You're more than curious

about the
stock market.

You’ve seen things that you never knew were possible. Such as two retail giants, GameStop and AMC, being on the verge of bankruptcy. 

Then soon seeing their stock go skyrocketing. Then crashing back down. Then going all over the place.

Are they saved? Will they still fail? What’s going on? Did a lot of people make money trading these stocks, or did they lose a lot of money?

You have no idea what to think. At first glance, none of it makes any sense at all.

Does the stock market make people rich?

Does it take all their life savings and toss it down the drain?

How many people succeed?

How many people lose?

What is the probability of succeeding in the stock market?

Then you turn to yourself and you ask yourself…

Will I be one of the people that succeed?

…Or will I lose my life savings, pile up a ton of debt and lose the house that I’ve worked so hard to buy?

Everything seems random

within the stock market.

You’ve seen people talk about a stock immensely on social media before. And nothing happened. But GameStop and AMC skyrocketed. 

Does any of this make any sense?

Why does one thing work for one stock, but not another?

What’s the deal with forums?

Do they give good advice or are they just tossing out misinformation?

And what about the news? Does that affect a stock’s price?

How about earnings reports like 10Ks?

I see people posting 5 figure gains on some of these places I frequent to get my stock info. And in some private groups I decided to join.

Are they lucky? Do they know what they’re doing?
Do they keep their money or are they losing it the next day? 

when you're

looking at the stock market

…it makes sense to wonder how it all works.

Most of the richest people in the world have plenty of their assets in the stock market after all, so there has to be a reason for it. But there are movies like the Wolf of Wall Street that make the stock market look extremely dangerous to get involved with. 

So is this where I should be or not? And how much should I learn about it? And would learning about it push me into becoming involved in the stock market, or push me far away from ever touching it?

Regardless of the answers to these questions, the curiosity to learn more is there. That curiosity is good. It helps you seek out answers. And as time progresses, if you’re a smart cookie, you find the right ones. And then you go off to find some type of success for yourself.  


If you’re not though, you end up losing a lot of money.

And it sucks. I see it all the time.

So many people end up going into the stock market because they get excited. But they have little to no information about how it works. (They read a forum or a book or two on it and think that’s all they need). And while they may get lucky here and there…

The harsh reality is that 94% end up losing money in their first year.

That. Is. A. Lot. Of. People. And it could very well be you who ends up joining that astoundingly large statistic…

But there’s a way to prevent that. How? Find a mentor.

But who can become the mentor you need? And how will they educate you? First you need to calculate how much risk you want to take in life.

Want to make steady annual returns of 5-10% a year? Go pick up a book by Warren Buffett or something. Plenty of people have followed his advice and achieved these returns.

Want to potentially earn a higher percentage return? Look at who consistently earns more. Hedge funds do. But most of their executives and traders aren’t allowed to provide financial advice unless you’re their client.

Do you have enough money to dump into a hedge fund?

Great. Go do it. If not, then… You have to look for where you can find a reliable educational source.

School is cool. But most university professors don’t actively trade. And many of them speak theory and have never traded a day in their lives.

How reliable is the information from someone who has never traded stocks a day in their life? Even if it is from a textbook. Theory is great for explaining concepts. But if theory worked, then every single person who learned from that textbook would be a millionaire. 

So you know you need to...

learn from someone who has traded before.


Now do you want to learn from someone who hasn’t traded for five years or a decade?

Or would you prefer to learn from someone who actively trades? Probably someone who actively trades. Chances are, they know the current conditions of the market.


And do you want to learn from someone who has made $100,000? Or a large amount of money like maybe 8 figures?

Probably the person who made 8 figures.


What about 9 or 10 figures?

Good luck finding someone who earns that much and wants to teach… while possible, it’s extremely unlikely to find. Plus you would probably have to be extremely good at convincing them to even take interest in considering passing down their insights to you.


Will you make 8 figures from learning from the person who made 8?

