Swing trading refers to a trading style of holding stocks for at least 1 night, sometimes as long as several weeks or months. These are generally short term trades. Swing trades are often held for a few days or a week.
Day Trading refers to the strategy of buying AND selling a stock in the same day, sometimes multiple times.
Not at all! There are no pre-requisites for our training. We cover everything from the basics to the advanced. Our training are designed for many different leveled students ranging from beginners with no knowledge at all to experienced traders simply looking for new ways they can grow and improve.
-Our course covers everything needed to excel as a confident successful Stock trader. We go over everything from the basics to the advanced, stressing not only the accelerated topics but even the fundamentals which everyone needs to have a mastered understanding of.
-Yes, of course! Our course is available to individuals all across the world, regardless of location.
-This is a 4-6 Months intensive program. Each week will focus on different course topics carefully structured to drive results.
-The training has been carefully structured to accommodate all leveled traders. Ranging from beginners with absolutely no previous knowledge regarding Stocks, to experienced traders looking to take their trading to the next level, we’ve got you covered!
Our training is open to everyone! As long as the willingness to learn is there, the training is open to all.
In the United States you need at least 25k in cash in order to have a Margin Account that you plan to Day Trade. If you do more than 3 day trades in a week you are considered a Pattern Day Trader, thus requiring a minimum balance of 25k. Learn more about the PDT Rule.
Yes! We have many traders that trade part-time while working a full-time job. In general these traders choose swing trading. They enter trades, place live stop orders, and walk away. This is the best strategy for trading while working. Some of our members are in different time zones and can trade for 1hr of the U.S. Stock Market before or after work. This is also feasible. The best hour to trade is from 9:30am-10:30am.
We understand that the Priority for most of our students is to eventually trade a live account to earn extra income.
However, before looking to open up a brokerage account, keep in mind that We recommend all our students to first gain proper trading education and to practice on a trading simulator before starting to trade with live funds.
We teach our students how to create a trading plan with proper risk management, track their progress with a trading journal, and to improve their Profit Trifecta through our course. This can take anywhere from 3 months to one year or more for some students depending on their schedules and learning curve.
We would not trade a strategy without a proven track record and metrics behind them in a simulator before going live. Maintaining our account and profits is our first priority. Keep this in mind when looking to fund a brokerage account for the first time.