Financial Bootcamp



Need a financial crash course for teens? Then, our Financial Bootcamp is just what you’re looking for! This intense introductory course delivers comprehensive lessons in an afternoon chat fashion rather than a serious lecture hall setting, making learning a fun and engaging experience. Below are just some of the topics covered in the course.

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Psychology of Spending

Understanding and overcoming spending triggers can help you maintain a budget and create healthier spending habits.

Benefits of Good Credit

Financial success is more than money in the bank – but also how well your credit is managed. Maintaining good credit is a money saver and offers better opportunities.

Future Planning

Planning for the future can help keeps you on track to reach your goals. It can also better position you for life’s unexpected events

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Teach Me Like A Tot



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It’s finally time to unravel the enigma of the financial markets! Our signature-animated, friendly and casual approach is the perfect course. In this in-depth program, you’ll learn about different investment products, chart reading, and much more. We’ll also tackle risk management —a vital skill for any savvy investor. Our animated program makes getting started easy and entertaining, which means understanding the financial markets just got a whole lot more enjoyable.

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Technical Analysis

This simple study of past price data helps traders identify patterns and suggest future movements in a security’s price.

Risk Management

This is one of the most important aspects of trading. Managing risk can potentially help maximize profits and minimize losses.

Investment Products

We will explain the different investment products available to investors, each with its own unique set of risks and rewards.


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Whom is the investment course written for?

The course is written for anyone who wants to learn more about investing and how to make informed investment decisions. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced investor, the course provides you with essential knowledge and tips to help you become a successful investor.

The course is also suitable for people who want to learn about different investment options and how to choose the right investment for their needs. It provides an in-depth look at each type of investment, along with information on how to research and assess risk before making a decision.

Is there any investment that is guaranteed?

No, investments are not guaranteed. While there are many ways to minimize your risk when investing, there is always some element of risk involved. For example, if you invest in a company that goes bankrupt, you may lose all or part of your investment. You can always consult a financial advisor to help you choose investments that fit your risk tolerance.

Do all investments carry the same risk?

No. Different investments come with different levels of risk and it’s important to understand all risks involved before investing. For example, FOREX and commodities involve a higher level of risk than stocks, where stocks may hold more risk than bonds.

That said, it’s important to remember that even the safest investment can lose money if the market declines. So, it’s always important to do your research before you invest and to understand the risks involved with each investment.

How can you tell if an investment is right for you?

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the right investment for you will depend on your specific financial situation and goals. However, some tips to help you decide if an investment is right for you include:
1) Do your research – Before investing in any type of security, be sure to do your homework and understand the risks and rewards involved.
2) Consider your risk tolerance – If you’re not comfortable with taking on risk, you may want to avoid investments that could potentially lose value.
3) Ask a professional – If you’re still unsure whether a particular investment is right for you, it can’t hurt to get a second opinion from a financial advisor.

Can I use on multiple devices?

Absolutely, we’d love to bend over backwards for you, but even we have our limits. Each purchase is restricted to two registered devices only—so no sneaky business!  If run into issues, shoot us a note and we will get you up and running in no time.