Have I made the right decision? Iâm 22 years old, and I was studying my last year in my 4 year economics degree, and I would get an Ms. However I jumped of my degree and moved to the capital city and started working for a brokerage firm full time 60 hours a week and during the holiday working as an insurance agent, totaling 75 hours work a week. However I only need to complete a course to get a bachelor in economics (three years full time study), and I will start this course in February 2010, and thus get my bachelor in 2010, with an age of 23 years. Iâm working for a Forex brokerage firm and my work is to call people and persuade them to investment money in managed accounts, where I get a fixed percentage of the investment made. The firm firmly tells me that my work is called FX broker, however I think am just a plain phone seller as am not acting as an intermediary between a buyer and a seller. Other background information: Iâve been trading currencies for 5 years. I can trade currencies successfully and make about 300 pips a month. My ultimate goal in life is to become a currency trader working off home. I do however not have enough capital. Iâve calculated that I can save about 40k USD in one year time, and then quit booth of the jobs Iâm currently holding and then day trade currencies on my own, and live for free at my parentsâ apartment. I can alternatively or simultaneously start my own company where I sell signals, with a proven track record, and let people try the service for free for two weeks, and upon completion of the two weeks period they have to pay a certain amount of money to continue their subscription. I will be deemed credible to some extent since Iâve a bachelor in economics, and been working as a broker for a major brokerage firm. If I canât day trade currencies successfully off my home, I do however at least have a bachelor in economics, and and experience working for a major broker firm and as an insurance agent, and can then look for other economic related jobs. Or I could quit both my jobs upon completion of my degree 2010, and then look for a good study related job. I will then have one year experience working as a âbrokerâ and as an insurance agent and have more money in my account. Or I could have continued my fourth year and not have these experiences. Did I make the right decision, if: 1my ultimate goal is to become a currency trader working off home? 2 my ultimate goal is to advance in the finance business?