Friday, January 1, 2016

Trader From Amsterdam

Great youtube channel that I'm following lately is Trader From Amsterdam. You can check few of his latest videos below. He is showing his live trades. His style is scalping mostly DAX and his accuracy is so high that I didn't know it's possible. As he says: "No Live room, No trade calls here and I have no trading system for sale. Just posting my daily live trades. Hope one get inspired."

Sunday, January 11, 2015


My new trading related hobby is watching live trading videos and any other that are interesting. There is not much stuff on youtube that isn't some kind of selling and that's usually boring. So it's a pleasure when I find something good.

First there is blogger from The Trading Quest with his trading recaps:

And the other channel worth of mention is old one without new updates. It follows trade management of some broker. From my perspective very interesting stuff. The guy is also funny to listen because of his occasional excitement and self talk. Also the sounds that he do while he thinks. You got to check it out.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Sunday, September 21, 2014


I don't have badass trading strategy or badasss trading results, at least I have badass trading desk setup. Business Insider says so, lol.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Great vblog

I'm watching lately this guy and wanted to share because I really like his videos. There are some longer ones also where he in detail explains his thought process. He's not some guru that is selling service but pure trader.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Google reader replacements

Dreaded day is around the corner. Google will abandon their don't be evil motto and kill reader. In last three months looking for replacement I found three that does job sufficiently. I don't know which will prevail because I'm still using google reader.

The Old Reader is what google reader was few years ago. It's probably my first choice for now but it's too soon to know.

Aol Reader is newcomer and surprise because it wasn't anticipated like Digg reader was (which I didn't see yet). It looks like polished product in early stage.

Netvibes is more than a reader. It's dashboard kind of platform, but can easily be configured just to use as a reader.