Livetraders.com Review: Is Live Traders by Jared and Anmol Legit?

Today’s Live Traders review is a quick update of the previous post which appeared a year ago.

Of course the owners of LiveTraders.com (Jared Wesley and Anmol Singh) finally proved that their students are profitable and the service is worthwhile.

Currently, Live Traders is offering multiple trading products designed to help beginners and expert traders achieve success.

These include professional trading strategies, video tutorials, newsletters and a Trading chatroom.

The trading school is mainly focusing on Stocks and a little bit of Forex and Options trading too.

Because we invested a lot of time in keeping tabs with the progress of Live Traders, we now have an insightful review, letting you know whether Jared Wesley and Anmol Singh and truly looking forward to your training and success.

Note: Also, checkout our list of other recommended trading products here.

Live Traders Review

The website of this vendor (Livetraders.com) was launched in 2015 with a focus on building a thriving community of traders who can share ideas.

For this reason, the vendor launched a chatroom for traders, and is insisting that participants are guaranteed honesty and transparency.

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They post live trade, profits and losses. They’re letting students know that LiveTraders.com is run by real traders and not actors.

Their priority is to call real trades before they trigger, and of course each one of these trades will be accompanied by explanations for education purposes.

In short, LiveTraders.com is promising to be as transparent with their service as possible.

The 2021 Mega Bundle and Other bonuses

Right now many trading educators are providing some sort of a bonus, and LiveTraders is not left behind either.

The Mega Bundle is a massive sale, and the aim of these trading educators is to give you access to a mentor that knows how to profit consistently!

The founders of Live Traders feel that traders making new year resolutions to become better trader will always fail.

They feel that taking stabs blindly on stocks, losing money and moving to the next losing strategy is not the way to go.

The Mega Bundle consists of the following items:

1.LiveTraders flagship course………………..$2,497

2.Trading Plan Essentials…………$97-$147

3.Swing Trading Newsletter and Chatroom access………………1 month free

4.Trading with an edge………..$97

5.Tracking spreadsheet and more valued at $100

The vendor provides this bundle for a one-time cost of $1,897.

Is a subscription for Live Traders chatroom worth it?

The Live Traders Chat Room (LTCR) is designed to speed up learning, and there’s even a statement that says the vendor treats trading like a business.

Live Traders - Live Trading Room

The trading education provider is currently offering 2 trading rooms.

They include a Forex Trading room and a stock trading room.

Access to the company’s Forex trading room costs $97 while their stock trading room costs $147 per month.

This is the industry average for most chatroom subscriptions, so we can’t say it’s a costly affair.

Furthermore, the sales page promises that just one good trade can help you recover the cost of your lifetime subscription.

This lifetime subscription costs $4,497 by the way.

Also, if you want to learn Forex and Stock trading at the same time, Live Traders can give you access for just $197 per month.

They post 3-6 trades per day.

Again, this frequency is good enough considering that the maximum number of students in the chatroom is 1,000 members.

The company also feels that they are honest with their trading results.

They categorically state that LiveTraders.com will post every trade, every stop-out and every result to make their chatroom experience as transparent as possible.

Like every other chatroom, they encourage questions and generally all kinds of participation.

The trading room schedule is from Monday to Friday, 9am to 12pm EST.

What if you can’t afford LiveTraders.com Subscription?

Jared Wesley and Anmol Singh are offering a scholarship program called LiveTraders Legacy.

If you can’t meet the financial cost of this trading education, take a stab on this.

Qualifying students will receive up to $5,000 worth of proven training courses.

The application process is quick and straightforward. Students will fill out a short form with their details, trading experience and earning expectations.

They’ll receive a call from 800) 947-4027 to evaluate their suitability for the LiveTraders Legacy program.

If they qualify, Wesley and Anmol will allow the student to cherry-pick their trading strategies.

It’s a lengthy but worthwhile process, they say! However, the strategies will save time and money.

Who is Jared Wesley and Anmol Singh?

They are the founders of LiveTraders.com, but most importantly, they’re traders with Wall street background.

Occasionally, I bump into these traders on the internet. Most of them make these unverifiable claim just to generate sales.

However, in the last couple of months, I engaged both Jared and Anmol via a series of emails, and of course there were several background checks.

Instead of tacking their tails and snubbing my emails like fake trading educators do, I was surprised at how they responded to my ultimate litmus test where I requested to see a redacted broker statement.

