Maybe you’re asking yourself if you read that title correctly. Does it say Trading and RVs? What does that even mean? Well, to confirm what you probably have already figured out, RV stands for Recreational Vehicle; as in motorhome or travel trailer. Now you may ask, what does trading have to do with RVs? As some of you may already know, I travel quite a bit. I’ve been known to stay on the road for months at a time and I’m not retired and living on a pension. I trade Forex full-time (as well as write and program) from my RV office.
The RV lifestyle, as it is known, can be very exciting, waking up to a beautiful sunny morning in northeastern Texas overlooking Lake Tawakoni, watching the sun set in Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains or watching the sun rise on Ocracoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The world is your backyard and you don’t have to wait for retirement to visit your backyard. Forex trading is a great way to earn money while “on the road” and be able to travel wherever you desire.
I’m not a full-timer as those who live and travel full time in their RV are called. But I travel more than five months out of the year and work right from my RV office. And the nice thing about trading is you can make a decent living working just a couple of hours three mornings a week, giving you lots of time to enjoy the sights around you.
Over the next few weeks, being the tech geek that I am, I’ll be discussing some of the technical issues of trading “on the road”, since I’ve probably experienced every single one of them at one time or another. I’d love it if you would follow along with me as I hit the road next month as well.
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