Echotrade vs Worldco

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by michaelday, Aug 29, 2001.

  1. I would like to know what are the differences and similarities between those two companies. Which one has better and longer track record? What are the account minimums and margins for both of them? What about software fees? Does Worldco offer remote trading?

  2. Maybe I should make a simpler question.
    Does worldco allow remote trading? Do they accept anyone with enough money or do they have other requirements?

  3. This topic has heavily been beaten up. Click above under discussions, than professional firms to see all of them.

    To sum it up. WorldCO is a proprietary firm. They take no captial or very little but take a % of your profits. Contact Hitman for more info on that topic. I doubt WorldCO offers remote.

    Echo is the firm I'm with. We are a non proprietary firm (yes in some cases there is capital backing though) Our minimum is now $10,000. You keep 100% of the profit and the losses. The software fee for Echo is currently $300 per month.

  4. Thanks man. That's what I needed to know.