Watching the Wheels New Episode Is Live

Synopsis: Michael Covel brings some unexpected trend following messages and inspiration from eclectic and unexpected places. The first comes from Neil Young, his lyrics signifying the ups and downs of life and trading. The important thing is that we’re along for the ride: “I’ve been first and last, look at how the time goes past, but I’m all alone at last, rolling home to you.” Covel discusses the unexpected inspiration he’s found over the past few weeks leading up to his recent speaking engagement in Las Vegas arranged by Timothy Sykes. As you would expect Covel found some important food for thought on his trip and he shares these eccentric lessons: A pamphlet found in a hotel room from Affliction Clothing; a film called “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” that holds some important messages about passion and practice; a book that Covel received from his Yoga teacher titled “How Yoga Works” that has more to do with trading than you’d ever expect; and the book “Investment Biker: On The Road with Jim Rogers”. Covel also discusses a quote from famed trader Larry Hite about how in the big picture nothing really changes. People are people and people are always motivated by greed and fear. A reader questions how high frequency trading and automation work into the equation and Covel answers. Covel also discusses some thoughts from more fundamental thinkers such as Hugh Hendry and John Hussman (and why, whether it is their intention or not, they write great missives about why trend following works). From a strategy perspective how do you follow along and make money in a world where fundamentals don’t offer you hope on the timing of things? How can you make money in that world? The answer is trend following. If you don’t have trend following in your portfolio what are you missing? Covel also makes a big announcement for a special in-person seminar event in Las Vegas coming up in December. The event includes both of Covel’s dinosaur systems (T-Rex and Triceratops), a ton of materials (documents, audio, and video) that are unlikely to ever be released anywhere else, a long Friday night dinner, a full day session on Saturday–everything you need but the airfare. You’ll have to make your decision by November 1st for the event on December 7th and 8th. Also a special DVD offer:

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  1. I like this podcast because he talks about playing the game and knowing that it is a game. I want to win more than ever and listening is making me want to win even more. Ed Seykota says that we get what we truly want at the end of the day and I know through my failures that this is true. When I wanted to smoke marijuana that is what I got at the end of the day. Did it make me happy, temporarily. Do I wish I wanted something different, yes. But the past is done, the future isn’t here, and the present is the ultimate. Today, this moment I want win. All that is on my mind is winning, and what I have to do to win.

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