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I understand that Universal Investment Strategies prorgam will prepare me to actively trade securities and/or other financial instruments for my own account at an appropriate financial firm which utilizes the Electronic transmissions of securities and other financial instruments orders to execute trades for its customers. I understand that this course is not preparation to be a Licensed Broker in the financial industry and will not help me get a job.

Universal Investment Strategies' Program should not be construed as a recommendation or an offer to buy or sell any security or the suitability of any investment strategy for Students. The purchase, sale, or advice regarding any security, other financial instrument or system can only be performed by a licensed Industry representative; such as, but not limited to a Broker/Dealer, Introducing Broker, FCM and and/or Registered Investment Advisor. Neither Universal Investment Strategies nor its representatives are licensed to make such advisements. All purchasers of the Universal Investment Strategies Training Program or other products are encouraged to speak with a licensed representative of their choice regarding the appropriateness of investing/trading or of any particular investment/trading strategy.  



Electronic active trading involves special risks and may not be suitable for everyone. Electronic active trading may also involve a high volume of trading activity. Each trade generates a commission and the total daily commission on such a high volume of trading can be considerable.

Electronic active trading accounts should be considered speculative in nature with the objective being to generate short-term profits. This activity may result in the loss of more than 100% of an investment, which is the sole responsibility of the customer. An electronic active trader should understand the operation of a margin account under various market conditions and review his or her investment objectives, financial resources and risk tolerances to determine whether margin trading is appropriate for them. The increased leverage which margin provides may heighten risk substantially, including the risk of loss in excess of 100% of an investment.






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