How to Use Trello to Create a Stock Market Journal to Track Trades
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Now, in this week’s episode what I’d like to do is share with you how you can use Trello as a trading journal, or if you don’t have a trading journal, how you can use trello, for those of you who are a little more tech savvy, to record, track and manage your trades, now it’s not going to really give you the ins and outs of everything as far as a trading journal may or may not, but it really comes down to depending on how you use it. It’s not going to be like an Excel accounting format, but it just gives you some insight for things that you can study.
What I’m going to do is go to the screen, share with you some insight about trello, how you can use it to benefit yourself for your trades and how you can get the most out of it by using it as a trading journal.
This is really more for people that are a little more tech savvy, but even if you’re not, trello is pretty friendly once you get the hang of it. So let’s go to the screen, let me share with you some insight about how you can use trello to record, manage and just learn from your trades.
Here we are on the trello board, and this is just something I’m experimenting with right now, as far as recording and journaling my trades, now this of course is not used for accounting purposes, but it’s just for me to learn from, and depending on trello or Evernote, which we will do a video on Evernote as well, but depending on which one works out better, or maybe there’s another tool out there that may work out for screen capturing, I think that we’ll probably move along the lines of using one of these tools for actually managing and reevaluating my own personal trades, just because of the screenshot factor.
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