What Does the Average Day Trader Make?Sep 21st, 2013 | By Bella | Category: General Comments
SMBU recently sent a survey to the SMB Trading Community asking of their trading frustrations. From this survey we ferreted out the top five trading frustrations. Then we held a Webinar to offer solutions. Here is a link to that Webinar: Solving the Top Five Trading Frustrations From the SMB Trading Community. During this Webinar we were asked the question above.
In One Good Trade I wrote about the percentages a trader can earn on his trading book. Those returns can be obscene. So ridiculously good that I wrote no one would believe them. This is a function of many factors:
1) Day Traders (I say Intraday Traders) are expertly efficient with their capital.
2) We trade so actively that we have more opportunities. For example, did you see FB explode into the close? TSLA the past few? P this week? The solars on the open? We see all of these moves in real-time with sophisticated and powerful trading tools.
3) We can leverage our money to many multiplies than a hedge fund, mutual fund, institution, or retail trader/investor. Day trading leverage to a trading firm is calculated much differently than for a hedge fund. We can trade bigger intraday accounts with less money.
Let’s just say our returns in percentages are obscenely higher than what a portfolio manager might return or what many consider a solid increase on their capital. If you insist on an answer check out One Good Trade. I am not answering that question here and starting all the disbelief . Kiddingly, I want to enjoy my weekend.
You can be better tomorrow than you are today!
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