Hey Trader. Tim Here.
I envy you.
Trading is a lonely business … but it doesn’t have to be.
When I was learning how to trade it was a trial and error gauntlet I ran by myself.
If I wanted to talk to my friends, I had to dial them on my trusty Nokia.
Yet nothing beats trading as a team.
And there’s one method that sits above all others — LIVE TRADING!
Why do you think I run mentorship programs instead of exclusively trading for a living?
It’s the same reason I LOVE meeting with students, answering their questions, and helping them achieve their lifelong goals.
In my opinion, nothing gets you there faster than good old-fashioned hands-on live event trading.
Why would I make this claim?
We designed our events to maximize your educational experience.
We’re talking about:
- Networking with other like-minded traders
- Intense study sessions that cover important strategies and concepts as well as how to implement them
- Live trading, in-person, that you can’t get anywhere else
Now you might be skeptical that learning crammed into a two day window really packs that much of a punch.
That’s totally understandable.
Many of you probably attended ones in the past that didn’t deliver on their promises.
Or, you don’t see how this benefits you.
Give me five minutes of your time and I promise you that I can convince you by the end of this post.
The Power of Networking
I’m proud to say that I have over 20 millionaire students, including Roland Wolf, who I mentored over the years.
Without exception, every single one of them has taught me something new.
Working solo will only get you so far.
When we expand our minds to incorporate ideas from other traders, we learn new concepts and ideas that help us improve.
Here’s a great example.
Roland Wolf is one of my student success stories.
Over the years, I got to know him better.
Last year, we put together this YouTube video talking about patterns in sector momentum.
Intuitively, I knew what he was talking about. But as we sat there recording this segment, I realized I hadn’t been applying it correctly.
And it’s not like I hadn’t heard Roland talk about this before. But, when we discussed the content for the video, it forced me to take a step back and realize I neglected this crucial concept in my trading at the time.
That’s the POWER of networking.
It’s about helping one another fill the gaps, swap ideas, and create a sense of community.
Because when the chips are down, a trading community is invaluable.
Back in the day, I lost nearly half a million dollars at one point because I didn’t know what I was doing.
And it sucked … hard.
Luckily, I had friends and family I could lean on to help me recover from the loss.
Everyone needs that. No one will understand you better than a fellow trader.
Plus, you get a chance to help them. And I promise you, that can improve your trading just as much.
Most of all, it makes the journey better.
One of my all-time favorite sessions was live-trading in Dubai with my top students.
This is what I want for every one of my students!
We All Learn Differently
Schools used to break us into three types of learning styles: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic.
Most of us dip our toes into a few categories.
A live trading event is the ONLY time that you get all three.
Don’t get me wrong, showing a live trade in a streamed webinar is a wonderful way to learn.
But in person, you get a chance to listen to other people ask questions, chat with one another, and really delve into the concepts and trades.
I’ve found that hands-on learning (kinesthetic) is the best way to learn no matter where your strengths lie.
Plus, you can follow up and dig deeper into concepts you struggle with.
Because there is nothing more frustrating than asking a question only to find the answer creates even more questions.
It happens to everyone. Myself included.
With two full days, you’ll have plenty of time to explore those concepts with your fellow traders and presenters.
Don’t Miss Your Chance
I promise you won’t find any other event like this out there.
This is your chance to learn from the top traders in the country in person.
We only have limited seating, so I encourage you to sign up now to reserve your spot.