Trading Assistant

Discussion in 'Hook Up' started by Trader33160, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. I am looking for a virtual(meaning work at home) trading assistant. Would be required to do research and monitor stock/mkt positions. If interested please PM me
  2. NESI


  3. I've heard of trying to make virtual trading as realistic as you have my respect.
  4. About me:
    Trading for 12 years, 36 years old. Started as a SOES bandit, moved away from daytrading and now concentrate on Closed End Funds and Selling options.

    I tend to hold a lot of positions (over 50) and have a a difficult time following them all, observing stops etc. I need someone who will monitor the positions, do research on the positions I own, be good with Excel and mathematics in general.

    In addition you need to be sharp and a fast learner. A college degree is a must. You will be working full time 8-5pm EST. Ideally you are between 22 and 30, not married and no kids, highly intelligent, a multi screen setup at home, good in video games and in following set rules.

    Since I am not setting the salary I need to know what you are looking for.

    The reason I need a virtual assistant is because I spend my time between NY and FL and at times around the globe.

    Whats in it for you:
    I am pretty good at what I do, you can feed off of me, in addition depending on who you are and how we get along I will, with time, let you get more and more involved in trading, listen to your ideas. Eventually (but not highly likely) I would want you to trade for me, with my capital.

    If this sounds good to you please PM with salary requirements.

  5. Sponger


    And with that post, people can finally stop saying "there is no one out there that is a legitimate mentor"

    There he/she is folks.

    You are about to be flooded with PM's my friend!!!!!!
  6. Icarus5


    Yeah, this is a pretty good opportunity for some young turk who wants a fast (well, put in two years and see how quickly the time flies) ticket to the big-time.
  7. avarus


    Scoop up those closed-end funds now and hold until April.
  8. tyler19


    College Degree = Intelligence?

    I love how employers try to relate the two.
  9. Indeed, the average college grad is as intelligent as a chimpanzee

    #10     Dec 21, 2007