Bourbon Billyby Ted Fiolek available on

   Willie wasn’t a day-trader in the strictest sense. For one thing, Willie seldom got out of bed before 11:00 a.m. His evening shifts at Madison Ave usually began at five and the stock markets conveniently close at four. So, Willie was more of an afternoon-trader. Moreover, Willie didn’t trade regularly. Rather, he simply sat in front of his computer screen for hours at end clicking the refresh button to watch the direction of his stock. Thanks to margin, Willie was two hundred percent invested - all in

Willie the Day-Trader​