This is a one-man show run by a trader called Clint Eastman. The free component introduces you to the world of Forex from a generalistic and fundamental basis, and is actually helpful for gaining a perspective on trading. The paid component unfortunately lacks a structured curriculum, and one has to attend every session to learn something new. There is a tremendous amount of secrecy with his course, and it is almost impossible to review previous recordings, as these are not listed. Eastman does not teach you to trade, nor does he suggest trade ideas. However, he can provide explanations to the market moves On the downside, Eastman makes several unsubstantiated claims, many of which were proven to be false. Eastman claims to have managed billion-dollar funds for large investment companies. However, ALL licensed traders have a footprint, and there are no records of anyone by the name of Clint Donald Eastman ever being registered as a licensed professional trader. He claims to have been mentored by George Soros, and by Tom Williams (proven to be false), and also to have trained traders at Deutsche Bank. He has also claimed to have worked for Tom Sossnoff (proven to be false), and owned a bank and a Forex brokerage (a claim that was recorded on video on 9th August 2019 in O’Fallon, Illinois, and subsequently proven to be untrue). In fact, investigations have revealed that he was in fact an employee of Walmart, and may have lost his leg in a trucking accident (he previously claimed to have lost his leg in an aircraft accident). Eastman himself was a trainer with I Markets Academy (I Markets Live), a company known for its aggressive Multi-Level-Marketing approach, and less well known for actual Forex education. In his course, Eastman uses a similar approach, and encourages students to bring in other students via a direct approach. Far worse, throughout his course, Eastman has been promoting crypto investments such as ‘Mirror Trading International’, Forsage, QuibiTech and Make Wealth Real, all of which have been exposed as scams. Unfortunately, several of his student investors in these schemes have lost substantial sums of money.