If you are new to investing and want to begin to understand stock market fundamentals, this course will help familiarize you with some common terms and concepts surrounding investments.
This course provides an introduction to indexes. You will learn what an index is, how it is used, and how index constituents are selected. We will discuss what it means for an index to be float-adjusted, as well as how index values are calculated, and how those values are used to calculate performance.
We explain what Exchange-Traded Funds are; how they differ from mutual funds; the types of ETFs available to you; where you can buy and sell ETFs; and how the basic structure of an ETF works.
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.
This course covers the basics of U.S. exchanges and the rules that govern U.S. equities trading. Presented by IEX, it uses The Investors Exchange as an example for what happens to your order when it gets sent to a stock exchange. About IEX Group, Inc. IEX is a technology company committed to raising the bar for performance, fairness and transparency. In 2016, we launched the Investors Exchange, a stock exchange working to protect investors. Since then, the Investors Exchange has grown to be one of the largest exchange operators globally, by notional value traded. To learn more about the exchange and other IEX businesses visit iextrading.com or search IEX.
Lesson: #1 The Rulebook and the Regulators
Lesson: #2 The Playing Field & Referees: Exchanges and other Trading Venues
Lesson: #3 The Ball: Publicly-Listed Stocks
Lesson: #4 The Players: Broker-Dealers and Investors
Lesson: #5 The Plays: Order Types and Algorithms
Lesson: #6 Instant Replay: Tracking an order from start to finish
This course provides an overview of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), including different categories and types of ETPs, as well as some of the opportunities and risks these products present to investors. Lessons in this course will also explore physically backed commodity ETPs, such as those underpinned by gold and silver, as well as synthetic ETPs such as oil ETPs and Short and Leveraged (S&L) ETPs. Some insights into what investors should be aware of when deciding to invest in these products, and ways of mitigating certain risks, are also offered.
This course by State Street Global Advisors will discuss ETF trading factors, market structure and executions, liquidity considerations and ETFs and market volatility events.
ETFs resemble mutual funds in structure but can be traded throughout the day like stocks. Direxion offers leveraged ETFs — daily trading tools that are designed to help increase exposure and stay agile in rapidly changing markets.