What comes to your mind when you hear the word "Bond"? In India, most of the people avoid investing in Bonds just because they do not know much about it, but what most of them don't know is that investing in bonds can actually balance out the risk factor of your portfolio, and surprisingly, you can beat the inflation too. This course will tell you everything about bonds and the ideal scenarios in which you should invest in bonds.
What you will learn:
Concept of bonds and their terminologies.
Things to keep in mind before choosing a bond.
Categories of bonds in which you can invest.
Ideal scenarios to invest in bonds.
What comes to your mind when you hear Bond? ‘James’ or ‘Finance’? If it’s ‘James’ then you probably want Netflix, but if it’s ‘Finance’ you’re at the right place! A bond is a contract between two companies or governments that issue bonds because they need to borrow large amounts of money. But, even avid investors look away from investing in bonds and diversifying their portfolio so how can a new one do it? For trusting bonds, you’ll need to start from the top and learn about its basics. Luckily this course offers just the thing for you and your better understanding! The course builds a foundation around the concept of bonds. It begins with explaining terminologies about bonds like coupon rate, face value, and types of duration.
After explaining what bonds are, the course moves towards stating certain criteria that are to be kept in mind while choosing a bond for investment. After getting a basic idea about bonds, the course further explains different categories of bonds in which you can invest as per your investment goal. Finally, the course states the ideal scenarios in which one should invest in bonds.
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Specially tailored for the newbies in the domain, there are no prerequisites for this course.
Quick, quicker, quickest! This course falls under the Sprint category and can be completed in 20 minutes duration.
After completing this course, you will understand the basic jargons associated with the bond market and the different types of bonds and risk avenue associated with them.You will also learn how retail investors can invest in bonds.
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.
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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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