IPO Fundamentals
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IPO Fundamentals

Your IPO Primer
3.6 (13 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,124 students enrolled
Created by Carlyle Frank
Last updated 3/2017
English
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  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion

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What Will I Learn?
  • Understand what an IPO is
  • Understand how the IPO process works
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Requirements
  • Understand the stock market
  • Understand general investing
Description

Confused about what an IPO is? This course will END that confusion! This is a very clear and easy to understand explanation of IPOs for ANYBODY to understand. Once you take this course, you will have a good foundation to begin to learn more advanced concepts about IPOs. This is JUST the basics!

If you want to understand the purpose of an IPO and to be taken through the process of the IPO from beginning to end, then this is the course for you. There are a lot of buzz words thrown around that may have confused you but I'll make it all clear for you!

Who is the target audience?
  • People who want to learn more about IPOs
  • People looking for a fast easy way to grasp the consent of IPOs
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Curriculum For This Course
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All about IPOs
6 Lectures 54:41

What is an IPO
02:27

Why IPO
04:29

IPO Example
11:40

IPO example part 2
15:01

More details
06:35
About the Instructor
Carlyle Frank
3.9 Average rating
245 Reviews
6,818 Students
5 Courses
FinTech Engineer, YouTube Partner

Carlyle Frank has been working in the financial technology (FinTech) industry, since about 1999 where he worked for a clearing (trading) company, that is now under the Goldman Sachs umbrella. Since then he has worked for top Wall Street firms as well as for some technology venders. Carlyle has worked at a notable high speed trading brokerage, a few execution management venders (Trading Systems) and also for a leading wealth management company with over $400 billion in assets.

Most of the trading and investment systems he supported were UNIX based with Windows front-end and Oracle, Sybase, IBM DB2, Microsoft or MySQL databases.

Carlyle Frank is also the producer of the #1 rated SQL training video online with tremendous feedback from people all over the world who describe his training videos as uniquely entertaining, easy to comprehend and to the point. Close to 300,000 people have enjoyed being introduced to SQL by Carlyle, in close to a year. Carlyle Frank also has many other videos with some having as much as 700,000 views and more than 10 #1 ranked videos. Well over 10 million people have been entertained and/or educated through Carlyle's videos which are in the thousands since about 2006. The SQL Introduction video gets about 14,000 views a month and has 1,765 likes and many amazing comments like this:

"Dory Q: This is very entertaining to watch, and you teach very effectively! Thank you and keep it up!"

Carlyle also has been published in industry journals and one of his videos were used for a global conference in Asia. The video was chosen because of how entertaining and informative it was, in a format that almost anybody could comprehend. It's all about his formula for "fast, fun and easy" learning that was inspired through frustration with the existing materials that Carlyle had to learn from. The thought process was, "Why does this have to be so hard and why can't it be fun?". The word is, "Infotainment" and the name is Carlyle Frank!