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Financial Markets and Instruments (Coursera)

This course is part of a Specialization titled “Strategy and Finance for a Lifecycle of a Social Business”. The beauty of a modern decision-making framework is that it can be used to understand value creation at any level – the individual or business or societal. The applications however become [...]
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Advanced Understanding of Stocks and Bonds (Coursera)

May 24th 2021
Advanced Understanding of Stocks and Bonds (Coursera)
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This final course will cover more advanced aspects of bonds and stocks that will help you make smart personal decisions and develop a keen understanding of how governments and companies borrow from us. You will better understand stocks and bonds valuation and take a deeper dive using real-world [...]
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Fundamentals of Equities (Coursera)

May 17th 2021
Fundamentals of Equities (Coursera)
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In this course, will look at industries and economic sectors that neatly define an economy. We will also introduce you to fundamental concepts involved in a company’s annual statements such as balance sheets, cash flows and its income statement, plus explore popular fundamental values used to filter vast amounts [...]
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Corporate Finance Essentials II (Coursera)

May 17th 2021
Corporate Finance Essentials II (Coursera)
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This course picks up where Corporate Finance Essentials left, addressing other corporate finance issues not addressed in the previous course, such as market efficiency, bonds, stocks, capital structure, and dividend policy. This course will help you to: understanding the concept of market efficiency; get an overview in issues related [...]
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May 17th 2021
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Bonds & Stocks (Coursera)

In this course, we will apply the central concept and applications of Time Value of Money (TVM) to explore the structure and pricing of stocks and bonds at an introductory level. In this course, you will learn about bonds, different types of bonds (Zero Coupon bonds, Government bonds). You [...]
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Finance for Everyone: Markets (Coursera)

Markets begins with one of the most common and important elements of the financial system – interest rates. You will learn why interest rates have always been a key barometer in determining the value of everything. You will explore the changing influence of interest rates; the impact of interest [...]
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Introduction to Finance: The Role of Financial Markets (Coursera)

In Introduction to Finance: The Role of Financial Markets, you will be introduced to the basic concepts and skills needed for financial managers to make informed decisions. With an overview of the structure and dynamics of financial markets and commonly used financial instruments, you will get crucial skills to [...]
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Understanding Money: the History of Finance, Speculation and the Stock Market (FutureLearn)

Nov 2nd 2020
Understanding Money: the History of Finance, Speculation and the Stock Market (FutureLearn)
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Explore how money, investment and finance have been represented in arts, literature and popular culture over the last 300 years. Understand the key concepts of money, credit and debt, and the stock market. What is money? What does money do? How has the understanding of economics changed over the [...]
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How to Save Money: Making Smart Financial Decisions (edX)

Maximize your money by making the right choices in everything from mortgages, to credit cards, insurance, stocks, and retirement savings. You will learn the basics of personal finance. How to balance spending and saving; which debts to pay first, what insurance you need and don’t need, how to invest [...]
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Computational Investing, Part I (Coursera)

Jun 3rd 2019
Computational Investing, Part I (Coursera)
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Why do the prices of some companies’ stocks seem to move up and down together while others move separately? What does portfolio “diversification” really mean and how important is it? What should the price of a stock be? How can we discover and exploit the relationships between equity prices [...]
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