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PensionsKongen

Member Since Sep 18, 2010  18 posts PensionsKongen Jan 07 2012 at 17:57
I must to analyze my trades as I make the same mistakes again and again. Any experience with a trade journal?
I've tried http://www.meetpips.com/ but they do not support fxtrade from Oanda.

Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1253 posts Ethan (Staff) Jan 08 2012 at 07:48
What are you looking to have in a trade journal? How should it look? An image/sketch would be much appreciated!

PensionsKongen

Member Since Sep 18, 2010  18 posts PensionsKongen Jan 08 2012 at 18:25
Myfxbook is in fact perfect when it comes to registering my trades. The ting I'm missing for each trade is the possibility to write why did i executed the trade. The subjects could be:
- timeframe
- instruments and what did it say
- my mood/feelings

So I can analyze the all of my trades and see what I'm doing wrong and what i working.

tradingshed

Member Since Nov 06, 2011  181 posts tradingshed Jan 09 2012 at 00:28
Ethan, please also look into the possibility to add non-MT4 accounts and different brokers with manual entry :-)

callenaw

Member Since Jan 05, 2012  25 posts Callen Aw (callenaw) Jan 10 2012 at 20:52
Oanda has MT4, isn't it? Just download the platform and combine your MT4 with tradeFX.

Let the market come to you
PensionsKongen

Member Since Sep 18, 2010  18 posts PensionsKongen Jan 11 2012 at 17:06
I'm on a Mac and as I can see is there no easy way for MT4 on a Mac.

callenaw

Member Since Jan 05, 2012  25 posts Callen Aw (callenaw) Jan 11 2012 at 17:11
If I'm not wrong fxbook allow fxtrader? I think I saw that option sometime back.

Let the market come to you
jad42

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  25 posts Ja (jad42) Jan 12 2012 at 19:52

   PensionsKongen posted:
   Myfxbook is in fact perfect when it comes to registering my trades. The ting I'm missing for each trade is the possibility to write why did i executed the trade. The subjects could be:
- timeframe
- instruments and what did it say
- my mood/feelings

So I can analyze the all of my trades and see what I'm doing wrong and what i working.


Look in the help pages you can do all this in MyFxbook...

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PensionsKongen

Member Since Sep 18, 2010  18 posts PensionsKongen Jan 12 2012 at 20:27
I see, but I cant filter each subjects if I want to look for a pattern.

mychanization

Member Since Nov 27, 2011  14 posts mychan (mychanization) Jan 13 2012 at 14:26

   PensionsKongen posted:
   Myfxbook is in fact perfect when it comes to registering my trades. The ting I'm missing for each trade is the possibility to write why did i executed the trade. The subjects could be:
- timeframe
- instruments and what did it say
- my mood/feelings

So I can analyze the all of my trades and see what I'm doing wrong and what i working.


maybe you can write your trading journal in discuss area

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