Fundamentals of Investing
This course aims to demystify the process of using money to make money and give you a basic introduction to the key investment topics in the capital market.
This is an examination training tailored for professionals in the capital and financial markets as well as individual with interest in investing in the capital market as well as furthering a career in Capital Markets.
This is a general market awareness training critical for all players in the industry.
The course will cover the following:-
- An Overview of Capital Markets
- Securities Markets
- Understanding Economic Terms
- NSE products; Shares, Bonds, Exchange Traded Funds ( ETFs), Derivatives and Real Estate Investment Trust (REITS)
- Introduction to the Automated Trading System
- Investing in the capital market
- Lectures 60
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 20 - 21 hours
- Skill level Intermediate Level
- Language English
- Students 138
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Introduction To The Capital & Securities Market In Kenya
The Capital and Securities Market is a robust and ever-growing industry. This course will give you the fundamental guidelines to navigate it with ease.
The Securities Market Explained
Understanding Economic Terms And How They Relate To Capital Markets
Overview Of Different Financial Instruments
A financial instrument is a monetary contract between parties. We can create, trade, or modify them. We can also settle them. They may be evidence of ownership of part of something, as in stocks and shares. Bonds, which are contractual rights to receive cash, are financial instruments.
Learn in-depth details about this financial instrument whose characteristics and value depend upon the characteristics and value of an underlying asset, typically a commodity, bond, equity or currency.
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
An ETF is an investment fund such as a unit trust/mutual fund that is traded on a securities exchange.
Market Automation, Appreciation Of Conducting Business In The Automated Trading Environment
Reporting and Accounting expectation in the Capital Markets
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