Norecia D. Callwood is the founder of Options Trading University and has helped numerous people find success in the stock market. She leads a group of like-minded individuals with one goal-- financial freedom. The members of this group come from various socioeconomic backgrounds but have all chosen to pursue multiple streams of income, namely through the stock market. Norecia is an experienced educator. She earned her B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Kennesaw State University in Georgia and later earned her M.S. in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. While teaching elementary school, Norecia presented at workshops, educating parents and preschool teachers about child development and school readiness. She served as the onsite coordinator of her elementary school’s after school program. Eventually, she ventured off on her own and opened Advanced Tutorials, a tutorial center for reading and math serving students of all ages, including adults. Later in her career, Norecia learned how to navigate the stock market and decided to create a comprehensive curriculum in layman’s term for adults to help others achieve financial success. She began teaching in-person courses weekly and later switched to live webinars in order to accommodate more students. The courses are now available online and on-demand which allows each student to move at their own pace.
A Retired Chief Marshal of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands, Dwane holds an A.S. degree in Electronic Engineering Technology, from the Brevard Community College in Florida; a B.A. in Accounting from the University of the Virgin Islands, and a Master’s degree in Accounting from the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University. He has successfully passed the infamously challenging Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. In addition to being an instructor with Options Trading University, Dwane is a part-time faculty member at the University of the Virgin Islands, where he teaches Managerial Accounting. Dwane also teaches Personal Finance.
I started getting interested in trading my last year of college. During that time I read about all the different markets and how they operate, I even signed up for a brokerage account with TD Ameritrade. After that, I started learning the platform and testing different stocks and currencies just to get a feel for it. Several months after I graduated from college, I heard about Options Trading University. I completed the three-day boot camp course because I wanted to learn everything about trading. Since then, my charting, entry points and thought process on how the market reacts have significantly increased. I'm honored to be a contributor to our growing community by being one of the hosts of the Weekly Market Recap.