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great practice session instructor – calm demeanor

Todd Davis – great practice session instructor – calm demeanor; gets around rapidly to help multiple individual requests; good tips on minor chart manipulations that can seem frustrating to us new students; spent significant time at end of session responding to various questions about trading, trade plan, progression toward goals of increasing trade activity to help progress in trading experience, and matching potential trade asset classes to my progress/development as a trader.

Ken Gilfort (Salt Lake City, UT)

about as hands on and personal with each and every student as one could be

When my son, who had taken the same class with Greg two weeks before, said, “You HAVE to take this class with Greg- you are gonna love him and the class.” That was an understatement.
This instructor, besides being exceptionally experienced in option trading, is about as hands on and personal with each and every student as one could be. That makes a difference to me and many others in the class who might have missed a point or a concept. He doesn’t leave it until you got it! This gentleman does not present information, he “teaches” it and is exceptionally entertaining and humorous as he does it. He missed his real calling- being a stand up comedian- just kidding, all in good fun, Greg. If you take his class, you will appreciate my last comment. He is sincerely worth the effort to change your schedule to be in his class when he is in your area.

Michael Cudipp (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

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