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1907 Investing For Beginners

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Course Details

This course is aimed at those who want to invest in stocks, bonds and mutual funds, either on their own or with an investment adviser, but have little or no experience. You'll learn basic concepts such as measuring and evaluating risk, determining whether a security is fairly priced and understanding how the economy affects stock and bond market cycles. The goal is to reduce your fear of investing, so you can get started on a profitable path. Tuition fee includes the price of photocopied handouts.

Learner Outcomes

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Prerequisites

None

Recommendations

None



Sections

  1907 - 009 Investing For Beginners    
  Fall - 14   Status:  Available
 
Section Schedule(s):   Thu 7:00PM - 9:00PM
11 Sep 2014 to 13 Nov 2014
Class Schedule: 9 Sessions
Tuition Option(s):   Flat Fee non-credit    $370.00
Potential Price Adjustment(s):
 
Campus:   St. George Campus
Instruction Method:  LECTURE
Instructors: Ellen Roseman, B.A. (Hons.), M.A.