Is anyone a professional day-trader?

(Last Updated On: April 23, 2012)

Is anyone a professional day-trader?
==I just completed a one month trading program taught by a professional trader and hedge fund manager. It was amazing. He trades live and offers a 100% money back guarantee. He has 20 years of experience and will allow you take the course at your own pace if you cannot finish it in one month. He teaches almost everyday and will allow you to sit in on a few webinars to see if it is your speed. He only takes on–
!I miss Chicago man and the Merc! trading is so tough till you realize that is so easy.
–been a member at CME since 87 have traded in the pits and the screen
–yes fully automated day and swing.
–any of you day traders have an algo?
Looking to fund non-discretionary Algorithmic trading strategies
We are a hedge fund platform working strictly with non-discretionary trading strategies. Looking to make initial $5-25mm investment into successful algorithms. Algorithms must yield an average annual return of at least 12%, with a sharpe ratio of 1.8 or better.

–I’ve been a full time trader and educator since 1995. Started a software developer firm since 2002. Retired as an educator in 2010.
I like trading Crude Oil and the Euro FX. They are both nicely profitable but Crude rules!
Yesterday’s crude: http://i43.tinypic.com/z97qo.png
If FOREX ever decides to release volume data on the accumulative bank feeds . . . well let’s just say it won’t happen. They wouldn’t dare to.
–I am a professional trader as well. I started out on my own, but now work with Stanton Analytics (www.tradeoilfutures.biz) trading mostly Crude oil, rbob, and 2oil. I could not be happier with what I have learned in working with them. There has been a big move lately of individual day traders coming in to work with us as well, and they are all just as happy. It really doesn’t get better than being able to consistently make money, and teach others how to do the same for themselves.
Everyone talks about the big learning curves in trading, and they are always tough when on the wrong side of the curve. What I love about Stanton is that despite people’s learning curves, there are always definite levels to get in, with definite risks that are comfortable. So even in the process of learning, you are not going to get run over.
— I trade Professionally part time and it’s working well. My teacher is a Professional Hedge fund manager. He is currently looking for a select few to coach one on one. Let me know if your interested?

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