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: My New Level of Awareness:
A Super Trader Transformation, by Brandon Evans
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: Under the Surface — U.S. Debt and The Markets, by D. R. Barton, Jr.
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My New Level of Awareness:
A Super Trader Transformation
by Brandon Evans
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Introduction by Van Tharp:
I’m going to be 70 this year, but I don’t see any reason to retire because I absolutely love what I do. Furthermore, my brain is very sharp (I rank in the top 5% in Luminosity tests for my age group). I’m healthy and active. I love life and I plan to do what I do for at least 20 more years.
Our mission at the Van Tharp Institute is transformation through a trading metaphor. It’s particularly gratifying to me when someone completes the psychology section of the Super Trader program and documents their transformations. We’ll probably publish another version of Trading Beyond the Matrix one of these days and call it Super Trader Journeys. But until we do, I’ll like to periodically publish articles in Tharp’s Thoughts on trader transformations. The following article is on awareness. To raise awareness is equivalent to raising your consciousness and above a certain level, it's equivalent to being spiritually awake. As a result, I thought this recent example of a transformation would be great to share with you.
My entire life used to be about being successful and not being a failure. As part of that, being average wasn’t okay either. My drive for success was so intense I didn’t have time for feelings or analyzing the chatter going on in my head. As a result, I developed the ability to almost subconsciously and automatically repress feelings, particularly negative ones. Even positive feelings were enjoyed quickly and then it was on to the next set of things to accomplish on the path towards success.
Not feeling my feelings was further fueled by my belief that real men just didn't do that. Feelings were for women and men who weren’t “mentally tough.” I didn’t have the time or patience for feelings so I developed a way of dealing with them that I thought was effective (my version of being mentally tough.) While I frequently heard comments about my resilience or “level-headedness,” the reality was I was unconsciously continually building up tremendous amounts of tension and stress inside of me. I thought I was great at handling stress, but that’s because I was not able to recognize its signs that are now so obvious to me.
Others called me “serious” and “no nonsense” many, many times, even dating back to childhood. I remember once being called the “40-year old in a 10-year old’s body.” I always took that feedback as a compliment, not realizing all of that tension and stress was manifesting itself in how I came across to others — uptight, focused, unable to relax and have fun, etc. I was oblivious to all of that because I only cared about one thing — being a success / avoiding failure. Nothing else mattered. So, I had no awareness of what was going on inside me or outside of me.
While I wasn’t so aware of what I was doing to myself in terms of stress, I was quite aware that I was very judgmental of other people. I had never been able to control it, however, I had no understanding of why I did it, I just did. I viewed it as just a part of who I was.
The result of all of this was I was a wound up ball of anxiety, stress, worry, and judgment. I was aware of it to some extent, but wrote it off as being “normal.” Actually, I felt that, unlike others, I was really good at managing these things. Ha! I now look at pictures of me and see nothing but a wound up, tense, unhappy person staring back. I was completely unaware of it at the time though.
Lack of awareness also had an impact on my physical body and diet. For more years than I can remember (more than likely 20+), I woke up in the morning with a headache. I came up with various theories as to why, such as 1) staring at the computer all day, 2) not getting enough sleep, 3) needing glasses, etc., but never found a real answer, nor did I really search for one very hard. I’d think about it every now and then, but continue on with my daily routine of taking 500mg of ibuprofen. More often than not, I took more again in the afternoon, too. I didn’t like doing it, but it had become a routine habit so I never paid any attention to it. I certainly wasn’t thinking about what the drug might be doing to my body or my long term health. It’s ibuprofen after all — that stuff makes you better, right?
