My brother and I'd attended Kishore M’s CFD course 3 years back and within 9 months, we made $80,000 and bought a Toyota Vios for my mom.
Just last year, we'd attended his forex course and today, we're making money from almost most of our trades on a daily basis.
Then this is just from my own experience. Don't believe a word I say until you've read my review.
We paid Kishore M over 3000 Sing Dollars for the CFD and forex course and made over 10 times that investment.
More than 20 students had volunteered to support Kishore’s initiative in making a difference in a developing country like Malaysia and Singapore.
I’m glad that he'd taught me how to trade because in this recession with the education system that we're all in, we'd be just holding a piece of paper(degree) but not have any jobs because universities don’t guarantee a job but charge us huge fees.
I've recovered all my course fees which I'd paid Powerup Capital but if I'm jobless, I don’t think I'd be recovering my university fees.
As far as the support from powerup Capital is concerned, Kishore M offers the best support,
1) we get daily alerts,
2) weekly live trading tutorial face to face with Kishore,
3) online forum where seniors help the juniors,
4) coaches are assigned to us,
5) We can log into powerup live trading room every week
6) Online chat support up to 11pm in the night
From my knowledge and experience, no one would offer such thorough support.
As far as Kishore M’s credentials are concerned, he's a certified hedge fund manager. A hedge fund manager knows how to trade every thing from forex, futures, options, cfd, commodity etc.
Kishore just happened to teach options first rather than forex since Asia is an equity driven market and people are more familiar with stocks and were looking for ways to hedge their portfolio hence options make a perfect fit not forex.
Now with the recession people are looking for ways to diversify their portfolio and are open to learning new trading instruments and forex being one of them.
In terms of reputation, my research tells me that Powerup Capital advertizes the company using pictures and testimonials in Malaysia the same way he advertizes in Singapore.
In Singapore, unless and until one can prove the testimonial are from real people making real profits one can't publish the company in the newspapers.
Have you seen any Malaysian forex trainers advertising in Singapore? No this is because they can't.
In Malaysia you can advertize and write whatever you want in an ad and no one would ask for proof.
Did you know majority of the forex trainers are Kishore’s ex-students who have either learned options or forex from Kishore?
To name a few, they're Terence T, Lily Thnieh, David G. Koomar.
So this is just the background of Powerup Capital.