The platform’s latest launch sees the addition of short bias and short-selling strategies to the extensive list of topics covered in the MIC syllabus. Subscribers to the website are given automatic membership of the MIC chatroom – a global community of day trading enthusiasts who are eager to learn and share their experiences with one another.

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The announcement underlines the passion and commitment of MIC’s founders – Alex Temiz and Bao Nguyen – to provide traders of all skill levels with a more meaningful learning path towards self-sufficiency in the stock market. The mentorship program connects members with successful financiers who have spent years perfecting their trading craft and now wish to pass on that knowledge to a new generation.

An article by refers to bias as a psychological phenomenon within the stock market. Traders base their decisions on pre-conceived ideas about what stocks are likely to rise or fall in value. Those with a short bias tend to favor speculation on stocks that will decrease in price whereas long-bias traders build positions that take advantage of a predicted market rise.

The MIC teaching team helps members understand the methodology behind these commonly-used hedge fund strategies and apply it to their own day trading practice. The platform hosts weekly webinars that analyze current market activity alongside demonstrations of various technical and fundamental analysis techniques. All content is recorded and stored within the company’s state-of-the-art learning management system – a video encyclopedia of education resources covering virtually every topic within day trading practice.

MIC stands out from rival platforms not just on the price of its subscription but also thanks to the industry-leading access that members get to their assigned mentors. The panel of experts can be reached seven days a week via voice call or direct messaging to answer questions and provide guidance.

Members can also sign up for a seven-hour Accelerator Course – tailor-made for those who are new to the day trading space. This covers all the essential terminology alongside modules on short selling, scanning software, risk management, stock splits, and reading SEC filings.

A spokesperson says, “It took Bao and Alex a combined 15 years of trial and error and tens of thousands in tuition (losses) paid to the market before finding consistency on their own without mentorship. Now they’re revolutionizing trading education and setting the gold standard for what professional mentorship and education should be for day traders.”

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