“Regular Guy” Traders/Investors: Can They Compete with the Pros? Online Trading Expert Salomon Sredni Speaks Out!
Since the advent of online trading in 1990s, thousands of experienced traders have decided to take trading stocks, futures and options into their own hands. As consumers see that there are opportunities to get involved in trading online, can the average person compete — or even function — in this arena?
It’s a tough game and who wins and who loses may depend a lot on what you know – or don’t know. Immediate, intelligent information and the tools you have at your disposal to analyze that information can help traders elevate their game. TradeStation.com
Salomon Sredni, Chairman & CEO, TradeStation Group talks about the platform’s new features as well as how serious retail traders can better equip themselves to compete with professional traders. Sredni, a certified public accountant with a degree from the Pennsylvania State University, began his career at Arthur Anderson. He joined TradeStation in 1996 as vice president of operations and was elected chairman in 2009.
I recently had a chance to talk to Mr. Sredni about how the “average jack or jill ” could learn how to make smart trades.
Barron’s magazine recently announced that TradeStation ranked #1 Online Brokerage firm over 23 online competitors in its annual review of online brokerage firms, now in its sixteenth year. TradeStation not only won for “best overall broker,” the biggest prize, but also won “best for frequent traders,” a confirmation of TradeStation’s long-standing reputation as the leading online brokerage for the active trader market. TradeStation also scored the highest ratings in two subcategories used to determine the winner – “Trading Technology” and “Customer Service and Education
Check out TradeStation.com and see if it will work for you. At least read over the educational materials on the site to get a better grasp of what you can do with trading solo without a broker and how to make educated decisions and buys.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
If you want to feature content from LA-Story.com, please remember to linkback to the specific page & please email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org
LA-Story.com, LA-Story Recessionista, Celebrity Stylescope, Celebrity Style Slam Trademark/Copyright: KBP Inc. 2007-11