Lessons from a Columbia MBA

Learn how to succeed as both a financial analyst and an investor from a verified expert. Chris Haroun is a Columbia MBA graduate, hedge fund founder, venture capitalist and TEDx Talk speaker. Aside from his impressive resume, he is also an award-winning professor and the perfect person to guide you through this very thorough financial analyst course.

This course was designed specifically to prepare students to go on to be competitive in the finance industry. Learn tips from Chris's own experience in the Goldman Sachs financial analyst training program — all from the comfort of your own home. This convenient online course covers a wide range of topics, from how an IPO works, to managing a portfolio to learning how to value companies. And aside from becoming an expert in skills like Excel for financial analysts and learning to build financial models, you'll also get practical job-hunting skills that can help you get hired.

What students are saying

Students have raved about The 2021 Complete Financial Analyst Training and Investing Course. Mike M, shared, "Being a tech guy[,] this is good information. I have always wanted to add to my skill set and I think this will help get into management."

Meanwhile, Michael O. noted, "Chris Haroun really knows how to make your learning experience very enjoyable and I have enrolled on several of his courses."

Take the first step towards a lucrative new career with The 2021 Complete Financial Analyst Training and Investing Course..

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