Hello all, I have been learning to trade FX for a while. At the moment I am in breakeven land. I'm coming to a fork in the road as far as my trading future is concerned. I love trading FX and this is definitely what I want to do. The question is how to best go about it. Currently I'm getting a finance MBA (its not a name school). I don't fancy working at the big banks, besides it seems the S&T departments are getting badly hammered these days. I love the idea of trading totally retail, but I don't have the risk capital nor the confidence and experience necessary to do that for a living at this point. I could try to continue learning while working a FT job, but then I would be relegated to getting up at 1 am to trade Europe, and I'm not so sure I'd be able to be well focused on either my trading or my FT job with such a schedule. The learning curve would probably be tough to handle. The idea of trading at a prop firm is appealing because unlike at a bank, I get to learn trading right away, and get to use someone else's risk capital to trade. I also get to be around experienced traders and learn from them. It seems most prop firms in the NY-tristate area are all equities driven. I'm very much interested in sticking with currencies, because I believe in specialization. In an ideal world, I'd love to join a program out of school where I would not have to pay for training or make any capital contributions. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? Thank you for your help and constructive advice!