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Equity Products

Introduction to the types of equity products, types of shares and exchanges, investors, diversification and volatility.
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Last updated 3/2014
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This course on Equity Products introduces equities by providing an overview of the types of products, including both direct and indirect products; and demonstrating types of shares and exchanges, investors, diversification and volatility. The course will then further cover equity indices, and go in-depth in covering tracking funds and ETF's, introducing derivatives, forward contracts, futures, equity swaps, options, and structured products.

This course consists of 16 lectures across 3 sections:

  • Equities Introduction
  • Equity Indices
  • How to Buy the Market
Who is the target audience?
  • All levels of participants are encouraged to take this course.
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What Will I Learn?
You'll learn about the various types of equity products
You'll learn about equity indices and trading
You'll learn about the various derivatives within the market
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  • Participants are expected to have basic math knowledge coming into this course.
  • Knowledge of the English language.
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 16 Lectures Collapse All 16 Lectures 02:28:43
Equities Introduction
6 Lectures 51:59

Instructor Spencer Morris introduces the course and discusses types of equity products and shares.

Preview 10:27

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses buying shares and equities.

Buying Shares & Equities

Instructor Spencer Morris presents Tesco as a case study example.

Tesco Example

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses the types of shares and exchanges.

Types of Shares and Exchanges

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses depository receipts.

Depository Receipts

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses the types of investors, diverisfication, and volatility.

Types of Investors, Diversification and Volatility
Equity Indices
2 Lectures 16:15

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses the types of indices (part 1 of 2).

Preview 07:23

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses the types of indices (part 2 of 2).

Types of Indices Part II
How to Buy the Market
8 Lectures 01:20:29

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses tracking funds.

Tracking Funds

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses exchange traded funds (ETFs).

Exchange Traded Funds (ETF's)

Instructor Spencer Morris introduces derivatives.

Introduction to Derivatives

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses forward contracts.

Forward Contracts

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses futures.


Instructor Spencer Morris discusses equity swaps.

Equity Swaps

Instructor Spencer Morris discusses options.


Instructor Spencer Morris discusses structured products and concludes the course.

Structured Products (Warrants, Certificates and Notes)
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