Investing can seem like a rather obscure and even risky practice, but putting your money away in the right places offers great opportunity to achieve financial freedom. David Borman, college instructor and author of the book Day Trading 101, invites you to the realm of capital trading with this course on the essential forms of investment. He'll not only explain the definition, significance, and purpose of stocks, bonds, commodities, and more, but he'll offer case studies for each as well, to make the flow of capital as clear as possible.
David Borman has been involved in the financial markets and trading since 1999. He has professionally worked at Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, TCM Custom House, Morgan Stanley, and Phillip Capital. He has been exposed to the trading and day trading of mutual funds, stocks, ETFs, Leveraged ETFs, Commodities, and Derivatives. He has worked right alongside the Risk Management Desk of a Singapore Based Futures Commission Merchant, where fifty million dollar margin calls were a daily occurrence. Within his own account, he has traded extensively using ETFs, precious metals, and currencies. He holds a BS in finance from Southern Illinois University, and a masters in accounting from DePaul University, and is working on his PhD in financial management from Northcentral University. When not trading, David finds the time shop for treasures at local antique shops. He is the author of Day Trading 101.