What's the best home study course for option trading?
Good morning everyone. Okay, I've been trading stocks for about 3 years now and have become interested in option trading. I've noticed a lot of good online home study courses but just don't know which one would do me justice. Has anybody had any success with one of these programs for a beginner option trader ?
You can pay a lot of money to a company like Investools for an option course or less money to DTITrader.com for their course, but what about for free?
Brokers like optionsxpress.com have detailed programs for free that cover options and have Virtual platforms (live data) where you can practice your trades real time. Test out what you are learning.
Please can anyone help with finding free online survey & data entry jobs always available to anyone worldwide?
I like to find global online paid surveys and simple data entry jobs that's always available and open to anyone, anywhere worldwide. I'll quite appreciate any help in this regard because most offers from sources elsewhere don't seem perfect, & place high costs on joining.
I've been doing some work with www.elance.com the past week, all the work is home based, data entry, transcription etc.
The only thing is you're competing against people from countries where the hourly rate of pay is a lot lower, so not sure if it would be worth it for you. Also have a look at the jobs listed here, most are applicable to us,canada,europe, its quite good, thats where I found the above link. Http://dataentry-jobsearch.blogspot.com/ Its been updated today to include some Craft type jobs which can be done from home, mainly re-distribution, but it possible to make good money from it if you work hard. So many online jobs are out there. In fact, to do any online job, you need not want to invest anything. Make sure, you dont pay anything to get jobs online. It is just that need to pick the one that suits you the best. I hope this helps you and I believe you will find the online job that you love the most. Thanks
What is the best way to start saving money?
I am pretty young, and make over $40K. My necessary expenses are significantly less than my take-home pay right now and I have no debt whatsoever. I do contribute to a retirement plan. What are the most productive ways for me to start saving money?
Write them down on a sheet of paper.
Paste them over your computer.
Goals can be anything such as:
A down payment on a home someday, buying a car for cash (no loans), taking a vacation.
Open a savings account.
Every paycheck – transfer money to that savings account.
You can do this online – transferring is free if you have both accounts at same bank.
Your first goal needs to be to have at least 6 to 9 months worth of living expenses in a savings account.
Get on that goal today in case of unexpected events such as losing your job, or needing extensive car repairs.
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I hate my job now. If anyone ever work online from home please tell me a website. Thank you in advance.
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How does home-schooling work?
I am a sophomore in public high school right now, but due to some mental issues it has become to hard to work in the normal school environment. So my parents and I have decided to start online homeschooling next year. Could someone please explain how online home schooling works? Do they just give you a certain amount of work and you do it all online or how does it work? Thank you(:
Online schooling that is ‘free' is NOT HOMESCHOOLING. It is public school which explains why it's ‘free' – the taxpayer pays for it, just like public school. Online Public schools are subject to all the same rules and regulations as your regular public schools (testing, 180 day attendance, subjects, etc.)
The difference is legal. Homeschooling is governed by a different set of laws and requires a parent to take legal responsibility for your education. Parents are responsible for creating your curriculum, purchasing all materials at their own expense and teaching you.
Depending on the kinds of problems you are having, I would advise you to think carefully about moving to an online public school. Will those problems be eased? Or will you still be under the same pressure to do lessons you are having difficulty with?
Do some more research with your parents before you make a final decision, you have plenty of time between now and September. Your solution needs to be the right one for you – not the easiest or most convenient. The right one.
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