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Do you listen to any music while you trade?

I have tried with many different kinds, but I think classical music is the most appropriate to remain discipline focus and calm.
 

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No music, All my trading is automated these days on a server in the cloud. Or at least 99% of it is. I do like to have a bit of excitement now and again. 

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No music, just the voices screaming in my head. 

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Is this a music video, or a documentary on what everyday life is like in London?  I can't tell 🥳

 

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Dance, Tom Bombadil!  :P

 

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Back to listening to Chopin now, as winter depression sets in early.

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Classical music is perfect to develop schizophrenia.

That is why it is used in many horror movies.

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Dance and Trance for the past 12 years (Kid of the 90's club scene the music never leaves you!)

 

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The descent into madness and self-destruction begins and it never felt so good :D

 

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Remember, before sending your trade out there take your time.

 

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For those who religiously trust indicators here is "The signal fire"

Instructions: Play as loud as you can

 

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usually listening to Bloomberg TV..

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I would play a love song for Tom 😘 

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4 minutes ago, dmedin said:

I would play a love song for Tom 😘 

...I'd thought you'd go for an infinite loop of "Wall Street Shuffle"... 

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6 hours ago, jlz said:

For those who religiously trust indicators here is "The signal fire"

Instructions: Play as loud as you can

 

 

 

I'm a pure price action trader now.

Power of hindsight for the win :D 

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Wrong thread.

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10 hours ago, dmedin said:

I'm a pure price action trader now.

Power of hindsight for the win :D 

An entire brave new world in front of your eyes.
 

 

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Come on now bonnie loon, Erykah Badu wants a rim shot - man up and give her what she wants 😘

 

 

 

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If only I could relive the 90s, knowing what I know now.

 

 

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For those who have to wear a tin foil hat to deal with recent news. 

 

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So this is how it all ends ...

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 We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won't allow them to write "f*ck" on their airplanes because it's obscene!

 

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On 24/09/2020 at 06:07, dmedin said:

If only I could relive the 90s, knowing what I know now.

 

 

 

I'd probably do it all again.  Endless amounts of masturbation :D

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On 08/09/2020 at 05:42, dmedin said:

Phat choon!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Did you 90s ravers listen to this?  

Not your cup of tea?  I love it. 

I've always been into music, not scenes.

Hell is other people :)

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