TradeRAKating ZFTs in SIARGAO!

Coming from a girl who loves nothing but traveling, the invitation to go RAKing in a place she hasn’t been is really alluring.

“It would be really awesome to be with them in the south this time.” myself said, and myself did. We did.

Please excuse me for this photo. Minsan lang naman. LOL

photo by doktora

That was the longest trip I had ever had in my entire slaved life. That time my attention was focused on the outward things. I heard random noises of coconut palms dressed in the heart of the island, interrupted winds from the pacific ocean, sweet barks of dogs– lovely dogs, evaporating waters from shinning yellowish sandbars, sexy curves of coastal tides, non-stop habal-habal engines, and English-speaking foreigners along with the locals– well, don’t imagine my nose bleeding. Please.

heading to GUYAM Island- photo by boss zee

We never noticed time ticking for deadlines as how I guess we are on a day to day basis…


Together, we traded, we RAKed and we had fun….

Look oh… rapbe!

I confused who took this photo 😛

photo by doktora

ZFTs’ Random Act of Kindness goes to Siargao. That awesome place is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine sea, province of Surigao del Norte (as copypaste from google …. hihihi).


On April 17, 2017, some medical specialist in the tribe went on Operation Tuli in partnership with Gawad Kalinga in Brgy. General Luna Siargao, Surigao der Norte. Dozens of male kids benefited on this medical mission.

photo by boss zee

It’s a pleasure to understand how guys get pained during their 1st stage of manhood.  I salute them. That was really indeed painful though.


Now, I understand why I didn’t take any medical courses.

I’m also confused who took this.

Indeed, it was a successful RAK. I really had enough.


Congratulations Brothas!
You guys are now completely “men”.
Thank you for letting us, ZFTs to be a part of it.


“Pag nag close sa 0.36 MRC today libre ko na dinner oh.” said boss Zee

All eyes were at MRC. Craving for a very delicious dinner, everybody from the group prayed for it to close at 0.36…

“0.31… 0.32… closed at 0.315” said Zan Snow

However, it didn’t close at that level we wished it to be…


“…..” said boss Henry Tan (he had MRC, he’s fine)

I hate you MRC! Hahaha The fancy supper for free by the boss was gone. Urg. LOL. Well, it’s okay, the experience we had seeing Boss Zee and sir Henry Tan traded live was priceless. Boss Zee even let us see one of his ports and it was a dazzling one. I salivated for a moment. 😛

I was also given precious chances to have one on one talks with the bosses. I saw how humble they are but you would not want to be with them trading live, given the fact that you’re not holding the stock they are holding. Hahaha. They would really test your mindset toward your trade and it’s not easy dude. My palm was really itchy to cut CPM and it’s a blessing that the Internet was not sufficient to sell, also I wouldn’t really cut either. LOL

So my TP was still hit…



Qouta na… and with these trades I bought last Friday.. please make me quota early for the next month… puleasseee T.T

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For all, I thank God.
Thank you for the gift of camaraderie.
Thank you for the gift of knowledge to trade independently.
Thank you for the people I am blessed to talk with.
Thank you the lives of these fellas who keep on inspiring others including me.


Who The Hell is Paftee?

To those who were asking for my FB account, I am so sorry…I don’t usually use my troll account. I don’t even have time to browse my real account what more on my troll. LOL. I also end up reading nonsense posts for no reasons. I might also read some funda news and get hyped. 😦 I try to avoid those as much as possible so that my sanity wouldn’t be taken away. I need it more please. hahaha


Also, I equate things that will matter most of my time and will have a huge impact two to five years of my existence in planet earth, that is also why I already quit my job, not because I was already freaking good at trading, I am still in the process of knowing myself…yah know, but because it does not help me in achieving my goals anymore. Instead, it hindered me to have an ample time in making my analysis and know myself in the market further.

I’m at my twenties and life without a job is hard and scary when you belong in the sandwich generation. However, life without a goal is scarier.


A teacher by profession, I was paid based on time not based on the result of how I taught. I hate it so much when, my best was not even compensated and yet others were recognized because of my work. Not to complain since I love teaching, I just felt so used. I received approximately twenty thousand a month without benefits for years minus the damages I did because of my wrong decisions concerning money. Yeap, low salary plus huge debts equals agony. Still breathing though, a good sign to put myself together again for all the mistakes I had done.

