Institutional Trader Lesson: “Get Ready When The Market Moves” – Show Notes
In episode 112 of the Desire To Trade Podcast, I interview William Fong, a multiple-market trader with an interesting institutional background. Based in Victoria (Australia), William came on the podcast to share a particular institutional trader lesson he learned in the past years.
William places a lot of emphasis on the importance of mastering fundamentals. In his opinion, it's what's provide traders a solid edge. As William points it out, there is no place for luck in trading. One can be lucky once or twice, but that's not what will cause success in trading.
Nevertheless, he acknowledges that traders have different styles and that what's most important is to find something you're good at.
More About William Fong
William Fong has over 10 years of macroeconomic, Asian/Australian credit experiences. He began at the ground floors of big companies and made his way up through years of experience.
Today he shares what it looks like to trade for big institutions and work for them.
William has accumulated knowledge on the following products: book runner and structurer on Fixed Income, Forex, Interest Rate & Credit Trading.
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“Don't rely on luck, do your homework, learn the fundamental things; just learn as much as you can, because one day you'll need it” – William Fong
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