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Wikifolio Trader Axel Albietz aka "TraderOnkel" wurde vom Markt hart erwischt: "Ja, tatsächlich! Ich habe gedacht, der Markt ist um einiges stärker". Das sorgt für eine 12-Monatsperformance von -33,7 % im Wikifolio AA+ Master-Trading ohne Hebel ( https://go.brn-ag.de/196 ). Was kann er tun, damit sich das wieder einpendelt? „Es ist schwierig, jede Erholung wird abgewürgt. Echte Trends sind selten. Jetzt schaue ich eher auf das Fundamentale. Meine persönliche Meinung ist, der Markt findet bald sein Tief." Am stärksten gewichtet ist weiterhin Haier Smart Home: "Das ist eine klassische Sonderstory." Eine der wenigen Aktien, bei der Axel noch einen Trend erkennt, ist AT&S. Nachkaufen kann er aktuell nicht, die Cashquote liegt bei 0,0 %.
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Live trader interview on how he manages his day, trades, emotions and a whole lot more...Listen to a very successful trader who developed his own strategy within the strategy... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How difficult it is, for us as humans, to understand that coincidences can be real. We want to tell stories. We want to make meaning. Everything must happen for a reason. Every pattern must be intentional. But what if it's not? What if the universe doesn't care about us? Then, perhaps, we must care about each other? Water of the week is our first Sparkling Water with Tea and Botanicals from Sound: Blueberry, Cinnamon, Hibiscus Tea. Also, Blackberry Raspberry from Sunny Select and Cranberry/Lime from Trader's Joes Seltzer with a Splash.
¡Bienvenidos a confesiones de un trader! Hoy vamos a hablar de uno de los temas más importantes a la hora de hacer trading. Ya conoces como gestionar tu capital, como seguir tu estrategia, pero ¿Cómo está tu cuenta emocional? ¿Has escuchado alguna vez ese término? ¿Qué pasa cuando vacías tu cuenta emocional? No puedes ir y refondearla así nada más, recuperar tu bienestar, tu confianza, tu corazón tiene un proceso más largo... ¡Dale Play y toma ese merecido respiro y recargar energía!
Diario de una guerra: Hablamos con José María Blanco, Manager de Inteligencia y Prospectiva de Prosegur Research sobre las "amenazas híbridas" que nombró el ministro de Exteriores, José Manuel Albares. Segundo día de la cumbre europea. Los 27 se preparan para un duro invierno ante la amenaza de que Rusia cierre por completo el grifo del gas. Indra Repaso de los 35 del Ibex junto a Gerardo Ortega, de Trader Secrets.
Youtube https://youtu.be/aHv0Jvzuhig https://scoachingtherapy.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvija-reiciune facebook and insta: @scoachingtherapy I am in business helping people, giving back their freedom and power. Not wasting their time. Book a discovery call to upgrade your future Meet Salvija When I was little a girl, I was constantly told that world works like this: men can do everything and have it all, while women have to stay at home, cook and take care of the kids. To have a different life was not acceptable and sometimes even punishable. For many years I have experienced physical and mental abuse, I had to deal with psychopaths and narcissists, everything just looked very dark and sometimes pitch black – there was no hope that I could live a different life, nevertheless be independent. But then I had a new feeling born inside me, like a little bird trying to find the way out of the cage and keep saying “there has to be another way”. So I started looking, how I can change the way I live. Many told me “its not possible”, “the life you want is not available to you, you don't belong there”. But the desire to know and see more diminished all of that and I moved on. After years of analysing, studying and trying various techniques, therapies, reading a lot of research on how we function as human beings and how our mind is wired – all walls went down and my potential just exploded, my mindset shifted, my bank account started growing at an incredible speed. But the journey was quite long for me and I thought there has to be better way. Today I am Entrepreneur, Certified RTT Practitioner, Certified Hypnotherapist, Mindset and Life Coach, Investor, Trader.
This week the Junkies welcome special guest Jason Swarr, owner of Terror Trader, Arizona's only year-round horror marketplace, home to everything from a robust VHS movie selection to a German torture boot to a three hundred-year-old human torso. In other words, it's the coolest place around. Jason is a horror-movie fanatic and, unsurprisingly, the Junkies are too! Jason talks about how his obsession with horror began (growing up in Mothman country helped!), asks Alex, Shauna, Nicole and Hayley about their favorite horror films, and waxes enthusiastic about movies with the three Bs: Blood, Boobs and Bad acting. Jason is also a podcaster as a host of Creep Cast podcast featuring guests like Doug Jones and, like his store, fans of the genre need to check it out. (You can thank us later.)Thank you to Olympus Games, the home of the Pop Culture Junkie Podcast.Links:Terror Trader on the web: https://terrortrader.com/Terror Trader on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/terrortrader/Terror Trader on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@terror_traderTerror Trader on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortrader/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8WWebsite: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/popjunkies Instagram: https://instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: email@example.comAlex on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alcasnun Alex on Twitter: https://twitter.com/alcasnunHayley on Instagram: http://instagram.com/thirtynerdythrivingNicole on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge/ Nicole on Twitter: https://twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridgeShauna on Twitter: https://www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad/ Shauna on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad/
It's NBA Draft day and the NBA world has been waiting to see what the Utah Jazz are going to do to change their roster. Will the Utah Jazz use draft night to trade Donovan Mitchell or Rudy Gobert? Will the Utah Jazz be able to move into the top 10 of the NBA Draft? What is the level where you would be willing to move Mike Conley, Bojan Bogdanovic or Jordan Clarkson. The NBA Draft night is one of the first major transaction times for teams and this is the first chance the Utah Jazz have had to alter the franchise since the loss to the Dallas Mavericks. Who in the NBA is going to be on the move? What did the Portland Trailblazers get in Jerami Grant and why did Detroit do the deal? How will the top of the draft play out and can the Utah Jazz trade into the NBA Draft first round? If they trade into the 2nd round do you want them to? Locked On Jazz Podcast
Hey folks and welcome back to a Pineapple Upside Down episode of Drinking Alone With Friends! This week we try and turn cake into croutons quickly. Chris advocates for Brownie IPAs and drinks a heavy hitter from Bell's. Obert hitches a ride with a magic hobo Monkey. Tud brings a beer flavored beer to the pod. Cheers and thanks for listening! Three Handles on Our Frosty Mug of Wisdom Randall Jr Everything Everywhere All At Once Detective Pikachu Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us! Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Click here to let Jordan know your breakfast choices Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast! Shea for becoming a ROCKSTAR patron!
