Today I’m looking at a collection of high priced binary options trading products, Certus Trading. The producer of these products is Matt Choi, who tells us that he’s a self-taught professional trader with over 14 years of market experience. I’ve had no prior experience with Matt, but it will be interesting to take a closer look at his services and review what he has to offer the community.
Choi does not provide us with an address for his location, but he does claim to have done his MBA at McMaster University, which is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. To get in touch with the support team you can email email@example.com.
Certus Trading Review
The website is cleaner and more professional than most trading products in this market. The Certus Trading sales page contains breakdowns of many different training programs, success stories, information about Matt and a blog that hasn’t been updated in over a year. I’ll go through each one of these sections thoroughly so you know exactly what this is about, and how you should approach it.
First, let’s start by analyzing the most import aspect of this service, the training. There are currently 9 different training products available, but I’m only going to be looking at the binary options products, which happen to be his main focus.
- Trading Big Moves With Options
This training course is going for $497, but the sales page also says that this is a monthly subscription. I can’t imagine that this is $500 per month, but if it is, that’s too rich for my blood. The course gives traders personal contact with Matt, as he shares his best options trade every week. This program can only be used by traders that have already gone through the Advanced Options Strategy BluePrint.
- Advanced Options Strategy BluePrint
This 8 week Certus Trading program is built for aggressive swing traders. Matt provides traders with 8 advanced options strategies that can be utilized year round. This is a free webinar. I’m not sure if there are any upsells once going through it.
- Options Alert
The last of the three courses is not available to the public. This is a $497 monthly subscription where Matt sends out his best options trades each week with a brief email explanation. It looks like traders just need to complete some of the other training courses first before they are upselled into this one.
Success Stories / Results
Now going to look at the positives and negative of the Certus Trading program. There are a handful of testimonials from current and ex-clients available on the website. Surajit tells us that “The Webinar last evening was the best I have been to in many many years. This morning going through module one confirmed the preciseness and quality of your material. I am very excited to be here.”
Despite being in business for quite a long time, there are no trading results or transaction records provided.
On the negative side of things, there is one review website where the business is rated by the community. Sadly, this review page shows 27 thumbs down and 17 thumbs up, with only one of the seven written reviews saying anything positive.
This is a very small sample size, so I don’t think we should be judging Matt Choi’s services based on one review site, but it does provide insight from another point of view.
Considering the price of the Certus Trading programs, I don’t think I’m going to be jumping in with both feet or recommending the service to the options community. That being said, I would love to hear more about this service from actual clients, and see some actual trades to analyze.
Thank you for stopping by, and please feel free to email me if you ever need any help in the binary options market.
Certus Trading $497
Price - 48%
Strategy - 81%
Results - 50%
Feedback - 50%
Support - 89%
No verified results
Beause of Matt Choi I joined the course. It was helpful for me.
3 stars is too many. Certus deserves 1 or two at most.
Expensive. Sloppy alert service. Makes you think he has written a book on his experience and strategies when all he wrote was on article of a book not based on trading alone!
Is a Canadian company that does not take Canadian dollars as payment.
The education is acceptable but expensive.