Hello, I see pictures of day traders with six computer screens and all sorts of stuff. Is there some sort of recommended must-have set of tools for a day trader? For example, with my existing computer, I can watch the chart of a stock over the course of a day. But I don't think I have the right setup to see second-by-second movements. A post earlier today talked about finding out what you are best at. Maybe some people are better at day trading, others are better at options, others are better at buy and hold, etc. I would like to try day trading to see if I have any interest/aptitude for it. I would be happy to do paper day trading to start. But I'm not sure what a proper day trading set up would look like. There are some fancy oscilloscope-looking screens out there. I don't even know what that stuff is. I could also get some books on Amazon, but I'm not sure which ones would be good ones. The good news about day trading is you can iterate quickly. In a month you could have 20 tries at it. So if you were doing this with paper money, you could examine your success quickly without losing money.