While there have been rare cases where the student exceeds the teacher, like in martial arts related moves… it is… extremely unlikely. It’s definitely worth making a movie out of, however, because that’s how extremely rare it is for a situation like that to happen.


But you could potentially make returns of 5 figures. Or 6. Or 7. But probably not 8.

And there’s an extremely high probability you won’t listen to your mentor and go off and do things on your own based off of gut and lose everything you invested.

Why? I don’t know.

People just end up doing that. People are dumb.

They get caught up in their emotions. They think they know what they’re doing before they deeply absorb the material. They go out and try to trade on their own before they’re at a level where they are well versed enough in the industry to make a move with their own capital.

And they get crushed. But hopefully you’re not one of those people.  



Hopefully you

…deeply study what you learn for at least a year minimum.

Hopefully you

…test things with fake money in paper trading accounts and consistently see success before using real money in live brokerage accounts.

Hopefully you

…follow the risk mitigation tactics you’re taught to minimize your losses as opposed to going YOLO and raising up diamond hands.

And hopefully you

…exit your position when your return is 25-35% and don’t fall down a rabbit hole of delusions, looking to 10x your gains. That isn’t ever going to happen for the entire duration of the stock’s existence.

But as of right now,

I don’t know you, so I can’t say what kind of person you are. But remember, 94% of people lose in the stock market the first year. So there’s an extremely high probability you fall into that category.


But if you think you don’t, you should look at a few other factors.


Has this mentor ever posted their losses, or do they only post their gains?

Most stock trades end up losing money because people follow faulty strategies that have a 50% ratio of succeeding. So if they only post their wins, they’re leaving out a lot of the story.


Do they verify their trades on a third party site?

A reputable third party site integrates all the trades made through a brokerage, to provide full transparency of both wins and losses. This can help you determine whether or not you’re looking at a reliable educator.


Have they ever posted their account statements?

An account statement is usually a summary for an entire month, so you can see exactly what someone made or lost, because all their trades are listed there.


Have they ever got their account statement audited by a third party?

People can make whatever they want on the internet nowadays.


Do they have a track record of success, or did they make one or two big huge trades and get lucky?

Some people got lucky off of GameStop and AMC, realized they’re never going to make those same returns again, then turn to education. I already made over $10 million before I touched those stocks.


Do they talk more about lifestyle or the actual stock market and the boring financial stuff, like graphs, charts and other related content?

If they’re diving deep into the lifestyle as opposed to the subject matter at hand, they might not actually know how the stock market works…

Stock markets

What stock markets do they trade on?

Every existing market has a reputation. And that reputation is usually correct. For example, the pink sheets and otcbb have a horrible reputation. Why? Because they’re absolutely horrible exchanges to trade on. The Nasdaq, on the other hand, has a good reputation. That’s the only place where I personally trade.

So who fits all these criteria?
Surprisingly, it’s me. Steven Dux.  

Steven Dux has earned over $10 million trading stocks on the Nasdaq by the age of 26, and has been teaching students the stock market since 2018.

Why Me?

I don’t know.

In high school, I moved here from China as a foreign exchange student. I convinced my parents to let me come and made a huge presentation explaining the benefits and why it was a good idea. They bought into it.

I didn’t know where to go in America, so I ended up in Ohio. I lived with a kind and loving American family who took care of me, fed me and took me to school. That is, until I went off to college, then I lived in the dorms.

The only job I could get was on campus. It was working overnight at the dorms. I wanted to make a solid living in America. But I didn’t know how. So I went online and did what anyone would do. I looked up the most lucrative ways to make money. 

There were two things that continually came up.

At the time, my English sucked (it has significantly improved and is really solid now, thanks to my English tutor). So I skipped out on real estate, because I couldn’t understand the contracts. I’ll probably participate in this industry in the future though.  

Stock market discovery

So the other resounding way to make it was by participating in the stock market.

I did what any person who was obsessed with learning something does. I found every single resource possible on the topic and read it and watched the videos on the topic, both free and paid resources, including all the courses that were available.

