In Hawaiian, the "sharing of knowledge" is one of the privileges and duties of ohana. Anything that will benefit others is to be distributed, without credit or ego. This way, traditional mele or stories have been passed down through time and across the islands. The growing of kalo and ulu, the times and seasons of the Hawaiian Calendar, the care and catching of fisheries, and the many wise ways of the kupuna are passed to another generation.
We all have much to share, and nothing to hide. While each trader trades for herself or her family, we believe it is better to trade with others. That way we pool our experience, benefit from each other's research, and avoid the isolationism of so many others. Someone can be there to help out with the answer to a trading problem or suggestions for a brilliant new strategy.
We are not competing against each other. The more people who trade, the better. An option chain with only 40 or 60 traders is going to be very thin and unresponsive compared to one with 4,000. Everyone benefits from liquidity.
If you want to trade with others, then join our Meetup group. We have classes, socials and trips planned for 2018.
PHOTO CREDIT: Kizzy O'Neal at Sydney Opera House. Retrieved from https://jackjohnsonmusic.com/photos/live/2017-11-30
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