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Fundamentals of Capital Market
Ammar Yaseen

Stop Throwing your Money Away: Take Control of your Trading
Future with Our Fundamentals of Capital Market

12 weeks, excluding 1 week orientation.

2 -3 hours self-paced learning

Registration Dates: 01 Jul 2024 - 30 Sep, 2024

Next Batch Starts 11 Oct, 2024

Full Payment
480 USD 600 USD Save upto 20%
profitable insights

Create a strong investment base

trading decisions

Determine the stock's fair price

trading career

Build a profitable portfolio
with maximum returns

expert technical analysis

Identify long-term economic
indicators and market trends

About the Course

Welcome to the Fundamentals of Capital Market by Ammar Yaseen: a comprehensive course on understanding investments, stock market performance, and building a profitable portfolio. This 15-week course will help you understand the market and gain a competitive edge.


is Fundamental Analysis?

Fundamental analysis is an approach to evaluating the intrinsic value of a security, such as a stock or a bond, by examining various financial and economic factors. The goal is to determine whether a security is overvalued or undervalued, which can help investors make informed decisions about buying, holding, or selling the security. At the very core of Fundamental Analysis is the fact that a stock or a company's actual value may not always be reflected in its current market price. However, by conducting thorough research and analysis, investors can identify hidden opportunities and make more strategic decisions when building their portfolios.



Does Fundamentals of Capital Market work?

Fundamental analysis is often used by long-term investors interested in holding a stock for an extended period. By analyzing a company's financial health and growth prospects that investors can identify. Some of the key components of Fundamental Analysis include:

Financial statements

Revenue and Earnings

Valuation Ratios

Country Profile

Mutuals Funds Analysis



Choose Fundamentals of Capital Market Course?

The meticulously designed Fundamentals of Capital Market Course offers everyone a chance to get an overview of the financial markets and the various tradable assets.

A complete understanding of Capital Markets will empower you to make calculated investment decisions. By the end of the course, you will have a grasp on the various financial ratios, markets, tradable assets and mutual funds.

Our course teaches you how to analyze and interpret financial statements, economic indicators, and industry trends, giving you a solid foundation in the workings of the financial markets.


Upon successful completion of the coursework you’ll be able to:


Build a strong foundation in finance and investing


Get a better sense of how value stocks really work


Discover smart ways to invest in the market


Analyse financial statements and invest appropriately


Understand Pakistan’s economy along with various economic indicators to look out for


Learn how to evaluate the stock market performance


Develop an understanding of Capital Markets and Financial Instruments


Understand equities, foreign exchange, fixed income, and derivative market


Receive a certification at the end of the course

Your Programme Trainer

Syed Faraz

Ammar Yaseen

Trainer @

Ammar Yaseen is an economics and mathematics major from LUMS with a specialisation in investment management from the University of Geneva. He is a technology and finance enthusiast who loves automation. Following his passion, Ammar has worked on a fintech startup incubated by NIC (NIC Lums Incubated Batch 5) and developed smart investment tools that assist investors in making informed decisions. He has successfully created trading algorithms (bots) on and he is currently the only seller from Pakistan in this niche. His vision is to develop bots that help capital market traders in investment decisions. As a Capital Markets Fundamental Analysis trainer, Ammar has trained over 3000 plus students globally. Besides his achievements as a trainer and a tech developer, Ammar is a successful businessman with over a decade of experience in running his family business in both wholesale and retail markets.

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