Steven Dux of StevenDuxi.Com

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Xiuxan Du is a true ‘rags to riches’ story. He came to the United States as a 15 year old foreign exchange student, with no money, and nearly zero understanding of the English language.

He was a mediocre high school student and not particularly good at math or science. Certainly not the stereotypical Asian student.

With nearly no financial resources, he scraped together a few thousand dollars by working odd jobs and began investing in the stock market. Fast forward a few years, and Xiuxan Du is now a multi millionaire stock trader. No kidding.

His life story is very compelling. All of his performance summaries have been audited and verified by TradingSchools.Org.


Performance is 100% authentic

Unique approach to investing

Is a kind person, and cares about his students


Trading style is highly speculative

Trades the extremes of sketchy penny stocks

Students should not attempt to shadow trade

Educational products are perhaps confusingly presented and pricey

Comments Rating 2.5 (2 reviews)

Thanks for reading today’s review of Steven Dux of StevenDuxi.Com. Who is Steven Dux and what is Steven Duxi selling? The Steven Duxi website is selling the following products and services:

  • Tier 1: $99 per month live chatroom. This includes Steven’s live trades and possible setups for the day.
  • Tier 2: $149 per month live chatroom.  The additional fee gives access to Steven’s 8 core strategies with historical backtesting and the potential probability of each trade.
  • Tier 3: Market Mastery Bronze $2,000 per year.
  • Tier 4: Market Mastery Silver $3,500 per year.
  • Tier 5: Market Mastery Ultimate $8,500 per year.

Each “Tier” builds upon the previous tier, like a pyramid. The more you spend, the more individualized attention and mentoring the trader will receive directly from Steven.

Steven is also selling a “DVD” for $1200 which reveal yet more ‘trading secrets.’

However, there is actually no “DVD” at all. I am curious why he would even describe his product as a DVD?  Instead, what he is actually selling is an online educational portal that teaches the 8 core strategies that Steven uses on a daily basis.

My initial impression is that there are too many ‘tiers’ and compartmentalized options. It is confusing. It’s too commercialized. It is capitalism run amok. In fact, I would say that these sorts of pricing schemes appear to be predatory.

As a reviewer of trading products and services, I should not have to “peel away” the layers of capitalism to find the sumptuous truth. As consumers, we should be offered elegant and simple solutions that quickly help solve our problems. Unfortunately, as it currently is presented, Steven’s product offering is clumsy and confusing.

Regardless of Steven’s clumsy and ham-handed approach to selling, we should look away at this train wreck and now focus on who this guy actually is, and whether he is actually a trader.

Steven Dux and Timothy Sykes

TradingSchools.Org first became aware of the Steven Dux website back in 2018. In total, we received over 50 requests to review the trading products and services.

However, the messages that we received were typically tagged with, “another Tim Sykes scam” or “yet another YouTube fake stock trading millionaire needs to be exposed,” or “this guy is definitely a scammer.” You get the picture.

The uncorroborated and colorful opinions had less to do with Steven Dux, and more to do with Timothy Sykes. As we have learned from past experience, nearly everything that Timothy Sykes is selling will look golden on the surface, but the more you touch his products and services, you discover that everything is actually coated with gold spray paint. The more you handle it, the quicker you realize the messy golden tarnish reveals a cheap plastic interior.

In fact, we witnessed a Tim Sykes interview with Steven Dux. On the surface, it appeared that Timothy Sykes had ‘created’ this ‘golden creature’ in which to use as a marketing stooge to sell yet more worthless DVD’s, educational packages, and some other “wizard” bullshit that Sykes is always spouting.

As a critical reviewer, Steven Duxi had the look of an exploited prostitute, dipped in gold, that Sykes was pimping out over the internet. You know how the story goes…Sykes marches out this fresh-faced kid that supposedly learned everything he knows from the master Sykes and now the padawan apprentice prostrates himself before the magical master.

Which is basically what the video portrayed. How this “kid” got rich after learning Sykes supposed secrets. I expected this stunt to quickly fail.

However, as the months passed, I received yet more requests to review this supposed “super trader” Chinese kid that somehow ended up in a small town in Ohio. Very odd. And not very believable.

