I have only seen the new posts only a couple of days ago. Finally got the chance to watch all the 5 parts.
I have learned a lot about the difference between investment banking and Edge funds.
I believe if not mistaken that out of the dozen of CV's sent only one was for an investment bank. The rest were for Edge funds.
One thing that puzzled me is that he seem to conclude that starting trading your own money is the best way.
I am not denying this. But he's doing this presentation to a crowd of students. As he mentioned in the first part, most of them would be in debts.
That's where he lost me. How would those students raise the capital to fund a decent trading account to start with?
Is the university setting just a prop to give his speech more credibility to a much bigger online audience?
I have previously watched Anton Kreil in Million Dollar traders which I found to be pretty good entertainment TV (from what I can remember) but I don't think I have learned anything from it.
He also never clearly mentioned the risk of trading your own money in the videos but emphasizes on the quality of his training.
Like many futures.io (formerly BMT) users I believe the education anyone would need is available here and there for free.
Again the videos are totally worth watching for the Edge fund vs Investment banking comparison point of view. So thanks again for sharing.
PS: Anton Kreil co star, Lex Van Dam, is also selling his own educational program.
Last edited by Christophe; September 18th, 2015 at 09:29 AM.