David Warner grew up a stone’s throw from New York’s financial district, and knew from an early age he wanted to become a trader. He started trading in 2004 and joined a stock trading club in college, leading to what he calls a “healthy obsession” with the financial markets.
David developed a focused and disciplined attitude in the Air Force, where he was not only the most awarded Airman on his base but also a trainer and educator. After leaving the service he became a broker at our partner FXCM, where he managed relationships with top-level clients and institutions. He joined us as an Education Counselor in 2013, and swiftly distinguished himself for his ability to match students’ needs with their learning opportunities.
All of David’s experience came into play when he became an Online Trading Academy instructor. He believes that wealth is a mindset that can be taught, along with the skills to think and trade like a bank and financial institution.
- Bachelors in Finance, McMurry University, first in class, winner of first ever University Business Excellence Award
- Staff Sergeant, Education and Training Manager, United States Air Force
- Institutional Broker, FXCM, winner of global “Top Broker” Award
- Education Counselor, Online Trading Academy
- Held NFA Series 3 and Series 34 Licenses
What Students Are Saying
“The overall experience was excellent. David was very methodological and concise in his discussion. He is patient and spends individual time with students to ensure that they understand the material.”
“David is awesome and I have learned a lot from him. He is a real successful trader. He really helped and wanted us to be successful. I really loved his class!!!”
“David has great energy and engages with students; that make for a very conducive learning environment. Two thumbs up and Five Star rating all the way!”
“David is a very knowledgeable and focused instructor. He is one of the most intense and engaged people I've met, as much as being a very passionate and intense young individual. I have also learned so much not only on the mechanics but the thought process of trading from him. I will try to emulate his trading techniques when I do my own trading. ”