PROVO, Utah, June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In a strategic move to make it easier for people to participate in the benefits of trading, Apiary Fund (www.apiaryfund.com) today announced it has changed the fee structure of its training for associates who join with the fund.
Beginning immediately, associates will no longer have to pay an upfront fee to begin the Apiary Fund training program. Instead, associates will simply begin paying a monthly $97 fee the company charges for access to its trading platform for simulated trading, training, training materials and all the information available to people learning to trade.
Additionally, Apiary Fund has started three new classes that are required to graduate.
- Risk Management
- Trading Psychology
- Trading for Consistency
Once training is complete, there is a $997 fee required to take these classes to finish graduation. All fees are for training, materials, and access to the trading platform for simulated trading. There is no investment into the fund required once they become a trader.
"The reason we're changing the price structure is to help make it easier for people to get involved in the Apiary Fund community," said Shawn Lucas, Apiary Fund founder and CEO. "Those who are ready and want to become a full trader will need to pay the additional fee to cover their tests and graduation fees."
The three new classes are designed specifically to help people better manage risk and how to fully engrain the best practices that will help people become successful traders.
Recently, the company launched the Apiary Fund globally. The Fund is a unique trading fund allowing participants to manage Apiary's money and share in the profits. Apiary fund first teaches and trains people how to invest, and second, provides a supplementary income by sharing in the profits of successful trades in the fund – all with no investment risk to the student.
Located in Provo, Utah, Apiary Fund is a private company with a unique trading platform combining a brokerage, commercial finance education and proprietary funds. Apiary trained traders use Apiary's money to make trades and share in the profits. Other than course tuition, there is no personal investment or risk.
SOURCE Apiary Fund