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(Modified with Language-sensitivity Translations. Marked [T:] in brackets) 
For each, say, 100 participants who trade the financial market for work, to "just match inflation," or escaping the "Rat Race," about 75 lose money over time; 15 may break even; and 10 or fewer are consistent winners year after year.

In currencies, Futures and options, the numbers are significantly even smaller... fewer than 5%; or 3%? ([T:] 已 100 年了沒改變。從來所謂「投資股票」,十賭八輸;金、匯十賭九輸;衍生/結構產品長線倖存者絕無僅有。)

That's also why the winners could walk away with so much wealth from the zero-sum games.  ([T:] 所以各「零和遊戲」的贏家才能攫得天文數字的財富。)

In reverse, it follows that the scalability of the markets offers the disciplined and keen participant the shortest way to financial freedom and firing the boss forever -- you could do it almost globally, too. ([T:] 若騙家人、朋友甚至自己「投機」是「投資」、重傷時卻推為「暫時失利」者,在淪至去「向晴軒」求助、破產或成為階下囚前,多無可救藥。但,對於在市場中甘願勤學及每秒以謹、嚴對應者,投機卻不失為「炒老闆魷魚」永離 “Rat Race” 職場之其中一個辦法。)

This is a group for the wizards-in-hiding in Hong Kong who do double their investment accounts like clockwork, and for folks who strive to become one by meeting those who already are. Let's meet up in person to share knowledge, strategies, experience, and war stories. ([T:] 華人地域「樹大招風」。此 MeetUp 團體希望成為「悶聲發大財」者的低調見面交談點,及有志者的知識庫。)

For the simple reason that this group is all about money; A.K.A. profits and losses -- often astronomical for the truly self-destructive, here are the common-sensical rules: ([T:] 因此網上社區全盤涉及金錢盈虧;好麻煩。為免日後不快且「先小人後君子」,規矩如下:)

- Zero (read: nought; 0) buy-or-sell advice, particularly on stocks, would ever be let loose by the host or speakers. Many fertile forums are out there if free hot-tips are what you're seeking. ([T:] 本網上社區不會有「冧把」提供/提及。我們好害怕一意識到「冧把將至」便會在暗裡轉為紅色的眼睛。因為這類  "Terminator" 一般祇會 terminate 自己甚至家庭的積蓄。)
- Folks who took a debilitating loss and now seek revenge from the markets should seek professional counseling —— not fellow investors' advice —— to get even. Throw in your 10,000 hours of learning to stage your own revenge, even for just the cool satisfaction. ([T:] 本網上社區不歡迎貪勝不知輸被市場重創後,立志找市場「復仇」 a la 《基度山恩仇記》的人士。)
- The group understands risks, but does not befriend gambling or gamblers. ([T:] 本社區同伴雖了解「風險」,但亦不歡迎心喜與「賭博」兩字任何相關意義的人士)。

BTW, Fellow members here do not tolerate trolls and sales activity at our events (except good ice cream). ([T:] 最後,本社區成員據傳統會對在網上周圍找因碴惡罵以取樂、及推銷財務產品之人士強烈反彈。【好味雪糕推銷者例外及無任歡迎】)

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