THE STOCK MARKET AND INVESTMENTS
(4 credit hours)
Fall | Prerequisites: FN201 or consent of the Program Director
Introduction to securities markets and how they function. This course covers the interpretation of market changes, capital flow, and factors influencing stock market prices. Strategies and theories of investing are studied using various analytical tools and sources of investment information. Case studies and stock market games are used to simulate real-life scenarios. Special attention is given to investing in difficult and everchanging economic conditions. The role of ethics in stock trading is also a topic of discussion.