Lessons learned for human active trading

(Last Updated On: June 29, 2015)

Lessons learned for human active trading

In my recent switch to RBC direct investments has been somewhat successful, I start to realize that human traders are at a huge disadvantage compared to automated traders. For instance to do quick P&L reports on an active trading account, you have to manually total everything since your starting date. I mean seriously wtf? Who knew your software is really important to get a better handle on how your trading account is doing? I really don’t think Interactive Brokers is much better.¬†Other lessons to learn for newbies are settlement dates. It gets very confusing on your balance when you have to wait 2 to 3 business days for the trade to settle. It gets kind of confusing if you know what I mean.

So this posting is not really a marketing fluff piece, it is just so essential to have proper software that you own and control to be a successful human trader.

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