MULTI-ASSET
CLASS ANALYSIS

MULTI-ASSET CLASSES

LEARN ABOUT FOREX, EQUITY, COMMODITY & FIXED INCOME MARKETS

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BROWSE LESSON PLAN

What are equity markets?

Head of Market Analysis Anthony Cheung explains what an equity is and why it exists. Also covered is what traders look at in these markets and the difference between macro and micro analysis.

Investment strategies

Better understand what options an investor has when investing in the stock market.

Market structure

A look at the structure of the trading day to understand regular patterns of increased volume and volatility.

Know your index: DAX 30

A look at the main stock index in Germany. Which companies are in the index, sector allocation and characteristics.

Know your index: Euro Stoxx 50

A look at the broader European based index. Which companies are in the index, sector allocation and characteristics.

Know your index: FTSE 100

A look at the main stock index in the UK Which companies are in the index, sector allocation and characteristics.

Know your index: S&P 500

A look at one of the main stock indices in the US. Which companies are in the index, sector allocation, characteristics and how it's different to the Dow and Nasdaq.

Know your index: Nasdaq 100

A look at the major tech oriented index in the US. Which companies are in the index, sector allocation, characteristics and a look at the FAANG names.

Know your index: Dow Jones Industrial Average 30

A look at the blue-chip index in the US. Which companies are in the index, sector allocation, characteristics. Also covered is the purpose of dual-listing and share classifications.

Equity sectors explained

Eddie Donmez goes into a more detailed explanation on equity sectors in the context of the broader business cycle and economic environment.

Earnings season

Anthony explains the need-to-know guide to understanding corporate earnings season in Europe and the US.

Equity markets - assessment

Short multiple choice quiz to test the lessons learnt in this section of the course.

What is a bond?

Head of Trading Piers Curran explains what a bond is and what purpose it serves through a practical example.

What makes bond prices move?

A look at the main factors that move government bond prices and how traders use the bond market as in indication of market sentiment.

The yield curve explained

Understand what the yield curve is and what changes in its shape means for investor sentiment and expectations. Also discussed is the concept of negative rates and yield curve inversion.

Trading bonds

A practical session where Head of Trading Piers Curran applies theoretical understanding onto the trading screens.

The role of credit ratings

Understand the purpose of credit ratings and how they are determined, distinguish the difference between investment and speculative grade and how these impact market sentiment and expectations.

Bond auctions explained

Head of Market Analysis Anthony Cheung explains the purpose of bond auctions and how to interpret auction results so that you can trade the ensuring price movement.

Equity market - assessment

Short multiple choice quiz to test the lessons learnt in this section of the course.

Introduction to the forex market

Learn the background on why the forex market is important and increase awareness of terminology and product awareness.

What makes the forex market move?

A look at the main factors that influence FX markets day-to-day and a detailed look at what traders look at when making a trading decision in the forex market.

Important times of the day

An insight into the regular patterns within a normal trading day to help understand the concept of timing when executing short-term trades.

Forex market - assessment

Short multiple choice quiz to test the lessons learnt in this section of the course.

What are commodity markets?

What is a commodity market and understanding the different classifications and terminology used in this market.

The law of supply & demand

Applying this theory into the current context of financial markets.

What makes oil prices move?

A look at what factors influence the price of crude oil.

What makes gold prices move?

A look at what factors influence gold and metal prices.

Introduction to geopolitics

A look at some of the key geopolitical areas of interest to traders and how these can impact certain commodity prices.

The importance of China

China is the world's largest consumer of commodity products so in this session we look at what you need to know about how the country operates, its long-term goals and political structure.

Commodity market - assessment

Short multiple choice quiz to test the lessons learnt in this section of the course.
Join Head of Trading Piers Curran and Head of Market Analysis Anthony Cheung as they deliver a comprehensive explanation on the major asset classes traded in the global financial markets.

Having a solid foundation of knowledge in these areas is a required staple for anyone looking to better understand the global macro picture. In this course, each asset class is deconstructed into digestible sessions walking you through all you need to know step-by-step.

At the end of this course, you will have a much deeper understanding of not only what type of information moves each market and why, but importantly how these markets interact with one another. This understanding can lead to more sound strategy development, better identification of potential trade opportunities, and heightened conviction in execution.
26 Videos | 3 PDFs | 4 Assessments

MULTI-ASSET CLASS ANALYSIS
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£100

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long do I have to complete the course?

Once you purchase the course you have life-time access to the material, and the ability to obtain your diploma certificate.

What do I do if I have questions on the content?

Upon purchase of the course, you will be granted access to a private Discord chat channel where you will have a designated room where you can ask questions and receive responses from the AmplifyLIVE team.

Will I be ready to trade after this course?

Yes, you will definitely be better equipped to trade after this course. However, there is lots to learn and experience before becoming a consistently profitable trader. We highly recommend completing the 5 core courses and then applying your knowledge on a demo account for several months before opening and trading on a live account.

What is the certificate I get on completion of the course?

Our training is fully accredited by the London Institute of Banking & Finance who are the oldest training and professional body for banking and financial services in England and Wales. The level 4 diploma status is the equivalent to undertaking the first year of a Bachelor's degree in the UK academic qualification framework.
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