Sandy Jadeja - Trading Course Singapore

spinola

Established member
Are you guys all have something against Sandy Jadeja here? if you guys do trade should know that even the best trading strategies offered to the wrong traders will result in losses - its to do with personal psychology rather than strategies themselves!

What do you want to buy ?

I'm not a Vendor, but in the spirit of it, I could (hypothetically speaking) find you the stuff you want to know, for the right price.


And don't get me wrong, the more muppets, the better, isn't it ? Ideally we want panicked traders, confused, unsure of what they are doing, not aware of their behaviour when trading so they can make more mistakes and lose as much money as possible.

That is the perfect trader to take the other side of the trade, n'est-ce pas ?


I mean, it's all good ! Natures selection process in action. And isn't that a nice little challenge for everyone .


Let's roll.....


(y)
 

bwge

Junior member
To be honest 90% of so caled Trading mentors DO NOT make money from trading!
They are LOSERS, else they would not be running around selling their systems!
90% of them dont have ba*/'la to stand up and trade LIVE.

This is an OPEN CHALLENGE to Mr Jadeja and all the So called Gurus to TRADE LIVE with real money
But NONE would do this.

I asked Mr Jadeja for a mentorship and I was quoted a fee of £6500 for 12 months
I agreed, and said that can you provide me with :
> signals
> Your REAL account statements

He said he cannot, due to "tax" reasons!

Trading is only 5% strategy and 95% pschology
 

bwge

Junior member
The following system works 80% of time!!!!
It is simple - you dont need Jadeja and pay thousands to all these crooks
1. 30 Min chart
2. Break of trendline
3. wait for 61.8% fib retracement
4. Pull the trigger when the prices starts to retrace, with a 20 pip stop and 100 pip target with 10 pip trailing stop

My results in a Demo account - 500% gain in 3 months
My Results in a Real money account +6% over 3 months

In demo I had no fear
in real I had Fear

simple

If only i could get someone to code this into an EA, then would be so easy, it takes psychology out
 

Techlord

Junior member
Sandy Jadeja's OWN Private Tweets don't work

Hi
I am really sorry about your experience. I personally tested a couple Sandy's techniques (I don't know his techniques he taught in paid workshop in Singapore) on spreadsheet over 2 years data and results are net profit - minimum 1000 -2000 pips per year. This is in contrary to your experience.

I am not the only one who had attended his paid workshops.
Singapore is a small place and most of us know each other.

Consequently, it did not take us long to find out that his methods do NOT work.

We had all tried LIVE trading, that too by DIRECTLY following his suggestions via his Private Tweets ( which he sends to his Paid Students).
Following his EXACT levels and Entries/Exits via his tweets itself did not help !


What OTHER proof is required, that his methods themselves do not work, as we had followed his DIRECT suggestions ?
 

Techlord

Junior member
Even Sandy Jadeja advice caused losses

Are you guys all have something against Sandy Jadeja here? if you guys do trade should know that even the best trading strategies offered to the wrong traders will result in losses - its to do with personal psychology rather than strategies themselves!

@Pinksofa, as stated in my post just now, we had followed the actual tips from his Private Tweets, where he suggests where to buy and where to sell.
Using those EXACT points also does not help... They make HUGE losses.


Certainly, there is not very much personal psychology involved in copying his trades, right ?

Also, the small group of us who'd attended his paid sessions, met again a few times outside and tried out his strategies, after discussing it among ourselves, and also after clarifying the doubts in his online seminars, which he offers now and then to paid students.

ALL of the strategies/advices resulted in HUGE losses again.

We have absolutely nothing against Sandy !
 

Techlord

Junior member
Not all, I can prove this, if you are in London do welcome to Mr Bu Chedid's free seminar - portfolio manager of Bluecrest Capital - largest hedge fund in Europe, he made his way to his position by MAKING TONS OF MONEY - register you seat below:

http://londonchedid.eventbrite.co.uk/

He might be in Singapore next January:

http://chedidsingapore.eventbrite.co.uk/

@pinksofa:
This thread is about Sandy Jadeja, especially about what he taught in Singapore, both in the Free Seminars as well as the Paid Workshops.

Outlining especially the facts that he makes outlandish claims, teaches methods that don't work, gives signals that rarely work out right, and last but not the least, the fact that he accepts only cash without even issuing receipts.

Kindly do please open another thread if you want to talk about other instructors/traders.
Of course, I agree that not necessarily ALL instructors/traders are bad.
There are some VERY GOOD traders/instructors and I had been to their classes and improved my trading skills a LOT.
But I have discussed all this elsewhere.

