Brock Pierce understands the importance of teamwork as a former college quarterback, and more recently as student support manager of Online Trading Academy in Dallas for over 2 years. He feels that everybody comes out a winner when students and instructors work together and traders share insights to achieve their mutual goals.
Although he is new to teaching, Brock has been trading since 2006 with futures his primary vehicle. He has completed the Professional Trader, XLT Stocks and Futures courses at Online Trading Academy, giving him an intimate knowledge of the opportunities waiting for his students.
Students who take classes with Brock can expect an enthusiastic mentor and an excellent listener. He is especially eager to help those new to self-directed investing and trading as they overcome first-time jitters and find their way to trading success.
- Bachelor’s degree, Business Marketing, Abilene Christian University
- Student Support Manager, Online Trading Academy
- Coordinates Elite Trader Meetings, Online Trading Academy Dallas
What Students Are Saying
“Brock's teaching style is well suited to the content being taught. He is 'laser point' clear on the steps to be followed and constantly shares insights behind the why.”
“I was super excited to see that Brock was going to be the instructor for Futures. I have truly enjoyed my time in this class and learning Futures. ”
“Brock uses examples and explanations that allowed me to clearly understand the information presented. He covers each and every topic in multiple ways and patiently answers questions thoroughly until you understand. One of the best trainers I have ever had the pleasure of learning from.”
“Brock was great. The 6 step process totally came together after I took his class.”
“Great work from Brock Pierce. Very patient with the progress of the students.”
Jean Michel Massias,
“Our instructor, Brock, was very detailed and very knowledgeable. This was very helpful for someone coming to learn about the markets for the first day. Questions were answered promptly, and he took time to help us individually.”