NinjaTrader Ecosystem Review:
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Summary is yet another trading educational website by Sean McKissin. Over the years, Sean McKissin has owned several different trading related websites that are now defunct.

The website is one of the several different websites that Sean McKissin is currently promoting as either “learn the secrets of trading” or “make money with my trading signals.” Prior to being a professional trading educator, it appears that Sean McKissin sold accessories for truckers.

The vendor has made outrageous claims of massive profits without providing any proof whatsoever. Vendor refused to verify trading with TradingSchools.Org.

The company is listed as a Ninja Trader Ecosystem educational provider. TradingSchools.Org is curious whether Ninja Trader fully vetted this person and company.

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Thanks for reading today’s review of is a trading course that purports to teach “Structure Ratio” and “Natural Flow” of futures, stocks, and options markets. The course contains 21 instructional videos, with over 30360 Wall Street Review hours of “recorded live training.” The cost of the course is $895. received the lowest possible score for honesty. The website contains no biography or history of whom is offering this trading course. How can a reasonable decision be made if nobody is willing to place their actual name on the website? TradingSchools.Org considers this to be a sign of fundamental dishonesty.

Furthermore, publishes a blog of supposed results that began as early as August 2014 through 2016. Blog post after blog post contains supposedly massive profits ranging from $5k to $30k per trade. In fact, our inspection of the 360WallStreet blog revealed no losing trades whatsoever. Truly remarkable. TradingSchools.Org reached out to 360WallStreet and requested proof of these supposed massive trading profits…no response.

NinjaTrader Ecosystem

The company is listed as a NinjaTraderEcosystem approved and verified trading educator. TradingSchools.Org contacted Ninja Trader and discovered that the person running this website is a person named Sean McKissin. A google search of Sean McKissin revealed various other trading related websites. The following are websites that Sean McKissin managed, or was affiliated with. The following websites are now all defunct.


In addition to these now defunct websites, Sean McKissin also promotes several other trading related websites including:

Its appears that prior to becoming a trading educational super-hero, Sean McKissin owned a website named A company that sold floor mats that will, “Trick Your Truck.”

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As some point in the early 2000’s, it appears that Sean McKissin transitioned away from selling truck accessories to selling the dream of being a professional day trader. By taking a closer look at the now defunct websites of, and we can see a clear pattern of websites that appear for a year or two, and then mysteriously are removed. Not a good sign.

In addition to websites that mysteriously appear and disappear, TradingSchools.Org has received numerous review requests regarding Sean McKissin. The typical message from readers is that keeping track of Sean McKissin is akin to “Whack-a-mole.” He appears at one website, and then just as quickly reappears with another website touting yet another “amazing trading promotion.”

Wrapping Things Up

In the past, at TradingSchools.Org we can usually quickly figure out who is good or bad by the trail of abandoned websites. Legit vendors tend to stay and fight for their reputation. Whereas the scams will typically hustle a few dozen newbies out of thousands of dollars and then disappear. Only to later appear with a new website. We have seen this quite often with listed trading vendors at Ninja Trader.

Ninja Trader has definitely taken a more aggressive position at weeding out the bad apples. But a few slip through the filter. And truth be told, it is very time-consuming to track down and discover all of these defunct websites that vendors abandon.

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One of the worst out there.


I have come across that guy in early days of my trading and unfortunately lost my money for his lessons. He then was under different name of business but I will always remember his picture. Stay clear from this snake….

Rob B

And I thought Emmett did not have a sense of humor, but I got a good laugh of of this, “Ninja Trader has definitely taken a more aggressive position at weeding out the bad apples. But a few slip through the filter.” It has been awhile since I even looked at any Ninja Partners and it is certainly possible they cleaned up their act, but last I saw everyone of their Partners is a Scam Artist, not sure I would call that a few slip through the filter. Exactly which ones are not the “Bad Apples”?


Ninja cleaning up their act would mean shutting down their business. LOL

I think most of us know the brand of hyperactive intraday trading promoted by Ninja and others is essentially a brilliantly executed con-game. But it’s what keeps the money flowing into Ninja’s pockets. I can’t see how they’d willingly cut off their own gravy train.


Exactly, they try to do token moderation similar to how bmt/fio allowed vendors to promote themselves as long as they were slick enough and didn’t stink up the room. The ones that were too dumb and eager to do it and were caught fudging results and other shamster tricks were quietly banned. So thanks to tradingschools, ninja did a little token cleanup of the most egregious and outrageous scams where some had attention from the feds, but the vast majority of their ecocesspool list are still there for the cross marketing even though they’re 99.9% shams.

Stray Dog

I often wonder whether the whole setting websites, dealing with emails, putting together educational material is less work than getting a real job. Stay in school kids.

Actually, I suspect that becoming a successful vendor is more work than we might expect. I don’t think any of us could just throw some shit together and steal all Sykes or Brooks customers. I think you have to build a brand. And you need to maintain it because there is a lot of competition from other vendors. You are all competing for the attention of the same pool of fish. You need a constant stream of new material going out into the market… be it videos, blog posts, tweets, newsletters, etc. You need to write, rehearse, record, and then… Read more »
Rob B

I dont remember anyone accusing these Trading Room Con Artist of being lazy. The Best are Brilliant at what they do and make millions doing it. Of course if they were making money hands over fist trading like they claim then why would they need to (or have time to) do all the work of running a TR.

yep , it’s the nature of the cesspool that they still have to compete among themselves for a bigger market share of the newb herd. With the middle class destroyed and wage deflation, even those with best marketing skill at this game find being a successful vendor is still more lucrative than a typical legit self-employed business. With so many new “vendors” each year, there’s not enough to fleece for everyone. Or probably they had a history of fraud and illegal shenanigans in other fields in the past such as RightlineTrading plastic-mutilating-pillpushing, mortgage fraud ‘bangbang” TFIA. But they can still… Read more »