En este episodio, conocemos más sobre Alejandro Boyd, un joven panameño que decidió perseguir una oportunidad basada en sus intereses por la bolsa de valores y las inversiones. Este tema, le llamaba mucho la atención desde temprana edad y luego de trabajar algunos años en la industria financiera dentro de un banco, opto por abrir su propio camino como Trader. Hoy día se desempeña como trader especializado en el mercado de Forex y tiene una academia donde educa - capacita a personas que quieren conocer como crear oportunidades en esta industria.
Title: ⏰ Synergy Traders #39.19: How a Losing Trader Thinks with Jason Alan Jankovsky of TheLionOnline.com Recorded on June 22nd, 2022 as part of the Synergy Traders #39, Day 2: "Currencies Trading" Day, part of the 3-day "Options/Currencies/Futures Trading 2022 Conference" event, hosted by TradeOutLoud and TimingResearch. The full event video/podcast series and presentation notes are available here: https://timingresearch.com/blog/2022/synergy-traders-39-day-2-currencies-trading/ Terms and Policies: https://timingresearch.com/policies/
We start the new season with some new traders. Greg is joined by two of Onyx Commodities freshest recruits Tara Uttamaram & Pranav Menon. They discuss how to become a junior trader, the ways in which perceptions of trading in graduates has changed and the importance of succession.For those interested in a career in financial oil trading, this episode is for you.
Tuve la oportunidad de sentarme con una de las figuras emergentes en el mundo de #FinanzasPersonales. Al igual que yo, Kevin Rodriguez empezó su carrera de #Trader muy joven. Esto le permitió crecer dentro del espacio y tener una de las imágenes más reconocidas en #WAPATelevision. Dale click al link y JOIN para que accedas mis Análisis (Infusion +): https://www.youtube.com/sponsor_channel/UCrTbLufUcUQvPe36F7Bc8cw Empieza tus cursos de la Bolsa de Valores y Opciones: https://form.typeform.com/to/GqWwRD6O Sígueme en las redes: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/infusionvic... • Twitter: https://twitter.com/infusionvictor • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/infusionvictor Redes de Infusion Investments: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/infusioninvestments • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/infusioninvestments
Demetrio Filho é um trader brasileiro que mora no Canadá e opera principalmente o mercado americano onde, segundo ele, se tem bons trades independente da tendência.Neste episódio ele conta como fez para ser day trader operando o mercado dos Estados Unidos, as vantagens e desvantagens desse mercado com relação ao mercado brasileiro e dá dicas para quem pensa em seguir o mesmo caminho que ele. Um episódio diferente de tudo o que você já viu por aqui. Hosts:André Moraes e Roberto IndechConvidado:Demétrio FilhoPodcast by Clear CorretoraQuer abrir sua conta e não pagar corretagem?Clique no link: http://bit.ly/SITECL34R
Keisha has been a breakout trader for about a year and a half. She found success quickly in the market; however, with the recent changes, things have gone south. In this episode, we walk through how she built her journey and her plans moving forward. She has found herself at a pausing point and a moment of reassessment. Many traders are currently experiencing an almost overnight shift in their success rate. These draw-down periods can happen to all traders; the comeback strategy is KEY. Cobra Trading Broker DISCOUNT! - https://get.cobratrading.com/bthestory/ Join Our Discord - https://discord.gg/cJd2FrpaS4 Book a 1 on 1 Call with me - https://calendly.com/bthetrader/1-on-1-talk Favorite Trading Books & Setup - https://kit.co/BTheTrader Click here to sign up for our Newsletter BTheTrader Merch - https://my-store-11542608.creator-spring.com Catch me trading live on Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/bthetrader
Scott Peppet serves as the President of Chai Trust Company LLC, the private trust company that serves as the family office for Sam Zell (https://www.egizell.com/people/sam-zell/) and his family. Equity Group Investments (https://www.egizell.com/), a division of Chai trust, provides investment management services on its behalf. From 2000 to 2018, Scott was a professor of Law at the University of Chicago where he focused on Bargaining, Dispute Resolution, Translational Law, and the complexities of multigenerational family enterprises. Scott speaks regularly on Family Offices, Private Trust companies as well as Intergenerational Leadership while also maintaining an active website (https://scottpeppet.com/). Scott is a G2 family member. He is Sam Zell's son-in-law, having married Sam's eldest daughter. Standout Quotes: * "Business works on short wavelengths and family works on very long wavelengths" - [Peter Evans, Scott] * "What does it mean to try and help family members really develop and really take ownership, so they can figure out how to deploy what they have?" - [Scott] * "There are many different kinds of wealth… you probably aren't put on the earth to grow the financial capital, there's lots of professionals who can help you do that" - [Scott] * "Too often, the implicit message sent to family members is 'this system is really here to steward the money" - [Scott] * “Families rarely fail for taking too much risk, they fail for taking too little risk” - [Scott] * "My goal is to create a family-focused office, not a family office, and a trusted company, not a Trust company" - [Scott] * "If you want to succeed you have to have a family that understands what you're doing" - [Scott] Key Takeaways: * Scott is the President of Chai Trust Company, LLC, the private trust company that serves as the family office for Sam Zell and his family. Equity Group Investments, a division of Chai trust, provides investment management services on its behalf. From 2000 to 2018, Scott was a professor of Law at the University of Chicago where he focused on Bargaining, Dispute Resolution, Translational Law, and the complexities of multigenerational family enterprises. He speaks on Family Offices, Private Trust companies as well as Intergenerational Leadership while also maintaining his active website. Scott is a G2 family member, as he is Sam Zell's son-in-law. * Scott got married to Sam's older daughter 20 years ago while he was already teaching as a Law professor. Since then he got increasingly curious about family enterprises till he fully transitioned into working in the family enterprise. After a few months of knowing each other, they started dating but Scott had no idea about her family wealth till she opened up about it. * About Sam Zell: Sam is a serial entrepreneur, who first built a business in Real Estate, following which he turned to distressed Corporate Investing in the 80s, and then in the 90s, he created some of the largest REITs in the US today. He has continued to work on REITs and corporate investing