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Originally Posted by Mathemagician Everything else is not the same!
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P.S. FWIW, I both daytrade and position trade professionally so not bashing one or the other here. 
It is a mathematical fact though, isn't it? If you have an edge, clearly you make money more quickly by trading more. After all, what is the difference between trading for five years and trading for two years? Time, of course, and therefore the number of trades taken. Why do casinos want to have as many people through the door as possible? Because they have the edge and they want to apply that edge as may times as possible. Also, the effect of compounding is much more pronounced if you do it more often.
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