Degree in financial futures, option and stock market / broker – market maker (Part 1)

Stock broker study part 1 of 6 (basics)


Divided into 3 simple parts, building on each other and super easy to learn. So everyone gets the tools and basic knowledge to become a stock market professional within their own learning pace.

Chapter 1

1
Introduction to the various asset classes (investment methods)
2
Different ways of building wealth
3
What to look for when choosing a broker – bank – investment advisor
4
Comparison of the market development for capital investments TODAY with EARLIER
5
Practical examples
6
Fund (open or closed)
7
Bunds and other fixed income investment options
8
Start-up investment opportunities
9
Investment opportunity gold physically, jewelry, diamonds
10
Investments in art or historical vehicles (development from the past with an outlook into the future)
11
Share-traded real estate companies (advantages and disadvantages)
12
Recognize capital investments from the gray capital market
13
Taxes

Chapter 2

1
Risk classes
2
Asset accumulation through real estate
3
Financing and leverage: opportunities
4
Stock investment
5
Raw material plants
6
Option transactions
7
Forex
8
Private wealth management (comparison: today versus earlier – when is it worth it?)
9
Investment opportunity gold, jewelry, diamonds, certificates
10
ETFs
11
Insurance vs banks or bearer bonds
12
Bonds on states

Chapter 3

1
Asset accumulation through stock investments
2
Asset accumulation through raw material investments
3
Financing and leverage: opportunities
4
Option transactions (hedging)
5
Forex trading
6
Cryptocurrencies
7
Series3 (does not count as an exam preparation course Series3 USA FINRA!)
8
Series7 (does not count as an exam preparation course Series7 USA FINRA!)
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Enrolled: 35 students
Duration: 40 hours
Lectures: 33
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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