- Finding the Financials
- Reading the Financial Statements
- Comparing companies using ratios
- What is a dividend?
- Dividend Investing
- Market Cap and Share Price
- Starting Your Portfolio
My name is Zac Hartley and in this course I am going to teach you everything you need to know in order to feel confident making your first investments in the stock market.
This is the perfect course for somebody interested in learning how to make long term investments in the stock market using the same strategies that people like Warren buffet use on an every day basis.
We are going to start at the beginning and talk about how to find and understand financial statements and then move onto Dividends and Dividend Investing.
I started trading 7 years ago and since then I have taught countless people how to trade and invest their money in a way that makes their money do the heavy lifting. Throughout this course we are going to set goals and look at different strategies to help you do the same.
This course is designed to be used from start to finish but feel free to jump around and go through whatever video you find useful or helpful to you at the time.
You can reach out to me for questions and feedback at anytime by e-mailing me at [email protected]
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My name is Zac Hartley and I am an entrepreneur and stock trader based in Calgary Alberta, Canada.
I started stock trading in University when I enrolled in a Stock Market Finance class at Mount Royal University. Since that course I have been trading in my spare time and teaching my friends how to invest their money in the stock market.
Great so far, thanks!
He is Great Tutor. This course is just perfect for beginners.
Its good course to have a general idea about stock market
Yes I liked the course. I wanted a quick overview of how to do fundamental analysis. I do have a few suggestions. 1) Include the slides as a file for the course (allows people to take easier notes). It would be really nice if you took a few more minutes or even had a separate course to mention what key ratios are in specific sectors or industries and what to look for. So lets say I want small or micro caps with no revenue yet. Is there a way to compare those fundamentally to reduce risk even though its a speculative play? Overall great course thank you.
very good and easy to understand
deep and simple examples
really interesting and informative course