Understand International Economics — And Save Lots Of Money — With This Financial Training

Understand International Economics — And Save Lots Of Money — With This Financial Training

You balance your checkbook. You monitor your pay stubs and you’ve got a little bit socked away for retirement. Maybe you’ve even got a home or some other significant investments. But for most of us, the world of high stakes finance, the realm of numbers with multiple zeroes and more dollars than most of us make in years, is a mostly murky place.

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This hyper-intensive, nine-course, 56-hour package will not only help you understand the principles of global economies and corporate finance, but the financial factors that directly impact your daily life. You’ll learn about the bond market, building an investment portfolio, equity valuation, consumer market factors, even statistical analysis to help you get a handle on your personal wealth and how best to use it.

It’s Econ 101 training — and maybe even a few upper-division courses as well — all in one tidy bundle. And right now, you can get this package of instruction worth nearly $550 for only $49 with this limited time offer.

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