Almost exactly one year after Neuventure on Wall Street announced their name change to TRADEway they announced another round of big changes. A couple weeks ago Katie Huber, David Mitchells daughter, explained these changes on a video that was sent out in an email and put on their Facebook page. First TRADEway will be offering their second (formerly known as Flight School), third and fourth steps online. This will also have breakout sessions and quizzes. Second, the online study groups will use a new platform called Zoom. Third, TRADEway wants to make connecting easier by starting a TRADEway community where traders can interact and the final change is the addition of Friday coaching.
Without these changes I think TRADEway would have struggled to maintain competitive in a very competitive trading education sector. Most trading education companies offer their content online and TRADEway was one of the very few who didn’t. This kept them from recruiting many students outside the markets they held events in, severely limiting growth. Even some who lived within those markets had trouble taking off work and attending a 2 day live event and then those who did often struggled to retain all that was packed into those events. Being online will open the door for people all over the country and world to learn from TRADEway.
TRADEway students for years have been trying to find a way to connect with other students for trade ideas, encouragement, venting and to find out what is working for others and until now that has been so hard. It’s about time TRADEway is creating a way for students to connect. Until now I think some students were even becoming suspicious as to why it was so hard to connect especially when other trade education companies make it so easy.
And now for the big finale, Insider students can now get trade coaching 100% of the trading day instead of 80%. Sounds like a no brainer but this has taken years and years to get and I know so many students will be happy with the change.
I am impressed with many of the long overdue changes and I think they will insure further success for the TRADEway.