4 Don’ts from a Trader Who Could Move the World's Largest Futures Market

Posted by TopstepTrader on January 09, 2018

You might think Tom Baldwin, investor and founder of the Baldwin Group Ltd, got lucky. In 1982, he left his job as a product manager for a meat-packing firm and leased a seat on the Chicago Board of Trade with just a $25,000 stake. Six years later, he was one of the largest individual traders of Treasury Bonds ($ZB), often trading as many as 20,000 contracts - $2 billion face value - in a single day. And he did this with absolutely no trading experience.

Sounds pretty lucky, right? But here’s the rub: traders have to make their own luck.

Read on for Baldwin’s four tips on how to do just that.

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Topics: Trading Basics, Trading Lessons, Market Wizards, Tom Baldwin

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