Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to the most frequently asked questions:
Neither Investor's Choice, its subsidiaries, franchisees, distributors, employees, representatives nor independent contractors are licensed financial advisors. We strongly recommend that you consult with a licensed financial professional for all financial advice.
No, you will not need a brokerage account to start learning about the Stock Market. As soon as you have the confidence and the right investment strategy in place, you can open a brokerage account.
No, Investor's Choice does not tell you what to buy. Investor's Choice provides the information and education to enable you to analyze your own trades.
Our courses are designed to allow you to set your own pace. You can take as little or as much time as you would like to review the course material. We have found, though, that those clients who spend more time studying tend to perform better on the markets.
Investor's Choice is not a brokerage firm. Investor's Choice offers you the tools, information and education on how to become an active trader.
Investor's Choice provides all of the training and tutorials you will need to become acquainted with the tools you will be using. We also provide you with a 24 hour backup and support service in order to assist you.
Investor's Choice offers courses and Investor's clubs which cater for beginner, intermediate and advanced traders. Therefore, regardless of your investing experience, we will accommodate you.
Your investing style will determine how much time per day you need to devote in your investing. The more active you are in your investing, the more time you will need to spend analyzing potential trades and monitoring your current trades.
You do not have to have any experience on the Stock Market to become a subscriber. Our Sharetrackin software and courses are developed to provide you with the information you need to start trading.