Reflection – statement about what you learned from the experience and what you would have done differently had you taken this course before taking part in the exercise

Each section must have a title and sub-titles (if needed). For example,
Introduction – give a background, your motivation or how you planned to start trading
Investment decision process – what is your approach to picking stocks/index funds/bonds
Trading – explain five key trades at least one from a category
Investment performance – the impact on the risk/performance of your portfolio
Reflection – statement about what you learned from the experience and what you would have done differently had you taken this course before taking part in the exercise
Conclusion – Focus on what trades that made you the most profit or loss. How you will use this experience as you plan your financial future.
a page for references

discuss five important trades – should be at least one from each of these four categories (see above)

equities- CPSH ( Hybridtech armor panels ordered for U.S aircraft carriers)
VYGVF(The Ceo of the company co founded and helped start up Etrade which is now one of the biggest exchanges people use to buy stocks)

index funds/ETFs – SCHG includes 235 stocks from companies that are expected to have higher than average growth, so I see this as a great opportunity and has gone up in the last year from the 90s to where its at now and also offers dividend yield

bonds- 21st cen fox is a huge entertainment company and its a better place to hold your money than a savings account because it will grow your money faster

mutual funds- MSCFX This fund recently reopened with investors leaving so its a good time to get in, and they are a little more defensive so it tends lose less in down markets. They also look to invest in companies with sustainable competitive advantages.