C$49 for a Four-Day Online Stock-Trading Course from Bulls on Wall Street (Up to US$1,500 Value)
- Pay: $49
- Value: $1500
- Savings: $1451
Intensive online course teaches comprehensive system for analyzing and acting on profitable future trades
Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must activate by the expiration date on your Groupon, unlimited access expires 6 months after activation date.
Though he was known for spinning straw into gold, a penniless Rumpelstiltskin spent his twilight years trying to spin shoelaces into a high-yield 401(k). Plan for the future with this Groupon.
C$49 for a Four-Day In-Depth Online Stock-Trading Class (US$1,500 Value)
Financial trainers impart the basics of short-term stock trading through a series of four online classes. Students will receive a digital course book and can watch live or view a prerecorded version later in the day. Lessons cover setting up charts and indicators, scanning for potential plays, and how to implement day-trading setups. The class also includes six months of access to the Bulls on Wall Street trading community, as well as one-on-one questions and tips from instructors. See course dates here.
Bulls on Wall Street
Professional day trader, CEO, and founder Kunal Desai has been trading for over 10 years. Desai founded Bulls on Wall Street to help new or experienced traders play an active role in their financial futures, offering classes on scanning, buying, and selling stocks. Bulls on Wall Street helps finance students learn a comprehensive system for scanning, buying, and selling on the stock market. Experienced traders lead customers through an intensive 16-day boot camp, where they share the secrets of their cogent system for analyzing each opportunity they encounter. Students quickly learn how to read indexes, scale out profitable positions, and land a seamless back flip into a pool of gold coins. Members also enjoy access to the Bulls Trading Floor chat room, where they can bounce ideas and secure advice from full-time traders.
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