Safe Investments During An Economic Crisis

Safe Investments During An Economic Crisis
Language
Arabic
Start Date

24/01/2021

Effort
4 hours ساعة
Level
Entry Level
The Coronavirus pandemic has shown us how fragile humanity is in the face of natural disasters. It especially showed us how vulnerable our economy is. Most of us have been affected financially whether you’re a business owner, an employee, or a fresh graduate looking for a job. It seems that the only who has gained are the investors who used the crisis to their advantage. In this course, you will primarily learn about the safe investment options during a financial crisis. The course is dedicated to anyone who’s worried about their financial safety during a crisis regardless of their current wealth. You might think that investments are only for the rich, but it isn’t. They just have a higher level of tolerance towards risk, but with proper diversification and strategies, you can also start investing with minimal risks. If you’re looking to become rich quickly, then this course isn’t for you. If you’re looking to substantially increase your wealth, then this course isn’t for you either. If you’re looking to be in a better financial position when a financial crisis deepens, then this is the course you’re looking for. Our focus in this course revolves around safety and security. This course isn’t a classical investment course. It is a specific course talking about safe investments during financial crises. For that reason, we start with explaining the nature of financial crises: both the definition and causes. Then we get into debt cycles to show that financial crises happen organically in cyclical manner due to the nature of the economic system, and aren’t random coincidences. They are predictable to a certain degree. Afterwards, we elaborate on the mentality of safe investments: whether it is financial investment, or time investment. We highlight the importance of diversification. Then, we list the popular safe investment options during a financial crisis, which are precious metals, cash, farmland, and other things with use-value to people. Next, we discuss other riskier investment options if you have extra money on the side, and you’re seeking fast wins. Those options include defensive stocks, short-selling and crypto currencies. Last but not least, we suggest investment options for those with minimal or no financial resources. Such options are social in nature, and revolve around investing in yourself, investing in others, and aiming to become more sustainable and self-sufficient in the ever-changing technological era. Hope this course act as a blueprint that helps you navigate through any financial crisis.

What You Will Learn

Understand the definition and causes of financial crises
Define debt cycles, and differentiate between long term and short term debt cycles
Analyze the corona crisis from a financial perspective
Distinguish between investments and trading
Identify their relationships with money
Identify their financial goals
Value their time as the main source of investment
Choose the most suitable investments given their financial and personal circumstances
Comprehend the benefits of diversification
Minimize the risks associated with investments
Assess the risks in their investment opportunities
Build an investment strategy suitable for their financial/life goals
List the main options for safe financial investment during a financial crisis
Predict the movement of the main financial assets during a financial crisis
Explain how gold and silver correlates with the market
Perceive the importance of farm land and physical items during a financial crisis
Illustrate a basic level of understanding in crypto currencies
Explain the difference between shorting and longing a financial asset
Identify potential defensive stocks
Illustrate a basic level of understanding in home farming, and hydroponics
Experiment with building an online presence for one’s personal brand
Understand the value of self-efficiency and sustainability during a financial crisis
Relate to the social environment amid tough financial crisis
Define Gift Economics and debunk the myth of barter
See economics not as a standalone science, but as an extension of social relationships

Instructors and Team

Dana Sisan

Dana Sisan

Dana Sisan got her Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Princess Sumaya University for Technology with and excellent rated GPA. During her academic years at the university, Dana had her internship at one of the world’s most famous accounting and auditing companies, Ernst & Young, in the Tax Department which contributed in her being more passionate about accounting and financial issues. After graduation, she never stopped the hard work and continued on learning new things. Her desire in knowing more about financial and managerial matters was the reason behind her enrolling ...