FP 3: Investment Planning
This course will provide you with the knowledge to assess a client’s risk-tolerance, tax situation, liquidity, and marketability requirements in order to determine appropriate investment vehicles. Other topics covered in this course include regulation of markets, investment vehicles, investment theory, financial markets, and modern portfolio theory. Fees for required study guides and the online final exam are not included in tuition. Required course booklets and online exams are available for purchase online at dalton-education.com/nyu-store .
You'll Walk Away with
- An understanding of a client’s stated goals and risk tolerance, as well as the economic environment, in order to make informed investment decisions
- The ability to invest in common stocks, fixed-income securities, portfolio management, and derivative securities, having gained the requisite knowledge to do so effectively
- The skills to collect information necessary to prepare a detailed statement of investment holdings
- Familiarity with cash flows available for investment
- An understanding of how to determine a client’s experience with, and attitudes and biases toward, investments