Regardless, and under much pressure from readers, TradingSchools.Org decided to take a closer look in January 2019.

Contacting Steven Dux

Beginning in January 2019, we began collecting as much public information as we could about Steven Dux. Which was easy. Steven was all over YouTube proclaiming that he turned $20k into $900k. And then more videos of how he supposedly was up $1.5 million.

Incredibly, yet more videos followed of how he supposedly was up $2 million, and then $3 million, and then $4 million. Like mushrooms that magically appear on a fresh cow patty, the millions were mysteriously and quickly stacking up. But who would actually believe such nonsense? I certainly did not.

These sorts of investment returns are the stuff of social media marketers, hype specialists, carnival barkers, and petty con artists looking to make a quick buck. No reasonable person would actually believe that a mere mortal could turn $20k into $4 million in 4 years. Personally, I thought to myself, “writing about this is a waste of time” and “it cannot possibly be true.” Yet, I pushed forward. This skinny Chinese kid needed to be exposed.

Next, I created four separate and unique email addresses and began a series of email exchanges with Steven. Each ‘character’ behind the email was increasingly more shrill. The intention is to test the character of the vendor. One identity will be cordial and lightly probing. The next character will be slightly more angular and sharp in response. The final character is tough and prickly.

The purpose is to ‘tease’ out useful information and form a collage that reveals the deeper meaning. None of the email exchanges went well. Essentially, I wanted to get access to actual brokerage statements that verified the supposed performance claims. At every level, Steven simply refused to cooperate. I was left with only one conclusion…he must be a scam.

My final email to Steven was direct and pointed. I revealed myself directly as “that guy from TradingSchools.Org.” The shadow of death had finally arrived at Steven’s door. And I was now going to absolutely roast him. All of my evidence was in the bag, the cards were on the table, and I felt I had him cornered. Now I would deliver the killing stroke to this “Tim Sykes” fake golden creature.

But then to my surprise, Steven responded “I am familiar with TradingSchools.Org. What you do is sometimes horrible. Often inaccurate. But terribly needed.” To my shock, he consented to a full review. All of his cards would be turned, the truth would be revealed.

Dialogue, Brokerage Statements

Over the next several weeks, both Steven and I began a series of exchanges and back and forth question and answer sessions.

Truth be told, I thought he was lying to me. Trying to delay the inevitable. As I have learned the hard way, many of these so-called investment guru’s are top notch bullshit artists…they will delay and delay and delay in getting me supporting documentation. All in the hope that if they are “nice” or “friendly” that I will somehow not write the truth. It doesn’t work.

Eventually, to my utter shock. I began to receive exactly what I had asked…actual brokerage statements.

Initially, as I began to read these brokerage statements, I was absolutely shocked. Month after month, the balance kept going higher and higher. The trades listed, one after the other.

But still, I refused to believe. I thought to myself, “this clever kid photoshopped this.” And photoshopping account statements is nothing new at TradingSchools.Org, in fact, we have witnessed over a dozen such instances. I thought to myself, “this is just another photoshop.”

However, the account statements contained a key clue. The brokerage was Trade Zero. Most readers are not aware, but I personally know the owners of Trade Zero brokerage. In fact, I am on the phone with Dan Pipitone, the director of Trade Zero on a constant basis. We talk about industry changes, emerging trends, and how Trade Zero is constantly adapting to a changing marketplace.

Dan Pipitone of Trade Zero is brutally honest. He is the sort of no-nonsense type character that will quickly throw you under the bus — if he senses bullshit.

And so, with Steven’s permission and written consent, I forwarded the account statements to Dan Pipitone for examination.

Conversation with Dan Pipitone of Trade Zero

Several days later, Dan had concluded his audit of what I had presented. Essentially, I wanted to know if the statements were real. And if the statements were somehow ‘blended’ from various account statements.

What does ‘blended’ mean? Let me give you an example, a couple of years ago, I wrote a review about a live trading room that specialized in Futures trading. The trading room moderator sent me a series of account statements to verify his supposed amazing track record. The track record revealed a 90% win rate.

I became suspicious and contacted the broker. After further examination, it was revealed that the account statements were actually compiled from two separate accounts.