I have some questions and if you don’t mind, you can give your answers in the comment section below. 

What would you do when you’re raised without having a mindset of an investor or a wealthy person yet you have you have big dreams of becoming one?

How would you still pursue trading when you failed at it not once but a lot of times and your love ones still mock you and keep reminding you about those failures and encourage you to look for a more stable job?

How would you tell the people around you that you can make it while they believe trading is a gambling and only for those with money to spare? And for them, the only way for you to be the person you want to become is to find a decent job and be faithful to the company you work with.

Moreover, how about the battle in your head that says, “Yeah, hmm…maybe they are right?”


Looking back, I was lucky to be chosen by Boss Zee as one of the bastards. He gave me a pass to the beautiful world of good people. He is a simple man with a big heart. I admire this man so much. I was luckier to be mentored by Sir Isiah Matthew Go. He was so cool back in our session days and mind you, he has recently welcomed freedom away from the corporate slavery to become a full-time trader. And, em the luckiest when I became one of Kap’s students in IMPACT for free. I was able to witness her teaching live. There’s so much passion in what she does and every puzzle I had in my mind about trading was made whole because of her. She’s also beautiful.

There are so much blessings to be wasted. They don’t even equate to the challenges I have. Because of them, my future is brighter. They didn’t even ask me anything in return. I commit myself to help them with the best that I can in doing their RAKs whatever it takes not because I need to pay them back but because it always reminds me that I am blessed and there are more people who need help. It also increases my gratitude for what the Lord has made me become in spite of all the challenges I face.

I don’t only write this for my readers, if there are any LOL, to know who Paftee is but for traders who are still corporate slaves having less time and still paying debts, for employees who commit themselves to fulfill their passion yet less compensated, for some who are still fighting an inner battle of failures in life and for some who simply have a dream of being financially independent.

By the way, I’m not yet trading full-time because my capital is still small but the good news is it’s the goal.

Here are my port snaps this month of February.


I suck at selling so I was just able to sell Bloom with 2% gains.

“What’s your best trade?”
“The next one.”

-ZFT Kidlat

Anyway, there are still a room from improvements so…


This time I was able to sell AT with 17% gains. I was on GTC mode and I just found out last Tuesday it got hit.


and lastly….


here’s a screenshot before the market opened earlier…


PSPC with 47% gains… woah!!!


Please do the math nalang hahaha… I was not able to capture the moment when it hit 47% since the events were so fast and PSPC just got lost in my equity folder when it was already filled at 2.30.

I cannot fathom how I would be performing in the market without my mentors. They are the ones whom I look up to. Thank you mentors!! Muah muah chup chup!

I wish I was able to pass some hope to you who are struggling in the market right now.

Kota na bes.

God bless us all.



After a few months on hiatus, I finally now have my 1st successful trade in 2017.



I was all in when it broke the 4.00 petots level (I know… churee na, I know may magagalit dyan) I was ready naman po if the trade went the other way.



This was a TP play. It was already set at the 4.70 level. I was on GTC mode nadin.


However, I also had my trail stop if 4.70 did not get hit with the way I wanted it to be hit.


I know that I’m really weak in monitoring still, em doing my all bro!


Every after the market hours I write an email and send it to myself containing my port snap and the chart of the stock em holding, so that I will constantly be reminded about the reasons I still hold the trade. This is actually an idea of Boss Zee. It might seem crazy but it helped me to have discipline in my MRS.GI trade, believe me when it reached the 4.40 and when it even broke that level on the other day, I was really dying to sell at a 12% gain.

Well, I won’t always get the perfect level and no trader will (I guess so…) but the goal is to be consistent ayt?

Moreover, it’s good that we have the EXCALIBUR na!

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I love you creative people of ZFT!


#Join ZFT

Ps. This pizza em eating tastes so good!



One evening in the bastards’ hideout,  Kapitan Kidlat sent us this message.

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Every word in this message impacted me and gave me the urge to grab it. Beforehand, my mentor and I were already talking about this. However, since my means already got its TP, I was not able to register. I pumped my mentor a lot of messages to help me and so he did.

