I've been day trading for close to 6 years now. I make money, but not huge money. I've been thinking about applying for a fixed income trading position at an investment management company in town. Truth is, I love trading and everything that comes with it and I want to learn more and get more experience. I know how rough it would be to go to working full time hours after all this time but I want more than what I have right now. I'm not learning fast enough on my own. Plus, I always know I can come back to what I'm doing if its really awful. I was wondering, what are some good things to put on a resume that might be pertinent to a fixed income trading position? I've only traded equities. I'm also taking the level III CFA exam this summer, which hopefully helps. How do I show that what I've been doing has been working toward getting such a position? Any suggestions? And what does it mean when they say "Candidate must possess the ability to create order flow for retail distribution?"