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We lost so many this year. Over 200 person’s of note. These are the ones who shocked, us and we will definitely feel their loss in some way.

Jerry Herman

The Tony Award-winning Broadway composer, died Dec. 27. He was 88. His musicals Hello, Dolly! and La Cage aux Folles both earned him Tony Awards for best musical. He was nominated a total of five times. This prolific composer lyricist left us with Milk and HoneyHello, Dolly!MameDear World, Mack and MabelThe Grand TouLa Cage aux Folles and Jerry’s Girls to remember him 

Sue Lyon 

Best known as the star of Stanley Kubrick’s screen adaptation of Lolita, the actress died in Los Angeles on Dec. 26. She was 73. 

Lee Mendelson

The Emmy-winning producer behind more than 50 animated Charlie Brown television specials died on Christmas at age 86.

Allee Willis

The songwriter, best known for writing hits for acts like Earth, Wind & Fire, James Brown and Patti LaBelle, has died at 72. She passed on Dec. 24 after suffering cardiac arrest in L.A.

Danny Aiello 

The Oscar-nominated actor, best known for movies including Do the Right Thing and Moonstruck, died on Dec. 12 at 86 years old.

René Auberjonois

The actor known for his roles in Star Trek: Deep Space NineBoston Legal and more died at 79.

Caroll Spinney

The original puppeteer behind Sesame Street‘s Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch died at 85.

Ron Leibman

Known for his role as Rachel Green’s father, Dr. Leonard Green, on Friends, Leibman died on Dec. 6 at 82.

Valerie Taylor-Barnes

Valerie Taylor-Barnes, was a celebrated ballerina of the Royal Ballet and champion of young artists and wife of critic Clive Barnes.

Ann Crumb

Ms. Crumb starred as Rose Vibert in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Aspects of Love, first in London’s West End and subsequently on Broadway.

Valerie Harper

Best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern in the Mary Tyler Moore Show. The Emmy winner got her start in theatre making her Broadway debut at the age of 20 in the ensemble of Take Me Along. That same year she appeared in the film adaptation of Li’l Abner.

photo by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Hal Prince

Prince started out as a producer, bringing The Pajama Game, Damn Yankees, West Side Story, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Fiddler on the Roof, to name a few. to the stage As a director Prince forged a partnership with Stephen Sondheim, breaking ground with Cabaret, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd,” Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, Merrily We Roll Along, Bounce, also known as Road ShowPrince of Broadway and many more. For his remarkable achievement, he won a staggering 21 Tony Awards. including two special Tonys — one in 1972 when Fiddler became Broadway’s longest running musical then, and another in 1974 for a revival of Candide. He also was a recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor.

Robert Walker Jr.

The Star Trek actor had died at 79.

Laurel Griggs

The Broadway star died on Nov. 5 at the age of 13, according to her Dignity Memorial page.
                                  Her family told The Post that she died in New York City after suffering a “massive asthma attack,” according to Page Six. The teenager was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital, her grandfather, David B. Rivlin, told the outlet. Doctors were unable to revive her.
                                  Griggs made her Broadway debut at age 6 as Polly in Rob Ashford’s musical production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 2013, opposite Scarlett Johansson, according to her IMDb page.
                                  She is best known for her role as Ivanka in the Tony Award-winning musical ONCE. She performed the role for 17 months between 2013 and 2015.
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The Broadway star died on Nov. 5 at the age of 13.

John Witherspoon

The actor and comedian died at 77.

Stephen Moore

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy star died at 81.

Robert Forster

The actor, known for his roles in films like Mulholland Drive and Medium Cool, died at age 78.

Karen Pendleton

One of the original Mouseketeers on The Mickey Mouse Club House died on Oct. 6 from a heart attack. She was 73.
                                  Pendleton, who was just 8 years old when she joined the popular series, died in Fresno, Disney historian Lorraine Santoli shared. The star was one of the youngest members ever to join the cast, and remained a regular for the entire show’s run on ABC from 1955-1959 — a feat which only nine children accomplished, including Annette Funicello.
                                  Pendelton is survived by her daughter and two grandsons.