It is good if Mr Bu does come to Singapore. But Singapore has a LOT of rules, and unless they somehow escape the eyes of the Law in Singapore ( like Sandy probably did, when he was taking fees without issuing receipts), Singapore Law does not allow traders to mislead the Public just like that !
 
Confirmation regarding Sandy Jadeja (Singapore Course)

Dear Friends,

I was wondering whether Mr Sandy would be conducting the workshop in Singapore on 30 Nov and 1 dec 2013, as he had promised earlier on this year, during his free seminars, and during a quick internet search, I chanced upon this thread. Then I decided to add my own experiences with Sandy, for the benefit of all traders who maybe thinking of attending his Paid Workshops.

Just a quick introduction.
I am a Senior Medical Doctor (Consultant Physician) and a Professor who teaches medical graduates and post-graduate doctors.
Generally I work most of the time in Singapore but I also travel to the US and the UK as we have branches of my hospital in those places.

I had started trading around 10 years ago, which I did mostly at nights when after getting back from work.
I had also attended a lot of Trading Workshops in these last 10 years, most of them from notable trainers, both in the US and UK, and sometimes in Singapore.

The reason I am writing this is, because, in his seminars in Singapore, I see a lot of elderly RETIREES, who sometimes put their entire or most of their life savings into trades, hearing his words and believing that they can really make a lot of money. I cannot say that they are greedy either. They just want to get an income, as they are now retired. They also do not belong to our generation and hence are quite innocent in the sense that they believe whatever they hear.

The Singapore government had introduced a CKA (Client Knowledge Assessment), which is basically a test to ensure that those who trade know what exactly they are getting into, to protect the interests of its people, and this test has to be taken freshly EVERY YEAR by the same traders.
Therefore it makes me feel bad to see them fooled by people like Sandy who do not tell the real facts to the people, especially the grim hard facts about trading, though the govt and others try their best to protect the people, especially the elderly investors who are not very savvy.

I am using my real name, as I have nothing to hide. All are my real experiences with Sandy.
Anyone who wants to verify can PM me or post on this thread and I will try to get back to them asap.

But I will entertain only genuine candidates who are not afraid to give their real names and contacts, since I am also giving my real details, after all.
I had attended Sandy's Free Seminars, along with my colleagues and my friends, both in Oct 2013 and also around May 2013 and Dec 2012.

ALL the points made by the poster Techlord are true.

I had wanted to join his Paid Workshop in June 2013.
First he kept on saying that his classes were full, and then, the night before his workshop, he rang me up and said that I could join his workshop , but that I would have to pay the FULL amount in CASH and that there would be no receipt.
I declined at that time since I was not able to schedule my hospital duties at such a short notice.

As a PERSON, I am sorry to say that I am extremely disappointed with Mr Sandy Jadeja.
He never gives any importance to the other person's time. He broke not one but THREE appointments with me, at a short notice of less than ten minutes, every time. That too after I had travelled ONE HOUR and was nearly at his place !
He just would say that CNBC called him and go off ! This was in Singapore in Oct 2013. I have all the text messages with me which I can show as proof.
At that time, my secretary called up the CNBC office to confirm and we found out that he was BLUFFING ! CNBC never called him ! They also said that they wouldn't call him in Singapore to go to their office at such short notice !
I had got the doubt, since he was in Singapore in Oct 2013, why the CNBC would call him to their office at 10 minutes' notice ( I can understand that this can maybe happen in the UK since it is his base) !
I found out that Sandy uses the CNBC as a shield, and uses the reason that CNBC called him, very loosely, just to boost his own importance, when in fact , when our checking up with the CNBC folks showed otherwise !

CNBC guys, maybe you want to talk to him, as even during the Singapore Free Seminars, he keeps using using language, that makes him look as if he is an indispensible part of the CNBC. That may or may not be true but certainly, I feel that he should focus more on HIMSELF and HIS skills rather than hide behind CNBC ! This may also portray CNBC in an unfavourable light...

More of the confirmatory facts that I want to share, from Techlord's initial post:

He did email me and ask that he wants the Workshop Fees as CASH .Later he told on phone that credit cards or paypal can't be accepted and that there would be no receipts issued.
I have the email .
He NEVER answers calls, though he claims otherwise in the Free Seminars.