Another body-related awareness issue was my diet. I’ve always enjoyed playing around with diets, focusing on the results. I’ve tried low fat, Atkins, Paleo, etc. All of them generally “worked,” but had downsides for me. I would follow the diet guidelines religiously, but I wasn’t paying any attention to how the diet was making me feel, nor was I paying attention to how sustainable it was for my lifestyle. So, I never found a diet that really “fit” me and I’d end up bouncing around, going back to bad eating habits, etc. My weight would fluctuate by 10-20 lbs. as a result. I would last a year or so on the diet, get in great shape, then put it all back on over the next 6-12 months. I’d eventually reach a breaking point and say “enough” and I’d get back on the diet horse with whatever sounded new and interesting to me at the time. It was one big diet rollercoaster ride.
How the Transformation Happened
I don’t think I can pinpoint one single moment when everything changed. Instead, I would say it was a small snowball that just kept growing and growing as I progressed through the Super Trader lessons. I believe every lesson contains elements of improving your awareness (if you’re aware enough to recognize it, ha!). Eckhart Tolle’s book, A New Earth, was a nice compliment because of the many examples Tolle references that reflect a lack of awareness.
At some point in the program, Van recommended I start a daily feelings journal where you write down at least 10 feelings as you experience them. Doing so was huge for me. It forced me to pay attention to what was going on inside of me and I couldn’t just dismiss it in my mind — I had to physically write them down.
I really liked the Sedona Method. I got more physical feelings of release out of it than I did any of the other techniques. I did Sedona, the lesson around stress, and the stress technique on the Peak Performance CDs all at the same time. Cumulatively, they had a big impact on my level of stress. Eliminating a lot of stress allowed me to notice more things happening inside of me because my body wasn’t preoccupied with managing the stress. Also, Sedona helped me realize I was always trying to figure things out. It’s difficult to be present in the moment when your mind is constantly trying to solve something. That was a big revelation and I immediately started catching myself doing that on a regular basis.
Lessons 8 through 12 were also huge for my awareness. These exercises allowed me to develop and practice techniques for dealing with the challenges I’d identified in earlier lessons. As I started using the techniques for dealing with my negative thoughts, feelings, actions, parts, and beliefs, my general level of awareness improved. As I became more aware, I started noticing what I was doing even more. So, one lesson fed the subsequent lesson in a cycle of ongoing improvement. It’s so much easier to notice what’s going on in and around you when you’re not self-sabotaging yourself through the negative experiences.
Reading Byron Katie’s book Loving What Is and then doing the JYN worksheets was also really impactful. By the time I completed the lesson on fixing charged beliefs, I found myself feeling more connected to other people. I was much more positive about people and life in general. On the occasions where I would make a judgment about someone, I’d immediately catch myself and make the correction. I’m still not judgment free, but I’m to the point where I typically stop myself mid-way through the thought.
Doing Libby Adam’s 28-day course as part of the Super Trader Program was the icing on the awareness cake. I was in a really good place by that point, but she helped me take it to the next level. A big part of that was creating and having a regular dialogue with my Inner Guidance (IG). The dialogue with my IG helped me uncover some really significant limiting parts and beliefs. The biggest came through a combination of Libby’s program and the lesson on monitoring my thoughts and feelings. Through both, I finally realized that most of my challenges could be tied back to one thing — I felt I was not good enough. Becoming aware of that shocked me — I hadn’t uncovered that in the 11 Super Trader lessons I had finished— but it also enabled the next wave of change for me. Now that I knew it was there and my awareness level had increased substantially, I was able to catch myself in the act when beliefs about not being good enough popped up. Libby and I worked on it several times together, then I worked on it by myself whenever it popped up. The limiting belief also came up in other ways like self-doubt and self-esteem. But, due to all of the awareness work via the lessons and exercises, I recognized them for what they were and did a transformational meditation on them every time until they were gone.
In terms of my body, my increasing awareness, and mental clarity allowed me to “wake up” to the fact that taking 1000mg of ibuprofen every day isn’t a good thing (duh!). I suddenly knew I needed to find out why I was having headaches every day. After a fair amount of research, I stumbled onto an article about “rebound headaches.” It turns out taking ibuprofen, or any NSAID, on a daily basis is terrible for you. Apparently, taking these kinds of drugs more than a few times per week can lead to a dependency that results in headaches when the drug is not in your body. I immediately went cold turkey on all NSAIDs a few months ago. For ~3 weeks, I had terrible headaches throughout the day. By the end of the 3rd week, however, the headaches were completely gone. After many, many years, it was stunning and wonderful to finally wake up and feel awesome!
