The Traders Mind Journal
The ultimate companion for anyone who wants to trade at their best.
The ‘Traders Mind Journal’ has been developed to help traders to improve their performance through engaging in a focused journaling process built around three core high-performance factors;
a focus on continual improvement
training how you think and feel
creating high performance trading habits
Keeping a trading journal is extremely valuable in helping traders to stay disciplined and focused, to navigate the ups and downs of trading the markets effectively, and to improve their trading performance.
The ‘Traders Mind Journal’ provides 3-months of focused journaling questions; planning and preparation activities; evaluations, assessments and reflective exercises; and mental and behavioural training practices all carefully designed and structured to help you to enhance your trading performance.
Reflection, Planning & Action
Daily planning, preparation, market and self-observations and evaluation.
Weekly reflection and planning.
Weekly ‘Trading Performance Scorecard’ assessment.
Monthly review, planning and goal setting.
Journal review and reflection.
Mindset, Mental Skills & Creativity
Creative space for reflection and idea generation.
Mastery practices for developing key mental skills and high-performance
Quotes for reinforcing key ideas and a dose of inspiration.
“I found assessing my daily stress, energy and mood to be very
valuable for prompting a think about my state in which to trade. More importantly, they also caused me to think why they were what they were. Why was stress low? Why was energy high? Or the other way around, of course.”
“Performing at your best is something that can be learned. Once acquired it still needs a diary/monitoring to make sure it is sustained. I really liked the trading performance scorecard, with the 8 factors to assess myself against each week, and the daily sheets are great - writing down my observations, evaluations, planning was particularly helpful.”
"I really enjoyed the consistency of staying in tune with my psychology. Writing things down brings awareness to it which really helped me. The flow of the journal works really well, and at no point did I feel a burden on my time or energy like I have in the past with some note taking exercises I have set myself.”