Stock Market Trading for Beginners Course


In this stock market course for beginners you will get an Introduction to stock market trading and stock chart reading. This is a live webinar replay with stock market trader and coach Jason Brown of The Brown Report.

In this stock market course for beginners webinar you will learn about the mindset it takes to be a stock trader, how its possible to make a million dollars in the stock market in 5 years and look some real live stock charts.



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  1. I have heard that it is possible to buy a stock after it peaks on way down then sell before it hits bottom, they call that shorting, so at 40:23 in this video would that not be a good place to buy at the first indication that it is dropping then sell once you earned your 10% … don't be to greedy or absent so as to not see when you should sell before it hits bottom ?

  2. your info is by far the best I've heard on YouTube. I will be resigning my job in about a month to start my own business. I have about $10,000 in my retirement account after being taxed. I am going to use about $7000 to invest in stock trading and the remaining in other investments. thanks again!

  3. the hardest part is choosing the right ipo to invest in and timing. that is hard to teach. its really having knowledge on the product and knowing the industry

  4. well explained. I love all your videos. I already purchased your foundation course.& learn a lot. You nailed it. I was able to buy some FB shares. I will definitely join your coaching group soon. Well done & keep you the good work

  5. Jason, you're a wonderful teacher. I'm a 38 y/o female who just lost her job and getting divorced, and I have to say, as a woman trying to get into this industry is intimidating, but somehow you make it seems possible and exciting! Thank you for what you do and let me know if you need a partner/guinea pig/fan club 🙂

  6. I'm new to the stock market. I'm kind of confuse about where to begin… I would like to open a Roth with my $3500k and buy an ETF. Would that strategy yield the same reult like the five year, $4000k plan compounding example you showed everyone in the beginning of the video? Where are you investing that 4K example is that through an ETF or Mutual fund through Vanguard, Fidelity or TDAMERITRADE etc? Also should I continue to contribute to the initial $4000k or sit back and wait for five years? Thank you in advance and keep up the good work!

  7. hey what broker would you recommend me use as a 1st time trade and os this information good use for currencies or commodities ?

  8. I have never really invested or traded stocks simply because if the fees. With the robbinhood app I have began to buy as little as 1 share and as many as 30. what do you think about buying 1 or 2 shares with no commission fees? GE, PAYPAL, DISNEY, 1 share each. Ford 10 shares, amd 6 shares. is this a micro scale of a rich mans portfolio? I'm in it for learning.

  9. Im out here in Canada, form my understanding I can start trading/ paper Trading if I find a broker / discount broke correct? from there i can just buy & sell stocks. BUT where would i get the graphing software? which stock should i start paper trading with? i am assuming you dont do pennystock since they are somewhat short term.

    as a Canadian can I trade on the US market? and am I able to join your group/ follow your forum since they are base US stocks.

  10. hi I'm not sure what's the next move… is there a software I need or anything… I'm down to start and learn but I'm not sure what next to do

  11. Good stuff! I am starting almost with nothing financially, because of health and other issues, but at least I'm going to start.


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