Returns Before Hedge Fund

Discussion in 'Professional Trading' started by Corso482, May 24, 2003.

  1. Neither, just thinking out loud.
    #11     May 25, 2003
  2. Not that I am too experienced myself, but I think my best advice would be to go out and set up a fund to get a performance record. It really doesn't cost that much to set up and run.

    Everyone wants at least a few months of results before they invest. Even if you and your father are the only investors, and the overhead is a few thousand a month, if you are serious about eventually running a fund, it is worth it. Interest will come eventually if you have good numbers. That is the only way. You can make a million percent a year in a cybertrader account and no one will care.

    This is from my own very limited experience.
    #12     May 25, 2003