Basics Of Stock Investing
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This course is specifically geared towards people who are interested in investing in stocks. Many people can be intimidated by the complexity of the stock market. It crosses every industry. There are different markets in over a hundred countries. Companies are all different sizes. There is no uniform way to value them. This can overwhelm even those who excel in their own professions. Whether you want to trade stocks or would like to learn why certain stocks are in your 401K, this course will allow you to ask questions. It should allow you to create your own process to find investments. We introduce the basics to first build a financial vocabulary. Then, we will discuss places to find financial information. Once someone understands terminology and knows where to search for information, we aim to teach how to interpret and therefore utilize information. This will include an introduction to financial statements. Examining the fundamental financial health of a company is paramount to investing. Also, identifying trends will prove useful to make investments. Relative valuation is a core part of our curriculum. We will examine important ratios such as Price/Earnings, Price/Sales, etc. It is important to provide a context to properly use such tools. There are markets all around the world. We will examine differences amongst markets to show advantages/disadvantages of investing in various locations. We will present alternatives to direct equity investing so that you can make returns without picking individual securities. The goal will be to cultivate your interest in the global stock market. It is a dynamic, complex set of institutions that affect everything from elections of world leaders to the price of your morning coffee.