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For traders out there who still work FT...

How often do you review your trade?
I trade forex about 5 trades per timeframe (5 between HK opens - Aus closes and 5 from UK to US time).

I work FT, try to review trades on the morning after - at US close before I start work.

In WFH, I can barely manage. I doubt if I start 3/5 days work in office, I can manage trade reviews daily.

How do you guys manage to do review?

2nd question.
When you guys review trades, have you ever come across trade in the transaction history i.e. odd like the open/close level + time/date does not make sense - not correlate to the chart at all, even accounting for slippage.



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