and not only that, I consider those brokers to be awful in general. The best brokers are overseas, and the smartest clients are at the best brokers, Oanda is about the only broker available to US clients that has decent retail client functionality, thus the success... If we are counting all the people who misunderstood 'forex' and lost their shirt or their farm, as traders, really we are doing a disservice to those who are real traders by lumping them in with those newbies that banks want to push over a cliff to feed the fire, 'liquidity' etc... again just my opinions
but I'm not the one here claiming to be a mentor to traders, who is in fact more likely someone just trying to make a buck at the expense of those uninformed people losing their money, then at the end saying, 'hey it's not my fault most people lose, it's YOUR FAULT,' and therefore take no responsibility for how your students go on to trying to become trader's because your feeding them this line of malarky and not teaching them real specific things about trading, just general doctor-phil style pseudo-lingo.
go with the flow; just be on the right end of the wave