just joined these fora, interested in securing access to trading capital.

regards to everyone,

i decided to join these fora because wso discussions would come up in almost every search about the most reputable proprietary trading firms i have been doing over the last few days.

i noticed that there is valuable information here and most members are helpful and civil, so i decided to join.

now, i have been developing trading strategies for some time and i'm interested in securing access to trading capital. so far, i have not made much progress in this quest. the - trade with our money - sites on the internet are garbage, and even several supposed proprietary trading sites i found that seemed minimally legitimate seem to be abandoned as well. i have read about - first loss - arrangements, but i don't have millions of usd to go into those kinds of setups either.

i hope i will be able to find valuable information and advice in these fora.

very well, thanks, regards.

Comments (3)

Mar 16, 2021 - 12:27am
StartupBruv, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Typically you need to build a reputation and a successful track record to get access to institutional capital. Basically work in IB or HF for 8+ years and then start your own fund. 

Mar 24, 2021 - 5:31pm
Kylie100, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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