TradeBench - TradeBench

TradeBench is the guy that deserves to be at the top of the list, because it's free and helps you do many things: it calculates the optimal order volume for your account, has statistics and adds charts to Brothers journaling is more intuitive.

It's free for you to join the email list of the app team. Details on how to do this are as follows.

Step 1: Go to TradeBench's Facebook, click Like and select "Get notified"
Go to TradeBence's Twitter, click Follow

Step 2: Enter registration information and email at this link to receive at most 1 email from TradeBench per month.

That's it, you will be able to use all of TradeBence's services for free.

Trading Diary Software - Trading Diary Pro

This is paid software, but it has extremely modern functions: it syncs with your data from many brokers, syncs straight into the software, so you don't need to enter data. or manual diary.

It has the function of creating tags to filter out trades according to the tags you set yourself: for example, the tag "loss orders due to stupidity" will filter out orders that you lose due to stupidity; then put the tag "break out" will filter out the commands you enter break out, etc.

This guy costs $ 149 a year, after the first year, you can continue to use it for $ 49 a year. It gives 30 days free trial.

Trading Log Software - Edgewonk

This guy costs money, but what you get is great: it is a trading journal that can help you find and uncover your trading edge over time. From there, you can focus on training that advantage, for example, focus on trading breakouts instead of trading retracements, etc.

It also has algorithms to recommend how to improve your trading performance, has many packages for you to choose from and also has a free 30-day trial.

TraderSync - TraderSync

TraderSync is designed specifically for stock traders. It summarizes your trading history into beautiful summary tables, complete with statistics, along with suggestions to improve your trading for the better based on the results obtained.

There is a free version, but you have to use the paid version to get more algorithmic suggestions to improve trading performance.

Transaction Log Software - Microsoft Excel

Sure, this guy Excel is the boss of spreadsheet software in the world, and it's designed to record spreadsheets in the best and most beautiful way. More importantly, you can design your transaction log the way you want. Then calculate the trading performance evaluation formulas, etc.

The hard part is having to do everything yourself, and having to manually enter the transaction results. I recommend that if you have a little knowledge of spreadsheets, make yourself a diary on excel, feeling it is dedicated to you. It's been a long time.

If you like syncing on multiple devices, do it on Google Sheet, the functions are not inferior to Excel and you can view it on your laptop, on your ipad, on your phone and edit it at the same time.

Transaction diary software - Evernote

This is the best note taking software out there. The function is extremely complete, even you will not use it all. And especially the ability to sync is extremely powerful. Evernote will be useful for those of you who like to record lessons, comment on each trade, and add screenshots to charts. And of course it's always more helpful to note such comments than meaningless numbers.