Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by QuoteBoy, Jan 22, 2002.
This thread was the reason I started the Heavy Hitters at Pro Firms threads
I Agree with alain, good mentors are hard to find but if you can get ahold of one it is the best way to go.
Problem is, most traders that actually make money do not want or need to take the time out of their day to help someone as it affects their own bottom line.
It's hard enough to find them.
Money talks though and if you want to learn to trade why re-invent the wheel?
Learn from someone doing well
Read books about how Warren Buffett trades. I hear he's a pretty good investor. Another one is a guy named Carl Icahn. He isn't bad either. I hear they both made a pretty good living trading.
A very very complex video game. A coach may be able to give you some pointers in playing Asteroids or Ms. Pacman, but you still won't be any good until you have played a 100 games.
Trading is the same way. In my opinion the only way to become a good trader is to watch and trade the market every day, all day for several years. That is what it took for me.
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