One of the original Mouseketeers on The Mickey Mouse Club House died on Oct. 6 from a heart attack. She was 73.

Diahann Carroll

The legendary actress died of cancer on Oct. 4 in L.A., her daughter, Susan Kay, confirmed to PEOPLE. She was 84.
                                  Born Carol Diahann Johnson to subway motorman John and nurse Mabel Johnson in the Bronx, New York, Carroll grew up in Harlem, where her family moved when she was an infant. Carroll started her career at 15, modeling for Essence magazine, but her heart was in performing: “I always knew I had to do something that was in front of an audience,” Carroll told PEOPLE in 2008.
                                  Throughout her life, Carroll’s professional career in acting flourished in groundbreaking fashion. In 1962, she won the best actress Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway musical No Strings — a first for a black woman, and then in 1968, she became the first black star to play a role other than that of a domestic worker on her own TV series, Julia.
                                  Carroll told PEOPLE she found the pioneer label to be a complicated but tremendous blessing, particularly with regard to Julia. “The attention and responsibility were so stressful,” the actress-singer said in 2008. “But I’m enormously proud of that show.”
                                  Carroll was married four times. First to Monte Kay from 1956–62, during which they had a daughter, Suzanne, a journalist and screenwriter. After a failed engagement to TV presenter David Frost, she married Las Vegas boutique owner Freddé Glusman in 1971 but filed for divorce several weeks later. In 1975 she married Jet magazine editor Robert DeLeon, who died in a car accident in March 1977. Ten years later, Carroll married singer Vic Damone. They divorced in 1996.
                                  After decades in the spotlight, Carroll will long be remembered for her tremendous and trailblazing talent.
                                  The AP first reported news of her death.
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The legendary actress died of cancer on Oct. 4 at 84. She won the best actress Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway musical No Strings — a first for a black woman, and then in 1968, she became the first black star to play a role other than that of a domestic worker on her own TV series, Julia.

Rob Garrison

The actor, who starred as one of the Cobra Kai members in the hit 1984 film The Karate Kid, has died at 59.

David Koch

The billionaire industrialist and philanthropist died on Aug. 23 at 79.

Mitch Petrus

The former NFL player, who won the Super Bowl in 2011 with the New York Giants, has died. He was 32.

Denise Nickerson

The actress, was best known for playing the gum-chewing Violet Beauregarde in 1971’s Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

Cameron Boyce

The star of the Disney Channel franchise Descendants and the television series Jessie died. He was 20.

Martin Charnin

The Tony award-winning creator of the hit musical Annie died at 84.

Rip Torn

The legendary actor, known for his roles in Men in Black and Hercules, died at 88.

Gloria Vanderbilt

Anderson Cooper confirmed the death of his mother — the heriess, socialite and fashion icon Gloria Vanderbilt — on CNN. 

Sylvia Miles

The Midnight Cowboy and Farewell, My Lovely actress died in Manhattan in an ambulance while en route to the hospital. 

Carmine Caridi

Caridi, best known for his role as Carmine Rosato in The Godfather: Part II, died at age 85.

Tim Conway

Best known for his work on The Carol Burnett Show, Conway died at the age of 85.

Doris Day

With box-office and record-chart hits in the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s, Doris was an icon to many.

Everett Raymond Kinstler

Lamb Everett Ray Kinstler has passed away. Everett was a member of The Lambs, The Players and the National Arts Club, where he had his studio. He painted 5 U.S. Presidents and has over 100 works in the National Portrait Gallery in Washing D.C.

Peggy Lipton

Lipton, was best known for her roles on The Mod Squad and Twin Peaks

Max Azria

Azria, founder of the iconic American fashion brand BCBGMAXAZRIA.

John Singleton

Singleton, the first African-American man to be nominated for a Best Directing Oscar.

John Havlicek

The eight-time NBA champion and Basketball Hall of Famer died on April 25.at 79.

