Hi, I'm curious what "typical" annual returns career traders are seeing. I'm really looking for feedback from seasoned folks who've been through a few business cycles. If you've only been trading for 12 months but managed to gain 200% over that time frame... this question isn't for you. I know, for example, that if a larger managed fund returned more than 12%-15% yoy with low volatility, to be suspicious (see Madoff). I know some of the super-duper hedge funds can return 30%-40% annualized. But they're a different beast from the rest of us. What about smaller traders with $100k-$2 million portfolios? How well are you doing on an annual basis?