courses marketplace

Things have gotten pretty exciting here at Wall Street Survivor over the last little while. Since we launched the WSS educational platform, our courses have been completed over 80,000 times!


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Learning how the stock market functions is a key ingredient to creating an investment strategy. And that’s why we’ve decided to take an even more aggressive approach on pairing quality education with our stock simulator.

We are excited to announce that, in about 3 weeks:

 

Wall Street Survivor is launching a new Premium Courses Marketplace.

 


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What does this mean?

All existing users will be given lifetime access to the courses they’ve already started. The majority of coursepacks will be for pay moving forward, costing between $20- $100. Everyone will always have access to previous courses taken, and maintaining their progression levels and badges.

With a growing curriculum of over 60 courses, we’ve come to realize that this is where the true value of Wall Street Survivor lies. Courses are becoming a paid product in order to support the continued production of the best in financial education.

We’ll also be introducing 3 brand new coursepacks:

Introduction to Technical Analysis I & II

These two coursepacks will guide you through the complex world of technical analysis, a topic very lightly touched on WSS up until now. Powered by InvestingTeacher.com, these interactive courses teach you how to analyze a stock price chart and make investing decisions based on technical data.

Introduction to technical analysis

Introduction to the Financial Industry 

This coursepack will take you through what we know today as the financial industry. We’ll look at the history of money, how the stock market and financial industry came to be, and some of the historical events that shaped our economy.  We’ll focus in on recessions, bubbles and crashes; and take a close look at the 2008 Financial Crisis.

introduction to the financial industry

Why are we launching the Courses Marketplace?

Not many people understand the basics of investing, much less the stock market. Finance is a black box, and the learning material you typically find on the web doesn’t make it any easier to understand.

Online financial education typically comes in two forms: the dry textbook full of jargon and technical complexities, and the long-winded advertisement pushing this fund or that financial advisor.

The WSS Courses Marketplace filters out the noise, by curating only the best possible financial education content out there.

What does this mean for you?

  • All existing users of the site will be given lifetime access to the courses they’ve already started.
  • The majority of coursepacks will be for pay moving forward, costing between $20 – $100.
  • You will always have access to previous courses taken, and maintain progression levels and badges.

We would love to hear your feedback and answer any questions you have. Leave your comments in the section below! 



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