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Tyler Espitia on How Creating Ichimoku Traders Academy has Changed the Lives of Thousands

It’s not often you come across individuals who are intensely passionate about their craft, and yet even more passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. In this case, we caught up with one man who fits that description perfectly. Meet Tyler Espitia, Founder of Ichimoku Traders Academy, Full-time entrepreneur, and car enthusiast. Tyler has been recognized by some of the most influential publications to date such as Marketwatch, Yahoo Finance, and many more for his impact in the stock trading community. Here’s how Tyler’s course Ichimoku Traders Academy has changed the lives of thousands of individuals. 

Teaching Thousands 

Tyler Espitia is recognized as one of the top stock traders on social media today, but things aren’t always like that. Tyler started exactly like everyone else. Such as facing the long nights of learning the markets, failing and blowing through accounts, but most importantly committing to seeing his goals through. Even when things seemed to be at the most difficult of odds for him early on Tyler still found a way to prioritize his self-education into developing the skill that has built his dream life. Facing those challenges early on outlined a path for him to help others avoid the same pitfalls he experienced as a rookie trader. So since then Tyler’s values and priorities when teaching others have stemmed from his belief around sharing the knowledge of getting rich. By taking the years of experience and lessons learned through failure as well as success Tyler launched Ichimoku Traders Academy. 

The Ichimoku Traders Academy Legacy  

Since releasing his course Tyler has seen so many different lives change. Students have turned into 6 figure earners, bought brand vehicles, bought houses, and changed their financial futures for the rest of their lives. Tyler believes that the compounding effect of his trading course will last far beyond just a few trades and will eventually be a skill relayed over into the next generation through his students. The legacy left behind will then be a story of how Tyler Espitia empowered a large community of traders to reach their goals of financial independence. 

How to Change YOUR Life Through Ichimoku Traders Academy 

If you’ve decided to take the step towards changing your life and enrolling in Ichimoku Traders Academy apply these guidelines directly from Tyler into your Trading education to make the most of the course, the community, and the resources. 

Avoid This Mistake 

The biggest obstacle individuals who learn trading through Ichimoku Traders Academy face is a lack of patience. They will come in with a greedy mindset and expect to become rich overnight, then fail miserably. Practice consistency and patience with the material Tyler teaches and put in the time to see this skillset bring a return on investment.  

Follow These Principles 

Be Coachable: By coming as a coachable student you’re opening yourself up to learn and by asking lots of questions when you need the help you’re setting yourself up for success. 

Be Dedicated: Don’t join anything if you’re not going to dedicate time and effort into it otherwise you’re doing it for no reason. If you have a strong ‘WHY’ to push you towards accomplishing tasks implement it here. 

Reach Out: Engage with other traders in his chatrooms, Tyler always responds and even has students who have been with him for years who give great advice also.

 

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