Trading 500k+ per month in volume would get you some pretty good rates.
T3 is a solid and growing firm.
I recently moved here, also don't know anyone.. would love to chat
I'd stay away, sounds sketchy
you have to learn to use the force
for a scalper the edge would prob be speed
for a position trader the edge would be patience.
for you ?
well look within :)
in any case you...
supply vs demand.
Discipline, money management and a little common sense.
and you can trade anything.
keep it vanilla.
problem with back testing, is that it doesnt take into account the actually liquidity available to execute your trades, so what usually happens is...
ouch... would not want to be in his shoes right now
good stuff im sure there will be tons of people that benefit from your post.
Thanks John, very helpful indeed. If you don't mind to just tell me a little about your transition to trading from home, are you trading the same...
I often find being around traders to be a distraction to me personally, at the same token i do benefit from them from time to time. :confused:
very simple. if you take trades that have a 30% chance of working out and have a risk reward of 4/1 you will die a rich man.
interested to hear from people who have worked both out of the office and from home. pros and cons
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