The scam was clever. The ‘trading educator’ would simultaneously buy in one account, and sell in another account. Every day, he would pluck the record from the winning account and then paste the winning trades together into a document that appeared to show a nearly flawless win rate.

The ‘trading educator’ was undoubtedly wasting commissions, but building an amazing track record in which to sell products and services.

This was my concern with Steven Dux, that he was somehow trading from two separate accounts, and only presenting the winning trades.

That theory was laid to rest. Dan Pipitone concluded that the account statements were indeed authentic. There was no chicanery.

It is an undeniable truth, Steven Dux has in fact earned millions of dollars ‘day trading penny stocks.’ This mystery is solved.

About Steven Dux (Xiuxan Du)

I am not going to waste even one minute talking about Steven Dux supposed trading strategies. For the purposes of this review, I feel that it is irrelevant. Why? Number one: you can watch Steven’s many YouTube video’s where he describes exactly what he is doing. And why he is doing it.

However, I do believe that it is highly relevant that we study him individually. His life story is very compelling. And as his life story is revealed, this too reveals his character and gives many clues as to ‘why’ he is successful.

First things first, Steven Dux is only his ‘American’ name. His name is actually Xiuxian Du. He was born in Chongqing, China in 1994. For those not aware, Chongqing is not one of the coastal cities that most of us are familiar with (Hong Kong, Shanghai, etc). Instead, Chongqing is located deep within the interior of mainland China.

During World War II, the Japanese invaded coastal China and aggressively pushed eastward towards Chongqing, which at the time was China’s WWII capital. As they pushed eastward, the majority of the Chinese population were also pushed eastward (those that survived). At the time, the Yangtze and Jialing rivers were considered to be the final defensive point in which the Chinese had to defend, or ultimately be annihilated by the Japanese.

From 1938 to 1943, the city was under constant terror bombing where thousands of civilians were killed. Eventually, the city was reduced to rubble.

After WWII, the city was eventually rebuilt and served as an important shipping port that moved goods down through the mighty Yangtze river. Basically, since the mid-1990’s the city of Chongqing has grown by leaps and bounds. Some describe this city as the “Hidden City” and yet others describe Chongqing as the “City of Commerce and Trade.”

Of course, most readers are familiar with the Three Gorges Dam, located in the region. In fact, from this dusty and dirty area, from this hearty soil, Xiuxan Du was born.

In my interview with Steven, he described his childhood as difficult, yet dynamic. His mother, from a dirt poor area, sought to take advantage of the rapid growth and eventually opened a small store that served the local community. The store grew and thrived. This served as an early lesson in basic commerce for Steven.

Eventually, Steven’s father became interested in real estate and borrowed money from Steven’s mother to speculate on land. Apparently, it worked out very well for Steven’s father. Unfortunately, Steven’s father never repaid his mother. And to make matters worse, he abandoned the family once he had acquired wealth. This was yet another hard learned lesson about how people change for the worse, once they acquire wealth.

To make matters worse, Steven had a little brother. And since his mother was busy running the store, Steven was responsible for caring for his little brother. Basically, from a very early age, Steven was expected to be “the man of the house.”

Xiuxan Du Comes to America

As incredible as this story already sounds, it gets even more incredible.

At the tender age of 14, Steven somehow convinces his mother that he should leave “the store” and that she should give him enough money to come to America.

So what does Steven do next? Of course, he gets on the internet and begins researching on how to become a foreign exchange student. After a good deal of research and effort, he eventually finds a family in Cincinnati Ohio that would be willing to accept him, until he finishes High School.

One thing leads to another, and the next thing you know, Steven has convinced his mother that “its a great idea!” and that she should hand over her meager savings so that he can buy a plane ticket to this strange place called “Cincinnati” in a state that he could not even pronounce (Ohio).

Now consider this…Steven speaks no English. And yet, at the age of 16, he boards a plane with only a backpack of clothes suited for 80-degree weather. And he arrives in Cincinnati in the dead of winter. Wearing shorts and sneakers. Apparently, he thought he was flying to Hollywood but quickly discovered that Cincinnati and Hollywood have little in common, especially in the winter.

Steven then arrives at his new foster families house. They thought he could speak English. Boy, were they surprised when he didn’t speak a peep of English. This was not your average exchange student.