I met Kap in the Rift Live, we shared the same table without me knowing it was her. After the event, ZFTs met for the very first time. Kapitan was introduced by the Big Boss at the last part of the meeting. We were all shocked that it was her, even I, because I  asked her who she was in the hallway and she said that I would find it out later.


She looked calm and easy going with a touch of mystery. My mentor was really curious about her. They were all curious about what she was like, how tall she was and how serious she was when she spoke. I realized that we met her differently. I met her not in the trading world with no fluctuating charts allowed. We first crossed paths on a lax trip where every ZFT enjoyed the company of finally just being together.

I didn’t see her as a strict, precise and systematic mentor they described her to be, not after I was granted the slot she had given me through my ever good looking mentor, IMG.

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I was stunned that she mentioned my name and it was me whom she had chosen. I was even more amazed on the day she led the seminar. I saw a different Kapitan Kidlat. I guess, it was the Kapitan my mentor had met.

How is Kapitan’s IMPACT, you ask?

I can only speak as to what I have seen towards her. She is full of discipline, passion in trading and teaching her craft. You will certainly like to be her if you’re a fan girl of awesome traders like me. She takes everything seriously and you would not want to ask her stupid questions on Skype or on FB messenger.

Yes, you’re warned. 😛

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Credits to Boss Zee’s blog from the rift last night

The Rift with Kapitan Kidlat

She was able to emphasize the proximity level of what trading really is for her and with that she was able to come up with a flexible system suited for her as a momentum and swing trader. Yes, she’s a momentum and swing trader. She has discovered herself deeply that shapes the system she has now. From her schedule on an average trading day up to her never ending cycle of how she trades, everything is seriously systematic.

You are welcome!

Kap’s withdrawal schedule of her small, medium and big fund is also programmed accordingly. Her mindsets in trading a downtrend vs. trading an uptrend are remarkably different. It reminds me of the quote, “How you do anything is how you do everything” by T Harv Eker.

She is the epitome of discipline.

It’s so her so for the boys out there  who would take a look at her, good luck!


It also made me think that she has successfully made everything in trading her comfort zone. It’s like everything is automatic. Being committed to trading is no longer an issue for her because it is that builds her.

“You have to know the rules of the game and play better than everyone else.”

Kapitan Kidlat

She has discovered herself deep within, her flaws, her strengths, her potentials as she listens to the whispers of the market. She has mastered retrospection of seeing the reasons of taking such trading actions.

“That’s what makes her dangerous in the markets, emotionless.”

Boss Zee

After all the moments I had failed and realized that discipline and focus were the keys, I met her. She showed me more of discovering the realm of myself to continuously seek for my very own system. She keeps on inspiring me and all the ZFTs out there to do more of what we could give. We are a work in the process and we will always be for Ms. Market throws different moments every time. We are aware that following our rules is not really the soul of having successful trades. Like Kap, it’s rooted into how we create those rules given the mindset that we have which gives us the trust to follow them consistently and the process of making those rules will soon become the system that we have always heard a trader should absolutely have.


Two Key Points I Learned From The Rift Live

I know that you are dying to hear how the event went and what Boss Zee was like. However, I would not be focusing about the valuable fictional characters in the tribe as the title gave what this delayed blog post of mine would be all about. 



To give your hungry thoughts a feed,  The Big Boss was not one of the speakers, he didn’t even hold the microphone and showed up in public. I was also waiting for him to show up and among those big shadows on stage, I was not able to recognize his. He was all behind the scene observing and lurking. He was just watching us.

Faceless hooded anonymous computer hacker



It was around 7:10 in the morning when a not super funny flying thing landed to the Queen City Of The South. I was at the peak of my excitement to fulfill two of my goals: to learn and to meet the big boss for the very first time. It was also the day my weary soul had been waiting for. The day I decided that I was on my own. No one to rely on. No one to depend on.

Experiencing big losses had made me numb while challenges in my personal life were filing up. As a bastard, I felt so much of a failure. *insert tears here*  The nights got longer and I could not help but to sleep since my eyes could just afford to rest and were not able to lay even a drop of tear. I had started questioning the universe if trading was really for me, seeking an excuse that may be I was not born to be a trader.

