Overview

This course is intended to give a detailed overview of investing in the Stock market. You will learn how the market works, how to evaluate stocks through technical and fundamental analysis, and how to create a personal asset mix profile. You will also learn about the nature and type of the entire investment product range, and the associated risks with each. Products such as Mutual Funds, ETF'S, Stocks and Bonds will be covered in detail. The course will wrap up with a tutorial on creating a personal investment strategy and plan. The course will cover both theory and hands on practical activities. Each student will have the opportunity to create a model portfolio and carry out simulated selected trades.

The course is intended to give students the tools and knowledge to take control of their own investment portfolios if desired, or to enable them to have an effective relationship with their Financial Advisor.

Those interested in expanding their knowledge and understanding of investing strategies are encourage to learn more about our Personal Investing courses.

Entry Requirements

Students should have strong English language skills. Familiarity with fundamental accounting principles and completion of Grade 12 English and Mathematics are strongly recommended.

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Course

FFP310
Introduction to Stock Market Investing
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This course is intended to give a detailed overview of investing in the stock market. Students learn how the stock market works, how to evaluate stocks through technical and fundamental analysis, and how to create a personal asset mix profile. Students identify the tools and knowledge required to take control of their own investment portfolios if desired or to enable them to have an effective relationship with their financial advisor.




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Delivery

A combination of teaching methods such as lectures, small group work and case studies.

Program Contacts

Penney Pakravan
Program Assistant
Penney.Pakravan@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.22319


John Wong
Academic Program Manager
John.Wong1@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.26630


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