May 21, 2020 | Latest News | 0 comments

Notice for all students

If you are a student and need help, follow these guidelines and make the start of your trading journey both exciting and successful.


Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

With all the talk about recessions around the global economies one often wonders how economists determine whether an economy is in a recession or not and one of the key economic indicators that they use to measure the overall health of an economy is the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The GDP is defined as according to as “the total monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country’s borders in a specific time period.” The GDP of a country is normally calculated on an annual basis but it is not uncommon to have quarterly figures as well. The figure released by a country’s statistical body is very important as it indicates whether the economy is growing or contracting and it helps policy makers to decide on which policies to implement and these policies in turn determine how businesses strategies on the best measures to take.


Classes run in the evenings and Saturday mornings

Trading Room

Sihle will be running the QuickTrade trading room next week Monday to Friday from 09:30 to 13:00 AND 18:00 – 19:00. Join him and advance your trading skills with Zoom, ID 6938111101

QuickTrade Trading Mentors Details

Roger Holdsworth:
ID: 610-048-7682
Mobile: 061 529 3431
Sihle Ngema: 
ID: 975-212-8933
Mobile: 061 520 7588
Tawanda Tali: 
ID: 787-396-5451
Mobile: 061 510 6408
Moses Murwira: 
ID: 994-404-9137
Mobile: 061 511 0425
Mongi Khumalo: 
ID: 283-612-4300
Mobile: 061 501 5643
Stanley Makgamathe: 
ID: 278-284-6381
Mobile: 061 507 0596
Zander Van Der Merwe: 
ID: 444-887-4533
Mobile: 645 086 454
Sydney Maidza (Botswana):
ID: 963-106-1298
Mobile: 061 505 2313

What our students say

This email serves as a compliment to you and the college on turning a novice of matters of stocks trading into an individual that feels confident and fairly competent to successfully trade in CFD’s. When I joined the college my knowledge in stock market trading and the market language was negligible, on a scale of 1 to 100 I was closer to 0. Having attended the CFD’s course, my confidence level on risk management and trading is now over 80% and is improving. Your knowledge of your subjectmatter and professioanalism in imparting it to us is commendable. This is my way of saying thank-you for a course well presented.

Monwabisi Eric Toba

”Hi Roger, I must say that I think I learn more from you in the trading room than the online classes. In fact, you are so informative I sometimes can’t take notes quick enough. I know you said it is not part of your job but really I appreciate it. And you are doing good. It’s how I like things, very practical.“

David Russo


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