since then. He has done several businesses over the years. Sam is also known for his straight talk, always making his stand clear in any discussion. He is also very astute and broad in his thinking. * As a Law professor, Scott worked on conflict intervention with corporations all over the world. When he started having kids, he got curious about how the family wealth could be managed productively for the family, especially for the kids. Sam encouraged him to work on it. Some authors that stood out in Scott's study were Jay Hughes and John Davis. * Scott describes the family structure; at the time Scott joined the family, Sam was 59 years, his 3 children were in their 30s, and as of now, there are 9 grandchildren. There was a form of governance structure, a board with his 3 children which wasn't functional as Sam made most decisions. However, now there has been a need to rebuild the structure as the company has evolved and this has been a huge part of Scott's focus since he moved full-time into the family enterprise. He has had to put in a lot of work to fully understand how the family enterprise functions; to make things change in a family system that often moves very slowly, you have to know where you're going. It involves a combination of urgency and patience, while thinking long-term, steps need to be taken early and consistently. Most of the family members are not employees, some of them are on the board. There is one board with both independent and family directors. * The business continues to be eclectic, investing across all kinds of sectors, especially with the benefit of permanent long-term capital. At the same time, complex actions and decisions can be taken quickly. Also, family learning and development are being built as the kids grow to become adults. * In the inflationary period currently, the business finds smaller companies that need capital and expertise to grow to the next level; companies that would rather grow their equity than sell to a PE company. These companies are great partners for the business since their interests are already aligned to grow the equity. * While most families would rather have more joy over more money, the reality is that many family members Scott has met around the world don't have that much joy or self-possessed ability to do things in the world. They often feel enmeshed in a family structure they have little control over. This is not good for the family or the external world that could be benefitting from the good such families could accomplish. * Laying the foundation for the next generation practically, Scott uses some rules. The first is based on the 5 Capitals; Not everyone is supposed to grow financial capital but they can add to the overall well-being of the family by building on the other forms of capital. Unfortunately, the experience in most families is that stewarding the money is the main goal, which is an implicit frame that must be dissolved. The second one is that each family member should participate meaningfully in every learning experience. Doing this means creating activities or agendas that are not solely about financial capital or the enterprise, although as the kids get older they get interested in the business itself. * To assess how well you're building human capital, score how often you were talking about money over the last few years in your family meeting. Most times it forms a huge percentage of those meetings, but in a setting where money isn't the focus, there is a push to find other topics that can help people open up. Scott's family has started experimenting with these kinds of meetings interspersed with other activities. * These kinds of meetings expose several overlapping purposes, help family members connect, offer a chance for content transfer, and contribute to self-development and self-growth. Different topics are often discussed and it becomes obvious how they are related. Listeners are encouraged to check Scott's curriculum diagram on his website. * There is often a dichotomy between responsible stewards and lazy inheritors, however, managing inherited wealth can be complicated. The general goal is to cultivate engaged owners and integrate financial capital into their lives productively, but there is no concrete formula on how to do it. * Most family offices should just be Money offices because all their time is focused on financial capital and legal risk such that the family itself is secondary. On the other hand, a family-focused office is there to grow the family's human capital as much as the financial capital. * Trust companies around the world have become ubiquitous in wealthy families although they often don't have much life in them. However, a trusted company is a part of the family ecosystem which goes beyond managing money to a level of trust-building with the family. That forms the basis of how Scott decides on whether or not progress is being made; 'what is the level of trust in the system?'. Not to downplay the role of financial investment, but there has to be synergy within the system. * Over the long term, families rarely fail for taking too much risk, they fail for taking too little risk. They focus so much on preservation because they are afraid of taking risks, and they wither in the end. Sam Zell still takes as much risk as he used to, not as a gamble but with a critical assessment of each situation. It is important to preserve the investment company with its risk-taking culture, and at the same time grow a family that can continue such activity over time. * The family enterprise avoids governing by committee, especially on the investment side, so as to move quickly. Having family members behind an entity is not a bad idea but there's no point in having many family members making every investment decision. In Scott's family enterprise, this bureaucracy is avoided by ensuring decisions are narrowed down to the exact professionals. Other bigger family questions can be discussed by the family as a whole. Mike's family employs Adhocracy which encourages a culture to challenge the slow slide into bureaucracy. * The team behind the family enterprises consists of about 85 people and functions as one entity that is the trust company, the family office, and the investment management company. There are investment professionals, lawyers, a family office and operations group, and accountants. All of these are interdependent. The company is mostly focused in the US but there are also real estate investments in other countries. * As an outsider joining the family, it is easy to simply be a critic which will result in pushback from the family. From the onset, Scott acted from a place of love for the family and was concerned with how to continue to build productivity within the family. He intentionally took time to study the family business all the while continuing his profession as a Law professor. He advises inlaws to keep their jobs for as