would have gotten into Harvard Medical School I would have gone at the time. But I didn’t and I thought my life was ruined. I decided instead for law school. I thought to myself, I have to get a perfect LSAT score to get into Harvard Law School and then get a position at Wachtell(highest paying law firm). I didn’t get a perfect LSAT score and didn’t get into HLS. I thought my life was ruined. If I would have gone to medical or law school I wouldn’t have come into this amazing life track that I am in now. I am also lucky that I choose Biochemistry as a major. There really aren’t any six figure jobs available for Biochemistry bachelors graduates. If I would have for instance chosen Computer Science. I would have been able to get a high paying job after graduating and wouldn’t have bothered getting into trading full time.
So all in all. I feel like everything played out perfectly. I’m now going to be living a life far better than I thought I would during my childhood and college years. Honestly, I have absolutely no regrets. I am happy I followed my instinct and always will.
On another note, the last 2 months have a been renaissance. I have made massive improvement to my models. I can now make higher returns taking less risk on much lower leverage. Before I was looking to make 200% a year on 30:1, now I am looking to make 400%+ a year on 10:1. I have figured out the logistics too. Anyways, under current market liquidity I can maintain 400%+ a year returns on up to $500M. I can maintain 100%+ a year on up to $5B. I can maintain 50%+ a year on up to $50B. I can maintain 18%+ a year on up to $1T.
These are my FX systems. The first 3 systems are based on the same method(against sentiment) but different holding periods. The last method is a long-term mean reversion method.
Below is a projection of how the next 35 years should look. I’m pretty confident my systems have what it takes to make me the first trillionaire in the World.