As for the other aspects of my body, my daily journaling helped me realize how lousy I felt after eating certain foods. I started noticing my mood swings based on the time of day and how long it had been since I had eaten. I also noticed how certain foods seemed to give me energy — not the good kind either, the kind with the big crash or other negative consequences. It started with dairy products. I didn’t consume much dairy to begin with, but I started noticing how milk and cheese were giving me digestion problems. Then I noticed the heartburn from pizza. Both of those were very minor problems because I only consumed them on my diet’s weekly “cheat day,” if at all. The next progression was pasta. My body apparently didn’t like pasta because I noticed I felt bloated every time I ate it. I’d eaten pasta for 44 years and never really noticed that feeling before! I’m sure the feeling was there, but I wasn't able to recognize it and make the connection to what I was eating. The last item to go was rice. While I had eliminated most processed carbs, my diet at the time said rice was okay. I liked rice and had started eating it more frequently in lieu of pasta. Through my journaling and generally being aware of how I felt, however, I figured out rice was a big culprit in my afternoon crash. I am now on a diet that consists of fats, moderate amounts of protein and “healthy carbs.” I don’t consume processed foods and have not had sugar in over 3 months. All of these changes are due to me being much more aware of what my body had been trying to tell me all these years.
The final area where awareness had an impact on my physical body is caffeine. I don’t drink coffee and had even reduced my diet soda and tea consumption down to a single daily serving, which came at lunch on most days. As my awareness continued to improve, however, I noticed how the lunchtime dose of caffeine was impacting how I felt later in the afternoon. This was even more obvious after dealing with the other food issues above. I didn’t like the idea of something I’m drinking controlling how I feel, so, just like the ibuprofen, I went cold turkey on drinking caffeinated drinks on May 1st this year and have no plans of going back.
What Life Is Like Now
I’d love to say I no longer have any negative thoughts, feelings or emotions, but that’s not accurate. It’s not even possible in my opinion, which is why awareness is so critical for peace, love, and happiness. There are many tools and techniques provided in the program. I enjoyed them all, but transformational meditation (TfM), first introduced in Peak 202, is by far my favorite because it’s relatively quick and, in my experience, extremely effective.
I’m a much happier person today and my increased awareness is a huge reason why. I continue to note my thoughts and feelings in my journal every day so the habit never leaves me. (side note: if you would have told me I’d be keeping a daily journal 12 months ago, I would have laughed you out of the room. I did it because I had to for a lesson and now I can’t imagine life without it — it’s extremely impactful.) Whenever I experience a negative thought, emotion or action, I stop what I’m doing and deal with it on the spot. Sometimes that involves just experiencing whatever is going on inside me and it goes away. Other times I do a TfM on the part that’s creating the negative experience. I’ve yet to have an experience where one of these two approaches hasn’t dealt with the issue.
I physically notice what’s going on in my body now as well. I can feel tension or stress once it starts so I can properly deal with it. That’s really helpful in my work and I’m sure it will be for trading, too. I should probably mention I practice and use the anchors (an NLP mental state management tool) I developed in the lessons to keep stress management front and center in my mind, too. It’s managed via my task management system so I won’t forget.
One other great thing for me is I now find myself laughing at things that used to generate all sorts of negative thoughts or feelings inside me. There are so many events from my past that were once traumatic and now I laugh about them
- I laugh about “The Jerk” dancing event from my childhood.
- I laugh about the good aspects of my Grandmother instead of hanging on to the not so good ones.
- I laugh at my mistakes and missteps instead of being consumed by them.
Some of this is related to my other transformations, but just being aware of what’s going on inside of me played a huge role, too.
