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Trading Successfully?

Everyone has their own idea of what it means to be a successful trader. Quite often we have individuals call us and tell us that they are indeed successful.  However, when we ask them to email us a documented track record, they either can not produce one or they say they have been generating profits on a demo account.  In our eyes, neither of these people are successful.  Keystone will back traders who have a proven documented profitable track record within the last 6 months.  ( minimum gross profits over that period must be at least $24k). In our eyes this candidate has proven they can make money and perhaps just needs a better trading environment to take their trading to the next level. 

If you are new to this business and are wondering, should i quit my day job to be a trader, you should first understand that there is a learning curve to be successful.  Typically we reccommend that you have 3-6 months of capital put aside to pay your bills.  Very hard to become a good trader if you are trading to make money tomorrow to pay your bills.  It is a process to become successful and you can not skip the process. The job of the mentors at Keystone is to shorten that learning curve as much as possible.  Typically after the learning curve the average trader can generate betwen $300-$500 per day.  Not bad for a business in which you are your own boss and have no weekends or no holidays to work.

If you have a track record of success, please email it to info@keystonetradinggroup.com so that we can analyze it or if you would like to learn more about our mentor programs

 

http://www.keystonetradinggroup.com

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