Some would say that my mere ability to post in this forum would indicate that I am an excellent SwiftTrade prospect. I am here to prove you wrong! I have applied for SwiftTrade in the past, only to discover AFTER being hired that their training session was immediately pending and I would not be able to switch my work hours in time. Last thursday (over a year later), I applied again. I learned that they now have a 3-part interview. The first part of the interview involved questions like: "what gets you the most excited about trading stocks?" -I try not to get excited while trading. "are you okay with not making any money for 5 months?" -yes. have arrainged my work schedule to accomodate this. At the end of the interview, I was asked if I had any questions. This individual had not introduced themself, and had a name that was definitely not Fred, or Bob. I knew this by reading their name from email correspondence. I asked, "yes. what do you prefer to be called?" Which was met by uncontrollable laughter, and no reply...then awkward silence. I was then informed to check my email for the second interview. I suppose I could have answered parts of my interview better, particularly the last question (which I didn't read properly). All in all though, I thought it was reasonable considering, this was, SwiftTrade. I rattled off answers in about 20 minutes (I was allowed 10 lines per answer) and submitted it back. I've attached the same document....without alterations, in this post. They are now late in responding to me. If I had applied for an executive position at a major bank, I would think, "oh well". Being SwiftTrade, it's a major kick in the ass. What should I do?