Now that my daily headaches are gone, I wake up feeling completely refreshed and ready to start the day. It’s been 10+ years since I could say that! I very rarely take any pain reliever, primarily because I have no need to, but also because I’ve learned if I let those little pains run their course, I’m back to feeling fine in short order.
Unlike my previous diet attempts, my increased awareness has me paying very close attention to how I feel throughout the day. So far, I absolutely love my new diet and feel it fits me. I am in my target weight range and feel incredible. My energy lasts through the day, but when I feel it might be lagging, I know exactly what to eat to pick me up without a subsequent crash. I’ve also learned 10 minutes of Laughter Yoga is amazing for picking up my energy level, too. It’s hard to describe, but I also feel significantly clearer in my head. Like a brain fog has been lifted.
I’m a month into my new caffeine-free lifestyle and it’s been great. The first week, I had afternoon withdrawal headaches but those no longer happen. Perhaps it’s placebo effect, but I would swear my mental clarity is even higher now, especially in the afternoons. I feel sharper and fresher throughout the day. Given all of these physical / diet changes, I can honestly say I’ve never felt healthier and more mentally clear in my life! I’m much more in tune with my senses, too.
Finally, my happiness (which is partially equivalent to awareness) has gone way up. Here is my estimate of my lifetime happiness scores. I started the Super Trader program about a year ago and you can see what’s happened in that time. It’s been an amazing experience and undoubtedly one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself.
About the Author: Brandon works in the enterprise software industry in sales and is also a part-time trader, focusing on futures. He lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife and 2 teenage children.
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Interested traders have until July 31st to take advantage of a huge reduction in the price of the Super Trader program. In the old Super Trader program, students paid for 3 years of Super Trader 1 upfront, and then paid for at least one more year when they started Super Trader 2. Thus, the minimum cost of the program was $66,750. Now, however, students can finish the program in three years for a total investment of only $50,250. For motivated and committed traders looking to transform themselves and their trading, that’s a huge effective discount of $16,750.
If you have been considering joining the program but have been putting off your decision, the next 45 days are your opportunity to act and save big. On August 1st, the price of the program will increase by several thousand dollars (but the ability to finish in three years will still be available.) The longer you wait, the higher the cost - in 2017, we will raise the price of the program tuition to $20,000 per year.
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SYSTEMS THINKING FOR TRADERS: How to Use Systems Thinking to Improve Your Trade Craft — July 12-14
How will you benefit from attending this Systems Thinking Workshop?
- Learn to plan your trading business and plan your trades more effectively for achieving the results you are trying to generate.
- Improve the probabilities for your success in trading
- Find out what key questions to ask in order to challenge your established market beliefs, logic, and mental structures for trading.
- Create a series of useful tactical checklists for daily and weekly use so you don’t miss common crucial items and keep your trading efficiency very high.
Gain invaluable lessons from practicing systems thinking.
- Identify the few critical states in price action and how to plan how to take advantage of those when you find them.
- Develop your situational awareness skills by simply paying attention to what’s happening in order to evolve your strategy as well as exploit new opportunities.
- Understand how to construct trade scenarios in order to anticipate possible outcomes and reduce the chances for a “surprise.”
- Clarify your objectives and understand how your long term plans, your big picture process, and expecting the unexpected, all support you getting to those objectives.
- Feel more confident in your trading regardless of what the markets are doing.
- Improve your decision making processes for faster execution with results more aligned with your goals.
- Ultimately – feel better about your trading and improve your returns.
These are all things that are the natural outcomes of a systems thinking orientation as applied to trading. These are the things that the members of the tortoise community of practice and the chatroom have been doing to improve their trading on explicit systems developed by Ken and through the community collaboration.
This new three-day workshop will not only have extensive pre-work that will give you a head start on the material, but Ken will have dozens of practical exercise for the class which he has already field tested within his trading group. All of the exercises and three days of presentations will focus on helping you realize how important this mindset is for your own trading and developing your systems thinking orientation and how to capitalize on this important factor.
