Trading as a first career

faat

Junior member
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Hi everyone,

Would appreciate some advice as a new trader.

I currently work in a prop firm and have been making money trading the ES o/n. Small but consistent amounts monthly.

The issue that has always been bugging me is that, what happens if a trader does not work out as a trader? That is the income isn't stable/sufficient for him/her to survive on. What would the possible routes be for a trader after?

I have been only trading about 5 months in the firm but have spent 2-3 years going through the fluff in trading. I do plan to do this for a year and see where this gets me and the past 5 months have actually exceeded my expectations.

However, there is always the 'what if' at the back of my head when things don't work out. Are there even any jobs that require trading experience apart from trading itself? 1 year isn't exactly a **** load of time so I'm quite willing to give it up to try this endeavor as compared to going into the working world and be a drone.

Thanks in advance!
 

Aiman

Junior member
46 0
you could try working for trading companys? there are many banks that trade currencies and also shares.
 

NVP

Legendary member
37,513 1,978
Hi everyone,

Would appreciate some advice as a new trader.

I currently work in a prop firm and have been making money trading the ES o/n. Small but consistent amounts monthly.

The issue that has always been bugging me is that, what happens if a trader does not work out as a trader? That is the income isn't stable/sufficient for him/her to survive on. What would the possible routes be for a trader after?

I have been only trading about 5 months in the firm but have spent 2-3 years going through the fluff in trading. I do plan to do this for a year and see where this gets me and the past 5 months have actually exceeded my expectations.

However, there is always the 'what if' at the back of my head when things don't work out. Are there even any jobs that require trading experience apart from trading itself? 1 year isn't exactly a **** load of time so I'm quite willing to give it up to try this endeavor as compared to going into the working world and be a drone.

Thanks in advance!

advice ? - get a proper paying job and trade in your spare time ............
 
M

member275544

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agree with NVP, trading could easily just be a weekend thing
focus on the bread and butter first
 

Akinozragore

Active member
122 8
It is very pleasant to read that people choose trading as the main way of earning, which really can provide income. In fact, it is risky and at the same time incredibly interesting, because this business has no limits, and opens up great prospects. The judge of the result that you described, everything goes just fine, it's good, although some difficulties and mistakes will sometimes happen, but there is nothing wrong with it, it's our way and we have to accept it, LOL, but it only hardens us and makes us strong in the cruel world of online business, which really requires detailed study and attention. Keep it up and don't forget to learn something new all the time. I think you can do it, because you feel the will power and the desire to develop. You're awesome!!!
 
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