How to Choose a Stock: An Integrated Course of Principles of Economics, Financial Accounting and Investments
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|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|June 24, 2013 - July 12, 2013||3||M-F 9A-11:50A||Waitlisted||Nicholas Coleman||10350|
This course will introduce you a conceptual framework for choosing a stock and give you hands-on experience in trading. This course is designed for students who have a general interest in Economics and/or Investments. The broader coverage of this course offers you not only a taste of three different subjects but also a broader picture of what Econ concentrators learn at Brown. In addition, this introductory course aims to develop students’ practical ability to utilize economic theories.
This course aims to provide you a conceptual framework for choosing a stock. Fundamental analysis and technical analysis are two main components in stock selection. Fundamental analysis includes macroeconomic analysis, industry-level analysis and firm-level analysis.
By the end of the course, students will:
1. Know how to evaluate a company or a stock
2. Know how to read financial statements
3. Be able to place orders to buy or sell stocks
4. Know how to read technical charts and indicators
*Please note: This course has a Material Fee of $50.00.