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Required experience/knowledge: Learners need to know the definition of a stock and a stock market. Although not a prerequisite, my Introduction to the Stock Market (Ages 10 to 14) class is an excellent start. Alternatively, learners can enroll in my Introduction to Stock Investing multi-day class (Ages 10 to 14), which combines the previously mentioned one-time class and this one together. Here are the class links: Introduction to the Stock Market (Ages 10 to...
This class is taught in English.
Learners will understand the basic information investors need before placing a trade. They will learn basic information needed to evaluate a stock before placing a trade, such as the stock chart, key company information, and other factors (economy, market sentiment, etc.). Finally, I close the lesson by talking about what knowledge is necessary for successful stock investing and the task and considerations of stock ownership.
I have a strong financial industry background. In terms of my educational credentials, I completed a bachelor’s degree in business management with a concentration in finance and a minor in economics from Boston University. I also earned a master’s degree in finance from Boston College and the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certification from the CFA Institute. In my professional career, I have extensive working experience in the banking, commercial real estate, financial markets, and asset management sectors. I worked as an accountant, an analyst (risk, investment performance, reporting), a consultant, and an executive. I have published seven industry articles so far. In my current role, I focus on consulting, teaching investing, and producing investor educational materials.
Optional: A writing instrument and paper
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I encourage learners to learn more about the stock market and take an interest in investing. However, learners should not be investing without substantial parental guidance and supervision.
Adrian Wong, CFA
Finance professional with a passion for investing
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 total reviews
13 completed classes
I teach investing related classes. Investing is a complex topic to teach. Learners can develop a fragmented understanding if teachers present information in silos. I will use a systems approach that introduces a concept and its importance before...