This was served as a verifiable PDF document straight from the broker.

I indeed verified the trades, time stamps and of course the P&L declaration from the brokers.

Ultimate, my back and forth communication proved that Jared and Anmol and very honest, patient and above all, likeable.

Conclusion

The professional approach seen on the Live Traders website is really good for building trust and confidence on the service.

The customer support response times is remarkably impressive.

They provide chat, email and phone support.

Live Traders also has a product for every trader. They’re working with both swing and day traders.

In addition to this, I liked the lively trading rooms where everyone participated and feedback was useful.

And if we ever created a list of “the best trading rooms to join”, we would include Live Traders chatroom at the top.

Lastly, it is indeed true that the Founders of this trading school are real traders with live brokerage accounts.

Unless they stop trading in the future, I can attest to the fact that currently whatever strategy they’re using is consistently profitable, and they should keep it up.

It’s now up to you to decide whether you want to join LiveTraders or sign up for these other recommended trading products.

  • They are cheat. I have transferred 1$(according to one advertisement) but I have not got any response from them.i have tried to reach then through mail through chat but no use.

    • They are not, actually I joined no problem on the trial period, however during the time you wanted to join I remember the secretary had a big surgery, which they even said the emails piled, and they were replying as fast as possible.

      So far all the info have been excellent, this review seems to biased to be honest, but well what can you do, is the internet. I learned the hard way until I was able to find them, sadly took longer.

      Anyways, i will leave the video here which is the lastest one, which clearly speaks about the statements

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PUOcsmtBfA

  • They are not, actually I joined no problem on the trial period, however during the time you wanted to join I remember the secretary had a big surgery, which they even said the emails piled, and they were replying as fast as possible.

    So far all the info have been excellent, this review seems to biased to be honest, but well what can you do, is the internet. I learned the hard way until I was able to find them, sadly took longer.

    Anyways, i will leave the video here which is the lastest one, which clearly speaks about the statements

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PUOcsmtBfA

  • I tried to cancel the trial period multiple times but nobody would reply. Just another trading education scam company.

    • Jon just said Jared Wesley has low tolerance for “stupid” people. Most of these bogus trading education scams are run by impatient people who don’t tolerate questions from people who appear to understand their game.

  • While I’ve not signed up for their program, I’ve exchanged a few Emails with Jared and he was happy to answer questions. Yes, his Email also contained a copy/pasted portion of their marketing material, but he’d taken the time to address the concerns in my Email to him, and I appreciate him for that. He seems genuine, but you should realize that he’s also a businessman. If you’ve watched his videos, you’ll understand that, while he does want to share his knowledge, he has a low tolerance for stupid people. If you don’t understand his content, don’t expect him (or anyone) to hold your hand. Trading is not for everyone.

  • I signed up for the free trial but for some reason i didn’t get invitation email to join the free chat room. When they started charging my account for the monthly dues i emailed them and they cancel right away. I personally think from watching Jared’s videos that he is good ,real and straight forward at what he says. example he said you cannot be millionaire overnight , that banks hire people who have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars and year to get Phds in Financial management at the best Universities in the world to run the game and and for someone to think they will just wine with little to no education or capital is madness .He said even if you can it not with a $300 or $1000 or in short small account. ONE” Millionaire coach TIM S ” said he started with 13k. I will definitely invest with Jared next time i have money .

  • Live Traders is the real the deal. Jared and Anmol do teach a strategy to not loose your money. They do not claim a get rich quick. Many times they will tell you how hard the business of trading is. (hardest job you will ever do) Watch their YouTube channel, take the 30 day chat room trail and judge for yourself. Its entertaining and best of all educational.
    Thanks for reading,
    KG

  • I tried to cancel the trial period multiple times but nobody would reply. Just another trading education scam company.

  • I signed up for the free trial but for some reason i didn’t get invitation email to join the free chat room. When they started charging my account for the monthly dues i emailed them and they cancel right away. I personally think from watching Jared’s videos that he is good ,real and straight forward at what he says. example he said you cannot be millionaire overnight , that banks hire people who have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars and year to get Phds in Financial management at the best Universities in the world to run the game and and for someone to think they will just wine with little to no education or capital is madness .He said even if you can it not with a $300 or $1000 or in short small account. ONE” Millionaire coach TIM S ” said he started with 13k. I will definitely invest with Jared next time i have money .

