I’ve always wanted to be a futures trader.
The idea that futures traders could buy and sell everything from stocks to bonds, that’s something I’ve been waiting for since the days of my childhood.
Now, in a world of ever-rising prices, the only thing that keeps me going is the idea that I might one day own one.
That’s where the new technology coming out of Wall Street, called trading cards, comes in.
But before I go any further, I need to warn you: I’m not in this for the money.
I’m in this to help make a living.
And, for those who have been following my news over the past few months, I’m no stranger to the financial world.
When I was 16, my mom gave me a few dollars from my father, who had a job at a major oil company.
That gave me the cash I needed to start making money from trading.
At 17, I got a job working at a broker at a small, diversified oil company called Exxon Mobil.
The first couple years were rough.
I started out as a sales rep for a major company.
Then, as I grew older, my boss, who was also a broker, asked me to help him sell oil and gas to investors.
At the time, I had a lot of experience in this field, so I knew what it was like to go to an oil company and sell crude oil to investors, and to sell oil to other investors.
It wasn’t like I was making $300 an hour.
As I grew and worked more closely with the company’s management team, I was able to make a few sales per week, but not enough to get by.
So, one day, as a last resort, I quit my job and started trading.
I had to learn to read the cards I was given by the company and the trades they were making on their platforms.
By the time I started working at Exxon, the oil company was one of the largest oil companies in the world.
It was worth about $100 billion.
After a year or two, I moved into an executive suite on the company floor.
I could sell the stocks they were buying and selling, and I could even sell oil.
I learned a lot about oil prices and how they worked and how to make money on it.
And I also learned about how to deal with people who were buying oil, because that was the way that most people were doing it.
My first day on the job, I met an executive at the top of the management team.
He was an oil executive who had been on the oil board for a few years and had an excellent sales team.
I didn’t really know much about the industry at the time.
I’d never worked in any industry before, but I knew enough about oil to know that the oil companies that I worked for were big, profitable companies.
So I took the opportunity to introduce myself and explain that I was a trader and that I had started out at Exxon as a salesman and had gone on to manage the sales team and sell oil, but that I wasn’t quite ready to move on to a management position.
It took me a while to get used to the idea of being a trader, but the more I learned about it, the more confident I became that I could be a good manager.
I realized that I wouldn’t be making $100 an hour working at the company, and it didn’t seem like there was much that I’d have to sacrifice to be successful.
So when I moved to another part of the company at a lower salary, I started to take the opportunity that the executive I was meeting had given me to apply to the next higher-level position.
It didn’t take me long to find the right person for the job.
I was quickly promoted to sales manager and was given a full-time job with a big focus on sales.
One day, I realized I was going to have to change my way of thinking about the oil industry and how it works.
The first thing I had learned was that if you’re selling oil, you can’t do it in the way the oil executives in the company want you to do it.
They want you selling stocks, not oil.
In the past, I’d bought into the theory that I would be doing a good job at the oil trading business, but as I learned more about the companies I worked with, it became clear that the only way to be profitable was to sell the oil.
The only way you could do that was to buy it.
I needed something different.
During my first year on the trading floor, I learned that the vast majority of the people who came to my company were not making money.
They were just making money to keep their families afloat.
The people I worked on the sales side of the business