LARAMIE, Wyo. – Scott Tafel started his business of selling computers he made to traders in the financial industry 11 years ago with one employee and grew it to 25 before he realized that maybe less really is more. After a six-year stint in the Navy and 21 years in the nuclear power plant industry he and his wife moved to Wyoming due to her allergies, which were debilitating for her. Since Laramie sits at a good elevation and has a lack of farming around it and Tafel doesn’t mind Wyoming winters, it was a good pick for both of them.
While working in the power industry, Tafel said, a person could move their 401K account daily if they wanted to, so he played with his account, moving stocks here and there, learning a thing or two about the trading business while making money. After retirement and a move to Laramie, Tafel kept trading stocks but found it boring, so he taught himself to make a better mouse trap in the form of a faster, more reliable computer for traders which... Read More