Trading Music

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Carlos11, Oct 2, 2002.

  1. Carlos11


    I was wondering if anybody has one or two songs they listen to over the course of the day that sets their mood for trading?

    I find in the morning something loud or hard like Metalica's For whom the Bell Toll's or ACDC Hells Bell's sets my tone while in the afternoon something softer like classical with relax me during the slower periods.

  2. "mama said knock you out" - ll cool j

  3. Gordon,

    That is sooooo old skool, dude! I listen to, "I've got the Power!"
  4. I usually have Spice on in the background in the background. Sometimes the moaning goes on but it's quite good.
  5. chisel


    I like Sweet Surrender by Sophia.
  6. Both the title and the music very appropriate...
    By Vangelis...
  7. These are some from my mp3 list. Not the songs themselves so much, but the titles reflect the current trading mood during the day week month:

    Allman Brothers - One More Silver Dollar
    Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post
    Beach Boys - Wouldn't It Be Nice
    Beatles - Help!
    Beatles - I Feel Fine
    Beatles - I'm Looking Through You
    Beatles - Ticket To Ride
    Black Crows & Page -Heartbreaker
    Bruce Springsteen - I'm goin down
    Carbon Leaf - Desperation Song
    Carbon Leaf - Maybe Today
    Carbon Leaf - Rocky Top
    Cars - Just What I Needed
    Celine Dion - That's The Way It Is
    Chet Atkins & Mark Knofler - Poor Boy Blues
    Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Helplessly Hoping
    Dire Straits - Money for Nothing
    Don Henley - New York Minute
    Don Henley - The Last Worthless Evening
    Duane & Greg Allman - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
    Elvis Costello - Accidents Will Happen
    Elvis Costello - Pump It Up
    Elvis Costello - Tear Off Your Own Head
    Elvis Costello - waiting for the end of the world
    Elvis Costello - Welcome To The Working Week
    Eric Clapton - Blues Before Sunrise
    eric clapton - running on faith (live)
    Everly Brothers - All I Have To Do Is Dream
    Fleetwood Mac - Oh well (live 1976 buckingham).mp
    Gerry And The Pacemakers - I Like It
    Gin Blossoms - Hands Are Tied
    Hermans Hermits - I'm Into Something Good
    Indigo Girls w Joan Baez- Don't Think Twice, it's Alright
    Jackson Browne - You Love the Thunder
    jimmy page & the black crowes - Hots On For Nowhere
    Jimmy Page & The Black Crows - Hey Hey What Can I Do (1)
    Johnny Lang - Breakin' Me
    Johnny Winter - Its All Over Now
    Johnny Winter - Still Alive & Well
    Johny Lang - There's Gotta Be a Chance
    Jonny Lang - Rack 'em Up
    jonny lang - walking away
    Journey - Don't Stop Believin'
    Kingston Trio - All My Sorrows
    Led Zepplin - Gallows Pole - III
    linda ronstadt - it's so easy
    Linda Ronstadt - You're No Good
    Mahavishnu John McLaughlin & Miles Davis - Miles Ahead
    Mark Knopfler and Chet Atkins - Just One More Time
    Outlaws - Hurry Sundown
    Patsy Cline - I Fall To Pieces
    Patty Loveless - A Thousand Times A Day
    Pete Townshend - Drowned (Filmore West '96)
    Pete Townshend - Won't Get Fooled Again (live)
    Rolling Stones - Beast Of Burden
    Rolling Stones - I Cant Get No Satisfaction
    Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
    Rolling Stones - Play With Fire (1)
    Rolling Stones - Shattered
    Rolling Stones - Street Fighting Man
    Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want
    Safaris - Wipe Out
    Steve Winwood - Back In The High Life Again
    Steve Winwood - Roll With It
    Tom Petty - Free Falling
    Ventures - Needles And Pins
    Ventures - Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
    Warren Zevon-Lawyers, Guns And Money
  8. I like a good mix of alternative music. Metalica, Pearl Jam, Linkin Park etc.
  9. Enigma is good when nerves need to be calmed down... :)
  10. mkmps


    upbeat techie sound for up market, pure moods for down market.
    #10     Oct 2, 2002