The United Arab Emirates will offer free lessons on how to invest in the stock market
Investing is a tricky business. No matter how attractive the stock is. One day it’s all smooth and the next can be a disaster day. It is risky and when you’re new to the market it gets difficult.
UAE is soon going to launch free courses about the stock market investment. A completely free online course delivered by Paul Wallace and Malte Kaub, two of Europe’s most renowned English-speaking traders who have trained more than 10,000 investors in various countries over the course of their careers.
Amateurs can hope to elevate themselves to professional standards lwith these courses. It is a new program announced by international broker Lead capital Corp Ltd. They wants to make people aware of the secrets of trading and stock market investments from all around the world, completely free of charge.
These courses are based on the idea that participants enjoy learning. The course will be a mixture of entertainment and education, as participants will be able to understand how and when to invest, how to manage the risks of investment, how investor psychology works, how to limit possible losses and optimise the benefits, how to work with diverse financial products, and will also get to know the most common mistakes of novice investors.
The most adventurous participants will even be able to put their learning into practice in real time through a free stock market simulator, where they will be able to make investments with virtual capital and zero risk.
What is Stock Market
The stock market, in its broadest sense, refers to the collection of exchanges and other places where shares of publicly traded firms are bought, sold, and issued. Such financial transactions are carried out through established official exchanges (whether physical or electronic) or over-the-counter (OTC) marketplaces that follow a set of rules.
How it works
The stock market brings together, interacts with, and transacts with a large number of buyers and sellers of securities. Stock markets enable the price discovery of corporate shares and serve as a barometer for the wider economy. Because of the large number of stock market participants, one may frequently be assured of a fair price and a high degree of liquidity because diverse market participants compete for the best price. A stock exchange is a highly controlled and monitored environment.
Because the stock market is thought to be a smart way to make money. However, without adequate knowledge, it might be a perilous investment. As a result, it is preferable to study the fundamentals of how the stock market operates.