The most comprehensive industry training
to effectively communicate the markets
that a divisor is used to calculate an Index value?
or that a multiplier is used to calculate the $ value of an Index?
that Bitcoin was forked over 100 times?
or that Terra stablecoin, had a market cap of 18 billion before it crashed?
that there are Inverse ETFs that target price drops via short selling?
or that there are leveraged ETFs aiming to multiply values 2 or 3 times?
that an ounce of gold can be beaten to a 300 sqf sheet?
or that silver is the best electric conductor of all the elements?
that cable (GBP/USD) gets its name from the cable running under the Atlantic ocean which was used to transmit the actual exchange rate?
that the volume of LNG is 1/600th of its gaseous state?
or that the propane you use for heating is a Natural Gas Liquid (NGL)?
that ETDs minimize (if not eliminate) credit and liquidity risk?
that Class A stock of Berkshire Hathaway reached $544,389 in 2022?
that the most expensive NFT was "The Merge" and sold for 91.8m in 2021?
that Gilts got their name from the gilt-edged securities issued by the Bank of England in the past?
that OTDs dont have standardized contracts and pose more risk than their counter ETDs?
that UITs have a definite life and there is no board of directors at their helm?

Now tailored to meet your needs, complete or shorter as required

Why capital markets?
past, present, future with trading examples and more

“Capital Markets” is a broad categorization of an array of financial instruments. These include (but are not limited to) Currencies, Stocks, Indices, ETFs, Bonds, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies/Tokens etc.

Investment firms, a.k.a. “Brokerages”, facilitate trading of the actual instruments. Others enable trading only on the fluctuating prices of these instruments. They do this through a product called CFD – Contract for Difference.

Although the CFD price we see moving up and down is what will translate into a profit or a loss for a trader, and although there are various ways to read the possible directions, a CFD price is still only a price derived from an underlying asset (the financial instrument).

Many underlying assets are traded on exchanges and their price is determined by supply and demand. Supply and demand though, are also measurable tools and there are so many reasons that could shift their curves.

What are these reasons? How were these assets created in the first place? Why would someone be interested to invest in them? Why would a trader choose a CFD product rather than the asset itself?

Take for example a CFD on the Crypto 10 Index

  • Underlying Asset is the BITA Crypto 10 Index
  • Just like any Index, it’s value is derived from its “constituents” (the 10 cryptocurrencies listed in the index) and their “weight” in the Index. Bitcoin holds a weight of 25% in this index so a big move in Bitcoin price, will have a strong market effect on the index as well.
  • The CFD on the Crypto 10 Index, allows a trader to speculate on the price fluctuations of the Index.

But what is a constituent of an index? What is the importance of the weight of each constituent? Why create an index in the first place? Why trade the index instead of the individual constituents? How is an Index traded with practical examples?

The aim of our training is to dive into all instruments, including their Derivatives (the ways they can be traded) in a simplified manner derived by our very own sales training, that targets even the most difficult learner.

Our goal to “Own the Call” doesn’t relate only to a Sales Call. You could be in a Marketing Department, developing campaigns to attract new traders. Shouldn’t you know the product you’re marketing? You could be a Compliance officer, reviewing a transcript of the sales team. Shouldn’t you know the difference between “promising profits” and “the advantages of trading CFDs” – often confused – before you call the sales rep into your office?

We don't intend to create traders

We teach professionals how to properly communicate the markets. This training is all that you will ever need and more

Individual Training

Limited spaces available per month. We arrange sessions and crash courses abroad when possible so stay tuned

Corporate Training

10-500+ people. Designed to distribute knowledge across the board. From entry level to top management.

All financial products
Drilled down to the last detail
The only step you will ever need
In the Financial Services industry

For the most difficult learner

Theoretical and practical examples

Own the call and discussion

Sales, Marketing, Compliance

Watch the trading world

As it comes to life in front of you

Not just another training session

Communicate everything

“Own the call on direct conversations with clients or indirect via marketing campaigns, or even internal conversations with your peers during important decisions”

“Own the call on direct conversations with clients or indirect via marketing campaigns, or even internal conversations with your peers during important decisions”

for individuals
who deserve the best
for corporations
who deserve the world
for individuals
who deserve the best
for corporations
who deserve the world
Further reading from our blog
Frequently asked questions
from past inquiries

When is the next available training date?

Our in-house Capital Markets Training takes place on a monthly basis. Please contact our administrators at for the next available dates.

How long does the training take?

A complete training requires 30 hours in total. Daily, on 3 hour intervals, morning or evening, the choice is yours.

Custom courses are also available on demand, with various time lines and course details.

Contact our administrators at with your preference.

I was informed there are no more seats available.

Reserve your seat now for the next round. Individual training is delivered morning or evening, in-house and on a monthly basis.

How much does the training cost?

Depending on individual, group or corporate bookings, various rates apply. Our administrators will be happy to provide all information regarding costs, schedule and any additional details required for your Capital Markets Training.

I would like to refer a friend or two...

You know of people possibly interested to attend our training? Great!

Special discounts/referral fees are offered across the board. Reach out to and become an active partner with perks.

Do I get a certificate?

Absolutely. Upon completion of your Capital Markets Training, you will receive a formal certificate confirming your attendance and successful participation. You may also use it in your CV and listed achievements in personal profiles.

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