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Bulls on Wall Street Launches Scholarship for Stock Trading Education Program

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Trading education group, Bulls on Wall Street, offering scholarships to intensive stock trading education course – the 60-day Stock Trading Bootcamp – and are now accepting applications online.

New York, NY (July 08, 2014) – Bulls on Wall Street (BoWS) founder, Kunal Desai, has announced a scholarship initiative for their most popular education program, the 60-day Trading Bootcamp, starting July 27th, 2014.

The bootcamp provides students an in-depth education of the fundamentals necessary to trade stocks online profitably. For the first four weeks of the program, classes are held via live webinar four nights a week, and are recorded and archived for later viewing if needed. The next month involves more coursework and 30 minute meetings with Mr. Desai three days a week after the market closes to go over the day’s activities and discuss the market’s events and opportunities.

Once the initial 60 days is over, however, the program keeps going. The third month is when all of the preparation and education comes to fruition, as students get to use a live trading simulator to trade in real time, and get instant feedback and supervision from the BoWS team. This section can be done on the student’s own time, any time, and is an opportunity to fine tune new skills and see how decisions play out on the live market without any financial risk. The direct, personal mentorship from the BoWS team is what sets their education programs apart.

The 60-day Bootcamp was created for both novice traders, and experienced traders hoping to hone their skills or dive deeper into online stock trading. Mr. Desai has spent more than a decade creating his proven methods of success, and is now dedicating his time teaching other people how to make money in the stock market. He often brings in special guests during Bootcamps, like trading psychologist Dr. Menaker to help develop the student’s mindset early on in their trading career.

“With a 71% win rate last year and nearly 100,000 trades in my career, I know what works and what doesn’t,” explains Desai. “I’ve developed a method of trading that, if learned correctly and used consistently, will give you the tools you need to be successful trader.”

The successful applicant will demonstrate a keen interest in learning the nuances of the market, and is willing to commit to the time and work necessary to be successful in the program. This scholarship provides 100% coverage of the $5000 tuition. Mr. Desai and his team are looking for someone with a unique drive to learn, someone who will benefit from their mentorship.

Applicants must be 18 or older, and speak and understand English. For full eligibility requirements and to apply online, please go to the scholarship application page before July 25th, 2014 at midnight. Any questions regarding the Bootcamp or the scholarship, please contact the BoWS team at http://bullsonwallstreet.com/60-day-bootcamp-scholarship-stock-trading-education/

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Through webinars, exclusive content, and live trade chat rooms, the BoWS team teaches people how to analyze the market and trade stocks for profit, either part time or full time. They stress taking the time for education on the market before jumping into any trading, and provide the tools to do so.

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