The Investment Language Teacher

Friday, August 23, 2019
Investment Basics for Everyone
Class #: FP101 
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This class is for anyone who wants a solid introduction to Investments and Investing.  If you know nothing about investments, or, maybe you know just a little and know that you need to learn more, this is the class for you. Topics covered include: important and frequently used investment terms and concepts;common stock and preferred stock;government, corporate and municipal bonds; open and closed ended mutual funds; portfolio diversification and its importance. The goal of this class is threefold. First, teach you some important investment terms and concepts. Second, prove to you that investments are not something to be intimidated by, you can learn this. Third, to convince you that it is important for you to know about your investments. Mike Walsh is a former Stockbroker and Bond Broker who will introduce you to the world of investing in a fun, pressure free environment.   http://www.michaeljohnwalsh.com/investment-education-classes/student-quotes

Instructor: Michael Walsh
Cost: $75 
Cost: $60 (if registered up to one week before the class begins)

Day: Mon. # of meetings: 2
Date(s): 2/2 - 2/9
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Fort Mason, Bldg B     Rm: 106
Material fee (pay to the instructor): $10


How to Pick Stock and Bond Mutual Funds
Class #: FP105
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This class will teach you what you need to know to choose the best Mutual Funds for you. No prior knowledge is required.  Stocks, Bonds and the various different types of Stock and Bond Mutual Funds will be explained. We will cover all the basic characteristics of Mutual Funds and explain all the “technical” information for Stock and Bond Funds specifically.  Also, popular and free online resources for researching Mutual Funds will be used during class so that you can feel comfortable using them on your own after the class is completed. The knowledge gained in this class will make you more confident with your 401(k) choices as well as investments made outside of your 401(k). Mike Walsh is a former Stockbroker and Bondbroker and he explains everything in a way that makes sense. http://www.michaeljohnwalsh.com/investment-education-classes/student-quotes


Instructor: Michael Walsh
Cost: $75 
Cost: $60 (if registered up to one week before the class begins)
Day: Mon. # of meetings: 2
Date(s): 4/6- 4/13
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Fort Mason, Bldg B     Rm: 106
Material fee (pay to the instructor): $10



Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) - What You Need To Know For Your Own Portfolio
Class #: FP107
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If you are like most people, you have heard the term Exchange Traded Fund before, but, you probably don’t know too much about them. This class is your chance to learn about Exchange Traded Funds – ETFs for short – in an environment that is “education only” and geared for people with no prior knowledge of ETFs.
Some ETFs can be considered alternatives to certain Mutual Funds. The way ETFs are bought and sold and the way they are constructed are much different than Mutual Funds. This class will cover the pros and cons of ETFs and all the ways that they differ from Mutual Funds. You will also learn the different types of ETFs that are available and which information you should check when choosing between ETFs. This class will give you a firm base of knowledge of ETFs. Mike Walsh is a former Stockbroker and Bond broker and he explains everything in a way that makes sense
. http://www.michaeljohnwalsh.com/investment-education-classes/student-quotes

Instructor: Michael Walsh
Cost: $75 
Cost: $60 (if registered up to one week before the class begins)
Day: Mon. # of meetings: 2
Date(s): 5/11- 5/18
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Fort Mason, Bldg B     Rm: 106
Material fee (pay to the instructor): $10


 




 

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