You might have noticed it but we just released a new update yesterday (June 12th).
The mid-June update is the newest 2.0.19 version of Edgewonk and we did not introduce any new features in this update. Here is a quick overview with things that did change:
We all know what a drag a day job can be. When you come home at night you barely have energy left to talk to your partner, let alone start up your trading platform and pull yourself together in order to have the patience and discipline to make good trades. Additionally, all the time you spend at your day job is opportunity cost – and the currency is called trading experience. It’s a vicious circle.
Without a day job you do not have an income, but with a day job you do neither have enough resources nor time at your disposal to become a profitable trader. And how the hell is a trading journal going to help you with all this, because it takes even more of your trading time away? Well, whether you want to keep your day job and make trading an additional source of income or you want to go fulltime one day, Edgewonk will help you reach your goals in trading. How? Let’s take a look.
We just released our newest January 2017 update and it’s the first big step towards full automation in Edgewonk. We also, of course, worked on other features and improvements. Here is what is new:
You can import Metatrader 4, NinjaTrader 7 and Ninjatrader 8 statements now. Please read the documentation carefully. We will add new platforms one by one over the next few months and if you want see a specific platform integrated, feel free to reach out to us and assist us to speed up the process.
One of the main focus points in the Edgewonk trading journal is improving trade management behavior and we have included a variety of metrics and features in our trading journal to help traders get a better understanding about how their trade management decisions impact their trading performance. In this article, we want to explain the […]
After the release of the new Edgewonk 2.0 a few weeks back, the Edgewonk team has been working behind the scenes and we have been improving Edgewonk with the help of our users’ feedback. A big thank you here to everyone who has shared ideas and given us feedback over the past week. We are always looking for […]