Larry ‘Flash’ Jenkins

Jenkins, best known for his roles in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Fletch.

Ken Kercheval

Kercheval, was best known for his longtime role as Texas businessman Cliff Barnes on the CBS soap opera Dallas.

Mya-Lecia Naylor

The British child star, best known for her roles on BBC network shows Absolutely Fabulous and Millie Inbetween. She was 16. 

Bibi Andersson

Andersson, the famed Swedish actress and muse to Ingmar Bergman.

David Winter

The Original A-Rab, director, choreographer, producerDavid Winters produced and directed over 80 feature films and over 200 television shows and TV movies. He is nothing short of an icon in the entertainment industry.

Georgia Engel

The Mary Tyler Moore Show star died on April 12. Widely recognized for her high-pitched and sweet-sounding voice, began her decades-long acting career with a role in Hello, Dolly! on Broadway in 1969.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock (9786975c) Luke Perry, a cast member in the CW series “Riverdale,” poses for a portrait during the 2018 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, in Beverly Hills, Calif 2018 Summer TCA – ‘Riverdale’ Portrait Session, Beverly Hills, USA – 06 Aug 2018

Luke Perry

Perry, who starred as Fred Andrews on the CW series Riverdale, was best known for playing Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills, 90210.

Katherine Helmond

Helmond, is well known playing Judith Light’s mother Mona Robinson in ABC’s Who’s The Boss? and Jessica Tate on Soap. On Broadway she stared in The House Of Blue Leaves.

Beverley Owen

Owen, best known for playing the original Marilyn Munster on season 1 of The Munsters.

Stanley Donen

Donen, was the director of Singin’ in the Rain and one of the last architects of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Brody Stevens

Comedian and Hangover actor.

Clark James Gable

Clark Gable’s grandson, Clark James Gable, was found dead on Feb. 22. He was 30.
                                  The actor, who was also known as Clark Gable III, was found unresponsive, according to his sister Kayley Gable on Facebook. His death was also confirmed to Variety. The outlet reported he died at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
                                  Gable was the host of the reality TV series Cheaters, which exposes infidelity within relationships. He was filming a crime drama titled Sunset Dawn shortly before his death, according to Variety.
                                  His father is John Gable II, the son of actress Kay Williams and the Hollywood icon who is best known for his role as Rhett Butler in the 1939 epic drama Gone with the Wind.

Clark Gable’s grandson. Gable was the host of the reality TV series Cheaters.

Peter Tork

Peter Tork, the blues and folk musician who shot to stardom in 1966 as a member of the Monkees.

Karl Lagerfeld

The creative director of Chanel, Fendi and his eponymous line Karl Lagerfeld.

Lee Radziwill

The younger sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and former princess.

Carmen Argenziano

Argenziano, best known for his roles in Stargate SG-1 and The Godfather: Part II.

Jan-Michael Vincent

The Airwolf actor was 74.

Albert Finney

The famed British actor known for his roles in Erin Brockovich, AnnieBigFishSkyfall and the Bourne franchise was a five-time Oscar nominee. Finney began his career as a stage actor, studying alongside Alan Bates and Peter O’Toole at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. His first Oscar nomination came from playing the title role in Tom Jones. He is also known for his roles in Murder on the Orient ExpressThe Dresser and Under the Volcano. 

Julie Adams

Iconic horror movie actress, who starred as Kay Lawrence in Creature from the Black Lagoon.

Louisa Moritz

Moritz, an actress famous for her role in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

James Ingram

Ingram, was a Grammy-winning R&B singer-songwriter.

Kaye Ballard

Ballard, who starred in the 1960s sitcom The Mothers-In-Law, was also known for her role in the musical Carnival.

Steve ‘Bean’ Levy

The actor, famous for his role in Ray Donovan

Carol Channing

Channing, was the star of Golden Age musicals Gentleman Prefer Blondes and Hello, Dolly!.

Daryl Dragon

Daryl “Captain” Dragon — half of the legendary 1970s pop duo Captain & Tennille. He was also a member of The Beach Boys.

