Without observing order flow (real buyers and sellers) you’re trading with only half the picture. You may as well be gambling.
Break the cycle of trading losses and frustration by learning the right trading techniques.
The G7FX education brings you immediate access to the same instituional education as the world's top traders.
As far as I know, I am the only institutionally-trained trading educator who can prove with 100% independently-verified stats that I do this for a living.
If that wasn't enough, I also have a 10 year+ record of trading institutionally. I began by working at Barclays, one of the largest investment banks in the world, then went on to work with some of the most profitable proprietary trading firms. I have spent the last 4-5 years trading full-time from my home office.
I noticed how poor the trading education is in the retail sector, and I feel strongly that I should offer those that are serious about making a career in trading a high-quality alternative - namely, the exact same training I received at two globally-renowned firms.
Absolutely not. Virtually every student I have began with very little trading experience. Most had never even heard of the institutional approaches I teach; this is confirmed by many in the multiple 5-star independent Trustpilot reviews G7FX has received.
The courses are split into Foundation and Pro because they cover every aspect of trading, starting with the fundamentals. Even if you have zero prior knowledge, you will be able to understand my lessons easily. Sometimes it's better to approach this with a clean slate!
Not at all. In a typical day, I trade about two hours in the morning and two hours in the afternoon - but it's not by any means necessary to trade both sessions. Two hours a day is plenty!
What is important is to be able to check the markets now and again during the period you choose to be active. That doesn't mean staring at the market going up and down. Watch it just enough so you can check on your positions in that period. The rest of the time I highly suggest you spend doing other things, be it your main job or even spending time on other things you enjoy. This will keep you fresh for the next day or next session you decide to trade.
You can do the training anytime you wish 7 days a week and from any location in the world. The course is provided on a world leading education platform (Thinkific) which is totally independent of my site. You have your own private area with a username and password and can access the material 24/7 fully optimised on a desktop/laptop or mobile phone very easily. This means you can watch the material at any time you want and as many times as you need. Totally unlimited. In fact I actively encourage it.
Everyone is different but I would suggest about 1-2 hours a day spent training is plenty. There is a lot of information to absorb, albeit in a very digestible format, so take it easy and work at a slow pace. No rush.
As you will note from my 5-star independent Trustpilot feedback I provide some of the best continuing support/customer service in any industry, let alone trading, all for free.
You can reach out at anytime for your questions to be answered related to the course and help will be provided, no matter how small the question.
Finally I have dedicated Members Only support to make sure you get help when you need it if you have any technical issues. All provided free of charge.
I trade 3 markets, The S&P 500, Crude Oil and the Pound. It is a broad spectrum covering London and New York trading hours, however I suggest you stick to one or two instruments maximum around what suits you, your lifestyle and your working hours or otherwise.
As forex has very little observable volume/transparency I do highly suggest you trade only markets with observable volume (S&P 500/Crude Oil or similar) whilst you are learning. Professional trading firms operate their training in the exact same way for good reason and it will massively benefit you to do it the same way in the long run.
No - the opposite, in fact! I am very strict that when you start this professional course, you treat it as a business and empty your broker account (if you have one). The only money you should be trading with throughout the entire course should be simulated. Don't pay for your broker's holidays!
No institutional firm would ever let you use real money until they can be sure you're able to trade profitably.
I take the same approach. Before you start trading in real markets, I want you to develop your skills to the point you know you can succeed with little money spent. That's how any business should be run.
When trading the S&P 500 and Crude Oil, I very much swing trade the markets, taking larger moves than I do in FX. In FX, I can tend to be more nimble. This is because the observable volume is extremely sparse in FX. I highly recommend all my students learn to swing trade in orderly markets where institutional investors are predominantly active, such as the S&P 500, Crude Oil, or similar.
This is in line with the practices of all professional trading firms, and will be a much more relaxed way for you to trade. It will allow you to take a sizeable part of moves.
Once training is finished, intraday swing trading also allows you to easily fit trading around other commitments.
Strictly no. No educator or service provider should ever be affiliated with, or earning any commission from, a broker when you trade with them. This sort of behaviour from retail educators really gets under my skin - where is the independence and incentive to act in your best interest?
I have ZERO relationship with any broker you are free to use anyone you wish, including any retail broker you are already set up with.
The trading education industry is full of unqualified trading educators who don’t trade for a living or at the very least show any Verified/Audited Trading Records with a reputable broker to support their credibility.
It's shocking that people are happy to learn from others who show absolutely no evidence they do this for a living and then are surprised when they fail.
G7FX is different. I spent over a year building a 100% Independently Verified Audited Track Record that you can access just Click Here.
MyFXBook is the Gold Standard when it comes to performance auditing and I used IC Markets, one of the biggest brokers in the world to ensure integrity. Finally ALL statistics are fully on display including open orders, open positions and full trading history. You will NOT find that from any other educator in the world.
Please be sure to read the Risk Disclosure first and also note that the trading records are specific to me ONLY. They have taken many years of hard work to achieve and are in no way representative of what you can achieve. Past performance is also not indicative of future results.
This is NOT a get rich quick career. Whilst your journey can be much shorter than mine by taking the G7FX programme, it will still take a lot of hard work and your results can of course be very different to mine.
However, the point is this should give you great confidence that when I say something in the education I actually know what I am talking about!
Of course! My team or I are always happy to speak to any potential student. Please send us an email at email@example.com so we can schedule a call outside of trading hours!