You'll learn tools you can use for the rest of your investing life.
Unlike most investing courses, this course style is fun and easy to digest.
"An individual's objective in a capitalist economy is to dislocate their time from their income production, sufficient that there is zero correlation between their time spent and the amount of income they produce. This is achieved in one of two primary ways, a business and or, a portfolio. We advise on portfolios." -ProfessorPortfolios
Stock Market Investing Simplified
Value Investing Overview
Searching For Companies
Current Value vs. Historical Value
Calculating Future Cash Flow
Applying The Discount Rate
Calculating The Range of Values
Managing Your Portfolio
Value Investing Review (Whirlpool Example)
Bonus 2020 Outlook: Surviving Next Decade
Disclaimer - This course contains the personal opinions and ideas of the course providers. The content and information contained in this course is strictly for educational purposes only. There are no recommendations, or advice of any kind. The course providers are registered investment advisors, however, the information given in this course is not to be treated as advice, nor seen as a recommendation to take any investment, or financial related actions. Individuals should find a registered investment advisor to help them make investment related decisions. The course providers are not Accountants and any tax related information is for educational purposes only. Individuals should seek the help of a Certified Public Accountant for any tax related advice. Although the course providers attempt to provide the most accurate information, there is no guarantee, or warranty that all, or any information provided is reliable, accurate, or complete. Individuals are solely responsible for all investment, financial and tax related decisions. The course providers are not responsible for any losses, or liabilities, which may arise from the use and application of the information and strategies discussed in this course.