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Monday Morning

Mon Sep 02, 2013 8:01 am

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Normal people (In my dictionary, Normal People stands for "People who work 9-5 and have a fixed salary") hate mondays, specially monday mornings! Just search "monday" in Google Images and you will understand what I mean :D

But We, Arbitrage Traders love mondays! Specially Monday Mornings!

Usually, Not many games scheduled on mondays; tennis tournaments being an exception of course. Excluding 2nd week of Grand Slams, monday is usually the most crowded day of the week if you're arbing tennis. Still, when we consider most tournaments start afternoon, you still have some free time in Monday Morning.

Time is money, time is precious for people like us. Monday Mornings are usually calm, giving you some free time to enjoy other things in your life..Do you have some work to do like moving&packing your house, going to bank, painting your house? Do it on monday!

Just 30-40 football games today, 8 tennis games and just 5 basketball games. Tennis and basketball games are scheduled late so it looks like an excellent opportunity to go outside, take a walk in nature, going to swimming, playing golf or laying your lazy ass :D

Enjoy your Monday, you deserved it!

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Re: Monday Morning

Mon Sep 02, 2013 8:52 am

I always love your posts. Inspiring!
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Re: Monday Morning

Mon Sep 02, 2013 1:56 pm

First day of the working week.
First day of the month.
First day of Autumn, and schools in many countries.
This day concentrates a lot of negative energy.

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