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Master the art of investing with investment classes in NYC. Learn how to build a strong investment portfolio, analyze market trends, and make informed financial decisions that will benefit your future.

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Stock Market Investing

Noble Desktop @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY & Virtually Online

Discover the secrets of stock investing, valuation techniques, and analyzing stock movements in this comprehensive course. Acquire the skills to understand financial statements and the factors influencing stock prices, taught with the principles of renowned value investors like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham.

(374) All levels 18 and older

Stock Market Investing Fundamentals

NYC Career Centers @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY & Virtually Online

Master the essentials of stock market investing, from valuation techniques to financial analysis. Explore the principles used by renowned investors like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham. Enroll in this course to gain a solid understanding of how financial markets work.

(680) All levels 18 and older

Stock Market Investing Fundamentals

NYIM Training @ 185 Madison Ave, New York, NY & Virtually Online

Master the essentials of stock market investing, from valuations to financial statements, in this comprehensive course offered by NYIM Training. Gain a solid understanding of how financial markets work and learn the principles advocated by value investors like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham.

(742) Beginner 18 and older
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Angel Investing 101

Class Rebel @ Virtual Classroom

Gain the confidence to approach any early-stage founder and secure yourself an investment that could change your life. Learn industry-specific investment strategies, understand the mechanics of funding, and persuade founders to let you invest in their companies. Master the art of angel investing with this comprehensive course.

(2) All levels 16 and older
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How to Start Investing If You've Never Done it Before

General Assembly @ 902 Broadway, New York, NY

Investing can feel like a scary thing to dive into, especially if you have no idea where to start. Luckily, it's become easier than ever now to start investing, even with a few dollars and you just need to know a few key terms to get going. In this workshop, you'll learn some investment basics to get you started, including some of the jargon that you'll see thrown around, as well as how to tie your investments to your goals, which types of investment...

(2637) All levels 18 and older
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Investor Breakfast Series: Investment & Expansion

Starta Ventures Academy @ 220 E 23rd St, New York, NY

Full Course Name: Investor Breakfast Series: Investment & Expansion in Latin America Latin America is fast on its way to becoming a major world market. This land of opportunity represents significant prospects for growth and is hungry for new business. The conditions for entrepreneurs have improved dramatically and Latin American governments have been investing in the technology industry and education. This has resulted in a number of thriving...

All levels 18 and older
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Venture Capital & Private Equity Masterclass

Venture University @ 245 5th Ave, New York, NY

The VC/PE Masterclass is an investment intensive course that covers the critical concepts of venture capital and private equity, with a number of case studies and group discussions. Includes ~25 hours of course material, covering 100+ core topics, going over 250+ slides. Note: The VC/PE Masterclass is included as part of the Investor Accelerator program, and can also be taken separately. Program Participants Experienced Professionals &...

All levels 18 and older
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Investing Using Online Platforms

General Assembly @ 902 Broadway, New York, NY

How does one manage an overall portfolio. What is the importance of allocation, and finding the right people to invest with. How to start investing in stocks- what communities are there, education tools, news feed, and investing alongside professionals. How to invest in Real Estate- a look at the rise of crowd funding platforms- Fundrise, Realty Mogul How to invest early stage startups without deal flow and expertise- Angel List Syndicates ...

(2637) All levels 18 and older

Conscious Investing for Centered Wealth

New York Open Center @ 22 E 30th St, New York, NY

Interest in Socially Responsible and Impact Investing has been expanding in recent years. Globally, more money than ever before is being invested with life-giving rather than life-harming intentions. And research is showing that integrating values into the investment process does not harm returns. However, there is an opportunity that may be missed if this type of investing is not approached in unison with a deeper look into the Self.  When...

(299) All levels 18 and older
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Impact Investing Spotlight

Be Social Change @ 424 W 54th St, New York, NY

Impact Investing Spotlight: Leveraging Capital to Create Social Change What is impact investing, and how can it be used as a force for good? At a time when radical advancements are needed to overcome social and environmental struggles, thoughtful investing in change-making ideas is crucial. Investors, employees, and young professionals are all beginning to demand that their financial investments are impact-first to make a difference in the world. ...

(245) All levels 18 and older
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Personal Finance and Investing

York College CPE @ 94 - 20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, Jamaica, NY

This course has been developed to educate participants on responsible personal financial management and will also discuss investments. Participants will be empowered with the necessary knowledge that will set them firmly on the path to financial independence. The following topics be covered: Equities (Stocks) Fixed Income (Bonds) Mutual Funds ETF's Real Estate Investments Taxation By the end of this course, students will have a fundamental...

(64) Beginner 18 and older
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How to Drastically Cut Costs in Difficult Times

New York City College of Technology @ 25 Chapel St, Brooklyn, NY

If you are trying to drastically cut cost because your retirement plan or your savings plan has lost a lot of money or your income does not meet your expenses and you want to learn how to save thousands of dollars, this course will greatly help you. Bev Nathan, who is strictly a consumer advocate, will explain how to save many thousands of dollars. To be discussed are ways to save money by investing on your own with no-load mutual funds or index...

