Registered: Feb 2010
10-13-11 05:55 PM
Quote from daytrade:
I doubt the majority of the 10% as we call it has all gone through the supposedly top options for education, i know many that did not.
but more importantly maybe some of these students would of chose a different path instead of taking the gamble of being in the 10%.
It is one thing to be introduced to career options, and another to be influenced so dramatically to a predominantly commission based position that has wide positive to negative gaps financially, and in this world financial instability can lead to an unstable life. i think a brief introduction to trading , with a massive influx of money management would give a better lead to success.
and who's to say what education is best anymore, seems some good programming skills gets you the most stable jobs in the industry these days.
all in all im just saying we all know the greed and lust involved in trading,
and alot of these students wont know if there being drawn to the gambling side of this world, or the constant need for mentally self discovery and risk management.
the high school teachers need to tell them the truth that more than 90% of small traders lose. That will help them better prepare to seek
and trade in the house after getting a degree.