When I finally got through to him on his mobile after 3 days, in Oct 2013, then this was what he CLEARLY said :

- Even ONE phone call OR ONE email per MONTH is too much for him and that he would NOT answer them, even we if took his PAID workshop.

- That even DURING the Paid Workshop, he does NOT like if anyone asks questions. This surprised me, as I had read in the forums that he encourages questions in his workshop. Was shocked that he would charge $3800 just for people to sit quietly in his classes and go !

- Most importantly, he CLEARLY said that one would NOT be able to make the huge amounts of money, that he promised during his seminars, unless they were willing to sit for 24 hours in front of their computers! When I asked him whether in that case, he had LIED during the free seminars, he had nothing to say.

- He also asked if I had material from the OTHER WORKSHOPS from OTHER TRAINERS that I had attended earlier, and that he would want to read it, if I could bring it to his office.

- He also clearly said that he doesn't like to teach engineers or doctors since they think and ask questions. He specifically said that in his earlier paid workshop, an engineer was asking lots of questions and that he did not like it!
He just wants people who come, pay the money, nod their heads and go, never to be heard of again.

In Singapore, most of the phone call records are kept by the service providers. Also, since we had spoken on my Corporate Phone, for Quality Control purposes, my Corporate Hosp records all the calls. Thus, probably all the above mentioned items would be available, in case Law Enforcement requires them, and if he challenges my statements !

In his free seminars, I can attest to the fact that he DID indeed announce that he would be able to predict the movements of the Euro based on the pattern of solar flare activity, and that he would sell the information for $1295. Am not very sure, but I believe that the Law Enforcement would not like such claims to be made in Singapore, and that it could be labelled as possible CHEATING of people.
Those who actually tried (at least 10 of my friends) reported no big accuracy from it, and that it led to losses for them. I had not tried it personally so I can't comment further.

All in all, I rarely see people make such tall claims that they can teach people to make huge amounts of money with trading, in Singapore, and GET AWAY WITH IT!
Especially when he wants all the fees in CASH ! And doesn't issue receipts !

Meanwhile, I hope that the people would make an informed decision, after reading this thread.
 

NVP

Legendary member
interesting comments here about Sandy and many thanks for the openess and honesty from members on this thread .......

I dont know the guy but have seen him at Certain Expos.....

the thing we do try here to impress on everyone at T2W is that people must walk their own path in learning how to trade and not to be fooled by the many many people selling systems and promises and dreams .......

the only Trading Holy grail is inside each of us as individuals ......it will be found by diligent practice , research , learning and years of experience gained in honing ones own skills and view of the markets......

sure you may need help over those years from mentors and programmers and other traders .....but this need not be too expensive ...and if it is you will be more aware by then of what you seek for the money spent .and get Value for money

good wishes to all on their trading journeys ......and a hint ......the journey never ends .....

N
 

jasontan

Newbie
As a new member I came to look for information to help me become a better trader here and instead found lots of negative remarks about people, courses, trading etc.

I am a student who had attended sandy jadeja's course in Singapore and my viewpoint is the opposite for what has been said here.

Firstly it is common practise in singapore to complain. And as a local Singaporean I am sad to say that we all find any reason to complain about anything and this goes for my friends as well as myself at times.

The fact is when I signed up for the course he did accept credit card payments as there we clearly a credit card facility there. Some people asked if they could pay cash or cheque and the staff said they could but they preferred card payments. (So this is completely the opposite of what has been posted).

Also Receipts were issued. On the day of the workshop there were 2 members of staff who were handing out receipts once you signed in. So again it is untrue that receipts were not given. I asked the person who paid cash if he received a receipt and he said he did - on the day of the workshop. When I asked sandy jadeja in person about cash payments at a recent event he held he told me that credit card payments are preferred and if it is last minute then it would be cheque or cash as they use a provided for card payments hence the reason for this as they do not have a credit card terminal on the day of the course but only when he is promoting a workshop.

As for cnbc, he has never claimed he works for them except that he is occasionally a guest on the show. In his seminars he clearly shows that he has shown specific types of analysis on there as any trader would.

I have contacted him several times via email and he does respond and I agree it is not on the same day but he has answered all of my questions to my satisfaction. And he was tweeting when he worked for a broker which he clearly stated that he does not tweet anymore but does provide alerts on when the market has changed trend. I have received this but as the market has been bullish I am waiting to receive the bearish alert.

