By the end of this year (2003), I will graduate from an undergraduate institution with an Economics degree. I know for 100%(nothing less or nothing more) that I want to be and that I will be a day trader forever. I have 0 experience in day trading, but I traded with Online Brokerage Houses and is fairly knowledgeable in how the Finance industry works. I know that how much knowledge you have in Finance or even in anything else won't be benefitial for me to be successful trader. I have no capital to put up, or nothing of any significance, ~5,000 dollars I can pull if I want to. I am willing to relocate to anywhere. My living expenses are covered so I don't have to work to earn a living (as I know now). I am thinking about working for a Prop. firm, with as little an intitial capital requirement. I could wait for a while and work/day job for a while to raise the necessary funding to try my hand at some place that has a hefty initial deposit. But I think it would be a waist of my time if I work for ~5-10 dollars an hour at a department store for a year or two while my heart is set on being a trader. You, my friend (if I may call you that), has a lot of experience and it would be wonderful if you could give me some valuable and well versed suggestions and improvements on my way of thinking. so here it is, What do YOU think that I should do? or what would you do if you were in a similar circumstance as I am. Thanks and I will really appreciate any responses of value. Nelson.