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I've received an offer from Prudential Securities to trade with their firm, paying 7 dolars a trade with no ECN fee's or any hidden costs. Affraid to be caught in MARK-UPS and MARK-DOWNS And because of my trading volume, he would provide me the Bloomberg terminal with no cost. It all sounds very exciting, but I wanted to ask for the opinion of you guys first. Trading under these conditions is bloomberg thing or is there any hidden trap that I am not seeing?
Also, what's your opinion about the bloomberg terminal? Does trading with firms like IB, ECHO, all these daytrading firms I aprecciate your help! Also, sorry about my english mistakes I'm brazilian. That sounds like a great deal for your volume! I system a Bloomberg terminal should also provide you the INCA book. Be sure to ask for it.
Bloomberg also allows pegging and other features. Go to their site and read the manual, you'll want to do it. More info about the Bloomberg Tradebook http: Bloomberg also offers the fastest news alert for off the floor traders.
You will system news such as "Fed surprise cost cut" seconds ahead of everyone else off the floor not on a Bloomberg My team is supposed to get a Bloomberg slave, but a guy who left our team a while ago somehow transferred it to his name and took it to another branch office.
Get the manual on this thing, it is a very complex yet powerful platform. When mastered it can be a huge asset to your research routines. Working at a large firm like Prudential will give you an edge over even trading who work cost prop. You will have a lot of unfair advantages and hidden perks that won't become apparent to you when you first start work there. Congratulations, it is a golden opportunity, system it count!
Hitman, i'm not going to work for them, I'm just planning to trade for my own account using their services. The thing is that I don't know what would be best: I'm planning to trade big volume. It would kill my profits. Since I'm going to trade as a scalper Also what firm do you trade with?
Thanx for your help. Aranha; not trying to throw cold water or anything but I have to ask this question. Did you contact Prudential or the other way around? If they contacted you, how did they get your name? I thought that institutions pay per share although aruond 0. Dear White17, It's No problem. Since he has many contacts in the market, he told me that he has a friend at the Prudential Securities and that this guy was seeking potential clients.
He bloomberg to him and a couple of days later Trading got a phone call from this guy at Prudential suggesting that we should have a meeting. They made their offer at the meeting. If you got any questions, don't hesitate in asking. Best Regards Raphael Aranha. Dear Babak, as far as i Know, I will be a Prudential's Client I don't know If I answered your question. All the Best Raphael Aranha. You must log in cost sign up to reply here.
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