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Music while Trading

It's a known fact (has been proven) that when we listen to music while working, we accomplish more work and release more stress along with having a more positive outlook on our jobs and life. Music is an aid for positive change in our moods, emotional and psychological states...healing power of mind, body and spirit that's faster in comparison of such without music. This is very critical especially if you want to reduce fear, anxiety, distress and depression while trading.

Also, music has physical benefits such as helping to lower our blood pressure while trading which is important for traders that are over 30 years of age.

Therefore, I strongly recommend integrating music into your trading (slowly at first) if you currently are not listening to music.

As for myself, I listen to music for about 30 minutes prior to the open, during slow price action (mainly mid-afternoon) trading periods and for about one hour after my trading day is complete to help bring the emotional aspects of trading back to equilibrium. In addition, it helps me accomplish more work and and get it done faster on those days I need to study/research/analysis after the market closes.

Youtube - Trading and MusicWith that said...click on the below link to see my current music favorites (music and video) stored on YouTube.


Further, due to the fact that I trade at home from my home office, I use iPods to keep from disturbing the spouse and kids with headphones for one ear only to allow me to hear what's going on with my office surroundings via the other ear.


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