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Start your trading journey on the right foot. Acquiring a comprehensive understanding of the basics of capital markets is crucial for success in the stock exchange. Our lecture on the "Basics of Capital Markets" covers all the essential concepts, including money, capital, and securities markets.
Explore the development and history of stock exchanges, understand the mechanics of the order book, and learn about the various trading processes that take place on stock exchanges, including the different types of orders and their components. This presentation contains 21 informative slides, providing a solid foundation for anyone just starting to learn about trading.
Number of Lessons: 6
Financial market is the location of exchanging money. It collects the participants of the transaction, the financial instruments, mechanisms, and laws and other regulations. Financial markets are categorised based on different attributes.
Short-term transactions belong to this category, only a certain part of these transaction belong to the securities market. These securities are usually some forms of loans. The most important elements of this group are the banks.
Long-term transactions belong to this category (and transactions without maturity). The capital market converts savings into investments.
The place for exchanging securities. It is a subcategory of both capital and money markets.
Investment funds make it possible for some investors to invest their savings in securities or real estate in a simple, secure, and efficient way.
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