What every serious trader needs!

Pivotfarm's picture

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NEOSERF's picture

What every serious trader NEEDS is an unlimited expense account, Dom Perignon, a couple of escorts and a vibrating bed...

Wakanda's picture

Does the bike seat shove a white hot poker up one's ass when a central banker hits cntrl-p?

Stuck on Zero's picture

Is this going to be called the:

Kondratiev cycle?


Clowns on Acid's picture

The speed of the pedals can be dictated by the collective volatility of one's portfolio. If portfolio gets volatile, you'll bet the trader will be feckin' awake!

Keeps the trader in training for the market's Tour de Farce.

How much ?

blu's picture

A chocolate bar on a stick is cheaper and uses less electricity

LFMayor's picture

The stick alone is cheaper still, and provides exercise for yet another person.

Dark Space's picture

You can clearly see that there is a body under the blanket, it's facing the bike and the victim's left hand is hanging over their left knee. I'm guessing it is PivotFarm's former analyst that he forced to ride the bike all day long while booking trades, eventually killing her from exhaustion! What a cruel work environment!

sprodriguez's picture

It's an angry falcon guard..."Pedal faster you lazy motherf**ker!"

Pivotfarm's picture

Life's a bitch...then you come work for Pivotfarm.

hedgeless_horseman's picture



What is the book?

Pivotfarm's picture

Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets by John J Murphy

cliffynator's picture

For added motivation, the monitor power should be generated directly by the bike.

ebworthen's picture

I like it, dual purpose, don't forget lumbar support and water.

tmosley's picture

I have a similar setup in my home office.

Just a laptop and a monitor for me, though, and the laptop is the only thing on the bike.

_underscore's picture

Perhaps the sub-text here is the perfect analogy of today's markets: Pedalling like F~%K, just to stand still.

Seorse Gorog from that Quantum Entanglement Fund. alright_.-'s picture

I stand at my desk and keep a set of weights. A muay thai heavy bag would be a nice addition, especially for those schizo days...

ebworthen's picture

What's under that sheet in the corner?

Pivotfarm's picture

Its old hard drives, computer wires, trading journals and a bunch of stuff, this was a dusty job!

LFMayor's picture

Jame Gumb: "Uuuhhhh,  was she a big, fat person"?

Hardrives.  Right.

Seorse Gorog from that Quantum Entanglement Fund. alright_.-'s picture

Yeah right. Looks like your last victim.

tamboo's picture

i see your tradercise bike and raise you  one MWE Emperor 200 - $45,000





i need at least 4 displays so these setups dont cut it for me.



Pivotfarm's picture

wow thats awesome! Well considering this cost me $20 in board and fixings + an old static bike cant complain lol

Ruffcut's picture

Can I get a model that has benny and timmy on the seat pad?

I will use a toilet for my throne. On bad trades, each flush deserves the other.

Smiddywesson's picture

Actually, a hampster wheel would be more appropriate if my recent trading was taken into consideration

distopiandreamboy's picture

Can you set the difficulty level to follow the S&P?

Pivotfarm's picture

lol - It's always a possbility, S&P Hill mode

distopiandreamboy's picture

Haha it'll be the first stationary bike capable of crashing!

Manthong's picture

every serious trader needs..

I don't see the eight ounce glass of straght-up Black Jack on that table.