Do-It-Yourself Isn’t Dead Yet
By Daniel McGinn
February 3, 2003

The Newsweek writer interviewed Robert Green for a long time. Green gave a positive spin on the professional trading industry and said “day trading” is not a great word to use anymore as it carries a negative connotation in the press. Green talked about professional and proprietary trading being done by at-home (or solo) traders, using all the modern tools available – in the same manner as their brethren at the Wall Street firms. Many of Green’s comments ended up in the story.

 

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