Master your trading skills. Explore the behavioral aspect of trading. Learn how to combine strategies and reach a high level of trading.
In the first part of this course, you will dive in Behavioral Finance. You will learn the basic concepts of standard finance theory and understand "stock market anomalies". Over the course you will obtain knowledge of the disposition effect, overconfidence, confirmation bias and representativeness bias. What are they? How do they affect individual investors? And what anomalies do they lead to in the stock market?
This course is essential for your development as an investor, as it will help you better understand what is going on in the market; detect predictable errors of the market and develop strategies to exploit them.
What are the Requirements?
An understanding of finance. You will form it by passing the previous 5 courses, if you haven't already. Professional financial experience and/or qualifications are not required.
What am I going to get from this Course?
Almost 3 hours of Video Lectures;
An extended PDF Manual;
A deep understanding of how certain biases affect markets and how to exploit these effects;
Supporting Presentations with a broader explanation of Financial Markets and Assets;
Tools to analyze and track your Personal Progress;
What is the Target Audience?
This course is targeting non-professional traders with a motivation to develop their knowledge and skills. Our learners have already basic understanding of stock and financial markets. And they want to go further and learn how to capitalize on opportunities created by anomalies in the markets.
Level of difficulty: Master
Extra materials: 1 Manual
Video: 1 hour & 35 minutes
Languages: English, Chinese, Romanian
Includes: Certificate of Completion
|Section 1: Behavioral Finance I|
|Manual||Behavioral Finance I||29|
|Lecture 1||Introduction to Behavioral Finance||14:16|
|Lecture 2||Background of Behavioral Finance||13:08|
|Lecture 3||The Disposition Effect Bias||19:41|
|Lecture 4||Overconfidence Bias||16:31|
|Lecture 5||Confirmation Bias||13:37|
|Lecture 6||Representativeness Bias||00:00|
|Quiz||Behavioral Finance Part I||21 Questions|