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Basic Financial Literacy

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Basic Financial Literacy

Basic Financial Literacy

This note consist of basic financial literacy encompassing various areas that are very pertinent to the understanding of finance. Topics covered includes: Meaning, Nature And Types Of Investment, Venture Creation, Diversification as a Basis Of Investment Portfolio, Investing Wisely in Capital Market Using Hedging, Investing Wisely in Capital Market Using Arbitrage, Investing Wisely in Capital Market Using Speculation, Investment in Derivatives, Investment Portfolio in Properties and Commodities, Leveraging On Debts and Venture Capital In Creating Wealth, Intellectual Property and Royalties, Financial Market Instruments, Capital Gains and Continuous Cash Flows, Personal Financial Planning, Maintaining Savings Account For Cash Reserves, Planning For Contingency Fund, Insurance and Risk Hedging, Understanding Tax Issues.

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s185 Pages
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