In 1999, it was Internet stocks. In 2002, it was the E-mini S&P futures. In 2004, everyone wanted the Russell futures, and 2005 was all about forex. Please, folks! Stop chasing the momentum! As someone who has been trading for 15 years, Iâ€™d like to offer a point of reason. If you feel like you need to find the next â€œvehicleâ€ for your success, I have a better idea: Find the success first and then trade any vehicle. People spend too much time in the trading world focusing on upside potential and costs. It isnâ€™t the vehicle or the potential that is going to make you successful, and it isnâ€™t the costs that are going to keep you from being successful. Success comes from understanding how to trade and applying that knowledge to the markets. I make the case constantly to my subscribers that theyâ€™ll do better if they trade all markets.