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  • Foundations to the Stock Market
  • ​Stock Exchanges
  • ​Broad Market Overview
  • ​Using Market/Sector Strength
  • ​News Impact
  • ​Tools Needed
  • ​Brokers/Platform Basics
  • ​Types of Trading Accounts
  • ​Understanding the PDTR
  • ​Retirement Accounts (USA/CAD)
  • ​Anatomy of a Stock Trade
  • ​Stock Splits
  • Stock Halts
  • ​Breaking News & Catalysts
  • ​Ordertypes
  • ​Order Entry
  • ​Times & Sales
  • ​Price Ladder
  • ​Fast Trading
  • ​Building Watchlists
  • ​Top/Down Approach
  • ​Intro to Large Caps
  • ​Pennystocks
  • ​Broker Market vs Dealer Market
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