 

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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JIM GORDON RIP — If you’re a music fan, you know the name Jim Gordon well. Brilliant musician, part of the Wrecking Crew; Mad Dogs & Englishmen; Delaney & Bonnie; Derek & The Dominoes; Eric Clapton; George Harrison … dead at 77. I’m not going to go into the trouble he had, you can read it below in Variety’s terrific story, but suffice to say, he was an amazing musicianDid he do things that he shouldn’t have? Of course … as we all have. He had a most troubled road and hopefully is now at peace. His music will however, live on. Sad, sad story for sure.

Celebrity-scribe Mark Bego, who is working on a bio of Joe Cocker (for Yorkshire Publishing) had this to say: “Gordon brought a very professional edge to Joe Cocker and his still-gestating Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour. Gordon was one of three drummers on stage for that outrageous tour. Having been a member of The Wrecking Crew, Gordon, despite some head-scratching antics, helped give the rough-and-tumble troupe a much-needed degree of professionalism. However, Gordon began displaying a violent nature on that tour when he hauled off and punched Rita Coolidge in the face, one night after the show.”

Bego’s Cocker bio is provisionally set for release during the holidays.

https://variety.com/2023/music/news/jim-gordon-drummer-layla-cowriter-dead-1235555775/?fbclid=IwAR1srmFu9kB1tVo-1HOx4nBLzg8OMOb-NMtXCps_zm_1y8L6mac6_6YE78g

GOTHAM — Gotham: The Fall and Rise of New York is an exciting exploration of New York City’s history and the legacy of its six mayors from 1966-2013. At the turn of a new century, learn how New York went from a failing city with over 2,200 murders, 93,000 violent robberies and over 500,000 annual felonies only to rise-up as America’s Greatest City.

Featuring twenty-six interviews, archival footage and re-enactments, Gotham puts viewers in the middle of the action exploring how a city turn-around happens.

New York City became what it is today through the blood, sweat, hard work, innovation, and creativity of a handful of heroes who were willing to challenge the status quo. Learn what they did and why it matters.

“We want the audience to get a historical sense of what was going on in New York during this tumultuous time,” said writer, director, and producer Matthew Taylor. “Through the courageous leadership and determination of many, the city was able to turn-around a common perception regarding crime in the area, which can serve as a blueprint on how to revitalize our great cities today.”

Featuring candid interviews with former NYC mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, and former NYPD commissioners Ray Kelly and William “Bill” Bratton, the film also features interviews with more than one dozen important figures who helped resurrect the city. Here’s the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45EXpx2JDz8&t=2s

REVIVAL69 — (Via Deadline) Shout! Studios has acquired North American rights to the music documentary Revival69: The Concert That Rocked The World, about a historic happening that’s been called “the second most important event in rock & roll history.”

Ron Chapman directed the film, which held its U.S. premiere this week at SXSW in Austin, Texas, playing in the festival’s 24 Beats Per Second section. The documentary tells “the remarkable, behind-the-scenes story of how a little known, but life-altering music festival came together — against all odds,” according to a description of the film. “Young, scrappy concert promoter John Brower puts his life on the line (literally) to turn his failing Toronto Rock n Roll Revival into a one-day event… The festival united rock legends like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bo Diddley, and Gene Vincent, with The Doors, who were the biggest band in the world. But it was the 11th hour arrival of John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band that ignited a truly seminal moment for the 20,000 fans at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium.”

The film draws on rare behind-the-scenes material, as well as unreleased concert footage shot by D.A. Pennebaker, the vérité/direct cinema legend who directed the landmark Monterey Pop documentary.

“With its improbable backstory, incredible line-up and indelible D.A. Pennebaker footage, Ron’s wonderful film joins an elite group of unforgettable music documentaries that tell a great story while preserving a seminal moment in pop culture history, Shout has deep roots in the music business, so this was a very happy deal to do.” read a statement from the company.