long as possible till they are sure they can add value to the family enterprise. He also understands that being an inlaw comes with restrictions from certain roles, but rather than get overly perturbed about it, he focuses on the ways to be helpful in the family. * Scott has a background in communication, mediation, and negotiation which has been pivotal in building consensus in the family business. Ultimately, there is no playbook to navigate the complexities in a family enterprise. * A typical day in Scott's life involves some time spent on investments, working with boards or committees, family learning and development, as well as time spent on management. He has come to understand that his job is to get a grasp of the system as a whole; Sam explained to him that it will change from obligation to opportunity. * There are a few family heirlooms and the family has also documented some of its history like the story of Sam's family leaving Poland for the US. They do this mostly by putting together short films. It also serves as a way to communicate family values; Sam has always used art to communicate. * Scott's letter to his kids: We have the capacity as humans to grow into something greater, more awake, and more alive than we are now, into a different kind of existence. This is the uniqueness of being human; the constant evolution makes life wonderful. Episode Timeline: [00:50] Meet today's guest, Scott Peppet. [02:00] Scott's relationship with Sam Zell. [04:54] How would you describe Sam Zell? [09:18] Did you develop an interest in how family enterprises function before or after meeting the Zell family? [12:35] How complex was the family when you joined? [16:44] Did you have to contend with people with multiple hats in the family business? [19:04] What does the office look like today? [21:40] Is there any particular industry that has growing potential now as regards investment? [24:40] How do you plan to raise the next generation in the family enterprise? [35:17] Going beyond stewards' first inheritors. [37:35] Creating a family-focused office and a trusted Company. [42:10] How do you manage risk in the family ecosystem? [44:37] How do you fight bureaucracy as the office gets bigger? [49:05] How big is the family enterprise team? [51:50] What was it like joining the family and navigating the complexities of a family enterprise? [55:20] How helpful was your career in Law and conflict resolution in the family business? [56:55] A day in the life of the President of Chai Trust. [01:00:50] Is the family intentional about keeping things for historical sake? [01:05:02] Scott's letter to his kids For more episodes go to BusinessOfFamily.net (https://www.businessoffamily.net/) Sign up for The Business of Family Newsletter (https://www.businessoffamily.net/newsletter) Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeBoyd (https://twitter.com/MikeBoyd) If you feel it's appropriate, I'd so appreciate you taking 30 seconds to Leave a Review on iTunes (http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1525326745), I receive a notification of each review. Thank you! Special Guest: Scott Peppet.
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One of my 12 month books is called the 80-20 principle by Richard Koch. Now, a 12-month book is one of the 12 books that I read every year. So every month, I'll have one of these books, read it, and then I'll implement. And these are books that have special lessons for me, stuff that I need to implement. Stuff that I want to work on, for the whole year. And what I used to do is, I used to read a lot of books I still do. I'm a Book Reader, I love reading books, I love reading, learning, but I don't implement as much as I should. So even though there's so many things in here, so many ideas, so many stories, so many, so many examples, I don't implement them in a way that it actually helps me. So I'm reading, re-reading, and I'm getting pleasure out of reading, but I'm not implementing, so it's not really making my life much better. And so I implemented this process where I would read one book, and then implement it for a month, and then read another one implement it at the end of the year, I go back to the first book, because there's probably more stuff in there that I can use. So if I finally finished one, I got everything out of it, then I'll replace it. But I've been on the same 12 books for a while now. Now I said one of those 12 books is the 8020 principle. And so the 8020 principle is something that I need to work on. And in fact, you probably all work on it. That's why I keep going through it over and over again. Now, this weekend, I was at the library with my kids getting them some books, and I came across this book, the 8020 manager by Richard Koch now, this guy's really milking this 8020 thing. I mean, he's he's gotten, I don't know, like eight or nine books on it, probably, I have I owe like three of them. And then he's got this way. And who knows how many more? So yeah, he's really honing in niching, down, right 80% of his income come from the 8020. So the 8020 principle is also known as The Pareto principle. And you've probably heard of that one before you, you kind of have an idea what I'm talking about. William Pareto was an Italian economist, who lived way back then, I don't know when he lived. I'm not a historian. So you can Google it if you want to end he discovered while doing some research that 80% of the wealth in Italy at the time was controlled by just 20% of the people. 20% of the families owned 80% of everything. That's pretty astonishing. And over time, other researchers, other scientists, whatever have discovered similar phenomena in just about all aspects of nature, and life. So for example, if you are a business owner, right, 80% of your profits will come from 20% of your products. Also, 80% of your sales will come from 20% of your customers. And on the flip side of that, 80% of your problems will also come from 20% of your customers, but usually not the thing 20% of customers are giving you revenue. If you have employees, 20% of your employees will be giving you 80% of your problems, right? And you know this to be true. So no matter what work you do, 80% of your results come from 20% of the tasks. Now, this is really counterintuitive, because we're told since we were born, that you got to diversify, you know, don't put all your eggs in one basket, you got to protect those eggs. Well, what if all the eggs are not worth protecting? What if there's a better way? Right? So like I said, Koch has written about this book, many books on this topic, and he has tons and tons of examples. But the best examples are ones to look at your own life, and see for yourself how the ratio works for you. So 80% of your good times - 80% of the fun is going to happen with just 20% of your friends. 