- Cash Management
- Consumer and Mortgage Loans
- Debt and Debt Reduction
- Time Value of Money 1: Present and Future Value
- Time Value of Money 2: Inflation, Real Returns, Annuities, and Amortized Loans
- Insurance 1: Basics
- Insurance 2: Life Insurance
- Insurance 3: Health, Long-term Care, and Disability Insurance
- Insurance 4: Auto, Homeowners, and Liability Insurance
- The Home Decision
- The Auto Decision
- Family 1: Money and Marriage
- Family 2: Teaching Children Financial Responsibility
- Family 3: Financing Children’s Education and Missions
- Investments A: Key Lessons of Investing
- Investments B: Key Lessons of Investing
Investments B: Key Lessons of Investing
Title: Investments B: Key Lessons of Investing
Course Description: This is the second section of a two part intermediate course on investing. After the discussion of the principles of successful investing and the investment hourglass (a teaching tool) in Investments A, this section will discuss the priority of money and the historical performance of the major asset classes.
Difficulty Level: Intermediate. This course is recommended for individuals with some college experience and some math ability. You should also have a good understanding of the time value of money.
Time to Complete: To complete this section will take about an hour.
Prerequisites for this Course: I recommend you first complete the courses on Another Perspective on Wealth; Time Value of Money 1; Time Value of Money 2; and Investments A: Twelve Lessons of Investing.