Dan Legg
Dan Legg

Currency trading on the foreign exchanged (Forex) is something that many people consider, but not many are educated enough to be confident in pursuing. Any kind of trading is inherently risky, and jumping into the game without the right preparation can increase the risk significantly.

While there’s plenty of Forex training products out there, TeamFX stands out from the crowd. This is in no small part due to the credibility of its founder, Dan Legg, whose rapid success has been reported across several media publications like The Sun, MSN, and Daily Mail. Dan even appeared on Channel 5’s “Rich Kids Go Homeless”.

Dan Legg started trading when he turned 18, and his initial overconfidence caused him to lose money on his first attempt. Learning from his early mistakes, Dan committed himself to studying as much as he could about managing risk and about developing the right mindset.

By taking this approach, Dan Legg quickly developed his own methodology for Forex trading that has yielded life-changing results for him. Eager to share his newfound expertise with others, Dan went on to found TeamFX.

Dan Legg

TeamFX offers both free and premium education on currency trading for anyone willing to learn. While the free learning condenses common trading knowledge for newcomers, the premium training involves 1on1 training sessions, either in-person or via video call, that start with the basics and get more advanced as the course progresses.

Rather than giving ‘signals’ to clients that effectively try to tell them what trades to make, TeamFX does things differently. Dan Legg and his team are focused on making sure clients are given enough confidence through their education to make their own informed decisions, ensuring they acknowledge the risk they are taking with every trade.

TeamFX also provides an analysis service and open discussion channel for traders and students to discuss their trading and knowledge. In this way, Dan Legg has created a thriving community where novice, intermediate, and advanced traders can support one another and expand one another’s knowledge together.

Dan Legg