Keystone Trading training

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by DLama, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. DLama


    I appreciate hearing from anyone who has taken Keystone Training Group's (based in NYC) 2 day training course. Did you find it to be worthwhile and a decent value?
  2. maxxbuxx


    I am planning on taking the Premier Course very soon. I have chatted with them and seem like decent guys. However I have not heard much about them. The firm seems to be new. Do you have any info you can share?
  3. i'm considering trading remotely with keystone but i
    can't find any information on them...

    does anybody trades with this firm?
  4. maxxbuxx


    I just signed up today. Not much info that I could find. I will let you know how it works out.
  5. teck


    want to know about them...... google Charles Vaccaro... he owened HLV ,these creeps worked for HLV- they did all his shity handy work in screwing traders out payouts and not returning capital.If you get in with these losers after what i just told you you desrve to be ripped off...
  6. cstfx


    Keystone Trading is a firm run by 2 former guys from HLV. They left as HLV continued it's spira downward and before Velez took control of what was left. From accounts by those familiar with these guys, not from people who have no idea wtf they are talking about these 2 were considered the only bright spot about HLV.

    You can do a search here for Keystone using the feature in the upper right corner to get some of your answers, but like all prop situations, do your due diligence before you give anyone your money, whether it be the new kid posting on CL or the ubiquitous Bright Trading.

    (why don't people use the search feature first instead of asking the same questions over and over again when the answers are already here?
  7. I was at one of their "freebie" 1 hour seminars where they try to hook you into their $1700 training program. No pressure, no hype...I actually like these guys ! I didn't commit yet, but I may do this in the future. They provide 2 options for you: trade your own capital or their capital. With the former, you get a decent starting rate of $5/1000 shares with a 100% payout. With their capital, the deal is less attractive with a 30% payout. However, you only pay an institutional rate of 20 CENTS per 1000 shares for each ticket....and they absorb your losses.