Here we answer the most commonly asked questions and help you get started with your Edgewonk trading journal.
You also find detailed explanations about individual Edgewonk features.
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Troubleshooting and getting Edgewonk up and running
90% of the problems can be solved by installing the latest Java update. Also note that you don’t need the Java browser plugin, but only the desktop Java version (link below). Make sure you don’t have an older Java version installed, then follow the download link below and you are ready to start journaling
Edgewonk only runs properly with the latest Java version. You can get it below for free.
Edgewonk is the #1 trading journal on the market, used by professionals and individual traders. But Edgewonk is much more than a journal – it’s a complete trader development suite, developed by professionals. Together with the trader development course, Edgewonk empowers traders to make the transition from amateurs to pros; or, if you are already a pro trader, you can use Edgewonk to fine-tune your edge to improve your trading even further.
You can use Edgewonk to track your stocks, futures, Forex, CFD and Spreadbetting trades. After your purchase, go to the Settings in your new journal and choose the markets you trade. Edgewonk then adjusts automatically for the markets you trade.
The course comes in 5 modules with over 24 lessons total. After your purchase you can access the course and go through the lessons one by one. The lessons include study material, pre-recorded videos, cheat sheets and other goodies. You can learn at your own pace and go as fast, or as slow as you’d like through the individual lesson. Plus, you can contact us 24 hours if you need personalized help.
In Edgewonk, you only record your initial stop loss and take profit orders. If you change your stop loss or take profit during the trade, you should NOT adjust the trade parameters in your journal. Edgewonk uses other parameters to analyze the final outcome of your trade.
Basically, every trade (every trade exit) should be entered as a separate trade to get the best possible evaluation. As a rule of thumb, you have to create a new trade in Edgewonk every time you exit a trade.
In the journal tab, you can simply right-click on an existing trade and then choose “Duplicate” to easily create multiple trades without having to re-type everything from scratch.
Individual Edgewonk features
If you want to know more about individual Edgewonk features and functions, please take a look at the articles below where we explain individual features step by step.
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