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.
“Very knowledgeable, personable and conveyed the material to a tee. Every question asked was answered with respect to that person; I wish he would teach other assets.”
Howard Edelstein, May 2016
“Greg was truly amazing. He's passionate about his profession and wants students to share his passion. He takes time to answer all your questions and it makes the whole learning process fun and at the same time very educational. Couldn't ask for a better instructor.”
Arvin Tan, April 2016
“Greg was excellent and did a great job of meeting the needs of both the beginner and advanced students. He was very engaging and showed a lot of enthusiasm. His background as a floor trader and market maker made Greg's class all the more interesting and engaging. Greg offered me advice and provided advanced concepts to the entire class, not covered in the book, that I believe will help to get my options trading to the next level.”
Rashawn Crayton, April 2016
“Greg Hadley has a great teaching strategy and is very simple to follow. I learn by repetition and found that Greg would go over and over certain topics until everyone had at least the basic understanding. Examples were good and his humour was very welcomed in a learning environment. Keep up the great work.”
Demetrakis Nicou, January 2016
“Greg is a fantastic instructor; he made the class interesting. The pace of the class was perfect and Greg was able to make the learning process fun and enjoyable. I would recommend to any student to take Greg's class.”
Chris Aros, December 2015