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Learn how to become a successful trader regardless of market conditions. Our comprehensive course will teach even an absolute beginner to become a pro.
Trade live in the Bulls Vision trading floor with Video Feed + Chat, Complete Access to Blog, Live Trade Alerts and Exclusive Webinars.
Meet The Team
We are a family business that started with just a couple students who took one of our classes. As we have grown, we have retained that family atmosphere and become a team.
Founder Kunal Desai started Bulls on Wall St. to share his extensive trading experience and help others achieve their financial goals. After years spent trading together, student Maribeth Willoughby joined him as Vice President.
Why Choose Us?
14 years, thousands of students
Founder Kunal Desai has been trading for 14 years, made thousands of trades and taught over 1,000 students to become pro traders.
True university style courses for an amazing value. Complete with quizzes, homework and projects to fully immerse you in your training.
At the end of your bootcamp training enter our trading simulator to practice virtually with exact conditions of a real trading environment.
We train students to not only look at simple chart patterns, but to consider every aspect of a prospective trade.
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Each person that comes through our door will not only get a world class education in terms of our proprietary methodologies, but will also be developed on a psychological and emotional level.
Director of Operations
- November 25th, 2015Recovering from a $5,000 mistake on $VLTC
- October 27th, 2015Starting a Trading Business
- November 30th, 2015How to Beat the Stock Market by Trading December Seasonality