The not-so-common "common sense" is the best tool that you can use to manage your personal finance. Unfortunately, many people overlook or even try to avoid facts, which ultimately creates big trouble for them. Common sense can be your best friend in the stock market. How? This course will tell you the importance of applying common sense while investing & how it can save you from losing your money.
What you will learn:
How risky the price volatility is?
Concept of PE expansion
Things to remember while picking up stocks
Is it okay to copy the portfolio of ace investors?
Have you ever seen someone make a blunder that could have easily been avoided had they used their common sense? Common sense is expected from everyone but in actuality is very rare to find. A majority of differences, chaos, and confusion can be solved when people start using their common sense. But, did you know you could use your infamous common sense towards investing in the stock market? Sometimes following your natural intuition can help you to find the multi-baggers that can completely change the figures in which you invest, so don't make the mistake of not following your inner voice especially when it comes to investing in the stock market.
There is so much information available on the internet which is good in some way but it is also a reason for getting confused, creating personal biases, and ending up not taking any decision. This phenomenon is also called "analysis paralysis". Good common sense also helps you to have a good understanding of how the market will react on the basis of news, political decisions, and other factors that can directly or indirectly affect the stock market.
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Specially tailored for the newbies in the domain, there are no prerequisites for this course.
This course will give you some basic common sense tips about investing that you should know before entering into the stock market or while staying invested in the stock market.
Since the content of the course is pretty dynamic, we do not provide any certification for it. Trust us, you will definitely love it either-or. Moreover, we have a few very cool specialized courses that offer you Quest & BSE Institute-affiliated certifications. To know the details, please click here.
No, you do not need to install any specific software for this course. However, it is advised for a user to have an active Internet connection and an updated web browser for a seamless learning experience.
Finology provides you with an opportunity to access all its tools and courses by subscribing to Finology One. Hence, you can access this course as long as your subscription of Finology One is active.
Quick, quicker, quickest! This course falls under the Sprint category and can be completed in 15 minutes duration.
About Finology Quest
Quest is a 101 guide for anyone who wants to learn investing. The aim of these online finance courses is to make people financially literate and to make them understand the essential financial concepts and learn company analysis, so that one can know how to create & grow their wealth in the stock market.
Why choose Quest?
Quest will make you aware about investing and the secret to growing wealth. As against popular opinion, you do not always need to earn more money to be rich. In fact, financial awareness is the key to wealth creation & Quest will help you to make this journey simpler. The courses in Quest are easy to understand and explained using close-to-reality scenarios which makes learning fun and relatable. Plus, you can access it anytime and anywhere on the go, which is a cherry on the top!
For whom the Quest is?
Quest is for anybody who wants to enjoy learning finance and investing on the go. The aim of Quest is to make people financially aware. So, if you are someone making your babysteps into the markets, look no further. From personal finance to investing, Quest is your one-stop platform for almost everything finance!
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