20% of the people, you know. And in good times 20% People. Also, 80% of your fights are going to happen with 20% of the people you know, so good times, few people, bad times, different few people. So you make the call who you want to hang out with, right? It's up to you, and on and on and on. There's so many different examples in life that we can look at this. But then it gets even trickier if you go deeper. It's not just 80-20 Okay? But it can be 90-10 it can be 95-5, it can be even 99-1, just like the 1%, who now control 99% of the wealth in the world, my goal is to be one of them. So I'm not knocking this, but it's there. It's something we cannot hide from. So it starts with 80-20. And then it gets more and more and more condensed. As time goes by. And it has been this way, for generations, it's just an undeniable fact of life. Everything is not equal. And it never will be. I bet you didn't know that the supply to the markets as well. So in the 20 years, from 1990 to 2010. Got 20 years of data there, the S&P 500 index, grew an average of about 8%. A little bit a little bit down, but average 8% a year. Not Bad, right? But if you take out the gains of just the top 10 stocks, which is 5% of the market, 5% of the index, you take those out, the index was actually negative, on average of 3.3% every year. So you take out 10% of the top stocks, 10% of the stocks that did the best, and you're losing money on the index. So yeah, I mean, you want to beat the stock market, just buy the top 10 stocks, she's gonna need the whole index, and you can do much better than the whole index. Now, this is applied to other years. Yeah it does, according to FactSet. In 2021, the market was up a wami 28.7%. That's a pretty good year, right? S&P 500 up 28%. Guess what? Just five stocks made up 31% of that game, just five, in 2020, the market was up 18.5%. And the top five stocks are just 1% of the index made up of 62% of that year's gains. So 5 stocks, you got more than half of all the gains. 62% of all the games for that year was made up of just five stocks, no matter what you apply this to. Look, I mean, look for the instances that bring you the best results, and focus on those. So now how do we apply this to trading? I mean, you can apply this to all aspects of life. It's like you've read the book over and over again, to see what I can do, I do with my kids, I do with my business I do with my health, I do with my personal life, I try to make it as much simple and streamlined and stressless as I can. And the things that are bothering me the things that are causing me stress, I get rid of the 20% that suck, you gotta get rid of it. Maybe this is where we're the Jack Welch of GE got that from, you know, you take the bottom 20% of the people and you kick them out every year. I don't know if I agree with that. If they're doing their job, you let them stay. But yeah, they are not producing the results. But then in any employer, any business. 80% of the results come from 20% of the people. So maybe he should have been firing 80% of the people. I have a different ballgame. But how do we apply this to trading? Right? Let's make some money on it. What do we do? Well, it's like I say all the time, focus on what works. Focus on less, not more. I mean, it's like Richard and I were kindred spirits. We both keep talking about the same thing. But very few people listen. Very few people listen. Oh, tha's it. That's it. Do you see it? It doen't matter how many times I say it, right? Only 20% of the people that listen, or as you're gonna hear me and implement. That's hilarious. It works in everything. It's crazy. Okay, it's gonna get back this. So let's do this. All right, let's do this. Go through your trade log. I hope you'll give me one, right? All the trades that you've been doing for the past several years, go through it. And if you don't have a trade log, and you don't keep records of every single trade? Shame, shame, shame, you are missing out on a treasure trove of data that can make you better and that applies to you specifically, nobody else can give this to you. Nobody else can help you with this unless you have the data. This is your own treasure trove. This is your own trading history. It's not enough to go look at your statements. You got to record the stuff you got to record what was the trade? What was the strategy why you did the trade what was going on? I've been doing this for years and years and years. I mean, this binder right here. This is just one years of trades. This is just one year stuff that I have in here, different memberships and all that stuff, but I keep everything and I look at it. We go through it. That's the only way to get better. Right? And this is how you do it. When you go back to look at it. You will notice some things. 80% percent of your profits come from 20% of the strategies out there. So you need to focus on a strategy or handful of strategies that you do best and ignore the rest, stop jumping from shiny object to shiny object 80% of your losses will come from 20% of your trades. Okay, so you need to know how to limit the losses on those trades. Why did the loss happen? Find a way to fix it. I keep hearing from people "Oh, yeah, you know, I do good for months at a time, a bunch of trades at a time. And then whooosh I give it all that. Yeah, that's common, that's normal. That's the pattern, 80% of your losses come from 20% of your trades, but you got to know which trades, you got to know which strategy, you got to know why. Okay, 80% of your wins will be on 20% of the symbols. So you don't need to trade every stock under the sun. Focus, specialize. Remember the principle, right? 80% of your losses will be the result of 20% of your mistakes, you're going to make the same mistakes over and over and over until you fix them. And just a few just a handful of mistakes, you're gonna make a lot of mistakes. We all do. We're traders, we make mistakes, you get in at the wrong time, you buy the wrong stock, you do this wrong time you get out, you don't get out. We make lots of mistakes. Not all of them are deadly. Most of them don't even make any difference. But there are 20% of the mistakes that lead to 80% of your results and your losses. Okay, every mistake is not equal. Get rid of the biggest of the worst ones. So to get better, you got to niche down, not out, niche down. You want to trade less, not more, okay? Want to trade less? Not more, less trades, not more trades, focused, specialized niche, and you always want to trade with the odds in your favor. With that, I bid you adieu. 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Todos los traders saben que la paciencia es uno de los atributos más importantes que deben desarrollar. Sin embargo, ser muy paciente puede ser contraproducente. Así que es importante que comprendas las variables que te indican cuándo ha sido suficiente espera. Esta es la razón por la que analizar los 'drawdowns' es importante. Dale play ahora mismo al episodio de hoy y descubre cómo hacerlo.
