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Arya M.


New York, NY

Member since:

April 13, 2012

What are you trying to get out of this meetup?

Testing out strategies that I've been developing in a risk free environment.

How long have you traded options, if at all?

I have been trading options for 3 years.

How long have you traded stocks, futures, or forex, if at all?

I have been trading equity for 4 1/2 years.

Please, tell us about your background.

I graduated from villa nova university with a BA in economics in 2009. I traded out of a prop firm named Lynx Capital Partners and then got a role at Globe Tax Services in operations doing international tax recovery for institutional investors.

What is the most frustrating thing about the markets?

Getting yourself to calm down and stop trading after a few bad decisions in a row, and not rushing to make losses back. Sometimes it's best to step away and re-evaluate even if the plan you just developed took a lot of time and research. Ultimately, this could be considered admitting failure on a trade and cutting losses before they grow larger.


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