Frequently Asked Questions
What type of trades to you do?
We have been trading anything from micro-cap penny stocks to stocks trading above $20/per share. It all depends on what your situation is. You can invest in large cap stocks with more movement, but they will require more capital.
What is the minimum to start?
This is solely up to you. Personally, I would base it off a few factors:
What broker should I use?
We have a list of brokers we refer to our students so you can make a better choice depending on your situation. These brokers do not have a minimum requirement to start trading as certain brokers do.
I live outside the U.S., can I still invest in the U.S. market?
There are no laws against non-citizens trading U.S. securities. However, stock brokers and online trading sites can put conditions on your access to the market and will require some basic information to open an account.
Most big brokerages now allow you to trade online, but require an application before they will set up the account. A brokerage may also restrict access; E*Trade, for example, does not allow non-U.S. citizens to open accounts online, but will allow a non-citizen to apply through the mail. A broker will also ask for a Social Security number, a taxpayer identification number, or a W-8BEN if your residence is outside of the U.S.
What would I be getting with the student enrollment?
Each enrollment depends on your own personally situation and level of trading. You wouldn't pay a college tuition for high school classes, same with our program. The bare basic tuition plan includes:
I paid the tuition, but having trouble downloading the ebook. What's wrong?
In cases where the ebook does not allow you to download it after payment, contact us immediately and we will send you a copy within 24 hours.