But I went to school for chemistry and engineering. So my studies made me take a unique approach to what I learned. Instead of taking the information at face value…

I Tested it...

I studied historical charts...

I looked at excessive amounts of data…

I paper traded what I was taught…

And started to realize... that a lot of the stuff I was learning was either based off of theory.

Or it just outright didn’t work.

You may have seen it yourself. If you’ve been looking at this industry for a while… Chances are you have probably Googled day trading strategies or something in the past. And what you found, when compared to how a stock moves in real life, didn’t go the way you expected it to.  

That’s because mostly everything you find online for free has a 50% winning ratio.

How are you going to ever end up making a profitable portfolio if you win as much as you lose?

After fees, you’re going to lose money. So while free resources are great for theory, they don’t give you the tools you need to become a better trader. So where do you find strategies that work? In the Freedom Challenge, I include 8 strategies I regularly use.  


I wanna learn all about the Freedom Challenge.

i have a certain

criteria for my strategies

The criteria is that they need to be above a certain percent for win loss ratios, in between a certain percentage for gains.

And if things go sideways (which they do since no strategy in the world has a 100% win ratio), a way to minimize the losses on the trade, which will occur, no matter if you’re in the 94% of losers or 6% of winners.

Insider tip: The 6% of winners usually implement tactics to minimize their losses fyi. The rest usually skip or are unaware of these tactics and end up blowing their accounts or take significantly huge losses.  

I'll teach you how

…and when and where you should implement a stop loss, so you can minimize your losses too.

I'll teach you how

to increase the probability that the trades you will make in both paper trading and live environment, can potentially return a profit.

I'll teach you how

…to look at data points like market cap, float and so forth so you can get a better understanding of how a stock will maneuver.

I'll teach you how

…to avoid stocks which you can get stuck in, identify patterns, and what you should do when these patterns occur.

I will teach you what you need to know to help you move from a beginner or novice at the stock market to educating you at an intermediate level.

Does this level of education matter?

Do you wanna just go diamond hands your entire life, or do you wanna actually learn how the stock market works, so you can figure out which strategies you want to implement?

To be a successful trader, you only need to master 1-2 solid strategies. That’s it. But mastery takes a lot of studying. And practice. Then on top of that, you have to figure out how often you can implement these strategies.

On one strategy I used in Oct 2021, I implemented a strategy that only occurs from a pattern that happens 3 times a year. But because the movement this stock made throughout the day is so uncommon, I had the most profitable day in my entire life.

I made $6 million that day alone!

That’s 60% of what I made ($10 million) from my entire history of trading from my very first trade in 2016 to Jan 2021.

I won’t teach you that strategy. That’s for expert level traders. And it’s too easy to go sideways on that kind of trade and you put yourself at risk of losing big. But I will teach you some that happen 40, 50, 60 and sometimes 70 times a year.

Let’s say you theoretically pick to use a strategy that wins 55% of the time. Or better yet 60%. Or 65%. Let’s say you only identified 50% of the times it happened. If you made 20 out of 40 trades and 65% of them won, and the profit margins were in the right strike zone, would you be profitable or take a loss? 

In theory,

if you had the discipline of a Jedi master, you would win.

But so many people want more than what they have in front of them, that even with that strategy in place, human error can occur due to emotions. So you can still end up on the 94% side of losers. Sucks huh.

Well I’ll teach you how to become more disciplined. And the strategies I use to remove my emotional attachment to money, which we almost all have, because our money is usually our livelihood.

It'll be up to you to master this though.

I can’t get inside your head and do it for you. And this might be the toughest part of the entire equation. Because this isn’t like any other industry. You can’t just understand the intricacies inside and out and go out and make it. You need to master the art of discipline as well.

Does your soul hurt when you misplace or lose money because it might’ve fell out of your pocket? It does for almost every single person I ever met through school. And a large amount of adults and professionals too. No matter how much money they earn.

That’s why there’s so many resources that say you should only invest money you are okay with losing. Money that isn’t allocated to anything. Because 94% of people lose. And just think about it.