Yes I have lost a few trades and won a few trades but I have made the cost of my course back as I held onto my long positions on the dow jones which worked out according to the rules he has taught. 3 other class members i keep in touch with also said positive things about him and said that it was clear on the workshop that losses do occur and he never stated that you would make millions. His course teaches how to have tight stop losses and so there are students who have not stuck with the method. I personally use the longer term swings and this suits me and my lifestyle. I do not use the intraday methods as I do not have the time.

I do know some of the other classes taught in singapore make outrageous claims but sandy's course is not one of them and as a trainer he is very approachable and helpful.

And I can state that there are trainers here in singapore who send their own staff to other trainers courses to get the course material and then copy this and at the same time sabotage the trainer. This is a fact and very common here.

To summarize my personal experience and of my friends has been positive and one should make their own decisions as to why they want to learn with a trainer and more importantly take responsibility for their own actions.

Putting other people down is very nasty and finding faults is easy. As a trader I hope to learn more here and from others who are likeminded traders. My personal aim is to learn and improve as I get older and I am prepared for mistakes and losses and I will attend other classes. Having done 4 other courses so far, the sandy jadeja free classes and paid has been the one that has worked and suited me so far. I would also say that there are good books out there but I prefer to have a tutor rather than a book to learn from.

Hope we can all do better in supporting each other to win as the game is tough already.

thanks.

JT
 

NVP

Legendary member
So ...the guy (does or doesnt) gives receipts and you win or lose a bit ...

sounds well worth the money ......

see my other post ....walk your own path and stop paying people money to make the decisions for you

good luck

N
 
Sandy Jadeja's Claims regarding CNBC

@Jason Tan:

I would like to thank you for your feedback and contribution of your experiences to this thread.
While we are happy that you had positive experiences with Mr Sandy, there are quite a few who did not have the same experiences as you.
We are focussing on only FACTS and OBJECTIVE details regarding our experiences with Mr Sandy in Singapore, so that others who want to know of his course would be in a better position to decide.

Also. I am not sure if you are aware..

ALL trainers intending to teach forex or other trading techniques to the general public have to submit ALL their teaching material and clearly explain to the MAS (Monetary Authority Singapore) what all they are intending to say during either their FREE Seminars AND/OR the PAID workshops, so that innocent public do not get false impressions regarding the possible losses that they maybe going to make in the course of their trades !

This was what I was told, at any rate, and I think it is true.Correct me if I am wrong.
Not sure if Mr Sandy had done done the submission to the MAS.

Especially regarding the points that he intends to teach people how to use the pattern of Solar Flares and predict the movement of the Euro , thus making $1000-3000 in the process.
I understand that traders who made similar claims in the past had received Written Warnings from the MAS ! And told to rerain from making such claims in the future.
This is again what I was told, but this can certainly be confirmed with the MAS , if it is not illegal to make claims that one would teach how to make lots of money using the solar flare patterns!

There were a LOT of retirees in the audience during the Free Seminars, who have little knowledge of trading and ar eeasily taken in by the claims of huge amounts of money that one can make. I hope that at least after reading these posts, they ll think twice.. Before making their own decision.

Firstly it is common practise in singapore to complain. And as a local Singaporean I am sad to say that we all find any reason to complain about anything and this goes for my friends as well as myself at times.

I am firstly not a Singaporean but an US Permanent Resident who practises both in the US and in also in London, UK as per the requirements of my hospital branches. I was staying in Singapore on contract for the last several months and must say that I not only like Singapore a lot, but also that I beg to disagree that Singaporeans complain a lot ! In fact I find that people from certain other countries are ready to sue at the drop of a hat !

I am not only busy most of the time with my clinical work, saving lives, but also have administrative and teaching responsibilities as I am also a Professor of Medicine teaching would-be doctors.
Normally, thus, I would refrain from indulging in posts of this kind, but my engineering and other friends pointed out that unless I post the evidence that I have, it could possibly be a question mark on my integrity itself, which is why I had decided to upload SOME of the screenshots of the text messages from my mobile phone.

I address your other statement shown below:

As for cnbc, he has never claimed he works for them except that he is occasionally a guest on the show. In his seminars he clearly shows that he has shown specific types of analysis on there as any trader would.

I am uploading screenshots from my mobile.The first shot (Photo1) shows date as 16 Oct 2013, the day for when I was given an appointment to meet him, which he emailed a day prior to me.
This was in Singapore and he claimed in it that he was called by the CNBC.
Second message (photo2) also shows it clearly.
As stated in my earlier post, a quick call to CNBC by my secretary showed that he had NO interview scheduled at that time !

