Andrew Ilardi earned his Bachelors degree from Adelphi University graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2007. In 2009 he received his Masters degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University graduating with high honors. Desiring to further his education in statistics he enrolled in Nassau Community College to develop the calculus foundations required for advanced statistic procedures.
While pursuing a background in statistics market psychology was always at the for front of his mind. Since his introduction to the stock market in high school Andrew Ilardi knew the market was driven by psychological factors and that market psychology was the real way to developing a winning system.
Currently, Andrew Ilardi is a day trader working in North Carolina.
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