OCT 11: Online Trading Stock and Option Education

by David Jenyns on October 11, 2006

Itís not easy to learn as much as we need to know about the stock market to act upon online trading stock and option transactions. Sure we can get free tips and an overview from several websites but where can we go to really sink our teeth into this online stock market phenomenon? Tradingacademy.com is one place online where you can learn all you need to know about online trading stock and option transactions. It is tuition based but there are some brokerage companies that will refund your tuition after you deposit money with them.

Trading Academy

Tradingacademy.com has online courses as well as brick and mortar training facilities. Read everything thoroughly before parting with any of your tuition money and also check the Better Business Bureaus in the cities they do business in before you choose to pay to learn about online trading stock and option deals.

Stock Trading School

Stocktradingschool.com is another site that, for a price, will teach you how to play in the stock market sandbox online. This one looks like a lot of fun. You get to play a sample of the course and thatís what sold me. It actually comes as a 4 disk set for $399 which each disk purported to be about 90 minutes long. The website also states this is from a 2-day live seminar in Irvine CA. The graphics are great and I love the way you get to see the stock market ticker or at least a simulation thereof while heís talking. This one might be worth checking out.

World Wide Traders

Worldwidetraders.com is another online educational site that offers free introductory courses as well as tuition based courses on day trading. There is a so-called library on the site but it is only for books for sale and these are several years old. Iím not sure how up-to-date this site is but you may want to check it out for online trading stock and option education.

Traders Brain

Tradersbrain.com calls itself an internet library for stock traders but it works a little different than my public library. They say you can check out a book and they will mail it to you for a fee of between $4.95 and $19.95. Then you get to keep it for 35 days and then you send it back. Of course, if you want to buy it you can at a reduced price. Personally, I think it would be a good concept as a used book store instead of a ďlibrary. Just having to pay to check it out and then having to send it back is not my cup of tea but you might want to check it out.

Of course, Iím just doing the Google thing. I donít really know much about these sites but I was very impressed with stocktradingschool.com and I have absolutely no affiliation with them. Wherever you decide to go for your online trading stock and option education, read the fine print!

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