Third screenshot(photo 3 ) shows that he did not accept calls at 245 as promised earlier.
Till 20 Oct 2013, he neither responded to calls nor to emails !
That too after giving appointments to me !

This shows clearly how much he cares about others' time.
Not sure if had attended his free seminar at Cuppage Plaza on 5 Oct 2013 (9 to 5 pm), but during the seminar he had clearly given us the impression that he is repeatedly called to cbnc to give interviews and talks. I do not know whether he really works for them, however...

By the way, if anyone has any questions regarding the authencity of the text messages, then either contact Mr Sandy directly to verify, or with the permission of the Admins, I would consider putting up screenshots with his mobile number (btw, he had given his mobile number publicly to all during his free seminars).

The fact is when I signed up for the course he did accept credit card payments as there we clearly a credit card facility there. Some people asked if they could pay cash or cheque and the staff said they could but they preferred card payments. (So this is completely the opposite of what has been posted).

This could be YOUR experience. I have an email where he CLEARLY states that cash will only be taken ( or maximum, a local cheque, though he later told on phone that ONLY cash would be taken).
This is certainly not "last minute" ... there is quite a lot of time between 16th of October 2013 and 1st of December 2013 ( the date when he was going to take the Workshop).
He had CLEARLY told me that NO credit cards would be accepted !
It is possible, from what you say, that he would ask for cash from only some students, or maybe, that now he has changed his ways and is accepting credit cards .

Also Receipts were issued. On the day of the workshop there were 2 members of staff who were handing out receipts once you signed in. So again it is untrue that receipts were not given...

I did not attend his PAID workshop, so I cannot say anything about receipts regarding MY experience. However, some of my other friends who did attend his workshops earlier told me that he declined credit cards as well as that he did not issue receipts.

Please note that as far as the law is concerned, ONE single instance of wrong-doing is enough to get into trouble. One maybe giving receipts to a hundred people, but if he/she declines them to even ONE person, that is still wrong !
I have the email where he asks me to get the $3800 in CASH, but I would , at least at this point of time, refrain from posting it online, as my intention is NOT to cause Mr Sandy any serious trouble.

Photo no 4 which I had uploaded, shows my text msg where, after it, he finally rang me, and was extremely rude, as stated in my earlier post.

I have contacted him several times via email and he does respond and I agree it is not on the same day but he has answered all of my questions to my satisfaction. And he was tweeting when he worked for a broker which he clearly stated that he does not tweet anymore but does provide alerts on when the market has changed trend.

That maybe your experience, but in the last phone call that he'd made to me, at that time, he told me clearly that even ONE email a MONTH was too much for him and that I couldn't expect him to answer it.

I do know some of the other classes taught in singapore make outrageous claims but sandy's course is not one of them and as a trainer he is very approachable and helpful.
Sorry but my experiences TOTALLY differ, though I regret to say so...

And I can state that there are trainers here in singapore who send their own staff to other trainers courses to get the course material and then copy this and at the same time sabotage the trainer. This is a fact and very common here.
I certainly am not a trainer nor am affiliated to them and I can be approached at my office if required !

Putting other people down is very nasty and finding faults is easy.

Certainly not our aim to do so. But to let people know objectively of our experiences with him.

His course teaches how to have tight stop losses and so there are students who have not stuck with the method.

The so-called "tight stops" made my friends lose a LOT of money, to the tune of a few thousands.Of course in the last few weeks, when the Dow etc are on a strong upswing, there is no need for Sandy to tell one to buy and hold one's positions , and a lot of my friends who did buy and hold , made a lot of money !

Finally, I would like to end this by saying that it is NOT my aim to put Mr Sandy in trouble or show him in a bad light...Which is why I have not bothered to upload either the email that he'd sent or the other evidences, like the phone call.

Certainly, at the very least, I think that Mr Sandy has absolutely no right to be rude, like he was to me, on 20 Oct 2013, on the phone.
And I hope that even if he cannot muster the courage to post an apology, that at least seeing all these posts, he would turn over into a better person and stop making all the outrageous claims regarding the money that he can help people make !
 

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@Jason Tan:

I would like to thank you for your feedback and contribution of your experiences to this thread.
While we are happy that you had positive experiences with Mr Sandy, there are quite a few who did not have the same experiences as you.
We are focussing on only FACTS and OBJECTIVE details regarding our experiences with Mr Sandy in Singapore, so that others who want to know of his course would be in a better position to decide.

Also. I am not sure if you are aware..

