Earlier today we introduced you to child prodigy Christopher Davis. He was the subject of a profile in the latest issue of Trader Monthly, which mainly focused on the fact that he's only fourteen and started trading at the tender age of eleven. And that got us wondering--would perhaps Tim Sykes, thrust into the spotlight by the same magazine, which praised him for getting his start at the age of 18, and then went on to brutally rebuff Bar Mitzvah Boy, be threatened by the new kid on the block? Apparently he isn't, but he is worried that the newfound fame might having a damning effect. Sayeth Sykes:
"I think everyone should start this young, I just hope 'Trader Daily' just doesn't warp this kid's sense of values...as you know editor-in-thief Randy Lane is all about spending all the $ made from trading, preferably on his sponsors' products..."