As I agree that it never looks great when first-time posters post in favour of something, I'll add a quick post (as I have done at various points over the years on this subject) - I took this course many years ago, it was my first introduction to trading (I was reskilling from a separate, unrelated career), so I knew nothing. For me, at that point, it was ideal. It isn't cheap (IIRC I paid around £2000 for the course plus reading materials etc, plus £1600 or so for coaching on top? It was of that order, anyway). It basically teaches a few different approaches to trend-based trading, there are a few strategies taught that utilise Price Action, identifying a trend, using some indicators for support, it teaches support and resistance. I know that trainers in general (and Greg Secker in particular) do get some stick, and sometimes seemingly rightly so, but all I can say is that I paid for the course as a novice, went to my coaching sessions for several months afterwards, and they taught me to trade. You can also resit the course, I think, for free for a certain amount of time after first taking it. I don't know Secker personally, but I got to know a few of the coaches, all the ones I know trade their own money alongside their work for the company, they have wider trading lives, indeed the main guys I knew at the time have now moved on as their own careers developed and they found their own niche. So courses will always be controversial, and yes everything is ultimately available open source, but for me as a (then) novice I liked the way that everything was presented in the same overall context, I could ask questions of someone who was trading the same approach, and it certainly pulled everything together into one consistent approach at a good speed, so it very much worked for me. I have been trading ever since and have long since made my course fees back.
But, as others have said it takes a lot of dedication and time, and anyone expecting to turn up, spend two days on their trading floor and then come away as a profitable trader is kidding themselves. If it were that easy then everyone would do it! So while I don't do recommendations - and ultimately no one on here knows me - FWIW I sat the course and was (and am) very happy with that decision.
Only piping up as I have more than one post, have been here for some years, and I do often find that people complaining have either not tried the product (they have buyer's remorse before the course even starts and simply want their money back, which is not the same as taking the course and not being happy with it), or have taken the course and then not gone straight into consistent profit (which imho is an unrealistic proposition).
So please no one take a course because I said so, but all I'm saying is that I did and it worked for me.
Please don't shout at me, we're all different!