UweMoench posted: We need a place where we can think properly. It could be any place. But the condition is the place should not disturb your sound thinking. A noisy place can disturb your thinking.
While the truth is that you can trade from anywhere you are, it is best to have a place where you feel focused. So a quiet area, such as a home office works best so as to concentrate and avoid distractions. It can also help you take trading more seriously too and I feel that helps.
I totally agree with the idea that place matters. However, it is not only about trading but about any kind of activity. Working place should inspire you and make you concentrate on your work. More than that, your working spot shouldn't discourage you from working, on the contrary, it should be a place where you want to return, a place of compfort and productivity.
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