Scott's talent, ambition, and dedication to trading made him one of the most successful traders of the past 20 years.  During the years from 2002 to 2005 he was responsible for trading on average,10% of the S&P e-mini futures volume. Scott now focuses on both equities and futures using the platform to drive his decisions.  He is an expert scalper and has an innate ability to quickly read order flow and volume within price patterns and to put himself and his students on a level playing field with the algorithms that dominate today's marketplace.

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After a successful career as one of the top show horse trainers in Italy, Nic was introduced to trading in 2007 and made it his new passion.  Nic has built a successful trading career trading Forex, options, futures (NQ and ES) and more recently Crytpo currencies. 


Nic and Scott met through a mutual trading acquaintance and immediately hit it off with a similar approach to order flow reading in their trading.  With the advent of the platform, they partnered in 2019 to help educate other traders on the use of real-time order flow to enhance all trading methodologies.

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