Interactive Trader Reviews
Description Interactive Trader
Interactive Trader is a direct-to-consumer stock and options education and training company. We do not sell a business opportunity, “get rich quick” program or money-making system. We believe, with education, individuals can be better prepared to make investment decisions, but we do not guarantee success in investing. We do not make earnings claims, efforts claims, return on investment claims, or claims that our training will make you any money. All material is intellectual property and protected by copyright. Any duplication, reproduction, or distribution is strictly prohibited.
Our sophisticated set of tools has been developed to help you find the best available trading opportunities in the stock market on a daily basis.
Use our tools to help you evaluate stock picks, analyze company fundamentals, forecast market moves using technical analysis, locate valuable option trades including covered call opportunities.
Not only do our tools help you find these opportunities but they can also help you execute effective trading strategies at the right time to profit from market dynamics.
- Stock Market Ranking and Scoring System
- Market Sector/Industry Explore Heat Map
- Bullish, Bearish, and Stagnant Stock Research Scans
- Fundamental Evaluation Tools
- Technical Buy/Sell Signals
- Valuation/Projected Price Calculator
- Insiders/Institutions Money Flow
- Option Strategy Scans
While signing up the team member told me that the software is a lifetime access. I gave them a call today to find out I paid 7000 $ just for the courses. About the courses these are worse. they don't teach you much but fundamentals. online has tons of resources that goes in depth analysis. I feel like I am ripped off big time. Interactive trader is nothing but a big big scam for money grab.
I think this company could practice a better marketing strategy than trying to appeal with people's emotions and trying to brainwash them into using their enthusiasm to learn thru these "workshops". The workshops are essentially a facade in their sales pitch. And I truly feel sorry for people that would actually loan money with exorbitant interest rates with the hopes that what they will learn from the classes will help them pay up their loan.