Hello everyone, I am a new member here and was wondering if going from scheudler to trader is a difficult move? I saw that someone recommened this path in another thread on this forum. I work for a pipeline company in Houston and every now and then there are openings for natural gas schedulers. I would like to take a career path that would take me to a position as a gas trader. I am currently working as an Internal Auditor and was wondering if taking a gas scheduling position would get me on a path to a gas trading position? If so, how long does one usually need to work as a scheduler before they could be a serious candidate for a gas trader job? Thanks.