ALL trainers intending to teach forex or other trading techniques to the general public have to submit ALL their teaching material and clearly explain to the MAS (Monetary Authority Singapore) what all they are intending to say during either their FREE Seminars AND/OR the PAID workshops, so that innocent public do not get false impressions regarding the possible losses that they maybe going to make in the course of their trades !

This was what I was told, at any rate, and I think it is true.Correct me if I am wrong.
Not sure if Mr Sandy had done done the submission to the MAS.

Especially regarding the points that he intends to teach people how to use the pattern of Solar Flares and predict the movement of the Euro , thus making $1000-3000 in the process.
I understand that traders who made similar claims in the past had received Written Warnings from the MAS ! And told to rerain from making such claims in the future.
This is again what I was told, but this can certainly be confirmed with the MAS , if it is not illegal to make claims that one would teach how to make lots of money using the solar flare patterns!

There were a LOT of retirees in the audience during the Free Seminars, who have little knowledge of trading and ar eeasily taken in by the claims of huge amounts of money that one can make. I hope that at least after reading these posts, they ll think twice.. Before making their own decision.



I am firstly not a Singaporean but an US Permanent Resident who practises both in the US and in also in London, UK as per the requirements of my hospital branches. I was staying in Singapore on contract for the last several months and must say that I not only like Singapore a lot, but also that I beg to disagree that Singaporeans complain a lot ! In fact I find that people from certain other countries are ready to sue at the drop of a hat !

I am not only busy most of the time with my clinical work, saving lives, but also have administrative and teaching responsibilities as I am also a Professor of Medicine teaching would-be doctors.
Normally, thus, I would refrain from indulging in posts of this kind, but my engineering and other friends pointed out that unless I post the evidence that I have, it could possibly be a question mark on my integrity itself, which is why I had decided to upload SOME of the screenshots of the text messages from my mobile phone.

I address your other statement shown below:



I am uploading screenshots from my mobile.The first shot (Photo1) shows date as 16 Oct 2013, the day for when I was given an appointment to meet him, which he emailed a day prior to me.
This was in Singapore and he claimed in it that he was called by the CNBC.
Second message (photo2) also shows it clearly.
As stated in my earlier post, a quick call to CNBC by my secretary showed that he had NO interview scheduled at that time !

Third screenshot(photo 3 ) shows that he did not accept calls at 245 as promised earlier.
Till 20 Oct 2013, he neither responded to calls nor to emails !
That too after giving appointments to me !

This shows clearly how much he cares about others' time.
Not sure if had attended his free seminar at Cuppage Plaza on 5 Oct 2013 (9 to 5 pm), but during the seminar he had clearly given us the impression that he is repeatedly called to cbnc to give interviews and talks. I do not know whether he really works for them, however...

By the way, if anyone has any questions regarding the authencity of the text messages, then either contact Mr Sandy directly to verify, or with the permission of the Admins, I would consider putting up screenshots with his mobile number (btw, he had given his mobile number publicly to all during his free seminars).



This could be YOUR experience. I have an email where he CLEARLY states that cash will only be taken ( or maximum, a local cheque, though he later told on phone that ONLY cash would be taken).
This is certainly not "last minute" ... there is quite a lot of time between 16th of October 2013 and 1st of December 2013 ( the date when he was going to take the Workshop).
He had CLEARLY told me that NO credit cards would be accepted !
It is possible, from what you say, that he would ask for cash from only some students, or maybe, that now he has changed his ways and is accepting credit cards .



I did not attend his PAID workshop, so I cannot say anything about receipts regarding MY experience. However, some of my other friends who did attend his workshops earlier told me that he declined credit cards as well as that he did not issue receipts.

Please note that as far as the law is concerned, ONE single instance of wrong-doing is enough to get into trouble. One maybe giving receipts to a hundred people, but if he/she declines them to even ONE person, that is still wrong !
I have the email where he asks me to get the $3800 in CASH, but I would , at least at this point of time, refrain from posting it online, as my intention is NOT to cause Mr Sandy any serious trouble.

Photo no 4 which I had uploaded, shows my text msg where, after it, he finally rang me, and was extremely rude, as stated in my earlier post.



That maybe your experience, but in the last phone call that he'd made to me, at that time, he told me clearly that even ONE email a MONTH was too much for him and that I couldn't expect him to answer it.


Sorry but my experiences TOTALLY differ, though I regret to say so...


I certainly am not a trainer nor am affiliated to them and I can be approached at my office if required !



Certainly not our aim to do so. But to let people know objectively of our experiences with him.



