1) Attend each day of the Stock Market Workshop. Please be sure to sign in for each Workshop day.
2) View each of the online training courses found within your Education Center account and complete the assessment
with a pass rate of at least 70%. Assessment may be taken multiple times until 70% is achieved.
3) Complete 20 paper trades with at least 10 of those being options trades.
4) Complete 20 live options and/or stock trades within 60 days of completing the Workshop. A “Trade” is deﬁned
as any buy or sell transaction of an option or stock (paper trades do not qualify). The aggregated trade
volume, as deﬁned as total funds traded in and/or through the account during the 60-day trade period immediately
following the workshop, must be equal to $1000 ($50 average per trade).
Students who have Received Tuition Reimbursement
DISCLAIMER: Tuition reimbursement is an incentive that is occasionally included in the purchase of an introductory training workshop.
The terms and conditions of each tuition reimbursement incentive are unique and can be found on the certificate included in the relevant
purchase. Customer stories and case studies of tuition reimbursement presented below are generally not incorporated into advertising and
sales presentations. Customers represented herein purchased varying levels of education and training. Individual results vary and may not
be typical. Results rely on individual effort, time, and skill of each customer, as well as market conditions and other factors. Outside
of incentive programs such as tuition reimbursement, we are unable to track monetary results. Instead, we survey for customer satisfaction
concerning the value of the education, training, support, and overall satisfaction. Survey respondents typically rate their experience of
our products and services over 4.8/5. Survey results are comprised of an average rating across all products and services within a 12-month
period. Some case studies may include representations regarding earnings, time, and effort. You should not view such representations as typical,
common, or expected. Do not base a decision to purchase education and training on any tuition reimbursement story or case study.