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Stock Market Investing 202

Facilitator:                             Professor C. Justin Robinson 

Modality:                                Fully Online

Duration:                                October 23rd – November 27th, 2021

Time:                                        Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. AST

Cost:                                         USD $175.00

Certificate Awarded:           Certificate of Completion

Registration Deadline:          Friday 16th October, 2021


Fully interactive global trading platform.  Participants learn by actually building and managing a portfolio using this global platform (the only thing not real is the money.


On completion of this programme participants will be able to formulate and execute trading strategies for:

  1. Stocks (including day trading)
  2. Futures
  3. Options
  4. Currencies
  5. Cryptos

Topics to be covered

The programme will cover the following topics:

  1. Stock analysis and trading strategies
  2. Futures trading and popular investment strategies
  3. Options trading and popular investment strategies
  4. Currency trading and popular investment strategies
  5. Trading strategies for Cryptos

Meet The Facilitator 

Prof. C. Justin Robinson, a Professor of Corporate Finance,  is a national of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and currently serves as Pro. Vice Chancellor, Board For Undergraduate Studies, University of the West Indies.  He obtained his PhD in Finance from the University of Manchester, UK.  He also holds an MSc in Finance and Econometrics from Florida International University and a BSc in Management Studies (First Class Honours) from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados.  Prof. Robinson’s research interests are Capital Markets in Developing Countries, Public Finance, Financial Risk Management and Corporate Finance In Developing Countries.  Prof. Robinson currently serves as a Director of the Central Bank of Barbados, and First Vice President of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society. 



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