You’re sitting in front of a computer.

You’re on your brokerage account. You’re placing a trade.

You hit the strike zone for a trade and you made $2,000 from the amount you invested. But that brand new dishwasher you want costs $2,300 after tax.

So you toss your strategy out the window and hold out for $300 more in returns. Then the stock goes in the other direction because after the strategy hits the strike zone, it does that.

So you watch your $2,000 gain fall to $1,500, to $1,000 then back to $0. And you wait for it to go back up. But now who knows what happens? 

If you’re smart, you wouldn’t put it all on the line either. You’d strategically take multiple profits in case something like that were to happen too.

But hopefully that dishwasher doesn’t excite you too much and make you miss out on your gains…

And if you’re thinking, “I’d never do that over a dishwasher.” Chances are, you’d do it over a down payment for a car, an initial investment into a house, a dinner out at a nice restaurant, a vacation, an engagement ring, a wedding, a home renovation project, sports cards, other collectibles or novelty items like an original Star Wars light saber or something else…

So you can’t associate your potential gains with any items, whatsoever… Or you’ll end up losing. Anyway, I think you get the point I’m trying to make.

So let me tell you what you will definitely get.

Two times a week, I dedicate my time to all my freedom challenge students. While the stock market is open, I share my screen with my students so they can watch me trade in real time.

This allows you to not only understand the patterns and strategies I teach, you get to watch me trade in real time.

You get to compare what you learned to how I act, so you get a deeper understanding of the patterns and strategies. Plus, you get to see how disciplined I am as opposed to chasing the dragon like other less experienced traders do.  

Will that help you become a better trader? Hopefully.

I don’t know. 

But I heard that monkey see, monkey do. So I hope it does.

Plus you can ask me questions in that environment and interact with my other freedom challenge students, some of whom have made 7 figures privately and some of whom have made 6 figures publicly on sites that verify trades like kinfo. And others who are just beginning to learn the very basics of the stock market, just like you could potentially be.  


finding value in the

freedom challenge

It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an intermediate trader, or someone who is entering into the stock market for the very first time. There is some kind of value you will find in the Freedom Challenge.

I’m not going to pinpoint it out for you, because it’s different for every person. Nor am I going to sell you on the dreams of owning a house, retiring earlier than 65, or making millions of dollars and buying everything your heart ever desired. Or taking care of your family that you love so deeply for generations to come. Or funding your dream business or nonprofit organization to change the world.

While all that might be possible, you have to remember that 94% still fail in the stock market in their first year. And that could very well be you.

But if you’re up for a challenge and you feel you might be like the type of person who takes advantage of an flagship educational program taught by a top expert who has broken the eight figure mark before the age of 30, and not put an opportunity like this to waste and let it pass you by…

Then maybe you should sign up for the Freedom Challenge. Who knows. Maybe you'll be in the 6% who make it.

With the Freedom Challenge, you have a better shot at making it with me than anyone else…


…everyone else’s material because I took all their courses.


…how they operate because I joined their live sessions.


…their strategies and tactics and patterns and know that a small amount of them work.


…the very best information and golden nuggets and implemented them into my life (and program).

If you aren’t working internally at a financial institution, I’d say that your best shot of making it into the 6% is with me.

But we’ve all seen how the privileged life works too. There are many trust fund babies in the world. A handful of them take over the family business and continue the legacy. But a large amount of them, while highly educated at Ivy League schools and deeply cultured, do absolutely nothing of meaning with their lives.

They don’t work to make a difference in the world. They get comfortable with their privilege and resources. And they slack off.

More often than not, it’s due to a lack of motivation or sense of purpose, since they already have everything paved out for them.

If you decide to take advantage of a situation where you have more opportunity than others in the industry…

Don’t let an opportunity go to waste.

Study, practice and deeply understand what you learn. Then execute. Then continually improve upon it. Because life is more than the common saying, “That you only have one life to live.” It’s so much more than that. Life in and of itself is a pursuit of freedom.

