This 'Wall Street training' course bundle will help you land a job in finance [84% off]


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How far can you go in the finance industry?

If you want to get a job in finance, you should check out this "Wall Street Training" course.


This 15-hour bundle comes with 3 courses that will help you understand finance basics, financial modeling and valuation, and Excel.

Pro-tip for college students applying for finance positions: this course will really help you learn your stuff before the interview process.

You can get this $650 value course bundle for just $99 this week.


Check out the three courses below:

Basic & Fundamental Concepts: Accounting and Beginner finance course package

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This 5-course package explains the ins-and-outs of accounting as it pertains to financial analysis.

You'll explore financial ratios, analyze financial statements, study the major components of a 10K filing, calculate returns and measure risk, and understand company financial summaries and trading analysis.

Core Fundamental Concepts: financial modeling and valuation course package

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This 3-course set is an introduction to building financial models.

You'll learn how corporations are valued, create 5-year income statement projection models, study corporate valuation methodologies, practice basic financial modeling, and explore basic valuation techniques.

Excel Fundamentals for the Finance professional course

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If you want to work in finance, you're going to need to know Excel.

This 3-hour Excel intensive course covers the relevant formulas and tools you'll need on the job. You'll cover mathematical functions, financial functions, logic functions, date and time functions, as well as formatting.

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