How to Use Evernote to Journal & Track Your Stock Trades
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In this video, you will learn how to use Evernote as a way to journal and track your stock trades or investments.
Journaling your stock trades and investments is important because you want to see how things performed in the past, what worked well, and areas that you can improve on. If you do not have a trading journal, you are making investment decisions blindly or simply not keeping up with what is happening to your positions.
In this lesson, I will show you how you can setup boards and cards to track your trades by taking screenshots of your current positions so that you can review your profitable and losing trades.
You will learn how to quickly tag trades, sort trades, and find previous trades that you can use to review and learn from.
Posted at: http://tradersfly.com/2015/11/how-to-use-evernote-to-manage-your-stock-trades-as-a-trading-journal
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Very useful. I am using EverNote for last 7-8 years (paid subscription) and did not know many features. I actually use printed paper forms (proprietary) to log in my option trade data like IV, delta, Theta, OI, strike, price, margin, total credit etc by pen. Then I enter that data into excel sheet at end of the day. I think I can at least use Evernote to capture screen shots. That will be lot faster during trading day.
That's great but.... none of the data can be used in Excel to create charts, graphs etc to track progress, weaknesses and strengths etc... any ideas on how to integrate the two or solve that problem? Thanks.
Hi Sasha, great tips on using Evernote for journaling trades. I have been using Evernote to journal, however, I find myself using excel to track and compute data and using both is getting cumbersome. I am looking for one tool to journal trades and track performance (ex. Put Credit Spreads, 34 occurrences, avg profit $349, avg loss $233, wins 22, losses 12, total commissions $204, avg risk per trade $137, etc.). Can Evernote add trade data from multiple notes together to compute trade statistics? If not, is there a product someone might recommend for options trades? Thanks.
Awesome video!!! Learned a bunch about text expanders and Lightshot. I am not a fan of Skitch as I find its annotations capabilities a bit limited. Will gladly follow your Lightshot suggestion. Thanks for sharing all these goodies :)
I stopped going to college because I got the opportunity to work for nyc transit authority as an electricial worker.. have the ability to make up to 115k a year if I work tons of OT. Debating going back to college but definitely don't want to do electrical engineering like I had planned when I first started.. I wanna do something that could help me become my own boss and not be stuck in the 9-5 lifestyle. Was thinking real Estate or business management. Any other ideas for a major?
Sasha, I previously watched your video on using Trello to journal my trades - and although I liked it, i figured i'd give Evernote a try too. Long story short, Evernote is what i'm using now. I like the way it displays images and added text better than Trello. I also love being able to easily tag each trade - such as (Vertical or Iron Condor, Expiration Date, Bull or Bear, Earnings Play, Winner or Loser etc.) and build / save custom searches. it makes it very easy to search for and filter my trades so i can see which strategies are working and which are not. So thanks for the great idea - and i will be sticking with Evernote to journal all of my trades (thanks to you). Keep up the great videos!.
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