TM Global Capital LTD is a Bat Yam, Israel based prop trading firm. Our traders utilize the most sophisticated and state of the art tools and technology to trade on all major USA markets. Our management team is composed of traders and investors with dozens of years of experience. In order to achieve our corporate vision of maximizing our traders trading experience, all traders benefit from our flexible & competitive commission rates. TMGC offers commission plans charged “Per-Share” as well as “Per-Trade”. We pride ourselves in providing fast and reliable live assistance to all traders. Our dedicated risk management and support team are monitoring accounts on a second by second basis and are always available to offer the necessary guidance or advice. Our team can be reached via phone, E-mail or Skype. Advantages of Trading with TM Global Capital: *No Day Trading or Margin Restrictions *Trade marginable securities above $3 with 10:1 leverage *Choice of “Per-Share” or “Per-Trade” Commission Plans. *Pre & Post-Market Trading (7:00 am – 8:00 PM EST) *NASDAQ Platinum Certified Trading Platform – TM Trader Pro *Full-Time Risk Management & Live Trader Support *In Depth Account Detail via PropReports
Avi Gilburt is a lawyer and accountant by training. He formerly was a partner and National Director at a national firm.
Mr. Gilburt is also the Managing Member of Gilburt Financial Services, LLC, which provides:
- Financial market analysis to the public through ElliottWaveTrader.net;
- Elliott Wave market analysis to institutional clients;
- Specific stock analysis to retail clients; and
- Webinars and personal coaching on Elliott Wave analysis.
He is also the Managing Member of the of the consulting firm of Gilburt & Associates, LLC, which specializes in transaction structuring and tax services.
Tim Iacono is the founder of the investment website 'Iacono Research', a subscription service providing market commentary and investment advisory services specializing in natural resources.
He also writes a financial blog known as 'The Mess That Greenspan Made', a sometimes irreverent look at the many and varied after-effects of the Greenspan term at the Federal Reserve.
Use the links below to visit Tim's website/blog.