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Whether you're a new or experienced trader, take your trading to new levels with our live, online mentorships. Each coach has their own strategies, secrets, and tips for selecting stocks, setting up trades, exiting trades, and much more! Ask questions and get immediate feedback. From the comfort and privacy of your own home, you can learn how a particular coach finds and analyzes trades. One of the most effective ways to quickly pick up new skills is to learn from an experienced mentor.
THE MORNING LAB
Spend two hours with BetterTrades trading coach Bill Corcoran each day that the market is in session and get a feel for how the market trades under live conditions. The Morning Lab is a paper-trading lab, where students are able to learn and practice their skills in a safe non-funded environment. The goal is to help students get to the point where they're capable and confident to begin trading on their own. The focus of the Morning Lab is to learn short-term strategies, expiration day strategies, intraday strategies, short-term credit spreads and pivot points.

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MARKAY LATIMER'S TRADER TALK LIVE
Markay has a gift for explaining stock market charts and indicators in a clear and simple way, and by interacting with her two times a week, you'll soon catch on to her system for identifying potential trades. Viewing the market through Markay's eyes is an education in itself. Markay keeps it simple by buying and selling calls and puts. Once she's found a stock that's ready to move, you'll see how it is possible to ride the wave of momentum to potential profits.

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RYAN LITCHFIELD'S TRADER TALK LIVE
Time and again, Ryan has seen good trades go bad because of emotional responses from the trader, but he can help new traders learn to prevent common mistakes and help experienced traders break bad trading habits. Ryan is a pioneer in bracket trading and in Japanese candlesticks. Listen in as Ryan reveals his methods for decoding indicators to discover trading opportunities. Ryan teaches a regular Trader Talk and also an Advanced Trader Talk. When you learn from Ryan, you'll discover how it is possible to take your opinion out of trading and trade in a less stressful and more enjoyable way.

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ROB'S MONSTER MARKET MOVERS
Would you trade the market differently if you could see into the future? Of course you would! While that's not possible, there are ways spotting signs and clues that have the potential to be very helpful. Join Rob once a month to tackle the market and find these potential opportunities!

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BetterTradesĀ® provides strategies and education designed to inform and teach you about trading and how our strategies, when applied properly, have the potential to limit downside risk and create trading profits. There is no assurance, however, that you will be a profitable trader based upon what you learn from BetterTrades. All trading and investment activity subjects you to the risk of loss, including losses greater than your original investment. This means that you should not trade with money that you cannot afford to lose.

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Because hypothetical or simulated trading examples do not represent actual trading, they have limitations. They are designed with hindsight and, therefore, can be biased to select favorable performance results. Also, since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under or over compensated for certain factors such as the lack of market liquidity.