(108) All levels 18 and older
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Investment Planning Series (Remote Live)

West Los Angeles College

Brian Asher’s Investment Planning workshops—one of Westside Extension’s original offerings in 1995—are still immensely popular today. Since 1985, through all kinds of economic environments, Brian has empowered investors to make intelligent investment decisions, implement informed strategies, and manage risk. Increase the likelihood of a better financial future using common sense and independent thinking, and learn how to take advantage of...

(58) All levels 18 and older
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5th Annual International Investment Panel

RICS Americas, Inc.

Join us for a panel presentation featuring representatives from some of the largest international investment firms in North America. Speakers will discuss their investment portfolios and goals. This annual event will be of interest to valuers, brokers, asset managers and anyone with a broader interest in global real estate. Expect a lively discussion and an opportunity to network and explore new ideas. Agenda 5:30 p.m. - Doors open. Registration....

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Reviews for Investing Classes in NYC

Investing Classes in NYC are rated 4.4 stars based on 5,209 verified reviews from actual CourseHorse.com purchasers.

  • Stock Market Investing Fundamentals

    Reviewed by Roberto E. on 12/8/2023
    I learned a lot and explained everything that he talk about in the course
  • Angel Investing 101

    Anonymous review on 1/31/2020
    Excellent course! Class was taught by a real professional in the industry who was very personable and super knowledgeable.
  • Personal Finance and Investing

    Reviewed by Erick G. on 1/28/2016
    Great great professor amazing way of teaching and very well educated, awesome personality

Discover the Best Investing Classes in NYC

Have you ever heard the phrase “hedge your bets?” Or maybe someone has reminded you that “playing the long game” is usually better than winning in the short term? These actually began as investing terms. Hedging your bets means being guarded and protecting yourself against risk. Playing the long game means you make strategic decisions for a better outcome in, you guessed it, the long term rather than wins you could probably achieve now that may be short-sighted. 

At the most basic level, investing means to spend money on something that will bring you additional income. This is slightly different from the popular term “invest in yourself,” although the concept is similar without money being the primary objective. 

Financial investing can feel overwhelming when you begin learning because there are many intricacies, new terminology, and a different view of money than most people have starting out. 

When you make an investment, the general goal is to purchase an asset at a low cost, wait until the value increases (appreciation), and then sell it for a profit (realizing capital gains). Risk enters the picture because you, as the investor, decide when to sell to maximize your earnings. If you predict incorrectly, or hold onto an asset for too long, it could depreciate (lose value). 

Dividends are the other way people commonly invest. You earn a dividend by purchasing stocks and/or bonds in companies that then pay you a portion of their profit on an ongoing basis. 

The primary investment categories are: 

  • Stocks and bonds
  • Mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
  • Real estate and property
  • Commodities like oil that have value outside of currency

When you hear about investing, you probably think of stocks —they’re a pretty common way for people to dip their toes into the investment world. Stocks become available when businesses need capital to grow. They make it possible for investors to purchase shares in the company. The money goes to fund their operations, and in exchange, they pay dividends —or regular earnings —to stockholders. During this process, investors become part owners of the company, which is where risk enters the picture. If a company is doing well, investors make money. If not, they lose money. 

Stocks and bonds are often part of the same conversation, but they’re not the same thing. When a company needs to borrow money, they’ll often seek private investors. A bond is formed when a private investor purchases a company’s debt. The investor owns the money, and wipes out the debt, and the company pays the investor back on a “fixed rate of return” similar to a loan payment. The fixed rate of return includes the original amount the investor paid, plus interest. Because of the fixed rate of return, bonds are sometimes considered less risky than other types of investing. 

A mutual fund is a company that purchases stocks, bonds, and other securities and creates a profitable portfolio. Investors can buy a stake in the mutual fund and benefit from the portfolio the company has already created —essentially, investors are purchasing stock in a company that already has a portfolio that makes money. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are similar, but include commodities. Because of this, they’re impacted by market values rather than a dollar amount like mutual funds. 

Property and real estate are likely familiar terms, too. When investors purchase land, homes, and other buildings, it’s called real estate investment. There are many factors to consider for property and real estate investment. Some include: 

  • Economy and government in the area
  • Growth projections
  • Crime rates
  • Cost of maintenance and upkeep

If you’re strategic, real estate is often considered a less risky way to invest because land and property are less likely to have big drops in value in a short amount of time like stocks. Property upkeep is a concern for some investors, especially with large or growing portfolios. In this case, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are a good solution. Like mutual funds, REITs make investments and maintain a profitable portfolio. In return, investors purchase stakes in the REIT, which has added benefits like paying higher dividends and not having to worry about property maintenance.

Commodities are goods that industries use to function —products like lumber, oil, and natural gas. The value of these products is driven by the market values, and positively impacted by inflation rates. When investors purchase commodities, they typically buy using futures, meaning they contract to buy and sell commodities at a set price before the commodities become available. This type of investment is helpful when inflation rises, and is often used to protect against some losses inflation causes; however, it’s quite risky because it means investors are spending based on educated guesses rather than a defined set of circumstances. It’s a more advanced and complex type of investment than others. 