The next evening, the family prepares a “special meal” to celebrate the arrival of Steven. When Steven took a look at the plate of food, he had no idea what this strange brew of meat and vegetable matter could possibly be. He quickly learned that he liked the local delicacy, something called “mashed potatoes.”

A few days later, his wonderful new foster family drives him to his first day of High School. He arrives overjoyed but speaking absolutely no English. However, after only a few hours, he is pulled out of class and escorted to the Principles office. Of course, the principle speaks no Chinese and cannot pronounce Xiuxan Du. However, his ID says DuXiuxan, and so the principle of the school simply called him Dux (ducks). The name stuck.

The conversation with the school Principle did not go well. In fact, Steven was at the wrong High School altogether. So, his foster family had to pick him up and drive him to a completely different school. What a rough start.

Steven Dux: the high school years. And the need to make money.

Eventually, Steven became more and more fluent with “Ohio’s version” of English. And he did pretty good at school. All things considered, he did well enough to be accepted into University. He mentions both environmental engineering and accounting, but I believe the truth is probably a bit more complicated.

However, from the time that Steven arrived in America, he worried about where he was going to get money. He couldn’t rely upon his mother, and his father was providing absolutely no assistance whatsoever. So, while in high school, he took on odd jobs and began saving.

While cruising around the internet, and still barely able to understand English…he stumbled on Timothy Sykes. Like all of us, he was mesmerized by the orange Lamborghini and the bikini models that Sykes flaunted. Did he buy any of Sykes products or services? No. As he explained to me for this review, he didnt buy any of those products “Because I couldnt understand what Sykes was saying.”

Instead, everything that Steven has learned is from simple observation and the backtesting of different ideas using nothing more than common spreadsheets.

From these simple observations, he opened a trading account with his $2k savings and while in high school, parlayed this into $10k and then $20k.

A short time later, he heads off to college and while studying, he gets even more active in the stock market. He then pushes his $20k into $100k. Next, he submits his track record onto that swamp pit known as and then Tim Sykes takes notice of what is happening.

The next thing you know, Tim Sykes is parading his new pet across the internet, claiming that he “trained” Steven with his secret methods.

According to Steven, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, in retrospect, Steven feels that he was incredibly lucky to avoid much of the misinformation available on the internet. Not because he sought to actively avoid it, but because he simply could not understand what they were selling.

Steven Dux: the here and now. And random observations.

This article has gone far longer than expected. I will wrap this up with a few random observations regarding Steven Dux.

Observation A: Steven Dux uses NO INDICATORS whatsoever. He believes they are worse than useless. That they only seek to trick the mind into believing something is happening, when actually the indicator is only interpreting an irrelevant past.

Observation B: Never place a stop loss on public display. He believes that if you rest a stop loss order, the market is going to naturally attract to fill that order. Instead, use mental stops and exit when your exit point has been touched.

Observation C: Every single trade needs to have three components. The entry, the stop loss, the profit target. You never deviate away from the original plan. And when I say never, I really mean never.

Observation D: Don’t be afraid to trade into extremes. When the market is unsustainable and parabolically moves higher — don’t be afraid to short. When the market crashes, don’t be afraid to be a buyer.

Observation E: Avoid paper trading. All of the stock paper trading platforms are slanted and biased to filling orders easily. The paper trading platforms are meant to trick you into believing that trading is easy. He likens them to “free” slot machines at a casino that creates the impression that the real machines will pay like the “free” machines. Don’t waste your time.

Observation F: Start with a real trading account and trade live immediately. The wins and losses will build the emotional foundation that you must rely upon later.

Observation G: Avoid the financial media. Its useless and totally pointless. There is no edge that will be revealed by watching a financial TV show or reading news articles.

Observation H: Let the PDT rule be your friend. Its there to protect you. It prevents over trading and refines your focus on only taking the juiciest setups.

Observation I: Avoid predatory chatrooms that “pump and dump” to their subscribers. We all know who they are.

Wrapping things up. And my final observation.

Thanks for making it this far. This article spanned over 3000 words. Way too long.