The film draws on rare behind-the-scenes material, as well as unreleased concert footage shot by D.A. Pennebaker, the vérité/direct cinema legend who directed the landmark Monterey Pop documentary.

The second most important event in  rock and roll history? Dunno about that, Bangladesh and Live AID sort of stand out a bit more. That said, interestingly enough, the packaging of the film in its box, looks a lot like Harrison’s show, so maybe its more of an intended subliminal message. In any event, it solidified Lennon’s full departure from The Beatles and his performance was extraordinary as usual. Definitely an integral part of rock history.

Here’s the trailer:

Little Richard

SHORT TAKES — Here’s the trailer for the forthcoming doc on Little Richard entitled I Am Everything. Looks fantastic.

Friar’s Club

Roger Friedman’s Showbiz 411 reported that the Friar’s Club on 55th street in NYC is officially closed for now. https://www.showbiz411.com/2023/03/16/sad-obit-the-friars-club-is-padlocked-shut-closed-after-years-of-mismanagement-and-malfeasance-comes-end-of-era  Sad. I spent many marvelous nights there as well as having numerous meals there – I always said they had the best chopped salad in town. 21’s gone; Tortilla Flats; Lucky Strike; China Grill … 3 of the 4 Palms, all gone now. New York’s a changed place now for certain … Great post by producer/manager John Luongo on the resurgence of vinyl. Check it out and BTW, he’s absolutely right: https://www.johnluongomusic.com/post/a-vinyl-countdown

David Johansen

And, the long-awaited David Johansen movie, Personality Crisis is here (executive produced by Martin Scorsese). Check out the trailer: https://deadline.com/2023/03/david-johansen-personality-crisis-trailer-streaming-premiere-date-showtime-1235301450/

… RIP Lance Reddick from Fringe and Bosch … HAPPY BDAY Steve Garrin and Donna Dolenz!

NAMES IN THE NEWS — Scarlett Rae; Tom & Lisa Cuddy; Kent Kotal; Cynthia Ronzoni; Kim Garner; Steve Ross; Ahmet Ertegun; Andrew Sandoval; Terry Jastrow; Harrison Jordan; Bob Small; Kent and Laura Denmark; Jim Kerr; Liz Rosenberg; Ken Dashow; Joe Banadonna; Eppy; Wayne Avers; Jay Fagen; and CHIP.

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Producers Sonia Friedman Productions, David Babani, Patrick Catullo, and Jeff Romley announced today that the first ever Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s Merrily We Roll Along will begin performances on Tuesday, September 19 at the Hudson Theatre (141 W 44th Street) for a strictly limited, 18-week engagement. Directed by multi-Olivier Award® winner Maria Friedman, Merrily We Roll Along features music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, a book by George Furth, and is based on the original play by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart.


Please visit MerrilyOnBroadway.com to sign up for first-access tickets.

First-Access tickets will go on sale beginning on Thursday, March 23 at 10am E.T.

Tickets on sale to the General Public beginning on Friday, March 24 at 10am E.T.

Tickets will be available from $59. A TodayTix Lottery will be available for all performances, with details to be announced at a later date.

As previously announced, Merrily We Roll Along will star Daniel Radcliffe as Charley Kringas, Jonathan Groff as Franklin Shepard, and Lindsay Mendez as Mary Flynn.

Additionally, the production will feature Krystal Joy Brown as Gussie Carnegie, Katie Rose Clarke as Beth Shepard, and Reg Rogers as Joe Josephson. The cast will also include Sherz Aletaha, Leana Rae Concepcion, Morgan Kirner, Corey Mach, Talia Robinson, Amanda Rose, Jamila Sabares-Klemm, Brian Sears, Evan Alexander Smith, Christian Strange, Koray Tarhan, Vishal Vaidya, Natalie Wachen, and Jacob Keith Watson.

The production recently enjoyed a critically acclaimed and completely sold-out run at New York Theatre Workshop, after its sold-out runs at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory and the Olivier Award-winning West End transfer produced by Sonia Friedman Productions.

