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What you’ll learn
How stocks are connected to a broader economy
How to identify potential stock market bubbles and upcoming recessions
How to invest in stocks or housing based on economic data
Case studies on the market crashes of 2008, and … 2021?
63 lectures and 14 of hands-on exercises of using real Economic data to make decisions about the stock market and housing market
You will enjoy learning advanced Economic concepts that are broken down into simple to understand pieces with plenty of visual learning
You will build a comprehensive, free to use, mobile-friendly, and easy to maintain analytical dashboard WITHOUT Excel or coding
You will learn how to use Macroeconomic data to make decisions
You will understand government and central bank policies and what they mean for the markets
Understand if there is a risk of recession and what parts of the Economy are at risk
Learn about market psychology, smart money and dumb money, and why it is important
There are no prerequisites for this course. No special software is required either.
Join with a curious mind. All levels of experience are welcome.
A two-hour crash course on economic analysis for investing. Based on the teaching of Ray Dalio and my experience.
90%+ of stocks and real estate will lose value during a market crash caused by an Economic imbalance. Deciding WHEN to invest is as important as WHAT stocks to invest in. In this course, you will learn how to analyze the economy to understand when turning points are approaching, so you can make better investment decisions in the stock market.
What students say
“I feel like I’ve barely begun and have already learned so much.”
“This course is very informative and easy to follow. It integrates a wide‐range of learnings regarding economics, finance, and investment. Subjects were explained in great detail while still keeping the audience focused and interested. I would recommend this course to anyone who would like to learn about market analysis and investment.”
Master Economic Analysis And Learn How To Apply It to Stock Trading
- Learn how the economy works
- Develop expertise in analyzing economic activity of households and businesses, government and central bank policies, and international transactions
- Recognize when the economy is likely to fall into recession and when it is likely to grow
- Understand what drives stock market bubbles, crashes, and rallies
- Build a comprehensive, free to use, mobile-friendly, and easy to maintain economic analysis dashboard
Understanding economic data will make you a better investor. You will know how to use economic data to make better investment decisions. If you are not an investor yet, but considering becoming one, you will understand what drives the markets and how to leverage economic trends to your advantage in trading.
More than half of this course is the hands-on practice of applying the knowledge you’ll learn to the real world. You are going to work through exercises to analyze individual sectors of the economy, as well as how it functions overall. You will solve case studies that combine the last 20 years of economic and stock market trends, including three economic cycles, followed by market crashes (and recoveries) of 2000, 2008, and 2020.
I spent 17 years learning and applying skills in Economics and Investment Management. I found that these two subjects are often taught separately, although they are tightly interconnected. I developed this course to share how to leverage economic analysis to become a better investor and succeed as a macro-driven stock trader.
Contents and Overview
This course contains 63 lectures and 14 assignments, including two comprehensive case studies. It’s designed for anyone, however, you will benefit the most if you are a beginner or intermediate investor.
In this course, we will start with fundamental concepts. We will review all the segments in the economy and how they are interconnected. We will discuss economic cycles and unique identifiers for turning points.
Then, we will take a detailed look at each of the economic segments. You will learn how to analyze households, businesses, and financial companies. You will explore the role of international transactions. You will develop an understanding of government and central bank policies. You will learn what to look for in each segment that can lead to either growth of the economy and markets, or recession and stock market crash.
Also, we will talk about market psychology, smart money & dumb money, and other useful indicators to look at as you do your investment analysis.
By the end of this course, you’ll gain valuable skills, as well as tools, on how to easily leverage economic analysis for stock trading.
If you understand what is happening with the economy, you are more likely to recognize when things are about to turn for better or for worse. And you know what the best part is? All the information you need is publicly available for free. You need to know where to look. Let’s look now.
Who this course is for:
- You currently have investments, including stocks, bonds, or housing
- You plan to start trading stocks in the future
- You are interested in economics, finance fundamentals, or investing as your career track
- You want to make data driven investment decisions
- You have big personal finance decisions to make