I don't know about you guys.....

robster970

Veteren member
4,566 1,390
...but I didn't manage to make it out of my pyjamas today

and who said there weren't perks to trading at home eh!!
 

Splitlink

Legendary member
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Come on, mate. That's a terrible confession to make. I'm up at 0520, dressed and out by 0620. Home from the gym by 0915.

You know what a gym is, don't you? You jump up and down and take deep breaths.
 

robster970

Veteren member
4,566 1,390
Come on, mate. That's a terrible confession to make. I'm up at 0520, dressed and out by 0620. Home from the gym by 0915.

You know what a gym is, don't you? You jump up and down and take deep breaths.

But they were just too comfy today split.............
 

barjon

Legendary member
10,604 1,742
...but I didn't manage to make it out of my pyjamas today

and who said there weren't perks to trading at home eh!!

:LOL: When I worked from home occasionally I found that it was hopeless unless I got togged up in my office "uniform". Couldn't focus properly otherwise - poor me :eek:
 

robster970

Veteren member
4,566 1,390
:LOL: When I worked from home occasionally I found that it was hopeless unless I got togged up in my office "uniform". Couldn't focus properly otherwise - poor me :eek:

To be honest with you Jon, this is more like a normal day for me:

a. Up at 5.45am
b. Review Asian session, have a cup of tea.
c. Get in shower and get dressed.
d. Breakfast
e. Review trade planning from previous night and amend where necessary
f. Trading from 7:30am to 09:00
g. If not in anything then relaxed until about 12:30 and then start reviewing European activity
h. Lunch
i. Review trade planning from the morning session and amend where necessary
j. Dialled in from 14:00 to 16:00 for US open.

If I'm in a position, post 9am or post 4pm with a runner then I'm periodically checking out what is going on. Some days go from 05:45 through to 21:00 when it's busy.

Today I kind of took it easy as I've had a good Jan and it's nearly end of month.
 

15 min tlb

Senior member
2,057 98
...but I didn't manage to make it out of my pyjamas today

and who said there weren't perks to trading at home eh!!

only perk is obesity , sitting on chair all day and running to kitchen to release stress.
No weght loss , infact weight gain , perk was a gain in weight , beautiful gain.

Belly Dancer Rob is ere

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15 min tlb

Senior member
2,057 98
To be honest with you Jon, this is more like a normal day for me:

a. Up at 5.45am
b. Review Asian session, have a cup of tea.
c. Get in shower and get dressed.
d. Breakfast
e. Review trade planning from previous night and amend where necessary
f. Trading from 7:30am to 09:00
g. If not in anything then relaxed until about 12:30 and then start reviewing European activity
h. Lunch
i. Review trade planning from the morning session and amend where necessary
j. Dialled in from 14:00 to 16:00 for US open.

If I'm in a position, post 9am or post 4pm with a runner then I'm periodically checking out what is going on. Some days go from 05:45 through to 21:00 when it's busy.

Today I kind of took it easy as I've had a good Jan and it's nearly end of month.


Best traders are dumber than dumb ,they just follow price.They don't try to analyze.
 
 
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