I was curious what people's home trading environments are like. I have two. My main one is a laptop at a desk in the bedroom. I usually have the radio on low, and the TV has CNBC on low. In the basement I have a desktop, again with a radio on low, and CNBC on low. I don't find the radio and tv to be distracting. Do you have a radio or tv on, or do you find them to be distracting. I am a caregiver for an elderly parent, so making breakfast and lunch, along with dealing with their needs sometimes interrupts my train of thought, but I don't mind, I enjoy the break! The only thing that is disheartening is continually answering the question, "what do you do in there?". I answer "I'm trying to make money following the market and placing trades." They're elderly and can't grasp the concept of trading online. Come to think of it, I'm having trouble grasping it too!!! So do you isolate yourself, or is there stuff going on around you while you trade? Any multi-screeners out there? Just curious.