Traders' Academy helps professionals, investors, educators and students better understand the products, markets, currencies, tools and functionality available at Interactive Brokers. Courses use a syllabus to define instructional goals. Learning objectives are clearly stated and content is delivered across multiple lessons. Quizzes and tests are used to benchmark student progress against learning objectives.
Each course uses online lessons, videos, and notes to help reinforce subject matter and let students learn at their own pace. Students can ask questions of IBKR subject matter experts, provide written feedback on each course and rate their learning experience.
We continue to enhance our options strategies tools across our mobile and desktop trading platforms to make it easier to create, analyze and trade spreads. Recent enhancements include:
The IBKR Quant Blog serves quantitative professionals who have an interest in programming. Discussion topics include deep learning, artificial intelligence (AI), Blockchain and other transformative technologies influencing modern markets. In addition, discussions about R, Python and other popular programming languages often include sample code to help you develop your own analysis.
The IBKR Quant Blog draws from a diverse set of contributors, including:
Contact us at IBKRquant@interactivebrokers.com to learn about contributing to the blog.
The risk of loss in online trading of stocks, options, futures, currencies, foreign equities, and fixed income can be substantial. Options are not suitable for all investors. For more information read the "Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options". For a copy click here.
Your capital is at risk and your losses may exceed the value of your original investment.
Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCA Reference Number 208159.
Interactive Brokers LLC is regulated by the US SEC and CFTC and is a member of the SIPC (www.sipc.org) compensation scheme;
products are only covered by the UK FSCS in limited circumstances.
Before trading, customers must read the relevant risk disclosure statements on our Warnings and Disclaimers page.
For a list of IBG memberships worldwide, click here.