Crash Course in Bonds
Why You Should Take This Course
We’ll be blunt: bond analysis is usually taught horribly. Our course completely demystifies fixed income analysis to give people from the outside a clear window to the inside.
If you’ve ever tried to learn about bonds – either through a textbook, a university class, or CFA training materials, you’ve most likely discovered that it quickly gets painful. We’ll be blunt: bond analysis is usually taught horribly. Beyond super-basic concepts of bond pricing and interest rate valuation, concepts like convexity, modified duration and forward curves are introduced with no connection to how they relate to real-world investment strategies.
We made this bonds course with one overall objective in mind: to make something truly different than what’s out there now. Something that completely demystifies fixed income analysis and gives people a clear window to the inside.
We feel certain we've accomplished this. We take you step-by-step through the core concepts you need, and completely cut out concepts you’ll never use. The result is an intuitive look at the use of bonds in fixed income research, sales and trading and investment banking.
What You Will Learn
We'll show you how market practitioners use Bloomberg on the job.
Interpreting the Bloomberg YAS screen
Yield curve shape at various points in the business cycle
Get the Bond Math & Analysis Certification
Trainees are eligible to take the Crash Course in Bonds Certification Exam for 24 months from the date of enrollment. Those who complete the exam and score above 80% will receive the certification. The exam is a challenging online examination covering the most difficult concepts covered in the Crash Course in Bonds and Debt.
Used on the Street
This is the same comprehensive course our corporate clients use to prepare their analysts and associates.
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Taught by Bankers
Our instructors are former I-bankers who give lessons real-world context by connecting it to their experience on the desk.
Have a question on course content? Communicate directly with instructors by asking questions throughout the course.