Fast-track to becoming a Pro Trader
I'm the founder of Jackson Capital that trades $15M of funds under management - both proprietary and agency funds - in Australia and Europe.
I’ve been trading for 15 years starting off with index futures on the Russell 2000 and S&P 500 through CME. Also participating in open outcry at the CBOT, gaining invaluable experience from traders at major U.S. institutions.
However, to get where I am now wasn’t an easy road, at all. There’s a ton of money to be made and there’s a lot of people who make a killing and as it is a zero-sum game, there are a lot of people that lose money.
There’s so much more than just reading a chart and understanding technical analysis. These things are important, but what I’ve learned over the years is that accountability, discipline, and understanding the human behaviour is incomparably significant.
To syphon through the chaos of the market we deal in probabilities, however logic and rationale shift very easily if your win/loss or risk/reward ratio is skewed by the inherent behaviour of an undisciplined trader.
I employ some of my students to trade my own capital, even if you don’t get to the top 1%, my goal is to get you to the top echelon of traders. My 1-to-1 coaching consists of tough love, because I expect my students to behave like an industry professional, both behaviorally and technically.
This opportunity is only for serious individuals that want to be successful in trading. The reason I’m doing this… is that I’ve been in your shoes. Nothing would delight me more than seeing you become successful and consistent, and perhaps working for me one day.
Why we charge a fee:
Lepus Proprietary Trading is a finance company, not an education company – we do not profit from your education and we charge an extremely fair price. There is a lot of demand for my time and knowledge/ mentorship and the fee is to make sure we cover our costs and to make sure you are serious.
Richard Jackson, Founder – Jackson Capital.
“Richard Jackson is a disciplined and hardworking trader with years of experience. He is a patient mentor who is eager to share his knowledge with aspiring traders. Instead of creating the next Richards, he tries not to influence his juniors’ trading style and let me and other traders to develop our own mechanism. He isn’t shy to call out on my bullshit, but when he does, he is gentle and forgiving. It’s an honour to have Richard as my mentor.”