What’s Up With the Next Gen of Traders?

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

The old way to learn the trading ropes – via open outcry pits – is nearly nonexistent. So where is the next generation of traders going to come from? What is going to attract interest and enable these newbies to enter the markets?

In this compilation video from FIA Expo, Cboe Global Markets Chairman of the Board and CEO Ed Tilly, YCharts President and CEO Sean Brown, and CQG Senior Vice President of Client Relations Pat Kenny discuss what is going to help attract fresh talent to the trading industry.

 

Produced by Mike Forrester

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