New York City, New York Jan 30, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – A semi-retired lawyer from New York shows how working from home as an online trader is not just for Wall Street experts. Eva Tompkins from Babylon, NY used to work long hours fighting litigation. Now instead she goes head to head with the stock market on a daily basis.
Eva specializes in trading the Nasdaq and has ridden the recent volatility with skill and panache, trading both long and short with great success. And her skill has been recognized by the prop funding firm, Funded Trading Plus (FT+) has now given her a contract to trade for them.
“Eva is exactly the type of trader we want for our prop firm. Her trading results through our evaluation were some of the best we’ve seen,” said Simon Massey, CEO of FT+. This London based online prop firm rewards successful traders with contracts to trade the firm’s money and they get an 80% share of the profits. “We are delighted to fund Eva and we really look forward to working with her.”
Eva joins a number of other US based and international traders who have successfully made work from home (WFH) work for them. Eva, like many others, started to learn to trade in order to better manage her retirement.
“I fell in love with trading so much that I began to feel that the practice of law interfered with my trading,” she told us, and continued, “this prompted my retirement so I could focus exclusively on trading for income as well as wealth generation.”
Many people like the idea of becoming an online prop trader and a growing number of Americans and people all over the world are winning funding from online prop trading firms. It’s easy to understand why: they get to work from home, they set their own hours and they get rewarded very well for their effort.
Simon Massey does however warn people to be cautious. “Trading is not as easy as it may initially seem, the psychological demands of the business are high and many traders fail to make the grade. Our traders however have a big advantage over other traders, they are not trading their own money, they are trading ours. If they win, we share the profit with them, if they lose, it’s the company that takes the hit and not the trader.”
Online prop trading is a relatively new business model and Simon also cautioned traders to pick the firm they trade with carefully. “Beware of hidden rules in the contract, we keep our rules to an absolute minimum to protect our capital and for the business to be fair to the trader, not all prop funded trading firms do so.”
Funded Trading Plus is currently looking for many more traders like Eva and you can find out more about their funded prop trading programs at their website. https://fundedtradingplus.com
Eva’s story can be read here:https://www.fundedtradingplus.com/new-york-lawyer-swaps-litigation-for-prop-trading and an interview with her is published on YouTube here: YouTube Interview
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