Financial Trading and Investing

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FINC3014 Trading and Dealing in Security Markets HD Notes

Notes cover content for entire semester Topics covered: * Trading basics * The trading industry...

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FINC3014 Trading and Dealing Securities Markets COMPLETE NOTES

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Trading and Dealing Final Exam notes

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FINC3014 HD Notes + Questions

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FINC3014 HD final exam notes + final questions

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Reviews

Full of theory throughout the course. The lab session is quiet exciting, however, the lack of instruction during the session has made students easily get lost. Overall, it is a good course for a sound understanding of trading and exchanges.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

not quite exciting, the content on slides and textbook could be fundamentally different, kind of boring. do not expect to learn something useful.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

While initially the content was exceptionally dry, it become quite interesting after the first few weeks. I think most people picked the unit thinking it was 'relatively easy' but it certainly was not. It required a lot more calculations than most people expected. To get a HD, you really needed to be able to apply concepts to numbers (self-study) and also have reasoned arguments on issues (e.g. Insider trading) - from a HD student

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015