Professional Day Trader Network: Short Selling Tutorials For Amateurs Updated

The platform’s latest launch sees an expansion of its short selling tutorials, designed to help amateur day traders broaden their skill sets and find consistency in all phases of market activity. MIC’s state-of-the-art learning management system offers subscribers a large collection of training resources, accessible on demand from anywhere in the world.

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The announcement shares details of the platform’s mentorship program which provides a way for beginners to get one-to-one tuition from established traders. The short selling topics are explained by seasoned professionals who have made millions of dollars in the stock market and can now pass on their wisdom to a new generation of financiers.

In an inversion of standard trading practice, short selling centers upon predictions and assessments of stocks that seem likely to fall rather than increase in price. While this method is of particular help in bear market conditions, this versatile strategy is a worthy addition to any trader’s arsenal of techniques. However, short selling, also known as shorting, does come with significant risks if the price of an identified stock rises dramatically rather than falls as anticipated.

MIC members learn how to use financial instruments like CFDs (contracts for differences). These allow traders to open short positions without having to actually own the underlying assets. These contracts are agreements between brokers and traders, acquired via margin accounts, which obligate the exchange of price differentials over a specified time period. Traders effectively borrow stocks, wait for the price to drop, buy them back, and pocket the difference in profit before returning them to the broker.

Because short selling eases the burden of possessing real capital, it can provide a way for small account traders to compete for stocks that might otherwise be out of reach. This is tempered with a greater risk of losses but the potential earnings are nonetheless compelling. MIC subscribers also learn how to manage this risk and avoid the pitfalls of ‘short squeezes’ and failing to meet maintenance requirements – the minimum amount a trader must have in their account after purchasing securities with a broker’s loan.

A spokesperson says, “We have video lessons on every single aspect of trading so when you need to learn something, you have multiple lessons from multiple mentors on that very topic.”

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