At the beginning of the millennium III, a new process manifests itself in increasingly prominent on the great chessboard of the world - globalization, becoming "the buzz word" of the new century. Globalization is known and felt in the economic environment, particularly in the financial field, where changes were most profound and impressive, grave accent being put on unprecedented competitive process manifested in various major financial centers and the large banks . These developments in financial markets and the financial actors and also have led to the development of new financial instruments (futures, options, swaps), so that the recorded changes in practice have produced a change in the theoretical objectives in the financial market research.
Bursa is a fascinating place, interesting, sometimes your adrenaline pumping heavily in the bloodstream, which earn real money, many, even wealth, with one exception: do not lose everything! (Most people lost all or part of investments and percentage losers among their day-traders, is 95%, so only 5% of day-traders make profit).
Exchange enjoys interest in the business world since it provides an organized framework for the transactions and a system of principles and rules to ensure completion and execution of contracts in terms of accuracy and fairness.
International Scholarships course aims to introduce students to the fascinating world of stock market environment in which to earn real money, many, but with one exception, do not lose everything in seconds. Course also aims to familiarize its students with the main concepts and terminology used in international stock markets, with stock market participants, the main stock transactions made by market participants and the main instruments traded on international stock markets.The wide range of information on international stock markets will be supported by theories and empirical records submitted by Nobel Prize laureates in literature.