However, I want to give one final observation. And this came from Dan Pipitone of Trade Zero. I asked Dan, “what do you think is the real secret of Steven Dux?” Dan replied, “Steven is one of the best at shorting that I have ever witnessed. He sells the shitty stocks that the pump artists are always buying” and “Steven is a highly focused contrarian that dances to his own tune. Everything he knows comes from a past that is unpolluted by the hordes of trading educators pushing BS services.

Well, there you have it. Thanks for reading. And I would love to read your comments below…

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Shawn (@guest_5061325)
3 months ago

I’m sorry, but it looks like the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. According to this story his father used his mom to find success and he dumped her once he didn’t need her anymore. And Dux used Sykes for his teachings and promotion and distanced himself once he didn’t need him anymore.

I watched Dux’s whole come up as it happened, and it’s all documented on youtube. Nothing Dux does is original. All the patterns he plays are textbook Sykes and Grittani. He was a Sykes Trading Challenge student, and in his early interviews he even said his fast success came because he was able to learn from people like Sykes and Grittani. For him to say now that he didn’t learn from anymore and play it off like he taught himself is bull and extremely shady.

It’s obvious he’s trying to build is own teaching business to compete with Sykes so he doesn’t want to be associated with him anymore. His whole business model is Sykes too.

All that aside, I believe his trades are real. but I don’t know how he can give this interview:

and then act like he didn’t take anything from Sykes. He may have perfected Sykes’ teachings, but to act like he didn’t take anything from him because he didn’t know English is straight up bull when everything he does is from Sykes. He said straight up that Frameworks and Trading Tickers were his favorite dvds! He’s literally a Sykes clone, from his courses, to his patterns, to his marketing, to his chatroom, etc. Nothing he does is original.

I really don’t know how he can sit there with a straight face and act like he didn’t get anything from Sykes after he used all his teachings and Sykes promoted him.

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Shawn (@guest_5061326)
3 months ago
Reply to  Shawn

I also want to add, in that video at 24:50 he says his dad took him traveling to over 70 countries by 22 years old. How did he have time to travel to 70 countries with the father that left him and his family to fend for themselves? How was he doing that while he was being the man of the house taking care of his little brother at an early age? He couldn’t rely on his father for money, but his father took him all over the world? Come on…

This kid’s story isn’t adding up. I believe he could trade, but he’s lying about his story.

Will (@guest_5061564)
2 months ago
Reply to  Shawn

His story has changed many times from participating in Tim Sykes program and girlfriend dumping him to I was a engineer and needed to make money for the program to I was just bored one summer and decided to trade and learned from myself. This kid’s story isn’t adding up. I believe he could trade, but he’s lying about his story is an understatement. His professionalism is horribled.

kleid (@guest_5061142)
4 months ago


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richard (@guest_5061140)
4 months ago

It’s hard to believe your other reviews when you give DUX a 3.8 … this guy trades penny stocks and day trades – both signs of a scammer…

Celia D. Moreno
Celia D. Moreno (@guest_5057061)
7 months ago

If any one can share his course for free send it to my email

James (@guest_5056998)
7 months ago

Anyone done the freedom challenge ?

ed c
ed c (@guest_5056825)
8 months ago

I am a Dux’s FreedomChallenge student.
I did profit 75% in my first month but that is also because i had signed up to many other chatroom as i am hungry for knowledge.
I just want to sound out to those who are thinking of signing up for Dux’s freedom challenge to consider what i am saying. I did save you $7500.
Dux’s own profit is legit. Most of the stuff you need to learn can be learnt from the 2 DVD sold outside of the FC.
I would say you are paying $7500 for the FC mostly for the Webinar.
The “data” you get is from the FC is dated year 2018 and not updated.
But what ii felt most cheated in is the fact that the Chatroom is almost absent of Dux’s presence. And not even his associates are mostly present like other chatroom.
Many days when Dux would just pop in the chat in the morning to say “There are no good trades to play today” and disappears mostly for the rest of the day….and at the end of the day you read tweets of many other chatrooms making tons of successful trades. And when you check back on Dux’s trades at the next day….you realized that Dux had made several trades himself while telling his student there are no trades. I mean if you are sincere about being a mentor, this is surely not the way to go right?
I don’t think its responsible and dedicated mentorship.
I had signed up for Tim Sykes’ and Madaz’ and i can tell you they or their team are mostly there throughout the day mentoring the paid subscribers faithfully. I heard Nathan of InvestorsLive does that kind of commitment too. All for much cheaper pricing. Am doing my civic part to prep the public should they choose to jump in.
Do take some time to ponder on this. The practice is absolutely not right and the admin person Sakuse is the most impolite i had ever met.
Don’t believe what i say if you are willing to part with your $7500. I don’t gain from commenting here.
I was an educator and i just cannot remain silent about this level of education service.
Thank you.

