The Finance and Macroeconomics Module is ideal for newcomers to Financial Markets.

Introduction to ETFs Course

Mutual Funds and ETFS or Exchange Traded Funds are Pooled investment vehicles. Thousands, perhaps a lot more individual and institutional investors pool in smaller amounts of money which is managed by a Fund manager. The Fund manager actively manages both types, saving investors the effort of research and stock picking. Both types have pros and Cons, but are a good choice for a first investment

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Macro approaches

ETF trading offer less volatility, instant diversification and involves taking a macro approach rather than a micro approach. This makes it ideal for working professionals

ETF Choices are dazzling

ETFs offer a world of choice for investors today, and there is an ETF for every possible investment interest, in every corner of the world

Stable trading environment

The impact of earnings reports, company specific bad news like oil spills etc. can have severe impact on stocks. ETFs can avoid these to a large extent

Index and Sector based

Broad market indices and their ETFs or even sector based ETFs offer tremendous liquidity and reduced volatility


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