Is it any better than the usual retail trader education out there? For example I think of someone being schooled in any profession. At first you do book learning mostly on your own, maybe study and trade ideas with classmates, ask the prof some questions at times. This is usually done in a classroom but can also be done remotely. That is akin to my retail trader education to this point. But after that you go on to the next stage where there is individualized teaching and training. Let's say you are going to be a surgeon. You'll be in the OR with an experienced doctor, watching him perform surgery and being able to ask questions throughout. Then eventually you start to do some things on your own under his/her supervision. There is a similar process in most other professions. Is there a next stage of education for traders?