Ian (@guest_5056509)
10 months ago

Surely you should have judged him on his content? As his content must be good because, like you’ve stated, he is legit! After initially viewing his content, if you knew how to trade, surely you’d have realised he was legit? As you’ve reviewed 95% of the other sites 1 star, it leaves me questioning your legitimacy…

TradingBundle (@guest_5056230)
1 year ago

Interested to get Steven Dux- Freedom Challenge full course video and webinar?, email me at

Paul (@guest_4055593)
1 year ago

I trade penny stocks all the time. Admit they aren’t for everyone however if you do some diligence and analysis they can offer some massive returns. I congratulate Dux on his achievements. One of his strategies is too short pumps, as long as you can get the shares to short I think its a great strategy because after a penny has a spike or run we all know where it’s going and that’s down so why not short it?

Before criticizing Dux for being a seller of his methods etc perhaps people should test those methods. There is plenty of free info on Dux’s method and if your conscience will let you can purchase his courses for $80 . This why not give it a go before crucifying him. Or perhaps the ones that are crucifying him should look at themselves and hopefully find the answer why they aren’t having much trading success.

VAN LAM (@guest_4055694)
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul

Really like your answer Paul. 😉

Singh (@guest_5056432)
11 months ago
Reply to  Paul

His course are into thousands not $80.
I would have paid $80, but $7500? That is predatory.

Paul (@guest_5056963)
8 months ago
Reply to  Singh

If your conscience will allow it, you can get his courses for 80.

D Mal
D Mal (@guest_5057149)
6 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Paul, more than happy to pay this amount. Let me know if possible.

Amit (@guest_5056745)
9 months ago
Reply to  Paul

Hi Paul,
Thanks for this reply, and many others you’ve put on this site.
Appreciate your feedback.
Would it be possible for you to share some good resources / books that are genuine, honest and worth reading?
I’m from India and trying to find my way out in the jungle.
You may reply here, or email me at

It will be great to hear from you!

Paul (@guest_5056964)
8 months ago
Reply to  Amit

I believe in market psychology. Fear and Greed. Its so difficult to recommend anything, But what I will say is if you takecare of your risk your risk will takecare of you. So Risk and Market Psychology, your psychology, dealing with loss and firm rules when to take profit, exit a loss are the keys to trading.

90% about trading on the internet is rubbish. Don’t believe any of it.

Anton Shabunin
Anton Shabunin (@guest_5056755)
9 months ago
Reply to  Paul

I gave it a go. Dux seems to know his stuff as his techniques are nothing fancy but I doubt one can extract anything useful out of his courses. They are simply terrible. Total lack of structure, unintelligible drawings and charts, awful pronunciation. Unless he hires professional designer, writer and narrator/presenter it is a pass as a legit educational source.

Scammer (@guest_4055550)
1 year ago

If you’re going to short super novas or premarket gappers you may as well just buy them when they dip and average down without leverage. If you short you’ll get stopped out too much and with locate fees there is no way its profitable over any significant number of trades. There is no way his strat is profitable in the long run. No way he is a multimillionaire. Just another Tim Sykes offshoot scam, a good one with a great disguise.

Sam (@guest_4055415)
1 year ago

Why give Steven Dux a good review when he fits exactly the same pattern as the other chat room scammers this site has exposed? Here is the pattern:

1. He claims to be a genius at trading stocks and may have an expensive training program for sale. He may have a verifiable record of success, but it is at the expense of his chat room subscribers.

2. He trades only cheap low-cap stocks that he can manipulate and never trades stocks over $10.

3. He owns a subscription chat room where members can follow his trades and makes most of his profits by dumping on them.

