Our Beginner Trader Training Program - is for people who are completely new to trading. As it can be quite baffling trying to make a decision whether to learn Forex, Commodities, Stocks, Bonds, Futures, CFDs, etc, how much money to start with, or which broker to set up with. The Jumpstart Program was developed for this very purpose.
Students get a good understanding of:
Refine your understanding of financial markets and make more informed decisions when developing your trading goals. This Beginner Trader Training Program spans 1 week and you will get to learn including:
Like all asset classes, the stock market operates on a system of demand and supply. When you buy stock, you hope that other traders become more eager to own a share of that company over time. When the popularity of a stock increases, traders compete to own it and bid up the sale price. Theoretically, a rising share price is the result of improvements in the company's value and potential, also known as its fundamentals. In reality, stock prices may change for any reason, only some of which investors are able to predict.
Daily news, macro, and micro-economic updates, among other factors, govern the movement of global currencies, and its trade. If you pay a little heed to learn forex and the ropes of the game, you can invest and earn a comfortable second income through forex trading. Forex markets are made up of banks, commercial companies, central banks, investment management firms, hedge funds, and retail forex brokers and investors. The forex market is considered to be the largest financial market in the world recording a daily volume of over $5 trillion dollars.
Futures contracts were initially designed to allow farmers to hedge against changes in the prices of their crops between planting and when they could be harvested and brought to market. While producers (e.g., farmers) and end users continue to use futures to hedge against risk, investors and traders of all types use futures contracts for the purpose of speculation – to profit by betting on the direction the asset will move.
A contract for difference (CFD) is a popular form of trading derivatives. CFD trading enables you to speculate on the rising or falling prices of fast-moving global financial markets such as shares, indices, commodities, currencies and bonds.
Commodities, whether they are corresponding to metals, food, or energy, are an important part of everyday life. Anyone who drives a car can become significantly impacted by high crude oil prices. Anyone who eats might feel the impact of a drought on the vegetable supply. Similarly, commodities can be an important way to diversify a portfolio beyond traditional securities – either for the long term or as a place to park cash during unusually volatile or bearish stock markets. (Commodities traditionally move in opposition to stocks.)
This Beginner Trader Training Program will give you a Birdseye view of Global Financial Trading
Ideal for: Beginners - People who are new to trading & financial markets