CurriculumFree Wealth Learning. Forever.
We’ve worked hard to ensure that you can tackle a diverse array of assets by teaching many different investment subsets. We’ve covered almost all of the most popular investment options, with many more coming in the future. You’ll be able to conquer the market using our curriculum. By passing our lessons and principles to your children and grandchildren, you’ll guarantee they build on your success and their inheritance. Our Curriculum comes in two major flavors: Analysis & Technique and Investment Instruments.
Many people think it takes money to make money. This is true and false. Investing the right way is often more important than the amount you bring to the table. If you invest or trade incorrectly, a larger bankroll merely equals larger raw dollar losses. The goal of this section is to teach you the correct way to invest. You can turn ideas into profitable positions by aligning Economic, Fundamental (or valuation based), Sentiment, Technical Analysis, and Risk Management metrics. The sections in this series are Personal Finance, Wealth Principles, Investment Technique, Economics, Currencies, Risk Management, Financial Statements, Analyzing Firms, and Technical Analysis.
In order to properly select vehicles to execute Economic, Fundamental, and Valuation developed investment strategies, you must understand their capabilities. The goal of the investment instrument section is to teach you how to select and use various assets and their requirements. Proper selection of assets can be the difference between gains and losses in an investment strategy, as well as the levels of risk incurred within that strategy. Not all investment asset categories are appropriate. The sections in this series are Equity, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Options, Futures, Commodities, Hedge Funds, and Trading Plans. Combine these asset courses with the concepts in the Analysis and Technique Sections.
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