The PSI basic seminar is a three-day, three-session seminar that will teach you how to buy, sell and manage your portfolio.
I attended the event in New York City on Saturday and took notes as the instructors spoke to the audience and provided them with the basics of what the seminar entails.
In addition to the fundamentals, the PSI seminar also focuses on how to find value.
This was important to me as I was hoping to invest in a stock or a bond that had a good future.
If a stock has a long-term upside, then it’s better to own the stock because it’s unlikely to fall in price.
If it’s an upside-down stock, then you need to own it because it has a better chance of gaining in value.
As a trader, I often want to be able to invest with confidence because of the inherent volatility in stocks.
I don’t want to pay for a stock that has a lot of potential but is undervalued.
The PSIA also focuses in on what the market can do in terms of buying and selling.
In the past, the market has done well by buying and then selling stocks.
But the PSIA provides the tools and knowledge to understand how this works and to do so in a way that makes sense to me.
The two courses on Sunday are called, “Understanding the stock market” and “Why do companies fail?”
The PSIE, the first course, focuses on the fundamentals of the stock.
The second course, titled, “The Stock Market: A Market Analysis” was a little more technical and focused on a specific aspect of the market.
In that section, you’ll learn about the fundamentals like the price and the risk-adjusted valuation of a company.
In the PSIE seminar, you will also learn about how to use your financial tools to manage your money and be confident about your investments.
You will learn to use some of the best financial tools in the world to manage money, which include a budget, budgeting, cash flow, risk management, and asset allocation.
It also will cover investing in a variety of financial instruments.
If you’re looking to learn about stocks, you can take the PSISB Finance seminar.
The seminar focuses on buying and investing.
The course is geared toward individuals with low to moderate levels of student loan debt.
It is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.