And hopefully, the Freedom Challenge can provide the freedom you’re looking for, whatever personal significance that word may hold for you.


How do I enroll?

what some of my traders

Have to say




Providing real training

Not only teaches you how to trade successfully, but will also continue to guide and mentor you so you can create consistent (and massive) monthly profits.


Freedom Challenge

…is “the” all-in-one solution you need to get started in day trading so that you can become a successful trader who creates consistent profits FAST (without all the mistakes, fluff and wasted time and money I had to experience when I first started out).



By enrolling in The Freedom Challenge, I’ll give you access to the best training material in the industry. But as well as actionable training material, you also get continuous access to me and my team, so we can ensure you implement our techniques properly.



This ONLY works for those who are 100% committed and want to win big. And this is what you can expect when you enroll in The Freedom Challenge.

Trading Techniques

You get complete access to The Trading Techniques DVD, which breaks down, in-depth, the 8 techniques I have used to build a successful day trading career. I will teach you step-by-step how to apply different strategies to profit in the stock market (even if you have no prior knowledge or experience). Not only does this show you specific market patterns, but explains the psychology behind them. This gives you the power to take what you learn and implement it into other markets (as well as other areas of your life).

Daily Watchlist

Each day, I review the market and make suggestions on what trades you should focus on. I highlight every potential big play I come across and detail my reasons behind picking this particular stock.

The key to success is learning how to be selective and cut through the noise. This takes experience, which I have a lot of. Malcolm Gladwell talks about how you need to invest 10,000 hours into a skill to become a master. Over the years, I’ve made this time investment and then some, not only studying the market from other people, but by diving deep into myself — building my own strategies and testing them. By following this Daily Watch List, you’ll fast-track your knowledge base and learn how to focus on the right setups (and when), so you can stay in this game for the long-term.

Private Chatroom

This private chat room is your platform to share thoughts, ideas and questions. On top of having daily access to me and my team, you’ll also get to network with other people learning to trade the “right” way, like you. It’s an amazing place to learn good habits, which sets this chat room apart from most others. While most other “experts” use their chat rooms to pump up stocks (so they can manipulate the market), I only post my genuine thoughts and reflections on the potential plays I’m thinking of making. This, along with The Daily Watch List, gives you an up to date insight into what I’m doing, and why).

Strategy Database

As you know by now, I’m obsessed with building trust and proving to you that what I share works. This Strategy Database is one of the main ways I do this, as it acts as a consistent, fully updated proof of concept.

It tracks the win-rate for each of my 8 Techniques, so you can see for yourself what is and isn’t working. As you learn about these 8 Techniques in the Training Course, you’re able to track your progress in real-time (fast tracking your progress and ensuring you learn with less mistakes and waste). You won’t find anything else like this online. None of the so-called “experts” give access to their database like this (mostly because their actual success rate is so embarrassingly low). It provides you a consistent guide to see what patterns are working, allowing you to fine-tune your own entries and exits, so you win more often and gain greater momentum, quickly.

Live Trading

Each week, I personally perform Live Trading Masterclasses where I show you the trades I make (and explain why I’m making them). There are usually two of these Masterclasses each week:

Monday. Where I review charts and patterns and explain the details of different market conditions, so you know how to react. I also do a Q&A Session during this time and review Student Trades to highlight where you can improve.

Thursday. This is where I perform a Live Trade, showing you how I make specific trades while I explain my reasons for investing. You get to see me make decisions in real-time, so you can learn to be more self-sufficient, as well as picking up on the 1% of tips that 99% of people never know.

Exclusive Monthly Report

This Monthly Report works alongside The Strategy Database, providing an in-depth analysis of the month’s pattern performance. Studying these Monthly Reports ensures you maximize your profits and improve your own trading performance. My goal isn’t simply to tell you what to do, but rather teach you how to do it for yourself.


