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How much are you trading each day?

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How much are you trading each day?

New poll on forum homepage. The poll is anonymous as always.

I'm looking for total size traded each day.

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Total contracts or round turns?

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Total contracts or round turns?

Poll is asking for total contracts/lots per day. Poll is anonymous. Obviously if you reply here and tell us, it won't be anonymous.

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4) Accept responsibility for your actions. Stop looking elsewhere to explain away poor performance.
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Tell you what would be very interesting too.

How much TIME are you putting into trading each day.

Learning time, prep time, trading time.

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Tell you what would be very interesting too.

How much TIME are you putting into trading each day.

Learning time, prep time, trading time.

Agree, especially as time is (at least in this case reasonably) constant. A lot isn't. One might trade lots of 100s at a time, but only penny stocks or micros the other might trade ES or CL with 10 lots at a time, worlds apart...

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Tell you what would be very interesting too.

How much TIME are you putting into trading each day.

Learning time, prep time, trading time.

programming time, marketing time, etc.

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I originally thought this was "how many lots do you put on per trade?", That would be interesting

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Tell you what would be very interesting too.

How much TIME are you putting into trading each day.

Learning time, prep time, trading time.

There have been previous polls that have covered this. I will see how long ago they were.

Mike

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2) Start a journal and post to it daily with the trades you made to show your strengths and weaknesses.
3) Set goals for yourself to reach daily. Make them about how you trade, not how much money you make.
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A fun poll might be: How much time do you spend on futures.io (formerly BMT) each day (Way too much, lol).

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