Investing Courses Bundle

Get comprehensive training to build a successful long-term investment portfolio in these self-paced, online courses. Learn market timing, diversification and the strategies institutional investors use to identify undervalued stocks

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Investing Courses Bundle

Get comprehensive training to build a successful long-term investment portfolio in these self-paced, online courses. Learn market timing, diversification and the strategies institutional investors use to identify undervalued stocks

$599.00 $599 USD

Bundle Description

This course bundle is made up of three courses, each addressing a different investing skill set:

All courses are taught by professionals from each respective field, and delivered in language for the layperson.

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    About the Instructors

    Lex van Dam
    Lex van Dam

    Lex van Dam is one of the UK’s most respected hedge fund managers, the author of How to Make Money Trading, a key opinion leader frequently quoted on CNN, Reuters, FT, and Bloomberg, and creator of the BBC TV Series Million Dollar Traders. He began his career trading stocks for Goldman Sachs, moved to GLG when it was Europe’s largest hedge fund, and is currently with Hampstead Capital LLP. In 2009, he branched out with Million Dollar Traders, a reality show in which he trained novices to outperform professional traders, and in November 2010, he launched The Lex van Dam Trading Academy.

    James Helliwell
    James Helliwell

    James Helliwell is Chief Investment Strategist and Director of the Lex van Dam Trading Academy, founded by hedge fund manager and BBC TV’s Million Dollar Traders creator Lex van Dam. Having started his career as a portfolio analyst before later working in derivatives trading, James has lectured at world-renowned institutions, including the London School of Economics, and been featured in major news outlets including the Financial Times, Reuters, and Bloomberg.

    John Jagerson
    John Jagerson CFA

    John Jagerson is a CFA and CMT charter holder and a founder of Learning Markets, which provides analysis and education for individual and professional investors. He is an author or co-author of five books on investing, currencies, bonds, and stocks. John has appeared in outlets like Forbes.com, BBC Radio, Nasdaq.com, and CBS for his financial strategy expertise. After graduating with a B.S. in Business from Utah Valley University, John completed the PLD program at Harvard Business School. Once the markets close each day, he can be found back on his mountain bike or in his running shoes on the trails of the Wasatch Mountains near his home.

    Students are Saying...

    I learned so much from this course. As an economics student, the way James and Lex broke down Research and Trade Like The Pros helped to expand my knowledge and better understand how the market plays out. I am definitely incorporating their strategies into my own investments. I also loved the written out definitions.

    Jonathan Henderson
    Student at Texas A&M

    I’ll teach you why identifying the best ETFs, knowing when to buy them and when to sell them, puts you way ahead of the game.

    John Jagerson
    CFA®, Founder of Learning Markets LLC

    As a finance student, I owned some preliminary knowledge regarding markets and investing. However, I wanted to learn various investment methods and techniques that school could never teach me. Investopedia Academy’s Research and Trade Like The Pros course taught me how to analyze companies and currencies on a professional level. I definitely have a better understanding of how elite hedge fund managers invest.

    Emiel Buffel
    International Relations and Diplomacy Student at the University of Antwerp