Making Time for What's Important: Your Trading Schedule

Making Time for What's Important: Your Trading Schedule

One of the biggest issues people come across when trying to improve their income or quality of life is finding the time to get things done. A modern lifestyle allows for very few activities outside the usual sleep-work-weekend routine. It’s not impossible. There are ways to make time to expand your knowledge and enjoy trading, and this article will show you how to find extra hours in your week to devote to the pursuit of profit with a trading schedule.

Check your schedule

The first thing that will help you understand your available free time is to map out your day-to-day activities. Excel or Google sheets is ideal for this, but you can draw it on a pad if you are a little more old-school.

Make a 7-day schedule of all your activities. When do you go shopping? Do you work out? Your schedule might show that you have little to no free time whatsoever. The reality is that you have brief 20-minute and 30-minute gaps in between activities every day where you do nothing. These are ideal for developing your trading schedule.

How to find time for a trading schedule

Try shifting around some of your activities. If you go to the gym on Tuesday, pick up your groceries on the way back, or vice versa. Perhaps limit TV watching to your favorite shows.

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Search and research trading

The forex market is closed on the weekends, but this is a perfect time to do a little research. What’s in the financial news? What’s coming up in the economic calendar? Check the charts on your favorite trading symbols. Is something trending?

Tip: some currencies go through cycles. Watch out for predictable trading conditions on Monday. You’ll start to recognize familiar spikes and falls on certain days. Keep a diary of your observations and see whether the emerging patterns are consistent.

Go mobile

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With the Exness mobile app, you'll never miss a hot trade again.

Exness knows that many people have very tight schedules, so to help, they've created a mobile trading app that allows traders to access the markets from just about anywhere. The trading app also means you can keep an eye on your open trades and check your favorite instruments more often.

Be consistent in your trading schedule

Just like the gym, you will see better results if you stick to a program or trading schedule. Learning is your main goal, but you can still target profits as you go along. Many people don’t want to set their personal lives to a schedule and reject the concept without giving it a chance. There’s a solid reason that effective businesses work by a schedule. It’s simply easier, and more gets done. Give it a try. In no time you’ll be finding time to trade and maybe even more free time than ever before.

Now is the time to apply for a trading account with Exness. If you have your credentials handy, the registration process usually takes no more than 15 minutes. Try some risk-free demo trading while you wait for your account to be verified, which usually takes less than a day.

We always make time for the things that are important to us. If taking a more hands-on interest in your future finances and working towards targeting real and significant goals is important to you, you’ve got everything you need to get started without delay.

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