Blayne Beacham Macauley is an artist and photographer whose works have garnered international acclaim, and have been featured in galleries, exhibitions, show houses, and in print and television media. Since 2007, Blayne has participated in more than 22 gallery and museum shows; multiple juried exhibitions; and five renowned show houses. When Covid entered the scene, Blayne tried her hand at trading, and unlike the 98% of Covid traders who are no longer around, she is still going strong. In this episode of How To Trade It, Blayne shares her journey into Options trading. You don't want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou'll want to hear this episode if you are interested in…[06:34] Blayne's desire to invest[11:26] Where to enter a trade[12:25] What she's trading most[13:13] The decision-making process[15:18] Managing risk when trading Options[16:48] Tracking trades[18:24] Highs and lows of trading[20:23] The AAPL Challenge[22:42] Start up funds[24:18} Why she didn't quit[34:01} Blayne's best week of tradingDesire to InvestBlayne's desire to invest led her to check out trading during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. She started with a Robin Hood account and simply followed their suggestions. From there, she moved on to BeyondMeat because of the obvious and ongoing meat shortage. Blayne joined a few services and tried to follow a few well-known traders, but wasn't really hooked until she found her passion in trading podcasts. That's when she really fell in love with trading. Entering a tradeBlayne really likes puts. Puts are great! She wants to see a bear flag into a key level break and then a rejection of an EMA. So, basically, she enters a trade by looking for a particular level and chart pattern. Blayne likes to keep things simple, so she mainly trades Apple. She has all of her levels drawn out. She understands the nuances of it, how it reacts with SPY and the Qs, so then Blayne basically tries to exploit the inefficiencies going on between them. Managing riskBlayne likes to buy puts at a level of resistance. It either rejects or she'll cut it, if it goes over that resistance level. So, there's always a small element of risk. It's hard to know EXACTLY where to enter or exit, and Blayne admits that she sometimes battles the mental struggle associated with these things. She likes to keep her losers smaller than her winners. She seems to be doing just fine, since she boasts a 65% win rate this year. Highs & LowsThere have been many more lows than highs, in Blayne's trading journey. Her biggest low came on a day where she ended up following someone else's trade, against her own better judgment, immediately after a huge win, based off of her own choices. Blayne states that one of her biggest weaknesses is her tendency to follow others, when she knows deep down that she is capable of great trading on her own. The mental anguish that comes with having a “red day” has been difficult, but she is learning to cope and separate herself from her trading mistakes. As time goes on, Blayne is gaining confidence in her own abilities and is relying less and less on the advice of others. Resources & People Mentioned RadioSilentPlayTheSTRAT Connect with Blayne Macauley Podcast:: Support the show
Hey Folks, and welcome back to Drinking Alone, With Friends! In a return to our usual format we have a few sours to share with you, as well as our final thoughts on our Asheville trip. We return to the idea again of abandoning our beer podcast enterprise to start making wine as well as a sitcom about us being roommates. Then we share our thoughts on what makes the perfect sour beer, and when it can be too much. Finally we reflect on our top east coast breweries list, and bask in its perfection. Three Handles on Our Frosty Mug of Wisdom Odd Pieces Adult 'Nugs Charge Your Go Machine Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us! Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Click here to let Jordan know your breakfast choices Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast! Shea for becoming a ROCKSTAR patron!
Episode 6 of the Highs and Lows of NFTs features Danny Ukes AKA @DanVerno on Twitter and the NFT trading run during 2020 and 2021. We talk about how Danny turned NFTs into a full time job in a desired field and cover the early days into crypto, a scam that they fell for, how gaming captured attention and led to the first NFT purchase, and the journey from a few dollars to a few hundred thousand dollars. Danny also covers some insights into House of First and being a Curator of Culture while focusing on balance in life considering NFTs are not an end all be all.
The veteran crypto trader who accurately called the Bitcoin 2018 meltdown is issuing a fresh warning that a severe correction could be looming for the king cryptocurrency (BTC). Seasoned market analyst Peter Brandt tells his 651,800 Twitter followers Bitcoin must recover its May 31st high of around $32,000 to avoid the risk of a massive capitulation event, sending Bitcoin to a low of $12,700. “Unless Bitcoin (BTC) can close above the May 31st high, this chart could become a textbook example of the famed ‘Drano' chart pattern.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Total crypto market cap is now less than $1 trillion. Bitcoin and Ethereum are currently trading near their 2018 all-time highs. Where do we go from here? In this episode, CIO of Selini Capital, Jordi Alexander shares with us: What market stage are we at and how long it'll last Can Bitcoin ever break its previous ATH of $70k Indicators to navigate this market Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi . Not financial advice. ------------ Timestamps ------------- (00:00:00) – Introduction (00:02:12) – Current Stage of Crypto Market (00:04:06) – Black Swan Events (00:06:00) – Drawn Out vs Short-Term Bear Market (00:08:01) – Crypto Market's First Recessionary Environment (00:10:56) – Signs of Market Reversal (00:13:51) – Bitcoin as Inflation Hedge (00:19:30) – Terra's Impact On Crypto Market (00:23:41) – Can Bitcoin Ever Break $70K (00:25:54) – Indicators to Navigate this Market (00:29:06) – Is Bitcoin still the Bell-Weather for Crypto Market ----------- Sponsors ------------- dYdX is the Leading Decentralized Exchange for trading perpetual contracts. Users enjoy low fees, deep liquidity, up to 20x more buying power and even earn $DYDX from trading. Trade on dYdX today at: https://trade.dydx.exchange ----------- More Resources --------- Guest Jordi's Twitter: https://twitter.com/gametheorizing Blockcrunch Blockcrunch VIP: https://blockcrunch.substack.com/ Blockcrunch Twitter: https://twitter.com/theBlockcrunch Jason Choi's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrjasonchoi ------------ Disclosures ------------- Disclaimer: The Blockcrunch Podcast is an educational podcast and newsletter for informational purposes only. The host invest in cryptoassets actively and may hold assets discussed in the newsletter or podcast. All content contained within this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as any form of financial advice. The Blockcrunch Podcast, its associates and affiliates are not liable for any decisions third parties choose to make.
