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12 min video on trading journals, how they can help to develop your trading and eliminate costly mistakes. The vid is made by Rolf of Tradeciety for Edgewonk who market a ‘pay for’ excel journal but there are a few free downloads on the web such as ‘Trade JournalV2’ and ‘Trading log V3’ excel spreadsheets. (I prefer the V2).

As these are spreadsheets so a lot of the input is by drop down boxes so quick to use and the variables can be changed to suit the individual trader plus totals such as strike rate and risk reward ratio are calculated automatically.

The main difference between the free and pay for are that the free ones don’t do projections.

 

Below is the link to the vid then some screen shots of V2 and V3.

 

https://t.co/7KDyw6uXdd

 



 

 

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Thanks  Useful info as always :smileyhappy:

 

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