The stock markets course provides a detailed analysis of the capital markets around the globe including all major markets, exchanges, their background, as well as the definition of technical and fundamental analysis to get students more familiar with industry terms and some laws related to investment and trading. This course is designed to help students to make their own investment decisions in the stock markets and other financial markets. They will learn how to do their own research on companies publicly available information and pick the best investment products for their portfolio. It will equip them with knowledge and tools to find and analyze companies’ financial statements and understand the risk of investment and market volatility. By utilizing the resources that are taught in this course and learning about different brokerage houses platforms, they can pick the best strategy to set proper entry and exit points and understand the market sentiment much better.
Arash Hashemi has over 20 years' experience in Banking, Credit Risk, Business Management, Analyzing Financial Statements, and Financial Markets including Trading Securities, Commodities, and Forex. He has earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. He is currently a candidate with the Texas Board of Public Accountancy to be a Certified Public Accountant. Over the course of the past twenty years, he has held positions as a manager in different levels of Banking Industry, Teaching Financial Markets both Fundamental and Technical courses, Finance, and English. As a licensed New York Stock Exchange and Chicago Board Options Exchange broker has a sound knowledge of stock markets and the financial industry that can help students to get a solid knowledge of investing and learning about US markets and Global markets including the Foreign Exchange market.