Mike Huddie is joining us to discuss an important topic that everyone experiences. He shares his analysis of the market and the changes it has undergone. The market is not the same as it was, requiring moments of self-reflection for all traders. Mike shares his experience in the oil and gas sector and the different tickers he discovered. This market experienced a major shift requiring a reaction from Mike, which he shares today. Knowing how things are moving and why they are moving is key for trading in any market. ALL traders experience difficult moments. Learn from this 7 figure trader and how he overcame a stock market crash. Cobra Trading Broker DISCOUNT! - https://get.cobratrading.com/bthestory/ Follow Mike on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeHuddie Join Our Discord - https://discord.gg/cJd2FrpaS4 Book a 1 on 1 Call with me - https://calendly.com/bthetrader/1-on-1-talk Favorite Trading Books & Setup - https://kit.co/BTheTrader Click here to sign up for our Newsletter BTheTrader Merch - https://my-store-11542608.creator-spring.com Catch me trading live on Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/bthetrader
"Secrets of an Institutional Trader" In episode 354 of the Desire To Trade Podcast, Etienne sits down with Jason Sen, an ex-institutional trader with decades of experience in the Forex and various markets. You'll get to hear Jason's tips & tricks to make a trading career work for you. Living in Phuket, Thailand, he is a big fan of freedom and uses multiple timeframes to pick better trades. Trade Battle with Jason Sen Watch the video interview here Topics Covered In This Episode 0:15 Introduction 0:30 Who is Jason Sen? 1:18 How Jason started trading 2:42 How to best learn trading 4:11 Period of break-even at first 5:23 Mindset of making $1M in a week 5:58 How Jason's trading process evolved over time 8:45 Trading from home vs. on the floor 10:10 How Jason transitioned to higher timeframe trading 11:32 How big banks started using Jason's technical analysis 13:29 The issue with support and resistance areas 14:49 Why Jason uses no indicators 16:33 Jason's trading style 17:11 How to be comfortable with missing trades 18:01 How to simplify your trading & get profitable 20:25 Where to place stop losses & take profits 22:32 Advice for new traders 22:50 Why Jason (doesn't) like social media 24:16 Subscribe if you want more content like this 24:32The key in trading is discipline 25:26 Tips for better discipline in trading 27:18 "If you trade profitably, why do you need other incomes?" 30:10 Where to find Jason Sen? (links in description) and much more What is one thing you are going to implement after listening to this podcast? Leave a comment below, or join me in the Facebook group! Desire To Trade's Top Resources DesireToTRADE Forex Trader Community (free group!) Complete Price Action Strategy Checklist One-Page Trading Plan (free template) Recommended brokers: EightCap (preferred Crypto and FX Broker) AxiTrader (use our link to get a special bonus) Desire To TRADE Academy About The Desire To Trade Podcast Subscribe via iTunes (take 2 seconds and leave the podcast a review!) Subscribe via Stitcher Subscribe via TuneIn Subscribe via Google Play See all podcast episodes How To Find Jason Sen? Website Youtube What is one thing you are going to implement after listening to this podcast episode? Leave a comment below, or join me in the Facebook group!
The PantheonPlus Rewind is a recap of the week's Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen news, community discussions amongst various forms of social media, Pantheon.Plus content and feature updates and a rotating segments like Lore coverage, fan mail, and more - all covering details on Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen! Join the hosts as they share their opinions on the hottest topics and their own personal MMORPG experiences. TSupport the show on Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/PantheonPlusJoin Our Community:PantheonPlus Discord: https://discord.gg/FDJMcHNPantheon.Plus - https://www.Pantheon.plusTwitter - https://www.twiter.com/PantheonPlusTwitch - https://www.twitch.tv/PantheonPlusYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/PantheonPlusShow Links and Credits:IntroMusic Credit:"Big Rock" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/VR News and NotesPantheon: http://www.pantheonmmo.com/Pantheon Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/PantheonMMOPantheon YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/pantheonriseofthefallenPantheon DRT RSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1825341Music Credit:"Cipher" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"How to Fail at Puppets" by PantheonPlusMusic CreditSong title: [Mechanical Ivy ]Artists: [Weird Inside ]Courtesy of Riot Games https://www.leagueoflegends.com/en-us/news/community/riot-music-creator-safe-guidelines/?_gl=1*1necct4*_ga*NDExNzUyMzgwLjE2NTQ5NzgzMjE.*_ga_FXBJE5DEDD*MTY1NDk3ODcwMy4xLjAuMTY1NDk3ODcwNC41OQ..Community DiscussionsNot this week!Community Spotlight“Reacting to New Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen Gameplay w/ BINGO!” by BazgrimTVhttps://youtu.be/4m6XN-CPzlM“Pantheon MMO Race Class Changes & Sprint & New Gameplay June 2022 Update” by the Nathan NAPALMhttps://youtu.be/osNZ0mAL-s0The Lore You KnowMusic Credits:"The Pyre" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"Morgana Rides" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Peter Castle started trading in 1995. Whilst going through the process of learning trading and listening to many of the great trainers and teachers of trading, he noticed how many of themes focused on lessons that had a spiritual component. He realised how trading the markets can push you to the edge of desperation, which then impacts you mentally and can lead you into downward spiral of negativity that manifests poor performance and eventually mental burn out.Peter started to incorporate some of the teaching of his learnings from Buddhism, into a mental process which helped him to cope better with demands placed on him as a trader. This was to have a hugely positive impact on how he managed himself in markets, how he processed information and how he made trading decisions. Peter has now shared his reflections on this journey in a new book ‘The Zen Trader: How Ancient Wisdom Can Help You Master Your Mind and the Markets' You can find out more about Peter on his ‘easy share trading' website: https://easysharetradingsystems.com.au/The book ZenTrader can be purchased on the Harriman-House website here:https://www.harriman-house.com/zentraderAlphaMind Podcast Sponsor: TradeStation GlobalTradeStation Global is a multi-asset trading platform with access to international markets. Trade Stocks, Forex, Futures and Micro e-Mini Futures from one account. Leverage professional-grade tools like RadarScreen®, The Matrix, and EasyLanguage® an intuitive coding language for traders.With TradeStation Global there are no hidden price spreads - just transparent, low commissions. Click