Day Trade For Good donates proceeds from its $10 month-long day trading trial to local Utah charities.
Moving forward, Day Trade For Good plans on continuing these donations. Furthermore, it hopes to see big growth in the amount it is able to contribute to the community.
This website mostly features Kevin Jones and Matthew Poll (AKA Matt Poll). These two Utah entrepreneurs stand at the head of Day Trade For Good. Therefore, they will provide statements on all charitable donations and future charity selections.
Both Matthew Poll and Kevin Jones’ day trading experience is incredibly diverse. This helps them see and understand day trading from a fresh point of view.
Kevin Jones – About Day Trade For Good
The statements below come directly from the recorded interview of Kevin Jones found at the beginning of this article.
“We chose $10 because it is an amount that is easy for people to come up with. At the same time, enough that they feel like they actually want to use the trial. It’s not something that is such a large amount that it’s overwhelming. But it’s not such a small amount that they feel like they don’t have to put any time behind it.
We’re looking for commitment. 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.
We do $10 for the trial because we want people to experience our product fully before they actually make any larger commitment. The intention there 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.”
What’s included in the $10 30-Day Trader Lite Trial?
“What’s included in the trial is a lot of coaching sessions. Opportunities to come to live webinars, opportunities to see what our continued education looks like… the kind of education that they’ll get long term.
They’ll get experience with personalized coaching, which is something that they’ll also get moving forward into a different package. In addition to that, full access to the software so that they can see it working with the market.
They can see exactly the signals they’ll be trying to read. They’ll actually start to learn the signals and make demo trades to help them see the possibilities of being part of the market. The only thing that the trial does not include is the opportunity to trade with our tools in the live market with real money. This is because we want them to have a better education before they get to that.”
How do you select which charities to make donations to?
“We choose charities based on the feedback of our team. [Kevin and Matthew Poll] get together with all the marketing team, the coaches, all our people and affiliates, or as many of them as possible. We throw a bunch of opportunities up on the board. A bunch of things that people are feeling drawn to at the time and then we narrow it down.
We just start to vote on it. Narrow it down to a handful. Then Narrow it down again and we pick one that usually has to do with current events. It’s something that’s on people’s minds. It’s something that we feel can really contribute to the betterment of the world at the time.”
Why not just keep the proceeds made from the trial?
“We have gone through a lot of training as business owners. We’ve gone through a lot of experience as business owners. One of the things we’re clear on is that there are big issues out there. And there are certain issues that we get to get behind as a company and as a people in general.
It also helps because now the individuals doing the trial have an opportunity to try something new. To see a new pathway in their life. At the same time, the risk that they run is that they’ve donated to a good cause and that’s what we want.
We want people to know that we’re behind good causes. And at the same time, we’re interested in what they’re up to. If they feel like that helps them get to try our product… because they get to donate to a good cause, we’re happy about that.”
As of August 2020, Day Trade For Good has donated to the following charitable organizations.
- Sub For Santa
- Operation Underground Railroad
- GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund
- Feeding America w/ Tony Robbins
Moving forward, Day Trade For Good looks forward to making donations to more charities in Utah and across the United States. If you’re interested in learning more about these donations or becoming eligible to receive donations, please contact us.