Registered: Oct 2011
02-13-12 09:55 PM
Quote from emg:
Trading is a Career Professional where ones need a Higher Education. Those that took that path of Higher Education and went on to work in the institutional are in Heaven (Holy Grail)
Those who decide not to take Higher Education path, but rather subscribed 3rd party educational/signal vendors they will be rich quick are in hell. They will stay in the Ghettos
Im looking for the best answer
Corzine disagreed. This is the best answer to your title.
I find two things amuzing:
1. Lehman brothers is not on your list. MFglobal is not either.
The by-product of my thought is: do they trade? or do they just front-run? If neither, do they solicit from clients? If they do, are they called "investment bankers"? If they are investment bankers, do they trade? (oh, I already asked this question). If they don't trade, who the hell are they? (oh, I already answered that question).
To be blunt, I despise them.
2. some small traders will "advance" to the prop firm level.
Advance? It sounds there is a lot of efforts behind it.
Wow, that was a dizzyingly high level: prop firm.
Looked again, and found some more amusing things:
3. "Required deposit: 10k" for "higher bracke" prop firm. "higher deposit for" lower level prop firms: like 20k or 30k.
emg's logic is: the lower deposit, the higher "bracket." I called a firm, they only asked for 5k. I guess the firm must a "Super High" prop firm.
emg, you sound and think stupidly.