4. The scam in detail:

ADK (@guest_4055426)
1 year ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Emmet, you’ve contributed such tremendous amounts of information to protect the community already. If you find that you’ve got the time to actually COFIFY the Dux Strategy, please do so. Knowledge is power, and those of us having value in what you do, would all appreciate not being considered weak.

Dorin Pana
Dorin Pana (@guest_5057027)
7 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Good day Emmet and thank you for all your reviews, it helped me out a lot. Fantastic take on Dux, and I can’t say I don’t admire the guy. Regarding Dux’s strategy I know he plans in detail and his statistics make a huge part of it. But if you could shed some light on it …would be amazing. Cheers keep it up, you are needed. THX

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RjV (@guest_5057207)
6 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

In my experience Trade Zero has a much better inventory for hard to borrow stocks. I use both IB and TZ . TZ consistently has a better inventory. Just dont hold overnight beacause the borrow fee increases x5.

RjV (@guest_5057212)
6 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

I have both up. I always try IB first as they are cheaper. Tz usually has what IB does not have. Pretty rare for it to be the other way around.

RjV (@guest_5057213)
6 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Emmet, are you holding overnight? Or am i unaware of fees implemented by IB?

RjV (@guest_5057214)
6 months ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Emmet for example today.
MCEP not avail at IB. At TZ its 34bux per thousand. This fee can and will change depending on demand.

yie (@guest_4055401)
1 year ago

How did he learn to trade? I mean, besides this spreadshit thing?

North_Star (@guest_3051049)
1 year ago

Sth I think meriting emphasis is this Dux characte represents an extreme *anomaly*. You can’t replicate or even draw a squiggly outline of what he does. As a burgeoning trader in a foreign land with a foreign language, he effectively *shut down* the finance media’s spewings during his formative years trading.. He’s never had to unlearn a mental storehouse of some guru’s verbiage for the simple reason he’d no freakin’ idea what was being spouted—a tremendous advantage.

Not to discredit him, he picked up the requisite tools in a market he obviously dominates. If only the rest of us were so lucky. Being a penny stock trader, his market is the murkiest of them all. Are you sure that’s where you’ll get jack-loaded rich?

I’m not surprised he’s turned to the guru-turned-coach circuit. It’s how so many turn their biggest profits. Dux’s record stands out b/c it’s reportedly legit. However, I don’t think Dux stands apart from his kind in one esp. obvious area: *greed*. Rather than enrich a dubious chinaman take a page outta his book & soak up as much niche market info as is freely avail.

Robert (@guest_3051017)
1 year ago

A great inspiring story and your narrative second to none, a Hollywood hit.
Thanks for an excellent job, really appreciated Emmett !!

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Gary (@guest_3050535)
1 year ago

Hi Emmett great review, but one observation which is puzzling from Steven dux, he told you in 2019 he never bought and product or service from Sykes.yet in his trading techniques dvd released in 2018 he mentions he first bought a dvd from him in early 2016 and then joined the Tim challenge which is like $7000. Obviously this can’t be a misunderstanding . So I winder what is the real truth?

Darrin (@guest_3050377)
1 year ago

Hi Emmett,

Nice review. Just wondering how Dux is able to trade with TradeZero since he is an American citizen after all?

Ben (@guest_3053919)
1 year ago
Reply to  Darrin

there is tradezero usa,

Lynton (@guest_3050140)
1 year ago

I wonder if he front runs the frontrunners? Maybe subscribes to Tim Sykes penny stock picks. Buys the picks. Waits for them to spike and sells very quickly.

Rydel (@guest_3050248)
1 year ago
Reply to  Lynton

No, if you look at his, you can see he is a masterful shorter… He does unbelievable shorts that most people wouldn’t even THINK to attempt… He will take some $5000 – $25,000 losses sometimes but he has several trades where he makes $70,000-$150,000… He shorts the dump after the pump on many garbage penny stocks as the article said. You can see his whole trading history for the past 3 years, it’s pretty incredible. There is a period where he makes almost no money, but it appears he struggles in low volatility markets.. Which would make sense given that he is shorting penny stocks half the time.. However, it is definitely worth noting, during the 6 month stretch where he made almost no money, he also never lost money. Meaning, despite several attempts to short stocks or not finding the right setup, he never got emotional and desperate to make more than what he had.. Incredible trader. I love this guy.

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