Securities Market and Products – Part 3
Increased levels of wealth created by the individuals and brighter economic prospects for the future have substantially increased the demand for sound professional advise on investments, retirement, real estate and tax planning. Financial planning and financial advising is the process of assessing a person’s financial goals, taking into account his money savings and other assets to help one reach that goal.
Markets which were hitherto exclusive to banks and institutional treasuries have now opened up for public which in turn would imply that the financial advisors now, not only need to manage their own wealth but also have a key role in shaping the wealth profile of others. Thus, while there is no hard and fast rule for the job profile when it comes to designing or marketing financial instruments. Yet an individual should position him/herself to take full benefit in this rapid expanding securities market with minimal to no aid from a professional, thereby saving a huge amount.
This course is designed to help meet today’s needs for trained professionals and provides comprehensive information on a wide range of financial planning areas. It is hoped that the revised and updated courseware will be found useful by the candidates and assist them in their better financial planning.
- Lectures 42
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 12
- Assessments Yes
Investment Decision Making Process
Introduction to efficient market hypothesis
Introduction to fundamental and technical analysis
- Various stages in the life of a business
- How to factor likely impact of a combination of external factors on future prospects of a business?
- How to assess future levels of demand-supply and competition a business may face?
- What a firm may need in order to succeed in a business?
- Major risks faced by a business
- Introduction to the main types of valuation
- Selection of appropriate valuation model
- Application of Relative Valuation Models
- Advantages and Disadvantages of Relative Valuation Models
- Application of Dividend Discount Models
- Advantages and Disadvantages of Dividend Discount Models
- Free Cash Flow Valuation Models
- Free Cash Flow to Equity and Free Cash Flow to Firm
- Computation of Discounted Cash Flow values for equity shares