by: Kathryn E. Jones
It’s the beginning of a new year. With new beginnings comes an opportunity to reflect on those in need we have helped along the way.
It began the last quarter of 2019, with Operation Underground Railroad to end child trafficking, garnering $8,000 by February of 2020, and ended with a Sub-For-Santa donation of $6,500 ($1,500 more than the previous year) in December to help those in need. In-between, a donation to Tony Robbins Feeding America, brought in $120,000 in meals and a $12,000 donation. By summer, an additional $8,000 was gathered for Global Giving Coronavirus Relief, a worldwide crowdfunding community that assists 170 nonprofits around the world with training, tools, and support.
All this from Trader Lite Fees.
The $10, 30-day trial, is a great opportunity to “experience our product fully” before making a “larger commitment,” says Kevin Jones, founder.
The intention…is for them to be able to look behind the curtain without a whole lot of risk and decide if this is actually something they want to take on. We have a lot of people who don’t take it on. A lot of people who say no, and we’re okay with that. Because what we end up with is a customer who’s really interested in using our product to better their life.Kevin Jones (co-founder)
Matthew Poll and Kevin Jones, co-founders, began to teach day trading in 2008. Since that time, they have helped many new day traders to get their feet wet through personal coaching sessions, live webinars, and full software access. With the added incentive to help those in need, Day Trade for Good continues to move forward.
“We’re looking for commitment,” says Jones. “We’re looking for people who actually want to put effort in so that we can create the best possible scenario with our product and with that customer.”
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