“A Body At Rest Tends To Stay At Rest”

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The First Step Is The Hardest (Break That Static Inertia)
From the Desk of Don Yocham

A few weeks ago, my publisher D.A., wrote a piece that outlined how he was able to start trading this year —  after never having done so before —  by following along with my materials.

Today gives us some more detail on what he’s learned and the great responses he’s received from folks who read the piece.

Take What The Market Gives You.

Don Yocham

A message from D.A. - “A Body At Rest Tends To Stay At Rest”

When I was in high school, I remember my physics teacher explaining “static inertia”.

You might not remember that term, but it’ll surely jog your memory when I put it this way:

“A body at rest tends to stay at rest.”

When I left that class, I thought I was done with physics. But it turns out physics wasn’t done with me.

Because in the two-plus decades since, I’ve learned that lesson again… and again… and again.

It’s easy to live life just going through the motions. Doing only the things that seem important in the moment — In other words “staying at rest”.

But that’s not where the growth is.

Any kind of personal growth must come with some level of discomfort.

The discomfort of being a beginner — of not knowing something, of having to learn new things.

The discomfort of finding out what you’re made of by working through obstacles and frustrations.

The discomfort of putting in the work.

A few weeks ago, I wrote my personal story about how I started trading earlier this year — after having been “at rest” for a long, long time.

I explained how it took me a good long while to break that “static inertia” that had kept me from dipping my toe into the markets — even after seeing the solution right in front of me. 

The response to that article has been tremendous. I’ve had several conversations with people who read it and were moved to start their own trading journey.

Hearing these stories gives me a tremendous sense of joy, because I love being able to directly participate in some serious personal transformations.

If you’re reading this, chances are that trading and understanding the stock market is important to you.

Maybe you see these things as a way to achieve growth and transformation.
But you might also not know where to start.

I suggest you start where I did: With Don’s coaching program.

For me, Don’s coaching has given me a new sense of orientation. Things that seemed like a confusing blur of information make sense now.

For example, in just the last 24 hours, Meta (formerly Facebook) announced layoffs affecting 11,000 employees.

Shortly before that, Fedex and Maersk (both global shipping giants) cautioned that “tough times are ahead” for global shipping.

A year ago, news like this would have gone right over my head.

But now I find myself putting the pieces together. Connecting the dots and realizing that the market bottom some talking heads have been calling for all year isn’t happening anytime soon.

The “new eyes” that Don’s coaching program has given me, allows me to make smart decisions about my trading.

And having an expert guide like Don to bounce ideas off of and point out how big picture events drive stock prices is invaluable.

That alone (never mind the actual firehose of picks Don gives us) is worth more than I can explain.

If that sounds like something that could help you get to where you want to go, you can submit an application by clicking right here.

There’s no obligation — you’ll just be scheduling an appointment with one of Don’s education advisors to find out if his program could be right for you.

It’s an easy way to get the ball rolling.

And if you’re serious about getting started, you can even have a one-on-one call with Don to answer specific questions about the curriculum before you get started.

If you find yourself on the fence, I suggest you go read the piece I wrote. Many of the feelings and hesitations I had will probably resonate with you.

And you may soon realize that the thoughts you’re having are a normal and necessary part of the journey.

Yours In Better Trading,


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