Awww… you said that in your head. LOL


Like everybody else, I went to learn what the speakers were about to share. Having the leap of faith that maybe that trip would change my unmotivated thoughts. I withdrew a portion of my wounded portfolio and grabbed the opportunity to be there and now, after some time of having muni-muni, I would be sharing the two thoughts I got from the event.

Here are the 2 major key points I learned from The Rift:

I should prepare to fail and why

Even I had been taught by one of the most refined traders in the tribe, I hadn’t established the routine that a disciplined trader does. Okay, please don’t wrinkle your forehead dear. I’m just being honest for not being so disciplined. I hope you don’t find yourself on my shoes coz if you do, I’m 100% sure that you’re having tough times right now in the the market. 


In the morning, I usually visited few charts hoping to find some good stocks to buy. Once I bought a position, (of course, I already saw some potentials on buying it and I already created a plan in my head) I had a tendency to change my plan depending on the play that a specific stock I thought should be played even though it wasn’t the plan I had before IN MY HEAD. Emotions were also on the table. To give you an example, try to trade after you stalk your ex’s new boyfriend or your hook up’s whereabouts because he’s not interested to you anymore, you would know what I was talking about. BOOM.


Emotions should not affect your reasons for buying or selling. 

-ZFT Alpha Centauri from The Rift Live

Feeling so much of a genius, I just thought it would work but as everyone testified before me, it just prepared my trades to fail.

“Trade with an edge, master that edge and apply that edge consistently.”

– ZFT Mesino from The Rift Live

I knew that I hadn’t established what kind of trader I am and as so my edge hadn’t been mastered. I usually changed my system from time to time. As a result, I tried many trades and I failed without tracking where I did wrong. Dreaming of becoming a profitable trader just by randomly clicking the mouse wouldn’t work that way. Keeping notes of my trades is really a tedious job but there’s no other way. Monitoring inconsistently because of many excuses would just make my portfolio suffer consistently.

There, there.


Note to self: Be consistent in making your trading routine!


Not everyone would trade and why

When I was in college, I always thought about my graduation day. The day that I would finally be given me a chance to present myself as a degree holder and would outsmart everyone that were not a graduate in shitty job interviews. I was wrong… very wrong. Coming from a not so financially literate family, life had been so tough. After two years, when I learned about trading, I said to myself, “I could do that. There would be no other faster way to get my dreams come true.” 

Not to blame the culture at which made me who I had become, I realized that I was fed to seek after my ever perfect professors so that they can judge my performance and to study some answers for the exams that I would wash out in my head after a week. Summing it up, those were freakin’ly after building a resume and getting a job. Trading is super not like that yoh.


In trading, any weakness in character is shown and magnified under stress. It sounds vague, but extremely few hoomans ever develop a personal responsibility to a level deep enough to trade successfully and consistently. Trading is not something that a person is born with, it must be learned.

Trading is fifty percent strategy and the other half is in the mindset.

-ZFT Kidlat 

Trading requires independent decision making skills, oozing observational skills, and the inner maturity that would make you disciplined enough to carry losses and would make you consistently perform at a gain in the market that no school has ever offered.

 Em getting serious here huh.

Now, how many of you get turned down by anyone when you decided to be a trader? I may sound vague if your true desire in trading  is rooted beyond making money. There is a BIG difference between why most people desire money and desiring money.  But how does one sort this out in their 20’s before a mortgage, spouse, kids are strapped on their back?  When there are family and friends all advising to “grow up and get a real job”?  And it’s so much less work to just find a rich hot boyfriend/girlfriend to improve one’s self esteem, social peer standing and external validation (what most are really looking for). Most do not have a reason strong enough to persist – they just want to LOOK GOOD. The same reason why most go to the gym and work out.  They’re not training for the Olympic Trials or maintaining a health regimen – they are there to become more attractive so they can appear more successful in life (via halo effect) and hopefully have more flirty potential prospects. Let’s be truly honest – most traders wash out because their reason(s) for trading is superficial.  (Just as most will stop working out at the gym after they’re married).


