T3 Trading Group Review Data
10 total review submissions
|2009||Intern||New York||Equity Capital Markets||Fun shop to work for to get a taste of industry. Few shops…||No clear way for interns to come back and get hired full…|
|2014||Trader||Ney york||Prop Trading||Great equipment and facility.|
|the company lack professional training program. there is…|
|2018||Intern||New York||Trading||People there are really nice and really approachable. They…||The environment is too comfortable for me. I want to try…|
|2013||Trader||New York||Sales and Trading||Flat structure and you eat what you kill. Team environment…||No salary and exit opportunities very unstable. The whole…|
|2009||Trader||New York||Equities||The Pro's are few and far between. The good things…||The cons are all about the money. Cons: (i) you will…|
|2013||Trader||New York||Equity Capital Markets||Put forth a great deal of material to generate ideas and…||typical revolving door of the prop shop world|
|2013||Trader||Miami||Prop Trading||I learned how a proprietary trading firm works. I have…||The T3 Trading Group Annual Report (Form X-17A-5) can be…|
|2011||Intern||New York||Prop Trading||Great place to get training by pros in the field of day…||You have to put forward a pretty good chunk of money ($6 K…|
|2013||Other||New York||Equity Capital Markets||Disclaimer*: Your experience will be different depending on…||The cons are all about money. You will not make any. The…|
|2013||Trader||New York||Trading||You general have a great deal of self directed work. No one…||Very immature managers and traders. Many act very childlike…|
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