The so-called "tight stops" made my friends lose a LOT of money, to the tune of a few thousands.Of course in the last few weeks, when the Dow etc are on a strong upswing, there is no need for Sandy to tell one to buy and hold one's positions , and a lot of my friends who did buy and hold , made a lot of money !

Finally, I would like to end this by saying that it is NOT my aim to put Mr Sandy in trouble or show him in a bad light...Which is why I have not bothered to upload either the email that he'd sent or the other evidences, like the phone call.

Certainly, at the very least, I think that Mr Sandy has absolutely no right to be rude, like he was to me, on 20 Oct 2013, on the phone.
And I hope that even if he cannot muster the courage to post an apology, that at least seeing all these posts, he would turn over into a better person and stop making all the outrageous claims regarding the money that he can help people make !

Hi Dr P

On the subject of trading it seems otherwise very intelligent people seem to lose all rationality and the need to do due diligence. When you were training to become a doctor did you check that the people who taught you were suitably qualified and experienced to do so?

I am not having a pop, far from it. I just find it amazing that otherwise intelligent people are willing to hand over large sums of money without completing any due diligence.

I have no idea if this Jadeja guy is a ripping people off or not, all I can say is that there are countless examples of people scamming others in the 'learn to trade industry'.

G/L
 

neil

Legendary member
Kin ell

Hi Dr P

On the subject of trading it seems otherwise very intelligent people seem to lose all rationality and the need to do due diligence. When you were training to become a doctor did you check that the people who taught you were suitably qualified and experienced to do so?

I am not having a pop, far from it. I just find it amazing that otherwise intelligent people are willing to hand over large sums of money without completing any due diligence.

I have no idea if this Jadeja guy is a ripping people off or not, all I can say is that there are countless examples of people scamming others in the 'learn to trade industry'.

G/L

Someone states they are a Doctor or Chaos theory expert ! How do you know that they are what they say they are ?
Putting a title in front of your name is one way of hooking the stupid and gullible out there.
Something to think about.

J. Ester
Professor of trading grail studies
 
Someone states they are a Doctor or Chaos theory expert ! How do you know that they are what they say they are ?
Putting a title in front of your name is one way of hooking the stupid and gullible out there.
Something to think about.

It is immaterial that a title is necessary for someone to tell the TRUTH.
I have posted the SCREENSHOTS from my phone.

I think now I may consider posting a screen of the email message that Mr Sandy had sent me, asking me to get the amount of $3800 in cash !
I also think maybe I should consider letting the MAS in Singapore kow, instead of replying to people like you , neil...

For the record, I am available in Singapore in case you or anyone, especially from Law Enforcement wants to contact me, at my Clinic. Let me know, using your REAL IDENTITY, should you want the proofs and I would let you know. There is no need for me to hide behind fake names and degrees !
 

Techlord

Junior member
@Neil:

You are welcome to post YOUR EXPERIENCES, if any regarding Mr Sandy, if possible, with evidence.
Kindly help keep my thread on track.

If you are unable to contribute quality material to this thread, please open a thread of your own to say whatever you want to say.

In this thread, we are only enumerating facts that were witnessed by hundreds of Singaporeans during Mr Sandy's Free Seminars where he claimed to help people make lots of money with very little capital, using even the Solar Flares to predict the Euro's movements etc !

If you can't contribute facts, please at least have the decency to stay away from this thread.

I appreciate our good doctor who was able to provide evidence regarding the CNBC matter with the screenshots of his mobile.

If you have anything similar (good or bad) regarding Mr Sandy's workshops to contribute, then please do so.
Regardless of whether he is a doctor or not, he was able to provide evidence, while at the same time being nice enough not to post harmful material like the email, online. The fact that you are affected by our good doctor's post and screenshots speaks volumes, that truth indeed hurts !

Thank you.
 
This thread is about Sandy's Claims

Hi Dr P
On the subject of trading it seems otherwise very intelligent people seem to lose all rationality and the need to do due diligence. When you were training to become a doctor did you check that the people who taught you were suitably qualified and experienced to do so?

@cablemonster:
This thread is not about ME...
Or regarding my profession. It just so happens that I am a doctor.. Thats all.

In any case, when we are in training, there is no way for us to refuse our teachers/professors once the Teaching Hospital/Institute takes them in !

It is only from FEEDBACK that one knows about their efficiency (or the lack thereof).

All I am doing is just giving my feedback.

