- Sub-Title: Growing your Intuition (Learned Instinct) while Quelling your Impulses
- Length and type: 5+ jam-packed hours organized as 2 recordings of a live workshop with participant discussion and a special guest discussing how he developed an “emotional algorithm” to support his trading.
- Homework: A series of exercises to uncover how your individual emotional reactions turn into choices in your trading behavior. This homework goes far beyond “fear and greed” to reveal the personal meaning embedded in your “less than optimal” trading decisions.
- Homework 2: The foundation for lasting success lies in knowing how to handle negative emotions in a new way. To learn this, one must create alternative emotional experiences. A specific set of steps to do this is covered in the second half of the homework. Think of it like an athlete training for an event. In these exercises, the objective is not the trade result but the experience the trader goes through. Once the new experience is in place, the trader has the experience to begin to build a different emotional cycle. Building a different emotional cycle is the absolute crux of avoiding the meltdowns that destroy days, weeks and months of trading.
- Tuition: $1000
Content details: This course covers fractal or repetitive feelings and reactions in a way that goes beyond ACCESS and the book MARKET MIND GAMES. ACCESS lays the foundation for fractals – those “I did it again” moments – and RIDDLES takes the concept to the next level. The course details how we actually have unconscious personal relationships with the market. The market slyly acts as an authority figure and in doing so, induces us to react to price as if it were a person in our history. We have expectations and explanations that echo those early relationships. This course is about what is going on and more importantly what you can do to change the pattern!
As mentioned, RIDDLES also includes an interview with successful trader, John Netto, who shows his P&L for the last few years while discussing his emotional growth over his trading career. This is a NOT TO BE MISSED discussion about what John calls his “emotional algorithm” for trading.