do your sheets look wrong

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by fluideq, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. fluideq


    any ideas on how to see whats really going on

    anybody else have this prob

    I a have a solution but wondering how wide this maybe

    and whos sheets are most lets say honest no I meant clear with propper fees rebates contras etc
  2. Which firm do you trade with :confused:
  3. fluideq


    just solutionsfast quick and correct why do you ask?
  4. :confused: :confused: :confused:
  5. Lucrum


    "do your sheets look wrong"

    Well... they have a wet spot on them.
    Was that "wrong"?

  6. fluideq


    in the eye
  7. I was trying to help you...if you name your firm, you have a better chance of actually getting an answer. Instead of assuming that ALL the traders on ET trade with your firm & use the same sheets & therefore has an idea of what you are talking about with the sheet. Why the secret? Some firms charge less with no rebate & some believe in rebate. See how many prop firms there are just in US alone & keep in mind that ET is worldwide.

    Oh! is this a got me :p :D :D
  8. bespoke


    my sheets look very wrong. especially after i sit on them naked.
  9. fluideq


    its not the firm i was asking just trying to se how many prop firms
    have normal sheets

    as opposed to abnormal this is all hypothetical

    and how many people are bothered by this

    I can name a firm but thats not my goal
    a private discussion I have np

    but I dont believe if i find a problem that its neccesary for all to know unless they speak up

    I am very well capitalized and even wonder if people want no confusion in this matter I may just open up my own entity at this point for all and take them all on

    anyway the main point on this board I prefer to make no mess at all and leave a secure deposit ( leaving no mess on a magazine or my sheets)
  10. Well I know one of my accounts with assent does not give total account balances, just a monthly p&L. Who was the genius that thought that one up?

    So in that respect I think they are wrong.
    #10     Sep 9, 2008