heres the scoop: You need to progress through each level to advance through the program and become a "trader". No capital contribution involved. Step 1: 100 shares, .60 per order stop loss = 20 dollars net minimum of FIFTY trades per day Goal to advance is 2 days in a row GROSS positive $10. step 2: 300 shares, $1 per order stop loss = $50 net 50 trades per day Goal to advance is 2 days in a row $10 NET positive. step 3: 1,000 shares at a cost of $1 per order. Stop loss = $100 net 50 trades per day Goal to advance is 2 days in a row $100 NET positive. step 4: 2,000 shares at a cost of $1 per executed fill. Stop loss = 200 net. 50 trades per day. goal is to net 3,000 for the month (or 5,000 in 2 months, or 7,000 in 3 months) to graduate to "trader" status. Trader starts at $0 debit. step 5: "trader" stop loss will be calculated as the past 14 trading day average, not including biggest gain day or biggest losing day. Training is for 1 week. You throw down a 350 deposit, which is refunded at the end of trading. You trade LU, microsoft...ect. The stocks you have to trade are from a preselected group. So, what do you guys think? Its not your money at stake if you do it. I wonder if Goodpunk could comment on this. This is something new I guess. You can trade remote at the end of the program. You can't change the commish structure if you are trading company money. Its a 50/50 split. If you want to trade a differently strategy, say swinging 100 shares, you can do it after you graduate. You can do whatever you please, provided no overnight, if you put your own money in at the end....maybe with only 1k down. Any feedback is welcome.