Ohhh that one was looong…

As a beginner, I have also dreamed of being rich as what others say I would be in trading stocks. I should admit that. I have also heard, read and learned those too good to be true promises about the market from FB groups hyping newbees only to ask for subscriptions (2k lang daw a month oh), from a friend who accidentally saw a potential on ION last year but wasn’t able to ride even a candle of it, from a stock guru who sent me an email asking for a 70,000 petots worth of his mentorship but giving plagiarized materials, from a seminar that had speakers who showed slides about stocks which flew a thousand percent gains this year just to encourage new first bloods and a lot more dear. Please, I would be so irritated if you add more to that list 😛

Don’t imagine what my face looked like when GURU X showed his slide of DAVIN with  a 4000% gain this year in a seminar I attended recently.


(…so GURU X you’re saying whut?)

You know what… those are ironically at odds with trading. It definitely requires isolation and focus. ISOLATION and FOCUS. Isolation to know thyself better and focus to filter the important details you want to see in the charts or whatever you are using in trading.


Of course, everyone wants more money and it seems excellent to sit at home in their pajamas, clicking your fancy mouse with a good booby mouse pad, making millions. However, what does it really take to acquire the skills to actually do it consistently, every day for a career, long enough to accumulate wealth?

 You know,  everything comes with a price and the question is. What are you willing to sacrifice for your dreams?

ZFT Akio from The Rift Live

So why everyone won’t pursue trading in the market you ask? That question lies with WHY people do the things that they do.

My questions had never been fed and my melancholic self had never been cheered until a rock woke me up from drowning in my nightmares. I would like to thank the people behind The ZeeFreaks Tribe for passing some sort of energy that I can’t explain. My life would never be the same after The Rift Live and as I end this blog post I want to leave you with this quote from Sir Henry Tan.

Replace heavy losses with determination, depression with persistence, doubting the system with discipline and lack of time with passion.

-ZFT Henry Tan from The Rift Live


Be, Do, and Have

I want to start my new blog post with an activity that I find related to every aspect of my life. It may be into trading, career, businesses or relationships. It may sound vague and I may sound like a creepy stupid but I want to share it with you guys who just waited two months for me to release a new writing. Sorry for that.

My excuses you may ask?

I have been out of focus these past few months and everything in me got affected. There were a lot of tough times  that shot my trading psychology, relationship with my family and the quality of service that I offer to my day job that keeps me alive as of the moment. These past few days, I realized that I had fallen into a super duper unhealthy pattern of me, being worried that I might do the same mistake or another mistake that won’t make me rise up again. I find myself cynical about everything even more in trading.

As a result…


Whenever I am stressed out, I usually hanker down and feel unworthy of achieving my dreams for the mistakes I just committed. I also just feel unworthy to share every thought and emotion I have had for it’s  always been repetitive and the people who keep on hearing it can’t bear it anymore. Like duh… Anyway here you are right now and reading my excuses. 😛


Let me redeem myself and let’s both reflect to this activity I got from a respected man whom I adore.

 DO |  HAVE  |  BE

See those words?

We have  BE, DO and HAVE. Let’s organize those words into how we think they should be organized.

Ready? Nope? Okay fine!

You can have one of the  following orders:







You can comment your order in the comment section below. Promise this will definitely struck you into whatever you’re doing right now, moreover, in trading.


Any arrangement means something about how a person act. When I had this exercise, I got the order DO | HAVE | BE.

For me, I have to do the things that will give me what I want to have so that I can be the person that I want to be.

But he replied…

Most people think, “If I DO what I need to do, I’ll get what I want to HAVE, then I can be the person I’ve always dreamed of BEing”.

He continued…

 “I can guarantee you that you would indefinitely struggle most of the time, and fail the majority of the time.”

At the back of my head I was like, OMG!! All those times I was like that but HOW COME HE SAID THAT?

I kept on charting,planning and cutting or profit taking to have whether gains or learnings to be the trader that I wanted to be so that I could have the future that I wanted for my family.

Sounds fine right? It sounds mouthful and it makes sense.

He added…

“How about at first BE what you want (a profitable trader, a peaceful person, a loving jowa, a successful businessman, or whatever), then  start DOING things from this state of BEING and soon you’ll  discover that you are bringing the things you have always wanted to HAVE. The people who always do things first without the state of his being always fail because they get lost in the process since they don’t know the direction of what they’re doing.