Please note that I had not actually attended his paid workshop, if you had gone through the post above carefully...
 

neil

Legendary member
@Neil:

You are welcome to post YOUR EXPERIENCES, if any regarding Mr Sandy, if possible, with evidence.
Kindly help keep my thread on track.

If you are unable to contribute quality material to this thread, please open a thread of your own to say whatever you want to say.

In this thread, we are only enumerating facts that were witnessed by hundreds of Singaporeans during Mr Sandy's Free Seminars where he claimed to help people make lots of money with very little capital, using even the Solar Flares to predict the Euro's movements etc !

Solar Flares to predict currency movements eh:whistling

If you can't contribute facts, please at least have the decency to stay away from this thread.

I love it here -more lultz than you can shake a stick at:LOL:

I appreciate our good doctor who was able to provide evidence regarding the CNBC matter with the screenshots of his mobile.

Erm- did you read your original post :rolleyes:

If you have anything similar (good or bad) regarding Mr Sandy's workshops to contribute, then please do so.

You have already done so - bad review that is

Regardless of whether he is a doctor or not,
But truthfulness is important n'est pas ?
he was able to provide evidence, while at the same time being nice enough not to post harmful material like the email, online. The fact that you are affected by our good doctor's post and screenshots speaks volumes, that truth indeed hurts !

How is the truth that his course is of no use (as pointed out in your earlier posts at the beginning of your thread (post 1 et seq.) supposed to hurt me ?
I have never paid for a course and, thanks to membership of this site and others, have learnt to trade successfully, albeit it took several years.
However, if I had been an unsuccessful trader then I might have considered selling trading courses or trading signals
:cool:

Thank you.

Facts: (You wrote the indicated post shown in the below link)

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/t2w-announcements/180170-sandy-jadeja-trading-course-singapore.html

Extracts:
usually don't post reviews, but due to requests from several of my friends in Singapore, I had decided to give an honest account of my experiences with Mr Sandy Jadeja.
This is also on the behalf of several of his earlier students, who are my friends, who were disappointed with the course , but either were too busy or couldn't be bothered to post online about their experiences.

However, when questions (which are not exactly in his favour) are asked either during the seminars or during the workshop, he just cleverly evades them, either by saying that he would take questions at the end or that he would answer it shortly. He never does answer, however.

- He constantly keeps saying that he does many interviews with the CNBC and the Press and tries to make himself look very important. Some of us, in a bid to satisfy our curiosity, contacted the CNBC folks, and were told that all those presentations or interviews he had given were in the past. Way back in the past, and that most of them were not by invitation by CNBC or other Press but on request by Sandy, that they take his interview

He does not answer emails or phone calls. Especially, his Singapore mobile number that he gives during his seminars and classes here is never reachable. He always claims to be in an important Press meet and thus excuses himself.

Many of his trading strategies are taken from the book "High Probability Trading Strategies" by Robert Miner, and "Fibonacci Applications and Strategies for Traders" by Robert Fisher. There are a few strategies taken from forexfactory.com


There you are Techie - the bad review of the course was from your own keypad - and you hinted that his stratagies come from others such as Robert Miner (see above).

I've lost interest now:sleep:

We need more Mods;)
 

neil

Legendary member
@cablemonster:
This thread is not about ME...
Or regarding my profession. It just so happens that I am a doctor.. Thats all.

In any case, when we are in training, there is no way for us to refuse our teachers/professors once the Teaching Hospital/Institute takes them in !

It is only from FEEDBACK that one knows about their efficiency (or the lack thereof).

All I am doing is just giving my feedback.

Please note that I had not actually attended his paid workshop, if you had gone through the post above carefully...

Dr. P
My posts are NOT aimed at you !
But are comments on Sandy and Techies seemingly about turn in attitude to him. But I may be wrong since Techies post is difficult to decipher.
 

Techlord

Junior member
Techlord, do you know Dr P Joseph ?

@Trader333:
Yes, he is quite well known in Singapore and had seen him a few times when he was attending trading seminars on weekends.I don't know him very personally though.

@neil:
Many of his trading strategies are taken from the book "High Probability Trading Strategies" by Robert Miner, and "Fibonacci Applications and Strategies for Traders" by Robert Fisher. There are a few strategies taken from forexfactory.com

There you are Techie - the bad review of the course was from your own keypad - and you hinted that his stratagies come from others such as Robert Miner (see above).

GOOD strategies when implemented POORLY give bad results... That was why I had lost a lost of money following his strategies. Though the strategies were taken from good books, they were taught badly and at that time I did not know better.
 
 
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