People who read the comment section have probably seen the extremely long comments from a guy named "($)o($)".
While looking nice, that guy seems to have problems managing his money via the stock market as we can see below (this is a copy-paste from his comment received on my latest portfolio review).
Mine: _ _ _ _ _ -10.69%
TSX: _ _ _ _ _ -6.11%
Cumulative since inception
Mine: _ _ _ _ _ 2.23%
TSX: _ _ _ _ _ 20.44 %
You know, there's nothing wrong watching porn all day long or doing any other stuff you like if the stock market is not for you. First of all, if the TSX beats you on the long term, it's not a good sign, because it's simply not a very good index. Then, if your performance since inception (who knows when exactly is the inception) is 2,23%, you really should think about stopping all that and simply buy the S&P Index. You're losing your time and money. As fascinating as the market may be, you should not accept being beaten by the TSX by a very wide margin and the goal of that hobby should be to make money, not spend your time.
Maybe that such a post could be the wake-up call for you. You will kick your ass and try to become the best investor in the world.
But for now, you are simply a bad investor. Perhaps a very, very good human being, but let's put it this way: you probably excel more in any other field of your life than in investment.