Intro to Int'l Markets (FULL COURSE)
Online classes via zoom link for group with no more than 10 students.
- 399 US dollars$399
- Online Session
Course Description and Objectives: In my Introduction to Global Capital Markets I guarantee the foundation needed for you to build your learning in Finance (Art + Science of Investing and Trading). The course is given with the aim of helping you in your decision to invest more time and resources to the necessary and eternal learning of finance. Learn the differences between the most commonly used financial instruments (stocks, bonds, derivatives and currencies). Course topics include the history, function and functioning of the Capital Market; fundamental and technical analysis; attitudes, problems and pitfalls of the current investor. With 20 hours of content, the course consists of 5 learning modules, 1 of which is intended for the application of theory through practice. At the end of the course you: - will understand the role and functioning of the global capital market; - you will be able to choose better between and when, to participate more actively or not, in your inevitable career as an investor; - you will have more control over your investor career during your investment cycle (human and financial capital); - you will understand and appreciate the importance and necessity of differences between private, public and social capital; - you will be able to choose the financial instruments that best fit your complete investor and speculator profile; - you will know how to assess the positive and negative points of investing in financial instruments representing real financial and digital assets; - you will be able to assess the risk and return characteristics of various vehicles and investment instruments; - you will be able to create, analyze, select, implement and monitor investment decisions and strategies and investment themes; - you will begin to welcome the investor and speculator who was born in you; - you will be able to apply basic investment concepts to your daily life; - you will start acting and behave unconsciously as a "perfect investor"; that is, prudent, intelligent and efficient; - you will better understand the process for making investment decisions; - you will be able to manage your own portfolio; - you you will know how to evaluate your financial advisor.
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