  • While I’ve not signed up for their program, I’ve exchanged a few Emails with Jared and he was happy to answer questions. Yes, his Email also contained a copy/pasted portion of their marketing material, but he’d taken the time to address the concerns in my Email to him, and I appreciate him for that. He seems genuine, but you should realize that he’s also a businessman. If you’ve watched his videos, you’ll understand that, while he does want to share his knowledge, he has a low tolerance for stupid people. If you don’t understand his content, don’t expect him (or anyone) to hold your hand. Trading is not for everyone.

  • They are cheat. I have transferred 1$(according to one advertisement) but I have not got any response from them.i have tried to reach then through mail through chat but no use.

    • They are not, actually I joined no problem on the trial period, however during the time you wanted to join I remember the secretary had a big surgery, which they even said the emails piled, and they were replying as fast as possible.

      So far all the info have been excellent, this review seems to biased to be honest, but well what can you do, is the internet. I learned the hard way until I was able to find them, sadly took longer.

      Anyways, i will leave the video here which is the lastest one, which clearly speaks about the statements

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PUOcsmtBfA

      • He frequently discusses that trade, stating it is mostly impossible. He had already had about 8-10 years of expierence in wall street and had a prop account leveraged 300:1 which everyone knows is completely insane. This article has many false claims, for instance his alias is not Anmol thats his business partner. If you need proof of him check out his YT channel. A solid example video would be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSBoiey9R0Q

        • Whether or not his business partner is called Anmol is not the issue bro. Any “trading educator” rambling over pre-market recaps is definitely not a successful trader. We need to see his live entries in a live market. We need to see his equity and how many trades he has successfully executed in a month plus his draw down. We just don’t want someone rambling with the usual mumbo jumbo to give the impression that they’ve mastered the art of trading and are doing it for a living. We’re not this naive.

          • This is the problem, trading successfully requires being objective but that works both ways. You’re not going to get rich in 6 months, that’s obvious โ€” but that doesn’t mean that every educator who gives market recaps is a scam artist. Thinking so will lead to false conclusions, as no objective reasoning would support such a hypothesis. One example of this is Ross Cameron โ€” who not only gives market recaps but also live streams his entries and exits. You see his wins and losses and overall he is very successful. How do you account for his success while trading the market live if your theory about market recaps is true? So that’s just it, you, like so many others, are so adverse to scammers (because obviously scamming is a terrible thing) that you leave your objectivity at the door and assume every educator is doing just that โ€” scamming. In the end, your opinion that every educator giving market recaps is an unsuccessful trader is equally biased and false as the idea that you can get rich trading in 6 months.

  • Live Traders is the real the deal. Jared and Anmol do teach a strategy to not loose your money. They do not claim a get rich quick. Many times they will tell you how hard the business of trading is. (hardest job you will ever do) Watch their YouTube channel, take the 30 day chat room trail and judge for yourself. Its entertaining and best of all educational.
    Thanks for reading,
    KG

