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New Happenings at Learn to Trade and Invest

I am happy to announce that the Day Trading Mentoring Program has become one of the most popular options in our lineup of e-mini training products. I have to admit I am probably the most surprised at this turn of events, though I think mentoring is one of the best ways to hone your trading skills and vastly improve your trading outcomes.

So far, I have been able to personally handle all the mentoring responsibilities, which has allowed me to get to know several of our traders personally. This aspect of my job has been most enjoyable, as the individuals I have worked with have progressed nicely in their trading styles and subsequent results. I take great pleasure in watching traders improve. It is also a real pleasure getting to know, at a personal level, the members of our trading community.

The program is relatively inexpensive compared to comparable programs of a similar nature. Most of the mentoring programs that I have seen advertised cost between $5,000 and $10,000. Personally, I think that is a phenomenal amount of money for a mentoring program. We are currently charging $1,200, which seems in line with what most beginning traders can afford.

Finally, we have received some wonderfully positive feedback from the individuals who have been involved in the mentoring program, and for me the kind words are very fulfilling and heartwarming. It’s great to hear that we are having a positive effect on people’s lives.


As you may have noticed in last night’s video, I am recommending using the Infinity Futures trading platform along with the Ensign charting software package. I have looked at a number of different combinations of both platforms and charting packages with an eye for the best feature set at an affordable price. After trading the last week with Infinity and Ensign I feel very comfortable in recommending these two products as both affordable and very capable of performing the functions that we require.

I think it’s important to know that I do not have a financial relationship with either firm, and chose these two programs based upon the merits of the product and no financial considerations. It is against most regulations for an educator to accept financial remuneration for product recommendations.

I highly recommend contacting Josh Alexander at Infinity, as he is probably one of the most helpful brokers I have come across. I have known Josh for several years and he has, without fail, always been most helpful and is willing to go the extra mile for his clients. With Ensign, I have found their technical support of the highest quality and they are one of the few charting companies that provide telephone-based technical support.