There is very little information available to the public on international trading that is easily consumable. This makes even beginners find far less success without the right tools. When Elvis Justice Bedi became one of Ghana’s youngest pioneer investors in Bitcoin and successful trader in the international markets, he discovered a need for public education. So, he created the #1 leading digital trading academy to help others find the same success.
Elvis Justice lives a full life, yet values simplicity and efficiency. While he attends medical school at one of Europe’s finest schools, he also reigns in the international markets. Elvis Justice loves improving himself. Realizing how valuable his methods were at helping others, he established Serendipity Trading Academy, the global tech company teaching people how to make money from their smartphones.
Through every step of creating and developing Serendipity Trading Academy, Elvis Justice stays fully committed to his work and his clients. He has overcome the challenges of balancing how to satisfy everyone’s needs and making sure he is available to answer all of their questions. His success massively speaks for itself and the people who have enrolled in the academy. “I try as much as possible to execute everything with precision and accuracy. My plans at my own pace and not create any sort of unnecessary pressure for myself,” says Elvis Justice Bedi.
In only two years, Elvis Justice has helped 400 people make money through cryptocurrencies, forex, and stocks through the power of the new media. With 7 courses available, there is a path for everyone to find whatever suits their needs. “It only gets better by the day,” says Elvis Justice Bedi.
Next, Elvis Justice wants to put up a school complex from nursery to junior high in Ghana, as well as a primary health care center. When he isn’t focused on school or the academy, Elvis Justice is admired by others for his simple lifestyle and enjoys playing musical instruments.
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