What makes a great teacher? At Online Trading Academy, reviews from our students suggest it's a combination of real world experience (most instructors are also traders themselves, and many have worked professionally as floor traders or brokers), an ability to communicate clearly, and a personal connection to their students.
Do Online Trading Academy instructors possess a mastery of trading and the markets? Are they open to questions, and making sure you understand the material? Do they make the classroom a win-win environment for all? Read these reviews to find out.
“Stephen Hanahoe was simply amazing. It's obvious that he truly cares about the students. He wants everyone to succeed and will push each and every person to reach his or her potential. I HIGHLY recommend attending ANY class Mr. Hanahoe instructs.”
Arthur Ross, April 2016
“Stephen Hanahoe is the ABSOLUTE BEST and most Knowledgeable instructor I have ever had. Stephen is the ONLY instructor who had me on the edge of my seat for the entire 5 days. He was very courteous to all students and made us ALL feel very comfortable, yet "pushed" us at the same time. Stephen's presentation made me feel that I had never been exposed to this subject material before... the presentation was SO different, understandable and terrific! I will definitely come back for a retake to glean more from him!”
Gary Glisson, April 2016
“Stephen Hanahoe is outstanding! He pushes students to move outside their comfort zone and this is where we become confident traders. Stephen is a credit to OTA. For all future courses I take, I'll be looking for Stephen as the instructor!”
Bettina Ryder, March 2016
“Stephen ROCKS! I honestly believe he is one of the best instructors in OTA. Great knowledge in all trading instruments, great presentation skills, cares about his student a lot, and he truly wants each and every one of us to succeed. He goes above and beyond to make sure we're on track of our goals and provides help along the way. He is truly the best of the best!”
Ben Lin, March 2016
“The instructor was great. His methodology was very good. He strongly emphasized the fact that the high quality of a trade is more important than the number of trades made.”
Robert Pickens, January 2016