We have witnessed an incredible run over the last five years in the stock market. The returns have been completely off the charts for the investors. I have made money and in some cases fortunes in the stocks market. It seems today that most people are doing it themselves to discount the platforms.
We want to discuss the day traders experience both the pros and cons of getting involved. First and foremost, let’s not make assumptions. This is only an article with editorial content. It is not financial investment advice as we are not licensed to do so. This is research that we found. When looking at day traders and determining what their income is, and profitability, I’m going this route as opposed to the traditional methods.
Day trading involves short-term trades, never lasting more than one day. In an attempt to make a profit in the financial market, some traders are very active and make many trades every day. While others may enter or exit only one position per day. There are various platforms that will develop your skillset.
The average day trader makes $77,600 a year, but some of the senior or more experienced levels are between $100,000 and $135,000. If you would like to look into day trading, I certainly would suggest that you take some courses, do some research and make sure that you have a stomach for it, because while you could make a fortune you can also lose it all.