Why You Should Learn Investing in NYC

Learning to invest is a great skill to learn no matter where you live. Home to the New York Stock Exchange on “the” Wall Street, learning investing in NYC might be one of the best places in the world to begin your journey.

Aside from the proximity to thousands of professional investors, NYC has a wide variety of reputable schools and classes to choose from. Whether you want to start online for free or attend in-person workshops, NYC has an option available. 

People from all over the world flock to NYC because of the opportunity and diversity, which means it’s an amazing place to network and build connections with people who could help you as you learn to invest. It also means you’re likely to meet people you never would have otherwise met, probably from all over the world. 

In terms of finances and careers, NYC is full of potential. It’s an expensive place to live, but if you can master investing, you’re more likely to be successful in the city. 

In-Person Investing Classes & Schools in NYC

There are many places to learn about investing in New York City. If you’re overwhelmed by the number of choices, try starting your search on CourseHorse. You can search specifically for investing classes in the city, and it will show you schools with in-person classes available, as well as where they’re located. 

Wall Street is located in Midtown Manhattan, so it might not be a surprise that there are great investing classes in the area. NYC Career Centers offers a great class for beginners called Stock Market Investing Fundamentals. During this day-long course, you’ll get a foundational understanding of how financial markets work and principles that will help you succeed in the long-term. You’ll learn about topics like financial statements, valuation, and earnings analysis using real-life case studies that fit into the bigger picture. 

If you’re looking for a more in-depth and business-oriented class, the American Management Association (AMA) hosts a 5-Day “MBA” Certificate Program. This program is designed for business professionals who need a good understanding of business topics, including investment, as well as practical steps to use their new knowledge. Examples of financial-specific topics include return on investment (ROI), accounting processes, and basic principles of bookkeeping. Since this course is five days, there is plenty of information to get a solid view of how a business looks and functions at a high-level, making it easy for you to determine what to invest in and/or how you want to structure a future business of your own. 

NYIM Training offers Financial Modeling Bootcamp in the heart of Midtown. Although financial modeling might initially seem like a separate topic from investing, this 3-day course is actually a great way to prepare for investment analyst positions. You don’t necessarily need to have financial experience to succeed in class, but you will need at least an intermediate understanding of Microsoft Excel. During bootcamp, you’ll learn about topics like advanced Excel for finance, corporate finance, company analysis, corporate valuation, and investment banking interview preparation.

For those who want to pursue a career in finance, Noble Desktop’s Financial Analyst Training Program is an effective way to begin learning. You’ll be surprised by the amount you can learn during this 5-day hands-on program. Start with core Excel skills, building to more advanced functionality before moving on to accounting, corporate finance, and valuation. End the week discussing financial modeling tools and learn how to evaluate potential investment equity from company shares. 

Virtual Investing Classes & Schools

If you’re learning from NYC, there’s an undeniable excitement about being in-person around one of the biggest investment hubs in the world. That being said, if you’re not in NYC or you’re simply more comfortable working from your own spaces, there are many online investing classes to choose from.

There are benefits from learning virtually, too: 

  • Live online and class replays for continued learning
  • No fighting through traffic to arrive at class on time
  • A larger variety of specialty topics
  • Ability to create your own distraction-free learning environment

Although you usually have to provide your own materials for virtual learning, investing classes don’t typically require too many physical resources. You can always inquire with the school or instructor about what you’ll need to be successful in class. 

Beginners will benefit from Stock Market Investing Fundamentals live online with NYC Career Centers. They teach the same material in this course online as they do in-person, and the same experts lead the course, which means you’re sure to have a quality class. Walk away knowing the foundations for how to invest wisely for long-term success, as well as basics such as stocks, bonds, stock market valuation, real estate investment. 

If you’re familiar with investment basics and want to continue learning, or if you simply enjoy a challenge, Santa Monica College offers an online Investment Bootcamp. During the 2 ½-hour course, you’ll learn how mutual funds, annuities, and retirement plans work. Get practical takeaways for tax strategy and an understanding of how ultra-successful investors like Peter Drucker are incredibly successful. As the course description says, this is a must-take for anyone who has a retirement account. 

Private Group Investing Classes in NYC

Want to schedule a personal development or team-building event for your organization? CourseHorse offers private group investing classes that could be what you’re looking for. 

Finance Corporate Training offers a solid foundation of corporate financial basics. It’s an excellent way for you and your team to understand how and why corporate finance works to make informed business decisions. It’s a good opportunity to prepare yourself and your employees to move into financial careers, if that’s a goal.

With a fairly small class of up to 20 people, your group will work through real-world case studies of business strategy decisions and current market pricing. Additionally, you’ll walk through ideas like financial terms, financial tools like stocks and bonds, and dividend payments. The class size is perfect for asking questions but still being able to participate in small group discussions. 

When booking a class through CourseHorse, there are several helpful advantages: 

  • Zero booking fees
  • 24 hours or less registration confirmation
  • Several supported video platforms use for class
  • Group customization
  • Ability to provide a class for the whole group or vouchers for team members to attend on their own schedule. 

If you have questions or want to schedule a free consultation, reach out to CourseHorse via the contact form on their website and they would be happy to figure out the best option for your group.

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