Financial Education Center
This Financial Education Center is a valuable resource for individuals interested in taking more control of their financial destiny.
It offers a vast library of financial education for beginning to more advanced investors and traders, from learning strategies to manage long term investment accounts like 401(k)s, IRAs, etc., to getting an introduction to basic trading terminology, the different asset classes, risk management, analysis techniques and more
Whether the goal is to manage long term wealth or earn short term income, to excel in this fascinating world of money it is necessary to continue to study and learn.
Visit the Financial Education Center often as new content is always being added, so you can reap the benefits that come with understanding the financial markets.
Trading and Investing Basics
Get acquainted with the stock market, its movement and market conditions as well as an overview of the different types of trading and investing accounts.
The Investing section covers the essentials of traditional investing, invstment strategies, understanding bonds and interest rates, tips from experts and more.
The Trading section covers the differences between trading and investing, explains the asset classes, how to engage in the psychological aspects of trading, using technical indicators, and preparing yourself for live trading.
From Bitcoin to Moms in Business and Finance, this section covers an assortment of unique topics.
Investing & Trading Glossary
The Glossary is a comprehensive list of trading terms to help you add new trading terminology to your vocabulary. As you advance through this Financial Education Center, look up unfamiliar words in the glossary as you go along.
This training course is designed to give information necessary and/or relevant to trading in U.S. Stock Markets and is not intended to provide all the information required for trading.
Trading involves a higher level of risk than other common forms of capital management such as long-term investments in stocks, bonds or mutual funds.
Attaining proficiency in trading may take a long time to develop depending on the student’s capacity to understand the high degree of risk involved, aptitude for proper risk management to preserve capital, and potential to develop all necessary skills to create profitable results.
The student must understand that actions taken in trading result in the loss of all capital and in cases that involve the use of extended buying power and margin, one may lose all capital and subsequently assume the liability of owing additional funds that are substantially more than the initial capital.
The Online Trading Academy will not assume any responsibility due to losses an individual or group may incur as a result of attempting to follow any advice and/or recommendations given in this training course.
Taking this training course does not guarantee success, and individuals or groups of users are solely responsible for any risks taken. Some information provided with this course, as with many training facts and techniques, may be time-sensitive.
Some of the information provided may need updating as time passes due to new market regulations and the nature of changing markets. Please request the most recent version if necessary. Testimonials used may not be representative of the experience of other clients.
Stock symbols shown here are for illustrative purposes only. We do not recommend any of the references shown. Companies, website, and other organizations referenced are separate and independent entities. The prudent investor should diligently research all supplementary investment material to determine if the information or services provided fall in line with their own predetermined investment objectives.