You sound like the exception to the rule for training providers. Which kind of proves the rule. I say nothing about your training programme, I’ve never heard anything about it one way or the other. But I’m venturing to report what I’ve experienced and witnessed and heard of concerning trading training providers and writers in general.
As far as the business model goes, what I see is that vendors selling knowledge on trading in courses or books need to keep putting new knowledge on the market, else they will only sell one item, the very first one. Which necessarily leads to the conclusion that no course or book should be expected to contain all the knowledge a new trader will ever need (with the exception of yours of course).
As far as purchasers / students not making money, here’s the logic. After fully digesting the training, the student faces 4 possible outcomes: in crudest terms these are -
get rich quick
get rich slowly
get poor slowly
go broke fast
There are no credible reports of trading training students getting rich quick because of a course they attended.
Of course, some may wipe out really quickly, but most training does at least contain some useful information. Plus, the newbies who seek training and are willing to pay for it are not the average newbie trader - they have discipline, professionalism, a business plan, willingness to learn, some spare capital and a serious outlook so I doubt they blow their accounts in Week 1.
Get rich slowly. Yes, this could be happening, but we’re not hearing from ex-students that this is the case. What can be seen of most courses suggests that this would be hard to achieve with this content alone - which is necessarily incomplete as I suggest above.
Get poor slowly
This is the ideal outcome for the vendor. The student / purchaser cannot heavily criticise the content or training, they’re not broke, they;re still in the game and with a bit more experience and knowledge they will crack this. So they buy the new book and they buy the next module of the course. They tell other traders how much they have learned: but also they intend to buy the next instalment - what a positive review! And they still nearly make it but they need more so they buy the next book and a more advanced course. for the vendor, its always easier to sell something improved to a previous customer than something completely new to a stranger.
And so it goes on.