say you have a winning strategy that holds for 3 to 4 hours. Situation A: You join a prop firm that is an actual broker dealer. Situation B: You join a prop firm that is a sub LLC of a broker dealer. Would the people who are in charge of monitoring your trades or anyone who has access to your trades be able and see that you're making some money say hey I'm going to jump on board and piggy back this guy. 1) Could this be a bad thing? 2) Is this less likely to happen in situation A? The reason I might think that is because they are under stricter guidelines because they are a broker dealer, while the sub LLC guy, just has a retail account. Opinions?