Online Trading Academy Wins Online Personal Wealth Award for Best Education Provider

Irvine, CA, June 1, 2017 - Online Trading Academy, a leader in investing and trading education, today announced it was recognized as “Best Education Provider” by the 2017 Online Personal Wealth Awards. The award, announced officially on May 28th, goes to an organization that displays innovation, great service and product range.

“This award truly reflects who we are to our students,” said Steve Albin, Vice President of Operations. “Our company is relentlessly committed to providing the best learning environment possible through blended learning, applied learning and lifelong learning, and we are both proud and inspired by this recognition.”

The Online Personal Wealth Awards, now in its fourth year, selects an elite group of recipients who offer great personal wealth services and products. Votes are cast by investors from a number of prestigious websites, including MoneyAM and Stockmarketwire that encourage quality and innovation within the financial services industry.

The full list of winners can be found online at: www.personalwealthawards.com

About Online Trading Academy

Online Trading Academy (OTA) helps students take control of their financial future. The patented Core Strategy empowers traders and investors to make smarter decisions. Students learn under the guidance of experienced traders in a hands-on classroom setting with extensive online education resources.

OTA has its roots in the largest trading floor in the Western US, founded in 1997. Independent traders needed training to be successful in their investments, and soon a teaching model was born. By 2001 trading had transitioned to the web and the organization became 100% devoted to education. From a single location in Irvine, CA, Online Trading Academy has expanded to 40 worldwide campuses, and over 250,000 people have experienced OTA workshops.

For more information, visit: www.tradingacademy.com.

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