The perspective does change with money on the line,,,,,,,,, human nature; suddenly contradictory info and data is ignored. It is quite difficult to eliminate this aspect in the game. Seykota spends 5% of his time educating traders on methods and 95%, perhaps extreme, working on the emotional component of the player. It is the weak link. But he is right........both are required for success.
As for Jones, the vid was embarrasing to him as he traded large currency positions through the night with his feet propped on his desk, drinking beer, for his many button-down clients; he was concerned they would not realize this was second nature to him and could suffer such a casual approach. And therefore the effort to suppress, which is not possible nowadays, the era of communication. CO