# Search Results

1. ### % ppl who earn >\$1 million cumulative from trading over a lifetime?

Suppose we trade from 30 to 80 (for 50 years) and suppose we have initial cash of 100K (or 500K)
Post by: jk90029, Sep 16, 2018 in forum: Trading
2. ### What % of your P&L is going to commissions?

What do you mean 20%? Probably your total(lifetime) PnL after tax is, for example, 800K and total win before tax is 1000K. Does this case...
Post by: jk90029, Aug 15, 2018 in forum: Options
3. ### How much can a retail algo trader expect to earn?

Where would I find precise def and reference for the Sharpe 1, 2, 3+?
Post by: jk90029, Jul 21, 2018 in forum: Automated Trading
4. ### Took out a loan to transition to full-time trading. 24 years old.

It is true, for most (95%) trader who is a loser eventually. In case there is TAX and COMMISSION, 95% is a loser in most countries.
Post by: jk90029, Jul 13, 2018 in forum: Professional Trading
5. ### Took out a loan to transition to full-time trading. 24 years old.

QUIZ) How about starting with 100K and 20%?
Post by: jk90029, Jul 13, 2018 in forum: Professional Trading
6. ### Took out a loan to transition to full-time trading. 24 years old.

If OP is 24 yo, then you have roughly 60 years of opportunity, until 84. Suppose you have 10K of cash , then 1) with annual 5% compounded,...
Post by: jk90029, Jul 13, 2018 in forum: Professional Trading
7. ### Changing techniques when going from \$100k to \$100M

Quite possibly, compounding outperforms savings with most 6-figure salary. The longer (such as 50 years term from 30 to 80), the better. For...
Post by: jk90029, May 21, 2018 in forum: Trading
8. ### Changing techniques when going from \$100k to \$100M

Please note that 1.12^6=1.973823=2 and 1.2^4=2.0736=2 If someone tell me that "My asset increase 16=2^4 times in the last 24 years" and "Mine is...
Post by: jk90029, May 21, 2018 in forum: Trading
9. ### Changing techniques when going from \$100k to \$100M

On the other hands, what is major rate (50% or 25% below) in current population? (My English is short. ) I mean Rothschild, for example, takes...
Post by: jk90029, May 19, 2018 in forum: Trading
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