    • I don’t know for sure whether they are genuine and well meaning or outright scammers. But what I will say is this: anyone who is genuine is not going to present their on-line courses using the same kind of ‘Get Rich Quick’ junk mail style marketing prose that they do on Live Trading platform. The words JW uses on his YT channel are fine and all look legit’, but the action behind the online marketing of his company suggest something different. True class, with real useful knowledge, depends on quiet subtle approaches, word of mouth and networking. It doesn’t depend on Loud Advertising methods associated with junk mail and appealing to the masses. The point is this: they use words that suggest they know what they’re doing – they don’t like stupid, get rich quick mentalities – yet their marketing style suggests that is the sort of person who they are and do appeal to. Personally, I would only do the following: (a) visit the You Tube channels, by all means and learn what you can and test that against several other reputable traders to see if they say the same thing. (b) If you want to learn more in depth reliable knowledge, buy a book on the subject that is properly published by a reputable publisher NOT a self-published book. Being published by a proper costs fronting (faith in author) publishing company lends credibility to the author, whereas self publishing never does because barriers to entry and non-existent. It’s like comparing a top rate oncologist / surgeon trained from medical school with a self styled herbalist who claims they can cure cancer. You Tube is also the tele-visual equivalent of self publishing (even though some academics use it to convey content too – but these are normally published writers through academic publishers anyway, so they have nothing to lose because they’ve already got credibility from credible routes). Then, when you are satisfied you have useful content to inject into your trading, just practice for about a year or so on a dummy platform (or fake account) to test these theories through. When and if you start to understand how it works – assuming that it is possible to read price and volume to make gains and not more indices – then start with a small amount of money and go from there. My guess is, as a complete novice to this (is that it is not possible to just base trading on price and volume the way JW says). Why? Because the vast majority of shares are going to be bought and sold by mutual fund managers who are going to base their buying and selling decisions on long term decisions and basing that on other indices that JW wants you to ignore. He is not teaching you how to trade stocks, he is telling you how to guess psychology. Most buyers and sellers of stock are not going to put a trade on based on those two decisions if they are professional traders and investment managers. So predicting, based on psychology only will only work if the market is entirely populated by low rate, novice day trader wannabe speculators who they are aiming their content at, basing their decisions on emotional factors not business facts. That’s why many predictions will be wrong and why JW needs to sell courses to afford that swimming pool so conveniently in view in one of his videos. If it seems too good to be true, then it probably is. I expect JW makes most of his money from selling his courses and getting people to subscribe to his LT website chatroom, not from trading successfully. The subliminal message that comes across from the LT approach is not what his words seems to suggest: instead it suggests that once you can read the markets you can more than likely trade profitably most of the time – based on psychology. I would suggest that is probably true in about 10-20 per cent of trades you can put on and he can put on too. The best predictor of stock is the overall market trajectory, the solidness of the companies you invest in and patience. That means long and slow and small gains. Anything else is just gambling and trying to read the dice. Don’t let anyone tell you that if you roll a dice once and you land on a six you can’t tell what will happen, but if you roll a dice on a six, six times in a row you are more likely to land a six the next time. The odds are exactly the same for both. You have no idea how the dice will land if you roll one six or 600 sixes. The next for both could be a two.

  • They are not, actually I joined no problem on the trial period, however during the time you wanted to join I remember the secretary had a big surgery, which they even said the emails piled, and they were replying as fast as possible.

    So far all the info have been excellent, this review seems to biased to be honest, but well what can you do, is the internet. I learned the hard way until I was able to find them, sadly took longer.

    Anyways, i will leave the video here which is the lastest one, which clearly speaks about the statements

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PUOcsmtBfA

  • ::DISCLOSURE:: this is not a paid review

    From the forefront, LiveTraders may seem like another get rich quick scam like most online. After bouncing from one chatroom to another for 1yr+, these guys ARE THE REAL DEAL. Jared truly cares for his students and will NOT give false hopes + promises; PERIOD! Some may think he’s a bit of an @$* but if anything, he is more like that “tough coach” that doesn’t want ANYONE that tries this business out to make the same mistakes that he did. He was my “virtual mentor” for over a year and I didn’t pay him A DIME and he NEVER tried selling me into any of his courses. Yah, he may seem “salesey” from his YouTube vids but guys… THIS IS A BUSINESS! OF COURSE HE HAS TO “SELL”.. come on… if you had a business, wouldn’t you want to market it somehow?.. I tried his free trial chatroom AND swing news letter and canceled with NO ISSUES (I’m now signed up with their subscription). As long as you read the directions on how to cancel, you will be fine. I blew up 2 accounts from following all these online “furus” until I discovered Jared. Since then, I am now consistently growing my account and COMPREHEND price action + volume (no need for fancy indicators). If you’re copying trades and blame it on others for the losses, I suggest you go to Vegas instead (your money will last longer). This is a VERY TOUGH BUSINESS and the ones that THRIVES (not just survives) will need good education AND mentorship. Thank you, JARED!

