For most money managers, risk management is a key component to investing. The IB Risk Navigator is a powerful standalone portfolio monitoring tool built to measure and aggregate real and dummy position exposure across all asset classes.
Lesson: #1 Introduction to IBKR’s Risk Navigator©
Lesson: #2 Margin Sensitivity Using IBKR Risk Navigator
Lesson: #3 Beta Weighting in the IB Risk Navigator©
Lesson: #4 Configuring Portfolio and Underlying Risk in Risk Navigator
Lesson: #5 IBKR Risk Navigator – Calculating the Forward Prices for Options
We will teach you the different types of margin accounts, methods and requirements in order to understand how margin rules are determined both domestically and abroad. Trading on margin is only for sophisticated traders. You may lose more than your initial investment.
As a trader, you will come across many factors that you must consider before entering or exiting the markets. Some of the most important aspects to look for are economic events that can move the markets drastically one way or another.
Lesson: #1 About Key Economic Events
Lesson: #2 About the Retail Sales Report
Lesson: #3 What is the Non-Farm Payroll Report?
Lesson: #4 Understanding Consumer Price Index and Producer Price Index
Lesson: #5 Understanding U.S. Housing Data
Lesson: #6 What is the European Central Bank?
Lesson: #7 Understanding the FOMC Report
Lesson: #8 Understanding the Oil Data Report
Lesson: #9 The Importance of Consumer Confidence Surveys
This course is aimed at helping investors wanting to take a short position in stocks understand what to do and where to find key information in Trader Workstation. We explain the short selling cycle and how investors can easily find out stock loan availability in the platform.