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bigmistake

Well-known member
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Hello Daniel,

Nice to meet you here, if you're a trader, please put some post here to share your experience or ask an y question for anyone to help you. :)
 

NVP

Legendary member
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Hello,

New to T2w, thought I would say hello as that would be the polite thing to do, well according to the site.


Daniel

hey Dan (y)

OK.....thats as polite as you need to be here............now join the jungle !

N
 

casamapa

Newbie
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What do you need in a CV?

Hi all,

My name is Paolo, I am new active user though I have been reading this forum for a while. I am interested in knowing what are the most useful skills or courses an HR would look at when hiring junior traders or for graduate trading recruitments.

I have been trying to get into trading and despite having worked in finance for 5 years, speaking 3 languages, have an MBA and I manage 15 people, I dont seem to have what it takes to be noticed by any HR person. I am only 29ys only, am I alreadsy too old to be a career changer?

If I study computational finance or engineering, will it be helpful to become a trader?

BTW - I already trade based on technical inidcators after one of those non-fully recognized courses that promise to teach you everything possible to be successful.

Thanks all!
Paolo
 

DitterPD

Active member
177 6
Nice to meet you! ;)
 

Dameon

Junior member
31 1
Re: What do you need in a CV?

Hi all,

My name is Paolo, I am new active user though I have been reading this forum for a while. I am interested in knowing what are the most useful skills or courses an HR would look at when hiring junior traders or for graduate trading recruitments.

I have been trying to get into trading and despite having worked in finance for 5 years, speaking 3 languages, have an MBA and I manage 15 people, I dont seem to have what it takes to be noticed by any HR person. I am only 29ys only, am I alreadsy too old to be a career changer?

If I study computational finance or engineering, will it be helpful to become a trader?

BTW - I already trade based on technical inidcators after one of those non-fully recognized courses that promise to teach you everything possible to be successful.

Thanks all!
Paolo

Hello Paolo, I can relate to your story, I can tell you that it isn't too late. Your educational back ground isn't much of a determinant in trading. Having said that I joined a hedge fund at 23 straight outa medical school and 6 years later I manage an amount that cannot be earned from medical practice. Make today your first day in trading at a pro level by looking for very junior position and if you are good enough, you will be sailing high....no CV is needed, just a solid system and a few demo accounts
 

perox

Member
87 0
Re: What do you need in a CV?

Hello Paolo, I can relate to your story, I can tell you that it isn't too late. Your educational back ground isn't much of a determinant in trading. Having said that I joined a hedge fund at 23 straight outa medical school and 6 years later I manage an amount that cannot be earned from medical practice. Make today your first day in trading at a pro level by looking for very junior position and if you are good enough, you will be sailing high....no CV is needed, just a solid system and a few demo accounts

Nice thoughts Dameon
 

perox

Member
87 0
Re: What do you need in a CV?

Dameon - that's encouraging, finally! Would you be able to recommend a demo account that runs well with no expiration date, charts included?

There are many brokers offer unlimited MT4.

Hotforex / Exness / Alphari, etc
 

ph_trader

Well-known member
417 6
welcome to the community, enjoy your stay here at t2w :)
 
 
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