I wonder how come not a single US firm has copied their business model yet - zero comission, liquidity rebates, use of firm capital and 30% payout to traders. They hire 20 y.o. kids who have no idea about market whatsoever and within 3 months those kids make 5-10K for themselves a month on average. Not too bad, huh? They don't even have to get a licence to trade. Each trades 1 mil shares a day at least. A break even trade could be profitable because of ECN's credits. How can US prop. firms with 0.05 - 0.1 comissions compete with this canadian monster? Am I missing something?