ADVANCED ADAPTIVE SWING TRADING — July 15-17
In this new three-day workshop, Dr. Ken Long will present a series of advanced, adaptive trading systems that work well in the swing period holding time-frame – from two days to two weeks.
Adaptive trading systems have rules and rule parameters that adjust to market conditions and price conditions rather than remaining constant.
They both mechanical systems and adaptive systems work well, they just work differently. Mechanical rules are more easily understood, are easier to program, and they are easier to execute. Mechanical rule-based systems typically do not adjust to changing market conditions and therefore are out of the market at times when the condition criteria are unmet. These are the kind of systems detailed in the Swing Trading Elearning Course.
Adaptive rules require a better understanding by the trader of price action, of self and of the market. These systems can also take more time to monitor and to execute.
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Under the Surface — U.S. Debt and The Markets
by D. R. Barton, Jr.
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Late last week, I was talking with a hedge fund manager about recent market activity and he provided an analogy that was interesting for two reasons. First, it seems like it’s a very useful view on what’s happening in the markets right now, and second — he was the second person in the past week who made almost the same identical comparison.
So today’s tip will come to you in three parts:
- The analogy
- A cautionary chart
- Why none of this matters — yet
Under the Surface
Almost everyone has a friend or a family member who passed away suddenly after feeling just fine only a short time before. The recent passing of Kimbo Slice, the backyard brawling YouTube sensation turned MMA contestant fits this description. The fighter had been in an event just in February of this year and was scheduled to fight again in July. Preliminary indications are that he succumbed to heart failure.
The human body is such a complex system with self-correcting processes that a person can feel normal or even “really good” while things are breaking down beneath the surface. That’s where many analysts (including me) see today’s markets — serious fundamental breakdowns beneath the surface appearance of healthy indexes. Let’s focus in on one troubling issue.
A Cautionary Chart
As the market pushes higher this week, look at this interesting chart that shows debt levels in the corporate sector:
First a clarifying definition: Non-financial corporate debt is the debt for all companies that are not in the financial sector. With that background, this chart shows the ratio of non-financial corporate debt as a percentage of U.S. Gross Domestic Product. While the ratio has operated in a fairly narrow band over the last 30 years, we see it approaching the upper end of that band.
Despite its cyclical nature, this increased level of debt is not, by itself, a harbinger of a downturn. Still, the more leveraged corporations become now, the greater the impact that credit tightening by the Fed could have.
This is one example of an “under the surface” issue that’s not showing up in the market and these kinds of issues are piling up: slower growth in China reduced exports from South Korea, slowed employment growth in the U.S., etc.
Which leads us to our final point:
Why None of This Matters — Yet
There is one dominant market theme that currently trumps everything else: central banks will continue to prop up the stock market.
We need to look no further than how the market reacted to last Friday’s U.S. employment report. That report showed the economy added the fewest jobs for a month since 2010 — a huge miss by many economic measures. The market, however, took less than one trading day to shake off that bad news revealing yet again the dominant market theme — accommodative central banks are keeping the markets happy. We’ll look more deeply into that story in a future article but for now, and despite all the issues brewing under the surface, it seems that dips are still to be bought.
Your thoughts and comments are always welcome. Please send them to drbarton “at” vantharp.com — I always appreciate hearing from you!
About the Author: A passion for the systematic approach to the markets and a lifelong love of teaching and learning have propelled D.R. Barton, Jr. to the top of the investment and trading arena. He is a regularly featured analyst on Fox Business’ Varney & Co. TV show (catch him most Thursdays between 12:30 and 12:45), on Bloomberg Radio Taking Stock and MarketWatch’s Money Life Show. He is also a frequent guest analyst on CNBC’s Closing Bell, WTOP News Radio in Washington, D.C., and has been a guest on China Central Television — America and Canada’s Business News Network. His articles have appeared on SmartMoney.com MarketWatch.com and Financial Advisor magazine. You may contact D.R. at "drbarton" at "vantharp.com".
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