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Are University Courses Mandatory For Trading Stocks?

By November 14, 2016February 26th, 2021One Comment

Are There Any Formal Educational Requirements For Traders?

One of the most enticing aspects of the stock market is the fact that no formal education is required in order to participate. But without many barriers to entry, going into the market “blind” can be regrettable and dangerous. So even though formal requirements don’t necessarily exist, becoming informed and educated can provide you with the edge necessary to succeed on Wall Street. With that being the case, where do you turn for such education and training?

Unfortunately, there are many “traps” in the form of scams and various stock promotion services out there, so you have to be careful what programs you get involved with. But luckily, there are a handful of legitimate stock trading educational services and newsletters out there that actually aim to teach subscribers the inner workings of the market and are completely transparent with their strategies.

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Matt Thomas

Founder of, Creator of the Trading Success Framework Course & Trading Paradigm Skool Community, and Intraday Futures Trader Using Auction Market Theory & Profiling (Volume & Market Profile).

One Comment

  • SCHILO says:

    Hello sir. So I read your page and I found it interesting. I had been thinking about going into penny stocks but like most people I did not know where to begin and with your page now I do so thank you. I found it nicely built – thank you.

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