A Value Investing Approach to the Stock Market
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Have you ever wanted to invest in the stock market, but don't want to risk losing your savings?
Ever wondered if there was a way to invest smart?
And if you are like us, you probably don't want to waste weeks or months reading finance books.
That's why we created a straightforward, simple course that will take you from beginner to value investor in under 2 hours.
Do you need any previous experience or finance knowledge? Absolutely not! We will guide you from the very basic level.
This course doesn't just teach one technique, we cover the stock market basics, financial statements and stock market vocabulory.
After laying the foundation, the course teaches two main techniques. One is for the person who has time and energy to analyze stocks; the benefit is that his gains will be high!
Other technique is for someone who doesn't have the time for all that, but still wants a piece of the stock market action; we call the second technique 'portfolio on autopilot'
Both these methods are targeted at the long term. This means the risk is minimum and you can continuously make money in the stock market!
If you are ready to start your career in investing, try the course today at this introductory price of $97. Good luck to you!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
The lesson gives an introduction to the course including the aim of creating it and the requirements the student needs to become an intelligent investor. Four requirements are highlighted ,relating to both the knowledge and the mental descipline that needs to be developed in the path towards becoming an investor.
Course Notes: The Unpopular Method - An Introduction
|Section 2: Understanding the Stock Market|
The lesson introduces the important elements of the stock market that are necessary to get a general idea of it. It sets a solid base for the student to become an informed investor.
Course Notes: A Walk Down Wall Street 1
The lesson explains stock charts with the aim of giving an idea of the historical market cycles of the US stock market. Stock charts of AAPL is also used to explain the price movements of individual stocks
|Section 3: Business Analysis|
The lesson introduces the financial terms and ratios required to successfully complete this course and understand any other reading material relating to investing and the stock market.
The lesson cover the 3 financial statements, The Balance Sheet, The Income Statement and The Cash-flow Statement. The important element of these statements are addressed and the relevant points and areas are highlighted.
|Section 4: Stock Picking Guidelines|
The lesson presents and explains 5 guidelines inspired by the value investing principles of Graham, that can be used to screen out stock to create a portfolio of a recommended number of 30 stocks. The guidelines ensure that the safety of principle and also a decent return for the investor and can be used for your whole career. This can be associated with 'Portfolio on Autopilot' technique 1 and be used as your sole investing pathway.
Short Notes: Stock Screening
|Section 5: Techniques for the Enterprising Investor|
The lesson introduces the celebrated Bargain Issues of Benjamin Graham. The technique is targeted at the enterprising investor who is willing to spend his time and effort on analyzing a wide variety of companies to find these high-return stocks. A portfolio of these stocks will generate a high return with a low risk.
The lesson illustrates how to do the necessary calculations and identify bargain stocks. The procedure is broken down into small steps and presented so that anyone can undertand and use this wonderful technique.
|Section 6: Portfolio on Autopilot|
The lesson will introduce the first 'Portfolio on Autopilot' technique which presents the investor a time tested system that will guide his investing activities. While giving a decent return, the method will protect the investor against mistakes that he can make regarding the timimg and amount of money invested.
Course Notes: Portfolio on Autopilot 1
The lesson will introduce the second 'Portfolio on Autopilot' technique which allows the investor to set up the investment, kick back and relax. This method will give a decent return with minimum risk and burden on the investor.
Course Notes: Portfolio on Autopilot 2
Kas Education was founded in 2012 by Thulitha Ruwin with the aim of assisting students around the world to improve their lives through better learning. We create content that is relevant and easy to understand. Financial education is at the core of our philosophy as we believe it's a crucial area that needs more attention.
Ruwin has been an investor for the past 6 years and coached hundreds of students on investing and improving their finances. He is a follower of Benjamin Graham and his value investing techniques. Even-though investing was a passion since his early age, studying the styles of Graham and Warren Buffett completely changed the way he looked at the stock market.
The main philosophy behind this course is that investing does not require superior skills or the ability to predict the market or the economy. Mental discipline and intelligent effort focused on analyzing companies are the keys to success.