To receive the latest information on Merrily We Roll Along please visit MerrilyOnBroadway.com.

Spanning three decades in the entertainment business, Merrily We Roll Along charts the turbulent relationship between composer Franklin Shepard and his two lifelong friends — writer Mary and lyricist & playwright Charley. An inventive cult-classic ahead of its time, Merrily We Roll Along features some of Stephen Sondheim’s most celebrated and personal songs. Maria Friedman first directed the musical at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory – a production that subsequently transferred to the Harold Pinter Theatre, where it garnered the most five-star reviews in West End history before going on to win the Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival.

Merrily We Roll Along also features choreography by Tim Jackson and orchestrations by Tony Award winner Jonathan Tunick.

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Trading Journals – Why You Need One and How to Use It to Improve Your Performance

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As a trader, keeping track of your performance is essential to your success. One way to do this is by keeping a trading journal. A trading journal is a record of your trades, including the entry and exit points, the reason for the trade, the trade duration, and the outcome. In this article, we will discuss why you need a trading journal and how to use it to improve your performance.

Why You Need a Trading Journal

A trading journal can help you in several ways. Firstly, it can help you identify patterns in your trading behavior. By recording every trade you make, you can review your performance over time and identify what works and what doesn’t. This will help you make better trading decisions in the future. Visit Site for more information regarding this.

Secondly, a trading journal can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses as a trader. By analyzing your trades, you can identify the types of trades you are good at and those that you struggle with. This will help you focus on your strengths and work on improving your weaknesses.

Thirdly, a trading journal can help you stay disciplined. By recording your trades, you are holding yourself accountable for your actions. You can review your trades and see where you may have made mistakes, which will help you avoid making the same mistakes in the future.

How to Use a Trading Journal

Now that we have discussed why you need a trading journal, let’s look at how to use it effectively.

Record Every Trade

The first step is to record every trade you make. This includes the entry and exit points, the reason for the trade, the trade duration, and the outcome. You can use a spreadsheet or a trading journal app to record your trades. By recording every trade, you can analyze your performance over time and identify patterns in your trading behavior.

Review Your Trades

Once you have recorded your trades, you should review them regularly. This will help you identify patterns in your trading behavior and identify your strengths and weaknesses as a trader. You should also review your trades to see where you may have made mistakes and what you could have done differently.

Identify Your Strengths and Weaknesses

By reviewing your trades, you can identify your strengths and weaknesses as a trader. You can see what types of trades you are good at and those that you struggle with. This will help you focus on your strengths and work on improving your weaknesses.

Set Trading Goals

Based on your analysis of your trades, you should set trading goals. These goals should be specific, measurable, and achievable. For example, you may set a goal to increase your win rate by 5% over the next three months. Setting goals will help you stay focused and motivated.

Monitor Your Progress

Once you have set your trading goals, you should monitor your progress regularly. This will help you stay on track and make adjustments if necessary. You can use your trading journal to track your progress toward your goals.

Learn from Your Mistakes

Finally, you should learn from your mistakes. By reviewing your trades and identifying where you may have made mistakes, you can avoid making the same mistakes in the future. This will help you become a better trader over time.

In conclusion, keeping a trading journal is an essential tool for any trader. It can help you identify patterns in your trading behavior, identify your strengths and weaknesses as a trader, and help you stay disciplined. By recording every trade you make, reviewing your trades regularly, and setting trading goals, you can improve your performance over time. Remember to learn from your mistakes and make adjustments as necessary. With a trading journal, you can take control of your trading and achieve success in the markets. Remember that a trading journal is not only a record of your trades but also a tool for self-reflection and self-improvement. Take the time to analyze your performance and identify what works and what doesn’t. Be honest with yourself and identify areas where you need to improve. Use your trading journal to set realistic goals and track your progress toward those goals. Finally, remember that trading is a journey, and you will face challenges and setbacks along the way. But with a trading journal, you can stay focused, disciplined, and motivated to achieve your goals and become a successful trader.

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