Thomas Peterffy, founder and CEO of Interactive Brokers.

Discussion in 'Economics' started by themickey, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. themickey


    The Hungarian-born billionaire, who ranks as the richest person in Florida — with a net worth of $25.7 billion, according to Forbes — predicted that the stock market could see a tumble of as much as 15%, if the so-called blue wave materializes. Even if the Democrats take only the House, the founder of Interactive Brokers said the market could face a 2% or 3% decline in equity values.
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  2. themickey


    How is it possible to create $25.7 billion owning IB software?
    Is it possible that he is trading and using statistical data from his clients to have an edge?
  3. themickey


    IB a buggy piece of software that raises complaints here by the week more than all other trading software combined, and he's worth $25.7 billion???
  4. RedDuke


    Every complex software has bugs. Been using IB for over 10 years with no major issues. Just need to know its pitfalls.
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  5. That "IB raises complaints here by the week more than all other trading software" is in itself a strong testament to the quality and success of IB.
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  6. zdreg


    the large number of complaints are raised by the numerous midget traders who are on ET.
  7. zdreg


    be serious.
  8. themickey


  9. ktm


    Keep in mind...a significant portion of that $25B is commissions I've paid to them over the years.
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  10. Overnight


    What a maroon. What does he define as "the market"? He should look at the "the market" once in a while. We've had a few 2-3% declines in October in a single day. Who is he trying to spook at this point? He can bite my chode.
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    #10     Nov 6, 2018