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.
“David has a delivery and presence that easily invites questions that encourage inquiry.”
Donn Foreman, June 2016
“An excellent instructor. It was obvious he knew the subject and was able to "peal the onion" for us in layers so we could understand. I was very impressed with his command of the knowledge and ability to integrate it for a diverse class experience.”
John Oneschak, March 2016
“David Fong was an excellent instructor, delivered all material very well, and was willing to explain and answer all questions. Gave us all the encouragement and also the appropriate level of caution. He deserves the highest score!”
Jaro Bucko, February 2016
“David Fong was a great instructor with a vast knowledge of not only trading and the platforms, but of computers. He showed all of his work in great detail and helped the whole class.”
Taylor Campbell, February 2016
“David was very detailed and made sure the class was following. He answered all questions and ensured the student participation. I feel very comfortable with the materials and have taken another step.”
James McVay, February 2016
“Very pleased with our class instructor, David Fong. He answered all questions, was patient and presented the materials clearly. Thank you, David.”
Brian Suhner, December 2015
“David is warm, personable and friendly. Therefore, allowing for a student to open up to and absorb as much information as possible within the allotted time. David also kept the pace moving freely.”
Kristine O'Connell, November 2015