Learn to Trade

Wall Street Survivor Trading Simulator & Education Review

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If you are looking for a bunch of information about learning how to trade stocks and also are ready to be hit with free offer after free offer then this is the site for you. The upside is the gamification of the site with investing leagues etc. can really fuel your competitive nature. Since Wall Street Survivor is not a brokerage you also do not need to open up a trading account and provide sensitive information. Here is the downside about all paper trading accounts, trading demos, and trading simulators. They do not replicate the actual fear and greed that comes when you have your real hard-earned money on the line. The actual process of signing up for Wall Street Survivor is as simple as filling out a form and password. Since it is browser-based there is no need to install trading software. I think this site is really great for someone that is wanting to learn the basics of trading stocks and is willing to sift through the offers to find the free trading course content. What I really do not like about the site was there is nowhere to create a watchlist that you can monitor a basket […]

Trading Platform Review

Robinhood or Webull For Stock Trading?

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Trading Simulator Review Webull v. Robinhood. Financial trading disrupters Robinhood and Webull both offer commission-free trading to investors looking to open up an account. However, in terms of providing a paper trading account to test your trading this battle never even started. Webull is the only one that offers a demo account to trade without risking money at the time of writing this article. About Webull Trading Platform Webull offers an easy to download platform for Mac, Windows, Mobile and the browser chrome. I was able to download and in a couple of clicks be able to view stocks, options, bonds, ETFs, and Cryptocurrencies. In terms of a low barrier to testing out a platform this was about as easy as it gets. After downloading the Mac version of Webull software for my laptop I was us and able to start customizing a watch list of stocks to paper trade. The charting capabilities were pretty standard but intuitive to use. At the top of the chart are the various time intervals that you can use from minute charts, hourly, daily, weekly, etc.. The ability to select between bar charts, candlesticks, line or area charts, etc. was really easy to switch […]