here to find out more and open an account.TradeStation International Ltd, authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) in the United Kingdom, acts as an Introducing Broker to Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Ltd. The firm does not provide investment advice or trading recommendations. Investment and trading involve risks, including possible loss of principal. TradeStation®, EasyLanguage® and the other company trademarks in the TradeStation platform are owned by TradeStation Technologies, Inc., a technology research and development company affiliated with TradeStation International Ltd. At present, the TradeStation Global product is not available to EU residents.AlphaMind Podcast Sponsor: The Society of Technical Analysts (The STA):The Society of Technical Analysts provide world beating technical analysis education programmes and offer outstanding membership services with regular talks and meetings. Their Home Study Course is based on the Diploma Programme they deliver to students at the London School of Economics and has been created by many of the leading minds in the field of technical analysis. Alphamind Podcast listeners can obtain a 10% discount on the Society of Technical Analysts world-beating Home Study Course at this link: bit.ly/3r3TawOAlphaMind Podcast: Podcast Website: bit.ly/3K6xx5F YouTube bit.ly/3J54QWx AlphaMind Social Media:Website: bit.ly/3GpcOIs Blog: bit.ly/34dVoBK Twitter: Steve Goldstein bit.ly/3J9SNHQ Mark Randall bit.ly/3uqL9Ez LinkedIn AlphaMind Group: bit.ly/3vwo6Hu The AlphaMind Project Ltd: bit.ly/3O
Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Jared Dillian's journey is as unconventional as it is compelling. From serving in the U.S. Coast Guard to trading over a billion dollars a day on Wall Street, Dillian has seen and done more than most ever will. Dillian joins Maggie Lake to discuss some of his best and worst trades, and he explains his theory that every trader, in one way or another, is an artist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Professional Trader Nick Santiago shares that the best buying opportunity in gold since 1999 is coming and will occur once gold hits $1500/oz. Silver is also likely to hit $18/oz, Nick believes, and at that point investors should load the boat. Nicholas Santiago started trading in 1991. In 1997, he became a licensed Series 7 and 63 registered representative. He successfully managed money for a large, affluent private client group. Nick is an expert in Technical Analysis. He is a highly regarded and accomplished technician in the studies of Elliot Wave, Gann Theory, Dow Theory and Cycle Theory. Nick now co-heads the education department at InTheMoneyStocks.com and enlightens thousands of members, along with providing consulting services to hedge funds and institutions. Nick's website: https://inthemoneystocks.com/ Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com or our videos. We may hold equity positions in and/or be compensated by some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred.
Hey folks and welcome to our FIRST EVER Live streamed Drinking Live, With Friends! We were lucky enough to spend the weekend together in Asheville and we drank ALL the beers! When we got back to Chris' house we took the party to Twitch for our FIRST live streamed podcast recording! We had a blast, drank some amazing beers and answered some fun questions from the chat. We also have a RECORD SETTING third correct guess from a co-host. Who was it? Find out by listening (or, you saw it already....) Thank you to all that came out to hang with us! We had a ton of fun and love you all! Twitch VOD link is below so go check it out (hopefully it's still available!) Watch on Twitch! Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us! Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Click here to let Jordan know your breakfast choices Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast! Shea for becoming a ROCKSTAR patron! Brandon for being the official Historian of the Pod! Mrs. BeerDad for putting up with me! Blevin is also there...
A popular crypto strategist who accurately predicted Bitcoin would slice through $30,000 last month says BTC looks poised to capitulate even after its latest rally. Pseudonymous cryptocurrency analyst Capo tells his 335,700 Twitter followers he expects Bitcoin to print a fresh 2022 low once BTC bears take out support at $28,500. “Clean range. What is happening inside the range and what has happened at the range high shows that this is clear redistribution range. Clean break of the range low = last leg down confirmed = $21,000-$23,000.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When does the student become the teacher?Jason Pickard made his mark in the world of finance as a very successful portfolio manager at a large hedge fund, but making that incredibly lucrative living left him sick, morbidly obese and psychologically “small.”Jason describes his incredible transformation to whole health inside and out thanks to the 4 Doctors and his spiritual relationship with Paul that has evolved from mentorship to deep friendship in this loving Living 4D conversation.Learn more about Jason's life and work with Paul at the University of Virginia's Contemplative Sciences Center.Show NotesJason finds soul through one of his first loves. (3:53)Jason became a millionaire as a trader by age 26. (8:11)Does Jason know more than a lot of CHEK Professionals? (17:47)The 4 Doctors of Trading. (23:45)Are you checking your morning heart rate? (36:07)How Jason used art and meditation to recover from losing $100 million in two hours. (44:47)From escaping chaos at home to meeting Alex Gray. (52:33)The power of music. (1:06:07)“If you can find something better, you can be my teacher…” (1:12:56)What is your birth card in the Tarot deck? (1:39:23)A plant medicine ceremony is not a casual, recreational experience. (1:50:02)A sense of eldership. (1:58:46)Dreaming yourself into existence. (2:02:25)Jason describes taking HLC2. (2:15:00)A Dr. Diet duet. (2:24:48)Nature deficit disorder. (2:38:40)What Jason is dreaming into existence now. (2:44:45)ResourcesThe work of Paul Tudor Jones, Joseph Chilton Pearce, Terence McKenna, William C.C. Chen, Master Sifu Fong Ha, Ram Dass, Dr. Klaus Schwab and Weston A. PriceWeather tradingAlex Gray discusses working on The Great Turn and with the band Tool on YouTubeThe Shaman's Body by Arnold MindellMore resources for this episode are available on our website.Thanks to our awesome sponsors: CHEK Institute/IMS 1 Online, Cymbiotika (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK15 at checkout), Organifi (save 20 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK20 at checkout), Paleovalley (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code chek15 at checkout), BiOptimizers (save an extra 10 percent on your purchase by using the code PAUL10 at checkout) and Airestech (save 15 percent on any purchase you make by using the code CHEK15 at checkout).We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.