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    aqz
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    Lightbulb Usfull Tip! How to Video record your trades !!!

    Hey all!! I found this video on the web...I think it's important and can help the community!
    it will show you the best way to record your trades.



    Recording binary options trades is a great idea for anyone who wants to be able to go back and see if anything went wrong.
    Even More importantly!
    It's probably the best proper way to solve a dispute of in or out of the money with your binary options broker.

    Let me know if it was inspiring!
    thx

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    all you need is a screen cam video recorder, its super easy and there are a lot of free ones available on the internet. I use Freez Screen.

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    Specialist Member runneroption's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by aqz View Post
    Hey all!! I found this video on the web...I think it's important and can help the community!
    it will show you the best way to record your trades.

    Recording binary options trades is a great idea for anyone who wants to be able to go back and see if anything went wrong.
    Even More importantly!
    It's probably the best proper way to solve a dispute of in or out of the money with your binary options broker.

    Let me know if it was inspiring!
    thx
    Thank you so much aqz!

    That is absolutely great way to keep track record of your trading activity and to be able to analyze it latter and to check is everything ok and is your trading plan properly executed. It also could help when you go through your history and search for mistakes done in the past. I am personally using screenshots recorder FastStone Capture but the way presented in the video looks even better.

    If you know other tips how to keep track of our trading activity we will be very thankful to you!

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    Veteran Member hchandra's Avatar
    thanks for sharing,
    although I still use conventional way to record all record with printed chart, because I can return to it easily later in the future.
    I can suggest using camtasia and CCCP (Combined community codec pack) for recording screen.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by hchandra View Post
    thanks for sharing,
    although I still use conventional way to record all record with printed chart, because I can return to it easily later in the future.
    I can suggest using camtasia and CCCP (Combined community codec pack) for recording screen.
    The coolest thing about recording your trades is that you can go back and edit them into an educational clip for youtube. I've started to expirement with it myself.

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    Rookie Member
    It is a good method of record the video of trade.

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