7 Fun Activities that Will Improve Your Trading

Thinking only about work can be harmful. Here are seven fun activities that can also help you in trading

A common saying says that, ‘all work with no play makes Jack a dull boy.’ The meaning of this old saying is that people should spare some time and do some fun activities. This works in the financial market as well. In fact, some of the biggest money managers are also known for other activities not related to trading. For example, David Einhorn, who runs a $5 billion hedge fund is known as a poker champion. Bill Ackman on the other hand is known for his love and skills in tennis. This article will highlight some of the fun activities you can do as a trader.

Reading Books

Reading is an interesting thing that you can do in your free time. This involves reading books fictional and non-fictional books. As for us, We find a lot of joy reading finance and economic books. Some of the ones we can recommend to you are: Octopus by Guy Lawson, Black Edge by Sheelah Kolkhata, Welcome into my trading room by Alexander Elder, and Millionaire Traders by Kathy Lien.

See 5 Must Read Trading Books

Watching Movies and TV Series

We find a lot of joy watching movies and TV series when we are tired or when there is no much activity in the news. Good TV shows and movies also help us to forget the market a bit especially when things are not going on fine. Some of the movies and shows We have been enjoying of late are The Good Fight, Suits, and Shark Tank.

Here 5 Financial movies you need to watch, or Discover the Top 25 Movies about Finance on IMDB.

Watching Financial Media

We are a big fan of financial media. We spend most of the time switching between Bloomberg Television and CNBC. The reason is that these news organizations have access to the most influential people in the financial world. These people include the top CEOs, financial analysts, traders, and policymakers.

Watching Sports

Sports are important because of their competitive nature. You should find a sport that you love and watch the games when you can. When We started trading, We were not much into sports. In recent years, We have started following a number of sports that have had an important role in our trading life. The sports We mostly watch are golf, formula 1, and some soccer.

See also Simple Trading Strategies You Can Learn from Sports

Gaming

Gaming is becoming a very popular thing to do these days. As with watching sports, We was not always into gaming. Recently, We have started playing games and this too has helped us improve our trading skills. Some of the games We are into are PUBG, Fortnite, and Apex.

Running

While We are not a big fan of exercising, We have found a lot of joy taking time off and running. Every week, We ensure that we do this for about three days. While it was difficult in the first days, we have gained some experience in this and we have seen our level of concentration improve. Also, our health and body performance has been better.

Travelling

The beauty about trading is that you can do it at any time and place. This has opened opportunities for us to travel domestically and around the world. Since We are a full-time trader, We carry our trading laptop in our trips. Then, We trade for about three hours every day in the hotel room and then go out to explore.

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