For desktop based, I have tried the Forex Control Center here: https://www.forexcontrolcenter.com/ (not aff. link) and its pretty good...but last updated 2007 (?), so is there anything more recent and more powerful?
Yes, I know people use spreadsheets in excel and google etc....I am hoping to find some higher powered software up to $300. And again, its not an EA, Robot or idiot tool....its analysis, journal, maybe some risk/reward calculator thrown in.
I am not looking for 'FREE' so dont post any free software, its usually hopeless....
I've used this for a few years, excellent bit of code. My only beef is its of course all manual entry... but if your not a scalper, it's really not very time consuming once you get the hang of it. Greg is always quick to respond to any issues you may have also.
myfxbook is the best online trade journal if you still have not noticed. It give you a general picture on how you do what and you do. At the end of each trade, you may leave common and photo commons. How cool is that? cheers.
Sneakers, I'm afraid you won't get what you want. The developers get money from site visitor and they get nothing if they make it offline, unless users willing to pay. But nobody willing to pay something they can get for free.
I think you can make your myfxbook private, if that's what you want. And you can combined it with other blog site
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