A trader usually has a background in economics (Economics, Administration, Accounting) with knowledge not only in finance, but also in mathematics and statistics. In banks and funds, salaries tend to be high compared to other professions, for “bonus” that they charge at the end of the year according to what they have earned for the entity. The bonus can be several times the fixed salary. The race is usually quite short (few people are over 40), but with the crisis of 2008-2012, this fact has a tendency to change. One of the justifications for high salaries and bonuses is the stress generated by the market, and the responsibility due to the amount of money that is sometimes managed by a single person (investments of tens of millions). A trader operates in markets in the short term and aspires to have a rapid return but the search for money through short-term activities in financial markets is contrary to religious morality. A profession related to the trader is the broker or stockbroker, although the latter is limited to intermediate between buyers and sellers, taking a commission for each operation, while the trader buys and sells assets for himself looking for a profit in the difference between the price of the purchase and the subsequent sale or vice versa.

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