Šajā kursā jums būs iespēja iegūt iemaņas, kas palīdzēs analizēt un paredzēt nākotnes attīstības tendences, saprast riskus, kā arī iedziļiāties akciju, apdrošināšanas un banku nozarēs. Sapratīsiet, kā strādāt ar akciju tirgiem, analizēt dažādas iespējas pelnīt tajos un izvairīties no zaudējumiem.
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Kursa mācību plāns
Welcome to the course! In this opening module, you will learn the basics of financial markets, insurance, and CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model). This module serves as the foundation of this course.
In this next module, dive into some details of behavioral finance, forecasting, pricing, debt, and inflation.
Stocks, bonds, dividends, shares, market caps; what are these? Who needs them? Why? Module 3 explores these concepts, along with corporation basics and some basic financial markets history.
Take a look into the recent past, exploring recessions, bubbles, the mortgage crisis, and regulation.
Options and bond markets are explored in module 5, important components of financial markets.
In module 6, Professor Shiller introduces investment banking, underwriting processes, brokers, dealers, exchanges, and new innovations in financial markets.
Professor Shiller’s final module includes lectures about nonprofits and corporations, and your career in finance.
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Professor Shiller has made some pretty amazing updates to his course; not only do you see updated lectures from 2016-2017, he also has additional videos which include student salons, chalk talks, interviews, and TA timeouts. Join us in the course, watch the introductory module, and learn more about these great additions to increase your knowledge of financial markets!