You get complete access to The Trading Techniques DVD, which breaks down, in-depth, the 8 techniques I have used to build a successful day trading career. I will teach you step-by-step how to apply different strategies to profit in the stock market (even if you have no prior knowledge or experience). Not only does this show you specific market patterns, but explains the psychology behind them. This gives you the power to take what you learn and implement it into other markets (as well as other areas of your life).

Real training from Steven Dux sounds amazing.

I wanna learn all about the Freedom Challenge.


Absolutely not. I will never manage your money or trade on your behalf. I only trade stocks with my own money.  

From my success as a non institutional day trader, I’ve been offered positions at a few of them. After examining how much money I can earn a year ($30 million max including commissions and bonuses), compared to the immense level of stress that comes with managing other people’s money, it is not worth the opportunity cost. I do not want to be glued to a computer for days at a time. I don’t want to stress over losing billions of dollars. I don’t want to work in an office. I don’t want to be forced to hit milestones. I want to keep my own schedule. I want to use my own money. I want to work from home. I want to improve upon my craft for myself and my students, not a big corporation.

I find it to be very fulfilling to share what I have learned with my students. Seeing them succeed brings a sense of joy and purpose to my life.

As long as you’re awake during Nasdaq hours of operation, it doesn’t matter what country or where in the world you reside. Tax laws may differ country to country.

A computer and an internet connection. After the education portion is complete, if you decide to further pursue trading, a brokerage account would be required for live trades. Some people may find interest in stockcraft as an ancillary platform that could be utilized to help take what you learned and integrate it into a data source.

Up to you. You’ll probably get analysis paralysis though. I only use one screen.

It’s all speculative. There are no guarantees of earning money in the stock market. Only 6% of people who get involved in the stock market make money in their first year. The more educated you are and the higher level of discipline you have, the greater the chance you fall within the 6% who make it.

Yolo, ape, Diamond hands and similar mentalities.

Ideally, a year. A university typically requires four. So it’s quick. But not as quick as a month. In very few instances, some people just get it and make money within the first few months But they probably got a degree in finance and spent four years on learning that before participating.

Yeah but if you haven’t studied finance, you’ll probably fail. The odds are stacked way against you. Paper trade first until you get all the principles and disciplines down.

Do not invest money you can’t risk potentially losing into any type of financial instrument.

While a few people in the world thrive under pressure like Kobe Bryant, most get crushed. Those external expectations placed upon you due to potential significant losses that gravely impact your life will heavily interfere with your decision making process, even if you master the educational side of the material in an extremely quick fashion. It puts you at high risk of losing the majority of the money you have in the market. You need to find an alternative way to make money, like getting a higher salary at a similar job, taking on side projects to earn additional income, or taking out a loan from a bank for said instance (if you have the means to pay it back).

If the timeline was longer, eg years, it may be more emotionally manageable to participate in such a program, as your mind will not be against an inevitable timeline that has an extremely high probability of being out of reasonable expectations to meet, affecting your mental health, stress levels and decision making processes.

Most students paper trade for the entirety of year one, which is the recommended route for any educational service in this field. Once a year passes:

Some students start with $0 and then think of ways to earn money to trade with, from places like their job or business and slowly add to their account.

Some students start with a few thousand dollars.

Some students start with $25,000, which is what the government requires a pattern day trader to have in their brokerage. Most students do not trade at pattern day trader levels, as this usually equates to overtrading.

Some students start with $100,000.

You invest what you can afford to lose. Your mileage may vary.

I haven’t tested them myself. My students who participate in other markets say they work in some of them.

You click join the freedom challenge, enter in your information, read the emails and watch the videos that are included. Then when an email comes in to schedule a call, you speak with someone who will help answer any resounding questions you may have.

The freedom challenge is loaded with educational content. The live sessions are an ancillary bonus for being a part of the freedom challenge. They are optional to attend, not a mandatory part of the freedom challenge program.


I have a few more questions, but I want to be part of the Freedom Challenge.


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    If you’re new to all of this and have limited knowledge as to how the stock market works, I highly recommend you invest in The Freedom Challenge.