Warrior Trading seeks to create an inclusive community where all feel welcomed, respected, and supported. Due to the virtual nature of our education and the importance of frequent updates to our courses, there are some limitations to the accessibility that we can provide to Warrior Trading members with disabilities.
We've included information below to help answer questions that we often receive regarding how one's abilities might affect the opportunity to take full advantage of the resources that are included in our memberships.
- For deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals
- For those with limited/low vision or with visual impairments
- For individuals with limited motor skills
- For those with learning or cognitive disabilities
If you're interested in exploring our program further to see if it might be a good fit for you and your needs, we do have some low-cost trials available as well as video demonstrations that can help you explore what we have to offer before making a full commitment. To contact us to learn more, please use this portal to submit a ticket, or email us directly at email@example.com
For deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals
At this time, our recorded classes do not have closed captioning, and we also do not have captioning in our live chat room or group mentoring sessions. Therefore, we do not recommend our program for deaf traders, as it would be difficult to take full advantage of our memberships at this time.
The Warrior Trading Support Team is actively working to add closed captioning to the recorded classes in our education curriculum. At this time, we are not able to provide an estimated launch date for closed captioning as we are a small team and there are many hours of captions to create and comb through for accuracy. While we are not required to provide captioning for our classes due to not being an accredited post-secondary institution, we believe that doing so is a worthwhile project which will expand the accessibility of our education to more traders. In the meantime, we are aware that some of our members use apps or browser add-ons that allow their browsers to add captions to videos. Click here for a helpful resource for live captioning provided by Google in the Chrome browser.
While captioning will become available for the recorded classes in the future, many of the components of our program which are live (such as the live trading rooms and mentor sessions) are not scheduled for captioning.
You are welcome to check in again in the future to see if we have implemented any changes that may be helpful for you! In the meantime, we have many free resources such as Ross’s ebook that we would be happy to provide for free.
For those with limited/low vision or with visual impairments
Trading can sometimes present challenges for the visually impaired due to the importance of visual tools like stock scanners and fast-moving stock charts. Most trading platforms do have color customizations so that traders with color vision deficiency can select color schemes that work best for them.
Since the learning process (particularly in the beginning) requires extra time, we recommend that all members consider the number of hours per week that they may spend in front of the computer watching educational videos, learning from the chat rooms, and observing and trading stock patterns in a simulator before moving forward with the purchase of a membership.
Our chat room does currently have functionality for dark mode.
For individuals with limited motor skills
While motor skills may not necessarily be a strong factor when it comes to watching our class videos, they will be in demand during the act of trading itself.
Warrior Trading does not create its own trading software; while we may provide a trading simulator platform, please note that the software is from a third-party company that provides similar software to select brokerages.
Ross' momentum day trading strategy, the primary strategy we teach, is fast-paced and typically uses hotkeys (quick keystrokes). It therefore may present challenges to members who have limited motor skills or keyboard skills. We cannot confirm for how efficiently any trading software might work with third-party apps or eye-gazing / eye-tracking programs.
For those with learning or cognitive disabilities
Trading is not an easy skill to learn for anyone. The following skills and abilities are important for trading and should be things that you feel comfortable doing:
- Holding intense focus for periods of time
- Paying close attention to detail on charts and other data
- Synthesizing information from multiple sources in a fast-paced environment
- Regulating and controlling emotions under stress
- Using a keyboard and learning trading software
Reminder: If you're interested in exploring our program further to see if it might be a good fit for you and your needs, we do have some low-cost trials available as well as video demonstrations that can help you explore what we have to offer before making a full commitment. To contact us to learn more, please use this portal to submit a ticket, or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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