Hello! This is my first post, and have to say, I'm impressed with this board. I've been reading the threads (doing my due dilligence, if you will), for a few weeks, and saw some really good advice given to new traders! Seems like many of your senior members take the same approach I do when managing my client's money, who I care about: looks like risk management first; rturn second is the theme.that's great! My question, and I'm embarrased to ask due to my former wire-house position as a Series 7 Stockbroker, and Series 66 Investment Advisor Rep, and my current status as an Independent Advisor, affiliated with a B/D, and RIA. Let me get to it: I have a client who really wants to day-trade S&P E-mini's with a very small portion of money for him; about $20,000. This isn't retirement money. Excess cash... Must be nice! He has asked me where to go for the training, and all I can find is a bunch of garbage for $1,000-3,000. I found a course by a guy named Todd Mitchell that looks enticing. Just looking for some advice. Thanks!