I hope you are well. After listening your interview with master Edward Seykota I started reading his FAQs. The resemblance of trading philosophy of him and yourself is striking.
At this point can you let me understand why both of you have been so fixated at the philosophy of being at the moment of now. Is this really necessary and what happens if I would rather choose not be @ the moment? Is there an article that I could read this rather in more detail?
I am not providing the philosophical debate (many smart people have written extensively before me, i.e. Alan Watts), but what other moment is possible beyond now?