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Matt Thomas

Founder of, Creator of the Trading Success Framework Course & Trading Paradigm Skool Community, and Intraday Futures Trader Using Auction Market Theory & Profiling (Volume & Market Profile).


  • John A says:

    Thanks a lot for your review about penny pro. Really I don’t know much about trading stocks online but I think I like the ideal of it. What you don’t know you don’t know. Learning how to trade stock online can change lives. I am sincere considering getting and subscribing to this trading. I am from Africa, what is the process of cashing out funds if envetually one get train and start making money trading stocks? Please revert.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi John. Penny Pro is an educational stock trading service, often referred to as a “newsletter”. You’re essentially paying for the education, community, and trade ideas when it comes to a service like this. In order to actually trade stocks, a separate brokerage account is required through TradeKing, E-Trade, Scottrade, Robinhood, Interactive Brokers, or some other broker of choice. All deposits or withdrawals would be done through the brokerage account, much like a standard checking account at a bank. Hope that helps answer your question – take care!

  • Neil says:

    Hi – I found this article really interesting. I have been interested in learning how to trade for a while but have always been cautious entering the markets. Having the video training alongside a mentor to take you through the process is really appealing. In such a tough market it’s great to have someone to guide you.

    Thanks for sharing, I’ll definitly check this out.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Neil. I’m a fan of Penny Pro Elite because of the full transparency and educational experience it provides. Live trading with an expert and learning his methods that have worked for 15+ years is extremely valuable. The last thing you want to do is be a “copycat trader” that blindly follows alerts hoping for big gains without being educated – that’s dangerous to do and usually can’t be sustained over time (especially with fast-paced methods like day and swing trading). The best path anyone can take when they enter the markets is to learn as much as they can, educate themselves, and implement a consistent strategy not based on hope, but knowledge and skills.

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