Looking for several traders to review a to-be-developed training curriculum aimed at newer traders. This focuses on many of the other things like risk, leverage (how much), money management, trading statisticis (Sharpe/Sortino, Profit Factor, Risk of Ruin, others), trade management, positive expectancy, diversification, selecting a broker, how to avoid being scammed, etc. etc. Things like TA, pricing action, fundamentals may be addressed, but only at a high level. This is not a "once you are done, you will have an edge" type course. You will not be trading other people's money. This is not a turtles or jellies or "Trading Places" or Prop Firm type experiment. Also, prefer newer rather than more experienced traders, as you may already know most of this stuff. If you are a student, I would consider working with your school for externship credit, if they don't make it complicated. Should plan to devote about 7 weeks (but only a few hours per week). It will not cost you anything, but you will need to assent to not disclose this curriculum (this is a proprietary rather than public domain exercise). Also note, this may not start right away - it depends on my time and possible responders. The materials will be created as we go. You would go through them, learn, point out gaps, weaknesses, or any other suggestions. Clarity, usability, over/underemphasis, etc. As there will be the standard cynical responses (such as myself), what I have said here is what I will repeat. Not hiding my identity and not planning to debate. This is an educational section, and I have been thinking about doing this for a while. Most "training" I have seen is way too simplistic, 900 pages long, $6,000 or similar. And generally, it does not really help a newbie much. Even traders with an edge manage to blow up for a variety of reasons. I am trying to cover some of "the other stuff" besides an edge.