Has anyone else been to a Lee Sandford Course

tradesisters

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Went on a course with Lee Sandford a few weeks ago and it was not very good.

I felt like the whole course was selling his indicators. This is my first trading course and i defiantly feel it was a mistake.

It felt like a cross between tony robins and a sales pitch. It was all hype.

Someone asked a question and Lee Sandford was always answering "brilliant question" even though it wasn't a good question, I think he preys on making your feel great rather than teaching you anything, I also heard a few of the students complaining at lunch and Lee was no where to be seen, a few success coaches were there but Lee was gone at lunch (probably to avoid all the bad questions).

So you get there, you get treated like royalty and you leave feeling great, then you suddenly realise you had learnt nothing and been upsold some indicators and recommended another course..

Trading College is not a college and has little to teach about trading, the course material seems like its copied from the web.

Is this normal at a trading course, what should i expect, i have no room for comparison but i defiantly think i got nothing out of the course, Lee says he has been a professional trader 18 years but i then find this to be a lie, there is even a post on here saying he didnt even trade the pits in chicargo, Lee says he was a pit trader in chicargo, it turns out he just went on a TTM course where he snapped a quick pick, it all seems like lies to take your money..

I wont be going back.
 

counter_violent

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Went on a course with Lee Sandford a few weeks ago and it was not very good.

I felt like the whole course was selling his indicators. This is my first trading course and i defiantly feel it was a mistake.

It felt like a cross between tony robins and a sales pitch. It was all hype.

Someone asked a question and Lee Sandford was always answering "brilliant question" even though it wasn't a good question, I think he preys on making your feel great rather than teaching you anything, I also heard a few of the students complaining at lunch and Lee was no where to be seen, a few success coaches were there but Lee was gone at lunch (probably to avoid all the bad questions).

So you get there, you get treated like royalty and you leave feeling great, then you suddenly realise you had learnt nothing and been upsold some indicators and recommended another course..

Trading College is not a college and has little to teach about trading, the course material seems like its copied from the web.

Is this normal at a trading course, what should i expect, i have no room for comparison but i defiantly think i got nothing out of the course, Lee says he has been a professional trader 18 years but i then find this to be a lie, there is even a post on here saying he didnt even trade the pits in chicargo, Lee says he was a pit trader in chicargo, it turns out he just went on a TTM course where he snapped a quick pick, it all seems like lies to take your money..

I wont be going back.
Why would a coach/ trainer go on someone elses course ?
 

pboyles

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Lee Sandford is a former footballer who retired in 2003 so it's an outright lie to say he's been a professional trader for 18 years never mind a pit trader in Chicago. He's just another guy that flogs get rich quick courses to the public using misleading marketing and, as you have just discovered, downright lies.

There was a lot of information about him here but it was deleted. You should be aware that all trading courses are a rip off, as is all the crap software they sell. Stay well clear of all of them, they're a bunch of chancers.
 
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NVP

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tradesisters ...do you offer a better course ?
 

tradesisters

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Hi

Sorry im not a coach or trainer just a wannabe trader, I must have pressed the down arrow when signing up on this forum, hmm , i wish i knew enough about trading to actually trade, let alone teach people to trade. LOL, but then again i dont think lee sandford knew enough to teach anyone.

Complete fail going to trading college.
 

counter_violent

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Hi

Sorry im not a coach or trainer just a wannabe trader, I must have pressed the down arrow when signing up on this forum, hmm , i wish i knew enough about trading to actually trade, let alone teach people to trade. LOL, but then again i dont think lee sandford knew enough to teach anyone.

Complete fail going to trading college.
OK that's cool, I see you managed to remove the vendor status.
 

SuddenDeath

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Hi

Sorry im not a coach or trainer just a wannabe trader, I must have pressed the down arrow when signing up on this forum, hmm , i wish i knew enough about trading to actually trade, let alone teach people to trade. LOL, but then again i dont think lee sandford knew enough to teach anyone.

Complete fail going to trading college.
hi have u heard of anton kreil, he runs a free seminar. will teach u how hedge funds trade
 

eighteen

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Feel sorry for you, there are lots of books on trading you can buy to help yourself learn, but trading seminars are usually a scam, even if they arent, you cant be taught how to react in trading to things, get a demo account and have a play about, in the army they do live firing exercises for this exact reason, how the hell do you know how your gonna react when your a few points offside?
you have to be able to whether the good and the bad and be able to react properly without emotion. trading courses cant teach you that, got to teach yourself unfotunately
 

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