NEW LECTURES JUST ADDED for July/August 2016 about profiting from a fall in currencies and how to profit from soaring market volatility. Just in time for the market madness of Brexit!
How will you react during the next bear market? Will you make panicked decisions that you later regret? Will crashing markets destroy your ability to enjoy a financially secure and stress-free life?
This course is designed for people that want to take control of their finances and increase their net worth - even when financial markets are in complete chaos.
Although crashing prices, also known as a "bear market," are fearful for most people, wise investors know that falling markets are a wonderful opportunity to capitalize on the fear and greed of others.
In this course, I take you by the hand and behind the scenes to show you step-by-step everything you need to know about bear markets - teaching you proven investing strategies that are easy and simple to implement.
I put my 20+ years of hands-on experience in the financial services industry to work for you!
As the inventor of the Portfolio Report Report Card service, which has now been used to analyze and grade over $120 million in investment accounts, and as the Founder of ETFguide, I have personally helped thousands of investors just like you.
By the end of this course, you'll have the confidence to manage your own investments and you'll know exactly where to start and what to do.
...and you also get the unconditional Udemy backed 30 day money-back guarantee PLUS my personal promise that if you apply yourself, you will succeed.
How will I benefit from this course?
Learn how to protect your IRA, 401(k) and other investments when prices are falling
Who should take this course?
Anyone who owns stocks, bonds, real estate, mutual funds, and ETFs
This lecture gives you a quick overview of the the course.
What is the history of bear markets and how did the term "bear market" come to be? This lecture explains the origins of how the phrase "bear market" came into existence and what it means.
The differences between bear markets, bull markets, and market corrections are discussed in this lecture. Ron also gives you historical perspective on bear markets versus bull markets.
No two bear markets are ever quite the same. And in this lecture, Ron explains why some bear markets can be worse than others.
This lecture covers a "defensive" approach for overcoming the destructive forces of a bear market. It explains the role of cash inside your portfolio along with the importance of having a margin of safety. This lecture also includes a bonus report to help you.
Playing "offense" is one way to profit when financial markets are declining in value. In this lecture, Ron explains what that means along with specific examples of "offensively" oriented ETFs that a built to capitalize on falling prices.
Because bear ETFs are designed to increase in value when stocks decline, they are excellent trading tools. This lecture covers key bear equity ETFs targeting three distinct parts of the global equity universe: Emerging market stocks, developed international stocks, and U.S. stocks.
Although most investors have been taught that bonds are safer than stocks, it's important to understand that bonds are not immune to crashing markets. This lecture covers some of the bear ETFs targeting bonds.
Commodities are one of the most volatile asset classes and prices are impacted by things like currencies, weather, politics, and war. This lecture covers some of the bear ETFs targeting commodities.
The recent crash in the British Pound, the collapse of Argentina's peso and Venezuelan Bolivar are just two recent examples of how currency prices can implode. In this lecture, Ron explains how to capture potential profits from big currency moves with bear currency ETFs.
Leveraged ETFs are powerful tools that can be helpful if used correctly. In this lecture, Ron provides some general guidelines of using leveraged ETFs. These "rules" apply equally for both bear and bull leveraged ETFs.
When stock prices fall, volatility rises. And instead of being an enemy, as it's often portrayed in the media, volatility can be your friend. This lecture examines the recent history of stock market volatility and ETFs that are designed to gain when market volatility rises.
Bear markets usually move faster than bull markets. And that's why having a plan and being ready is the intelligent approach to successfully navigating crashing markets. This lecture also includes a bonus report to help you.
Even really weak and poorly performing markets can have an occasional rally. And in this lecture, Ron examines the history of these "bear market rallies" and how to know whether to stay short or bail.
Test your knowledge on bear markets.
Testing your knowledge on how to use leveraged ETFs.
Test your knowledge about commodities.
Test your knowledge of bearish bond ETFs.
Test your knowledge of bear market basics.
Financial Professional, Author, Founder @ ETFguide, and Podcast Host.
Today's uncertain investment climate requires a strategy that's truly remarkable, executable, and proven. Nobody knows this better – and no one can teach this better – than Ron DeLegge.
Ron has analyzed and graded more than $150 million in investment portfolios and he knows the essential ingredients for building, growing, and protecting a portfolio of investments. In addition to being the founder of one of the most popular ETF investing websites in the world (ETFguide) Ron is also the inventor of the Portfolio Report Card grading system and host of the Index Investing Show.
With more than 25 years in the financial services industry, Ron's real-world investing experience is what makes him the ideal teacher for those who want to build and manage their own investment portfolios.
Ron has joined Udemy's roster of talented instructors to share his wealth of knowledge and experience with people who are already investing or who want to get started.