Day Trading 101: A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Stocks access also includes several resources and a free day trading ebook download with in-depth trading strategies and education!
This course is a step-by-step guide to becoming a profitable day trader in the stock market, starting from the very basics for beginners and covering everything you'll need to know to get started day trading; from technical analysis and chart indicators to fundamental analysis and trading psychology... and everything in between!
You'll be learning from a self-taught, full-time day trader on a mission to help other traders avoid the same mistakes that he made early on in his career.
If you're someone with little-to-no experience in the market and are motivated to learn what it takes to be your own boss and determine your own salary as a day trader... this course is exactly where you should start!
What You'll Learn:
What are stocks?
What is day trading?
The pros and cons of day trading
Buying vs. short selling
What is technical analysis?
Chart reading basics (chart styles and patterns)
Level 2 and time & sales
The best chart indicators/studies
What is fundamental analysis?
Controlling emotions (trading psychology)
Placing a trade (order types)
*Enroll now to save yourself hours and hours of studying and potentially save yourself from thousands of dollars in losses that many new traders face due to lack of education!
What Students Are Saying:
“This is my second course from Travis Rose. The amount of information I received on such a short course is the reason I keep coming back to his courses.” - Richard L.
“This course is very detailed and exactly what I need to get started day trading. I’m so grateful for cheaper courses like this being available to people like me who can’t afford the $1,000 courses. In my opinion this one is just as good if not better than the more expensive courses.” - Jennifer J.
“Great format for learning. Love being able to download and watch offline. The course breaks down the basics and allows for more in-depth understanding without being too overwhelming.” - Robert A.