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What is a trading journal?

This article tries to describe why every trader should keep a trading journal.

What is a trading journal?

A trading journal is a record of all the trades an individual or a firm has made over a certain period of time. It includes details such as the date of the trade, the instrument traded (stocks, bonds, crypto, etc.), the price at which the trade was executed, and the reasons for making the trade. The purpose of a trading journal is to help traders reflect on their past actions and decisions, identify areas of strength and weakness, and develop a more systematic approach to trading.

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