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For many people, the realm of investing is a remote and terrifying place that only very few can understand and even less can take advantage of. This course dispels this belief by teaching in a way that everyone can understand; regardless of their background and experience. Upon completion of this course, you will have a solid foundation in understanding investing in the financial markets as well as other possibilities. This course focuses on intrinsic value and long term investment with the key point of the course covering what makes a value investor. There is good reason, which we will explore in the course, why value investors such as Warren Buffet succeed in the long term instead of chasing bites of short term gain so often focused on by other investment strategies.
This course takes place over four weeks and includes 8 lessons which will take you step by step through the world of investing. In addition to the live presentations, all lessons can be accessed 24/7 post their release date for your convenience. You will also have full tutor support throughout the course making applying your new found knowledge easier than ever.
“Making your money work for you” is the age old concept regarding investing. Where to send this money to work is another thing. As we explore this question throughout the course, we start here by looking at the financial markets. After weathering the storm of the last decade’s financial crisis, the financial markets are still full of opportunity for today’s investor. We will look at what the markets are and the functions they serve. We will also look who the main players are as well as the jargon involved.
Building off of the topics covered in the previous lesson, this lesson explores the mechanics of the markets. We will look at how a company comes to the market. We will cover what causes price to rise or fall. We will also explore the main strategies market participants use in regards to what is happening in the market at a given time.
With all the noise in the financial world, investors can quickly lose sight regarding what they are really investing in. Here we take a look at the asset classes and go in depth with equities and fixed income.
The money market is one of the first places investors go to when looking to make low risk short term investments. However, it is also sometimes overlooked due to the low rate of return. In this lesson we take a look at the different cash investments in detail.
Unfortunately, due to the last decade, when people think of property, terms like “negative equity” and “default” seem to be the first thing that comes to mind. Even though the property market was severely impacted in the financial crisis, it has since recovered; proving that property is a viable investment.
Market price doesn’t always reflect true value. It pays to not always follow the crowd. Some valuable assets are ignored or just simply overlooked. Understanding these concepts and more has brought great wealth to many investors, most famously Warren Buffet. In this key lesson we explore what it takes to be a value investor.
This lesson is a must for anyone who wants to know how value investors make their money.
Everyone knows the cliché “no pain, no gain.” This is true when it comes to investing. Rewards are what are sought after, however, there are always risks. Understanding this risk reward dynamic is indispensable; regardless of whether you are investing in cash or property. This lesson will be shedding light on both of these factors; exploring what can go right and what can go wrong with your investment.
In this final lesson we cover the tools and resources available to an investor. As the real world can directly influence investments; information is vital.