COURSE UPDATED 21-05-2016
"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin
Do you want to learn the "Investment Secrets" of the greatest investors of all time?
People interested in learning about investing drown in the never-ending waterfall of financial news and get-rich-quick schemes, they no longer know what works and what doesn't. This is why they miss focus and generally lose money.
Do you ever get overwhelmed by this information overload? Do you ever feel lost in the jargon and the many strategies which the investing world has to offer? Then this course might be able to help you!
This investment course teaches you a powerful strategy which the greatest investors of our time, like Warren Buffett and Seth Klarman, use to earn billions on the stock market: Value Investing.
Where many courses only scratch the surface, this course goes in-depth with quizzes to test your knowledge, ebooks to deepen your understanding, a spreadsheet to speed up important calculations, and a checklist to make better investment decisions.
Concepts are introduced gradually, so that even a beginner will be able to follow along and become a confident investor in no-time! Value investing is a powerful, low-risk, proven strategy which allows you to consistently earn above-average returns. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:
✔ Understand all aspects of Value Investing, the strategy of the pros
✔ Calculate the "intrinsic value" of any stock
✔ Understand why the majority of investors lose money (and how you can avoid this!)
✔ Find and identify attractive investment opportunities
✔ Manage your own portfolio with confidence
✔ Discover the truth about risk versus reward
✔ Consistently earn above-average returns using a simple, low-risk, proven strategy
✔ Protect and grow your hard-earned savings with minimum effort
✔ Quickly know when to buy and sell
✔ Plus much more!
Enroll now and experience the original Value Investing Bootcamp course on Udemy.
I spent 10 years learning this stuff and months to compress all this knowledge into this course, it's really a steal! If this course helps you to buy just 1 good stock or avoid 1 bad stock, you'll already have earned your money back.
If you are serious about investing your hard-earned savings, and you should, then enroll right now, because every day that you wait is a day that the value of your savings is decreasing due to inflation.
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To make sure that everyone is on the same page, we’ll talk about why you should invest in the first place, why stocks are the best place to put your money, the right way to look at stocks, what value investing is and why all the greatest investors in the world apply this highly effective strategy.
In this lesson I will tell you why you are probably better off investing your own money instead of having an advisor do it for you, since what is good for your advisor may not necessarily be good for you.
In this third lesson we cover some of the most common reasons why people lose money on the stock market, and how you can avoid these traps to achieve the investment success you are aiming for.
In today’s lesson I’ll guide you through the process of defining realistic investment goals. We’ll talk about time frame, expected returns, and the amount of money you should invest.
This eBook covers the investment strategies of 10 of the best investors in the world. You will learn who they are, what their strategies are, and why they are in this list. Enjoy!
In this quiz we'll see how well you remember the main points from the introduction module.
In today’s lesson you will learn the crucial difference between price and value. Also, we’ll cover three types of value and how to differentiate them.
In this lesson we will explore in detail why stocks get mispriced, how our mind sometimes works against us, and how this can cause stock market bubbles.
Today we will learn about certain special events which have the ability to push the stock price of an undervalued company closer to its absolute value. These so called catalysts of value realization do not only allow you to profit faster, but also reduce risk, because they often lead to a shorter holding period and are therefore better to predict.
Every investor must learn to calculate the value of a company in order to know a bargain when they see one. In this lesson I will describe the theory behind these "intrinsic value" calculations. This lesson contains additional material in the form of an Excel file with three intrinsic valuation models.
Because it is rather hard to explain valuation models in a video, I created this eBook for you which describes three valuation models in detail, including real-world examples, calculations, and where to get the required input data from.
In this quiz we'll see if you remember the difference between price and value
In this lesson we will cover the important topic of risk. In order to avoid risky situations, we must first have a clear understanding of what risk actually is, because there are many painful misconceptions in this area.
In the previous lesson we explained the nature of risk on the stock market. Armed with this knowledge we can now look at ways to minimize downside risk.
This quiz will test your understanding of the often misunderstood concept of risk
As an investor, you will have to understand the basics of accounting to be able to identify financially strong companies and avoid companies which experience financial troubles. In this lesson I will try my best to explain this topic in an easy to follow, non-boring way.
Financial ratios are what you get when you combine some figures from the financial statements in smart ways. This lesson will cover some of the most important financial ratios for value investors.
In today’s lesson we are going to cover a very important, yet often overlooked metric called Free Cash Flow, or FCF.
In this lesson you will learn why managers manipulate earnings in the first place, how they do it, what the dangers are for you as an investor, and how you can identify and avoid these so called “value traps”, which is one of the most difficult aspects of stock picking.
This glossary document explains the most common financial statement items to help you improve your understanding of a company's reported figures.
This time we'll test your knowledge of financial statements
We are finally ready to start looking for some interesting investment opportunities. This lesson will explain several ways to perform the first crucial step in finding attractive investment opportunities: the idea generation phase.
In the previous lesson we generated a list of investment ideas. These are stocks we need to analyze a bit further in order to see if any of them are interesting companies to invest our hard earned savings in. That's what we'll do in this lesson.
Today’s lesson will answer two of the most fundamental questions of investing: when to buy and when to sell? As we shall see in this lesson, the optimal moment to purchase or sell a stock has little to do with timing and more to do with the stock price in relation to value.
In this final lesson we will cover some important portfolio management tips to help you build and maintain a healthy stock portfolio.
This investment checklist combines everything we discussed in the Value Investing Bootcamp course. Using this spreadsheet allows you to make sure you don't forget anything in your analyses.
This final quiz will test how well you remember the last lessons of this course
In this bonus video I explain why the rich get richer, how to avoid getting trapped in the “rat race”, and how you can achieve true financial freedom.
Several students requested me to write an analysis of real companies using the strategy taught in this course, and I am here to serve. I chose two big, well-known companies, Sony and Google, to show you how these behemoths differ and how this is reflected in the performance of their respective stocks prices. In other words, this document will present an example of a true value stock, as well as a stock you better stay far away from and how to identify such companies for what they really are.
This eBook explains the differences between the investment strategies of Benjamin Graham, the "Father of Value Investing", and his disciple Warren Buffett, the "Oracle of Omaha". Find out which of these giants comes out on top!
"Nick really knows his stuff!"
Nick Kraakman teaches investors how they can consistently earn above average returns on the stock market by using a simple, proven & low-risk strategy called value investing.
Nick made his first investment at the age of 14, and nearly lost all his savings.. He needed a proper strategy. Since then he has been studying the greatest minds in the investment world, like Warren Buffett, Joel Greenblatt, and Peter Lynch, to learn the "science behind profitable investing". He found out that all these master investors had something in common: they all applied a value investing strategy of buying good companies at discount prices!
He applied this knowledge to develop the powerful Value Spreadsheet investment tool and later built a company around it with a focus on investment education.
✔ Value investing expert
✔ 10+ years of experience
✔ Successful online instructor
✔ Serial entrepreneur
✔ MBA with focus on investing
✔ Public speaker
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