I'm considering Bright Trading as a remote prop shop but have some concerns and questions. I saw a lot limit of 100 for new prop traders. What does that translate to? In stock it would be 10,000 shares of stock. What about option contracts? What other limitations are there initially? What percentage of profits do I get to keep? What percentage of losses am I liable for? What are the terms of my contract typically going to be? Can I leave at any time? Lets say I make $100,000 in profits in my first month. Can I then choose to take my profits and leave? I'm sorry I'm just still really skeptical about a firm putting up this kind of leveage to traders they don't know. What is the catch? What is the worst case scenario? Should I consider other remote prop trading firms instead? Do you know where I can find a really well drawn out terms and agreement page that lists all fees, all margin info, all trading that is allowed and terms of trading? I can't seem to find that on any prop shops website anywhere.