Be | DO | Have

By “BEING” someone you want to be, name it (a consistently profitable trader) you will begin “DOING” things differently which will allow you to “HAVE” things you never would have had if you were running the process as a do-havebe paradigm.

It has opened my eyes to the things that I have been doing wrong.

“You’ve got to be before you can do, and do before you can have.” – Zig Ziglar

Upon realizing that, I know there’s still a lot things that I should ponder about. What were the other things that I missed in the process of why I do the things that I do? I envy the people who have profound understanding of themselves for their eyes are fixed of their BEs.

What are your thoughts?


Keep walking. Keep swimming. Keep learning. Keep breathing. Keep charting. Keep living.

Keep believing!

The Invisible That Causes The Visible

I do believe that every monster trader had undergone the battle of conquering oneself. Asking whether if trading was really for them or not. Criticizing and doubting themselves whether they would ever be good traders someday or not. Making contents in their diary like,


was just a drama that never ended, even the market was up. Then again, they kept on trying. Their perseverance brought them to where they are right now.


After the Bastard program had ended on July  18th of 2016, after so many cutting losses, and after all the trades that performed well, I was able to come up with my own style that will somehow make my portfolio greendy and floppy. Hahahaha However, that’s not what I’m gonna share to you guys, maybe on the next blog post when I already see the fruit of it. I’m still refining my personal ZFT style of trading you know.

On the process, I learned a lot about the things that are invisible within me. The things that make me who I am as a trader. The invisible things that make the values in my portfolio aside from the strategies that are taught to me by my beloved mentor.

  1. No rush folks. Trading is not a race. It’s a journey. Most of the time, pressure is real when everyone is able to ride that ceiling stock of the day and you’re not. That’s why trade on your own phase. If you’re not able to study the charts then you might as well consider having cash as a position rather than pushing a trade that does not fit your style. Instead of focusing on the emotion you felt  because were not able to ride that milky stock, dissect it and study what you missed. Unresolved issues in the past will haunt you.
  2. Stay calm. “Keep your cool” a line I overheard from Marc. I personally dance whenever entering a stock that breaks out or feel sad then stay at the corner when it goes the other way. I just learned to stay calm hmmm… I’m still learning it though (wag tularan).

In a planned trade, you must see the potential of its upside and its downfall so there’s nothing to worry about when you’re prepared either ways. If it’s not planned, don’t blink at the charts. Ever.

NIKLI only had NIKL and some other stocks that went lower than what I expected them to be. I sticked to my plan with NIKL even there were times that I almost got shakened, as well as the other stocks. I felt the pain when the other two stocks rallied a week after I let go of them. Also, I did a lot of mistakes with the tranches of my NIKL baby. I initially had 4.77 as my average. Still,  I feel grateful.


3. Personalized your trading style. I personally can’t look at the charts and at the ticker during trading hours. I’m  weak at breakout plays since I always get “NAE NAE”. I know that I need exposure in the market the most since I’m still learning. However, work is just crappy. That’s why I always go for sleeper plays. I always do TF  but when I do chupitas I make sure I’m single and available. LOL


I gained almost 10% in this tsupit play. Thanks to my alarm clock for I was able to sell LRW just on time. I wasn’t able to print-screen it. So sad. It’s my first successful tsupeet eh. 😦

4. Check your emotional state. Don’t trade if you’re not well emotionally. Even you’re equipped with awesome strategies, you might do foolish acts on your portfolio that you will not probably do if you’re in a proper way of thinking. Promise, you won’t like it when you trade having a love problem or something. LELS.

5. Remember your Whys in trading. Struggles and pressure always come along the way. Your whys will keep you on track.

2016-07-25_23-55_ZeefreaksOne of my whys is getting out of the rat race. Travelling while trading like a boss, like Boss Zee is the other. For me to achieve them, I just have to move forward. I may do things over and over again, but then again repetition is the mother of all skills. CHAO!


I was up when the program got finished. Yey! I love ZFT. Thank you Sir IMG! Imba. How to be you po? LOL

I would like to say hi to my brothas on the outside, Khalet and Val! Bakas bakas tayo.