6 session with an analyst + Ebook


  • Asset correlations, volatility (beta, standard deviation, benchmarking indexes)
  • Risk Management (asset allocation, instruments, strategies)
  • In-depth Mutual/Index/Exchange-Traded fund investing
  • Market theories (EMH, MPT, criticisms, application to trading)
  • Cryptocurrencies (blockchain, lightning network, problems, and challenges)
  • Cryptocurrency Trading Strategies
  • Advanced Technologies (NEW)
  • VIP Analysts
  • Access to The Biggest Financial Market Events
  • Access to the Biggest ETF’s like S&P500, EEM, XLF etc…
This course talks about the most advanced concepts in the financial and investing market. Students who plan to avail this course must have advanced financial and economic knowledge. It covers topics ranging from asset correlations and measures of volatility to market theories such as the Efficient Markets Hypothesis and Modern Portfolio Theory.


Asset Correlations and Volatility


This part of the course talks about the concept of asset correlation, in which one asset/market’s correlation with another asset/market is measured, with a goal of managing potential losses and gains. It also consists of discussions about different volatility measures, including
  • Beta
  • Standard deviation
  • Historical volatility
  • Implied volatility


Risk Management


This part of the course talks about the concept of risk management, discussing instruments, practices, and strategies that can help the student protect his investments and capital from potential losses and risks.
  • Optimal Asset Allocation – lessons about the concept of diversification, allocation, and rebalancing portfolios.
  • Instruments – lessons about which instruments/investment vehicles are best to use as hedge or protection against risks and losses.
  • Strategies – lessons about the strategies that expert investors use such as sophisticated derivative contracts and passive fund management.


In-Depth Fund Investing


This part of the course covers topics about the investing in various kinds of pooled funds such as mutual and hedge funds, along with their advantages and disadvantages and which funds are better than the other depending on certain aspects.
  • Mutual Funds
  • Index Funds
  • Exchange-Traded Funds
  • Hedge Funds
  • Funds of Funds


Market Theories


This part of the lesson talks about advanced market concepts that will help the student determine the overall condition and movement of the market, along with the underlying forces that help drive the market.
  • Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) – lessons about the history and premises of the efficient market hypothesis.
  • Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) – lessons about the history, applications, and principles of the modern portfolio theory, and how the student/trader can apply the concepts into his/her portfolio strategy
  • Behavioral Finance – lessons about how market anomalies arise out of investor psychology and behavior (biases).


Cryptocurrencies (Advanced Topics)


This part of the course talks about the advanced concepts, financial applications, and potential risks of the cryptocurrency industry, covering topics about blockchain and its problems, along with the solutions to those problems.


Cryptocurrency Trading Strategies


This part of the course consists of various trading strategies that involve the use of cryptocurrencies. This part will cover lessons on trading cryptocurrencies with fiat currencies, and cryptocurrencies with other altcoins and tokens.