• Duration 10 hours
  • Lectures 13
  • Quizzes 1
  • Pass parcentages 70
  • Certificate yes
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    Mahmoud Hijjawi

  • Category:

    Intermediate

£497.00
  • 250 enrolled students
  • English

This course will give you a foundation for trading and starting with forex markets.

About this Course

This course will give you a foundation for trading, starting with the stock exchange and the different types of asset class and markets (with a focus on the Forex), and moving onto some major instruments and methods.

  • A step-by-step approach

    This course is designed to take you from complete beginner with zero or limited knowledge of the financial markets to a level of understanding that will enable you to be confident enough to set up your trading account and placing trades.

  • Learn at your own pace

    Whatever your lifestyle this video course means you can watch and learn the modules at a time that suits you. Whether you work during the day or have a night job you can go through the course in your own time at a speed that suits you.

  • Recap on the course at anytime

    Once purchased you can access this course forever. If you forget something you have learned when trading or simply just want to refresh your memory you can access it whenever you want from wherever you are in the world.

What will you achieve?

Understand what a stock exchange is and why companies sell shares. Master the main types of asset class that are traded and some of their unique points. Master the 3 main types of market and some securities sold on them. Comprehend what the Forex is and basic points about currency trading. Understand what cash instruments and derivatives are, and also about different methods.

  • Financial instruments and trading methods

  • Different types of Asset class

  • Forex in detail

  • The different types of traders

  • What is a Stock Exchange

  • Types of Financial Markets

  • What to consider when becoming a trader

  • Introduction to Technical Analysis

  • The Economic Calendar and Fundamental Analysis

  • Psychological Biases and Market Rationality

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