Forex Luminaries is a foreign exchange institution founded by a young and ambitious trader (Sipho Zindela) who recognised his calling within the foreign exchange at the age of 17.
The institution aims at elevating the foreign exchange industry by assisting others to become successful traders and ultimately creating financial freedom for the people.
Our state-of-the-art training programme enables anyone from any background to be able to learn the financial markets and how to trade them with the correct approach and skill set. It has been designed to accommodate people with/without trading experience.
Here’s a little story I wish to share. Once upon a time, all a person had to do was: go to school, get a job, work hard, and retire. Thereafter, the company you worked for took care of you with medical benefits for life.
Today, this a fairy tale.
However, in this more advanced world which we live in today, many parents still advise their children to “go to school and get a degree, so you can get a high-paying job with benefits”.
“To my surprise, many parents continue to preach this gospel to their kids, in spite of the fact that unemployment is high among young people, even those with degrees. I am not suggesting that children should drop out of school and that education is not important. Education is very important.”
The question is: What kind of education? Will your education prepare you for the future? Will your education put you in a position to acquire financial freedom?
This seminar is about financial education, which is not taught in schools. It’s about putting you on a path where you won’t need a job or government pension to feel secure.
It’s about getting to the top, rather than working for those at the top.
I am passionate about foreign exchange and have trained over 50 people this year alone in Ladysmith, Estcourt and Johannesburg.
Many people believe that foreign exchange is a skill that can be acquired without any mentorship/training. Well, this is not the case. What the majority of people do not understand is that there are two types of knowledge when it comes to foreign exchange.
There is general knowledge and organised knowledge. This often leads to the misconception that knowledge is power. Knowledge is potential power. It becomes power only when and if it is organised and channeled correctly.
Come and receive organised knowledge and train with Ladysmith’s fastest growing foreign exchange institution.