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Fundamentals of Financial Thinking

Breaking down financial principles: Understanding the key concepts behind money management.

Developing a Financial Plan: Learn the steps to create an effective personal financial plan.

The Fundamentals of Financial Thinking course is designed to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage personal finances and take an informed approach to investing. The course program includes 4 lessons with a total duration of 2 hours, each of which is aimed at studying key aspects of financial thinking.


Lesson 1: Introduction to Financial Thinking

Duration: 30 minutes

Description: This lesson introduces the basics of financial literacy, teaches the basic principles of personal finance management, and develops an understanding of the need for financial planning. Participants will learn how financial thinking affects everyday decisions and long-term well-being.

Lesson 2: Setting Financial Goals and Planning

Duration: 30 minutes

Description: The second lesson focuses on methods for setting realistic financial goals and developing strategies to achieve them. Various financial planning tools are covered, including budgeting and creating an emergency fund.

Lesson 3: Investing Basics

Duration: 30 minutes

Description: The third lesson introduces participants to the world of investing, explaining key concepts and types of investment instruments. Discusses the fundamentals of portfolio investing, risk and return, and the principles of investment diversity.

Lesson 4: Risk Management and Psychology of Investing

Duration: 30 minutes

Description: The final lesson of the course is devoted to managing financial risks and studying the psychological aspects of investing. Participants will learn to identify and minimize risks, and understand how emotions and behavioral factors can influence investment decisions.

Investment Strategies

Introduction to various investment vehicles: Stocks, bonds, mutual funds and ETFs, and how they work.

Building an investment portfolio: How to diversify your investments and why it is important to minimize risks.

The Investment Strategies course is an in-depth study of various methods and approaches to investing. The program includes 12 lessons and 4 practical tasks, with a total duration of 20 hours, which allows participants not only to gain theoretical knowledge, but also to apply it in practice.

Main Aspects of the Course:

Introduction to Investment Strategies: An overview of basic strategies and their application in various market conditions.

Financial Market Analysis: Study of market analysis tools and their role in making investment decisions.

Portfolio Investing: Creation and management of an investment portfolio, diversification of investments.

Risk and Return: Assessment of the risk/return ratio, risk minimization strategies.

Alternative Investments: Introduction to alternative investment vehicles such as real estate, gold, cryptocurrencies.

Fundamental and Technical Analysis: Deep dive into analysis techniques to make informed investment decisions.

Psychology of Investing: The study of behavioral factors influencing investment decisions.

Tax Planning and Investments: Fundamentals of tax planning for investors.

Investment Exit Strategies: Develop exit strategies to maximize profits and minimize losses.

Global Markets and Investment Strategies: Adapting strategies to global market trends.

Investing and Ethics: A discussion of ethical considerations in investing.

Creation of an Individual Investment Strategy: Development of a personal investment strategy based on the knowledge acquired.

Practical Tasks:

The course includes 4 practical tasks that will allow participants to apply the acquired knowledge in practice, develop their own investment plan, analyze real investment cases and assess the risks and potential profitability of investments.