  • From what I’ve read here, it seems obvious to me that whoever is running this site has no idea what objectivity is and appears to lack the basic skills to run a review site. Here’s why: The tone of the “Review” was negative and sarcastic right from the outset. There are clear and obvious factual errors early on. Example: Anmol Singh is actually a co-founder of LiveTrades and not the “alias” of his business partner and co-founder of LiveTraders Jared Wesley. This can be easily verified via independent sources, it took me less than a minute.
    So, great reviewing so far! (Spot the fact-based sarcasm?)
    You use terms such as; “obviously” and “clearly” without providing any evidence to back it up.
    Now, having said that, I think that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. But are LiveTraders making extraordinary claims? The are selling a product, that’s true. Some of it doesn’t come cheap, also true. Therefore, objective scrutiny is most definitely called for. Don’t start the review with the obvious assumption that it is all a scam.
    I signed up with LiveTraders for the 1$ introductory 1 month trial access to the live trading room. Notice I didn’t write “live”, as in the “Review”? Reason: it is “live”. If someone was claiming to trade live with a pre-recorded video, it would very quickly become obvious to everyone following it on the NYSE live screener. In the chat room, Jared and Anmol, repeatedly warn traders not to get carried away but to follow the strict instructions on trading (at least that’s what happened when I was there). I witnessed some chat room members being admonished by Jared after they had boasted of a big “win” on a trade that did not stick to the accepted plan and/or exposed the trader to excessive risk. They insist that no trade should be made without a stop-loss in place and that losses should be expected and accepted as part of the process. They don’t claim to get it right all the time, or anywhere near all the time. I’ve heard them say time and time again that you will not get rich quick but if you follow the plan, you will grow your account. The amount naturally depends on how much you have to trade in the first place. The courses they offer, are claimed to increase the chances of identifying a potential winning trade. They are not suggesting that huge amounts can be made in a single trade. From what I can see, their methodology would seem to ensure that is not possible, even if the market moves hugely in the direction you trade. Trades are “bracketed” at the outset and what the market does after the trade has either “stopped out” or “taken profit” is apparently irrelevant. This is a very refreshing and apparently realistic approach to trading. Minimizing risk and taking small but frequent profits to slowly make money.
    As yet, I haven’t signed up for any of the paid for services and have not felt under any obligation to do so. I don’t necessarily like or dislike Jared or Anmol but then again, I don’t know them. What I do feel, based of what I’ve seen and what is verifiable, is that they are sincere and have useful knowledge to pass on. Anyone is entitled to earn from their acquired knowledge. Following the daily trades in the chat room is proof that they know what they are talking about to at least some extent. You can’t fake placing winning trades in a live stock exchange. The losing ones are there for all to see too. The only thing we don’t know, is how much money they are trading with (although it’s fairly transparent and simple to work out) however, that’s irrelevant because the principle works no matter how many shares you buy. That’s why they always talk in terms of “Risk & Reward” when referring to their strategies.
    I was moved to write this, I hesitate to use the word “defense”, of LiveTraders.com (Also, while I think of it. Just because they took the opportunity to buy the domain “Livetraders.com” and ditch the less prestigious .net version, means absolutely nothing. Yet, you suggested it was an obvious sign of a scam.) because I thought your review was unfair and lacked objectivity. After every post in defense of Livetraders, “Vince”, who I suspect is a robot, chips in with a comment that this message is “obviously” from a Livetraders marketer because the account only has one post. There’s a reason for that. I found this sorry example of a review site, whilst searching for a review of Livetraders. Odd that! I wasn’t searching because I suspected they were scammers but because scammers do exist. I wanted to know, as far as I could, who I am dealing with (this is the internet after all) because I might be risking a lot of my own money based on their “advice”. Your inept “Review” struck me as being so biased, unfair and lacking in basic facts, that I felt compelled to put the other side of the story. Your comments seem based on little more than supposition and I feel that I have done far more than you to find the facts about LiveTraders. I am not a Livetraders marketer nor a real customer, other than the 1$ I paid for a month of free live trading observation. The truth is, I don’t know exactly what to think about them, but all the evidence I’ve seen certainly doesn’t make me think there is anything fishy going on. One thing I can say with certainty, is that I am not a fan of “topedgefx.com”, therefore, after I post this comment my account will likely lay dormant and this will be my only post. Prompting “Vince the robot” to claim that I’m a Livetrader marketer and beware of my comments. Well, Vince, go ahead, make my day!

  • Don’t know anything more about Jared than that since I started watching his YouTube videos I have become a profitable trader. Even if he is a so called scammer, and I end up paying him $2000 for his course, what I have gained knowledge wise will last me a life time and potentially make me way more than the $2000.

  • I have been reading these reviews and from other sites as well. I am considering who to use for training. The Live Traders videos on you tube seem to be pretty good and the daily stock twit that they put out seems pretty realistic. Having said that the training is pretty expensive so that makes me want to be very careful. My question; several contributors on this review have said the good comments are obviously fake/placed by LiveTraders people. What do you base that on? What proof do you have? This is a serious question as I certainly don’t want to waste any money if you are in fact correct. Thank you.

