Third and final interview at Swifttrade...any advice?

Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by e-stylz, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. subban


    Three interviews to get a non salary position at a prop shop????
    How much money are they trying to get out of you?
    #31     Dec 18, 2006
  2. asap


    actually swift is running a franchise business around the world. they have opened offices in every main location due to their turnkey prop shop solution. from what i have seen, it only takes less than $200K to start the business with their brand, support, etc. i haven't look into it yet (the revenue share agreement) but it certainly looks a very solid deal since the overhead is minimum and the potential return is huge. from others comments here, it appears that $7K a day is not so unusual for the top traders at Swift. If that's so, a Swift franchise might be the very best business venture around. no wonder there are franchised swifttrade popping in europe and asia like mushrooms these days.
    #32     Dec 19, 2006