Learn-To-Trade.com has compiled the following trading resources to answer any questions you may have about our program or trading in general.

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Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE): 

The CBOE is the world’s largest options exchange and informative source for options trading. It features full access to press releases, annual reports, and trading news. The site contains more than 100 different index and exchange-traded fund option products.

CME Group: 

The leading derivatives marketplace in the world, CME Group handles three billion contracts, averaging $1.0 quadrillion annually. CME Group serves as a central marketplace for buyers and sellers, providing access to users across the world, with the broadest range of the most liquid financial derivatives markets available.


CNBC is a recognized leader in business news, providing real-time financial and business information for close to 400 million homes worldwide. Their vast digital portfolio allows CNBC to deliver real-time market news across multiple online platforms. CNBC’s North American programming runs live 16 hours per day, from 4:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m.


The world’s first electronic market, the NASDAQ OMX system operates in 26 markets with 3,400 companies and a $8.5 trillion market value. It’s the first exchange to offer wireless connectivity and is the leading provider of electronic-only on-the-run trading of U.S. Treasury securities. The NASDAQ is one of the top sources of trading, exchange technology, and public company services across six continents.

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE): 

The NYSE is the world’s biggest stock exchange, with market capitalization of its listed companies at over $16.0 trillion. Owned by the holding company Intercontinental Exchange, the NYSE is the foremost stage to buy and sell stocks in public companies. With its acceptance of electronic trade, the NYSE continues to hold its position as leader in this industry.


An alphabetical listing of common trading terms and their meanings. [click here]

Trader FAQs

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