    • I am a subscriber to their swing trading newsletter and I can vouch for them on that level. AND so you understand who the people writing this negativity are they refused to publish my reply to them where I point out, among other things, these folks have an amazing amount of FREE information out there on youtube and if you are in the market and are a technical trader you can SEE with your own eyes that what they teach makes sense. At the end of the day do a trial and see for yourself.

  • I started with the youtube videos. I am absolutely new to day trading. I also joined the swing trade news letter. It has not been a stellar few weeks but if you followed their approach you would have made money. It appears to me the market is a bit weird. The markets all dropped right after I started looking at being a trader. (You’re welcome). They only charged me the initial $1 but I expect the first monthly charge will show up shortly. I am only betting small amounts at this time but my first trades will cover the cost of the newsletter.

    I was a bit surprised by the initial flood of emails pushing to buy the courses but that’s marketing. You have to get people while they still are interested. They dropped off after about a week or so. I will most likely sign up for the course but want to get a better base of understanding. Watching their youtube video’s they tended to push offerings in some of the older videos but the latest video’s hardly mention the course or other offerings.

    Before Vince accuses me of being from Live Trades you can go look at stocktwits. If you look for olliehopnoodle and ‘all posts’ you’ll see I am not from Live Trades.

  • There are people who could listen to Einstein explain his Theory of Relativity, and then claim he’s some mumbo-jumbo clown because they didn’t understand a word he said. Jared Wesley never makes “get rich quick” claims. On the contrary. He preaches specifically and ardently against even thinking you can, let alone trying to do so. He is 100% straight forward about the challenges of trading stocks. Anyone who has sincerely participated in trading knows you can make big money quickly, and you can lose big money quickly. Jared Wesley is more about protecting your money and becoming a consistently successful trader to build and to grow. Trading is a real thing. People do make money trading. Unfortunately, most lose money, primarily because they fail to implement the necessary tools. As one poster accurately stated, trading is not for everyone.

    Be aware of the type of person who would say Nutrisystem is a scam when they don’t lose weight, while they eat pizza and Big Macs between their Nutrisystem meals. In other words, they don’t follow the system as intended, and then claim the system doesn’t work. That is the fault of the user, not the system.

  • I’ll start my comment by being open. I’m a paying customer of Live Traders. I found them on youtube. I’ve been following and watching their videos since March. I just recently decided to do the $1 trial and then decided to do the $147/month trade group when my trial was over. (Btw, when the $1 trail was over they automatically cancelled any reoccurring billing.)

    I have to say by this critique, this person was either lazy and did very little research or was intentionally trying to smear and discourage people from checking out Live Traders.

    First, Jared and Enmol are two different people, there is no “alias”. That is misinformation.

    Second, JARED CONTINUALLY STRESSES YOU WILL NOT GET RICH OVERNIGHT BY DAY TRADING. He repeatedly says it will take you years to get good. He continually stresses day trading is probably one the hardest things you will do in your life. He stresses this is a business and you need to treat it like a business. His teaching philosophy and approach is for traders to learn PROPERLY and not “gamble”.

    Since I’m being fair and honest, if there is anything that I can see people finding negative is Jared’s personality. He can come off as abrasive and he is harsh with his critiquing of bad trading and bad traders. I can see that being a turnoff or rub some people the wrong way. Jared has been talking about politics lately in the trade room which probably does rub some people the wrong way and he will lash out at people making what he thinks are stupid comments. I can see someone who had their feeling hurt having a personal vendetta. Whatever. Doesn’t bother me. Ultimately, it’s not a reflection of the service they provide.

    Again, I’m new to Live Traders. I decided to go with them because I was at a point I needed to really learn what I was doing. I really like Jared and Enmol. I generally trust them as, again, they stress you will not become rich overnight and they want you to learn proper trading. It’s been a couple of weeks with them – I’m doing good. I’ve lost more trades than I’ve won, but my average winner is bigger than my losers because I’m sticking to my trading plan, which is what they stress. I’m still up. I can honestly say learning from these guys and trading in the room, I’m the most optimistic and least stressed I’ve been in the 6 months I’ve been trading.

    Anyway, I wanted to give an honest and fair review especially when the person that wrote this is being completely dishonest. You check them out on youtube and decide for yourself. You try the service and decide for yourself.