Free Lessons

Watch these free lessons to get a feel for what you’ll learn in our courses.

Trading Psychology

Why 75% of Traders Lose Money

The biggest reason why traders lose money is because they do the opposite of what they should do. The reason why 90% of traders lose money is because they don't understand trading psychology. The biggest mistakes traders make is being fearful when they should be hopeful, and being hopeful when they should be fearful. And that's why traders fail. Most retail traders lose money because their emotions cause them to make mistakes. If you want to know how to make money in the stock market, and how to make money with options, you have to understand trading psychology and learn how to eliminate your emotions, keep your winners longer, and cut your losses sooner.

How to Set Up Webull for Trading Success

Setting up EMAs, RSI, and MACD

In this Webull setup tutorial, you will learn how to setup Webull for trading success. You will learn how to setup your charts and how to add Exponential Moving Averages (Webull EMA Line Setup), Relative Strength Index (Webull RSI setup), and Moving Average Convergence Divergence (Webull MACD Setup).

How to Make Tons of Money Selling Options

How to Easily Sell Put Spreads, Call Spreads, and Iron Condors for Massive Profits!

In this Multi-Leg Options Trading lesson, you'll learn how to easily make a ton of money with multi-leg options. It doesn’t matter if stocks go up, down, or trade sideways, you can make a killing using the multi-leg option strategies that you'll learn in this free lesson.

Market Psychology

What Millionaires Know That You Don't

Learn the secret market psychology methods millionaires use to make money in the stock market.

Risk Management

How to Manage Risk in the Stock Market

In this Risk Management lesson, you'll learn how to manage risk in the stock market to limit swings in your portfolio and reduce the chance that you experience heavy losses. You will learn about risk tolerance, diversification, asset allocation percentages, when to use margin, and how to modify these suggested risk management ideas to fit your own personal risk tolerance level.

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