Learn and Master the Basics of Finance
What you’ll learn
Understand basic to moderately complex finance topics.
Understand the “Financial Times” or any other similar business newspaper or magazines.
Talk confidently about the latest financial issues at dinner parties.
Learn the techniques to managing finances and building wealth
No prior experience or knowledge of finance is required
This course in Finance is meant for beginners and intermediate level students of finance who would like to get a good grip of the concepts of the subject and be able to comprehend the financial world.
Most of us read the news without really paying attention to the financial news. This is due to the fact that most of us don’t comprehend the basics of the subject. By taking this course, one will be able to build a solid foundation and understand the complex topics by breaking it down to simple concepts.
In order to take this course, one does not need any prior knowledge. However, I would like one to keep an open and receptive mind.
In over 3 hours worth of course material , you will learn every thing from the basics of banking to complex derivative products. The course is structured in such a way that it will gradually build on complex topics yet keeping things simple.
This course is also a great help for students planning to start a university course in finance (such as an MBA) and lack any prior knowledge. This course will ensure that such students will grasp the concepts quickly and not waste time figuring out the basics.
Section 1: Introduction to the Course
Lecture 1 Introduction to the Course
Section 2: The Origins of Finance
Lecture 2 The Barter System
Lecture 3 The Drawbacks of the Barter System
Lecture 4 Introduction to Money
Section 3: The Banking System
Lecture 5 The Origins of the Banking System
Lecture 6 Functions of a Bank
Lecture 7 Types of Banks
Lecture 8 Banking Regulation
Lecture 9 Case Study: Collapse of a Bank
Section 4: The Fundamentals of Economics
Lecture 10 Basics of Economics
Lecture 11 Microeconomics: Demand and Supply
Lecture 12 Price Elasticity of Demand
Lecture 13 Introduction to Macroeconomics
Lecture 14 Inflation
Lecture 15 The Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Lecture 16 Business Cycles
Lecture 17 Case Study: Demand and Supply of Crude Oil
Lecture 18 Case Study: The 2008 Financial Crisis
Section 5: Understanding the Time Value of Money
Lecture 19 The Time Value of Money
Lecture 20 Calculating Interest Amount
Lecture 21 Compound Interest
Lecture 22 The Present and Future Value of Money
Section 6: From Individuals to Corporations
Lecture 23 Personal Finance
Lecture 24 Introduction to Financial Accounting
Lecture 25 Introduction to Financial Analysis
Lecture 26 Case Study: Accounting Scandals
Section 7: The Study of Corporate Finance
Lecture 27 Sources of Funds
Lecture 28 Cost of Capital
Lecture 29 The Process of Capital Budgeting
Section 8: Financial Products and Risk Management
Lecture 30 Introduction to Bonds
Lecture 31 Bond Valuation
Lecture 32 Bond Risk and the Risk Management Process
Lecture 33 Stocks and Shares
Lecture 34 Equity Valuation
Lecture 35 Equity Markets and Stock Indices
Lecture 36 Equity Risk
Lecture 37 Mutual Funds
Lecture 38 Introduction to Derivatives
Lecture 39 Alternative Investments
This course is meant for students and professionals who have a basic or no knowledge of finance and would like to understand the subject well.,This course is for students who are planning to start their masters in business administration (MBA) and would like to get a solid foundation before starting.,This Course is for people who find it difficult to understand the “Financial times” or similar newspapers and magazines.,This course is “NOT” for seasoned finance professionals or people who have an advanced knowledge of finance.
Udemy | English | 3h 14m | 1.02 GB
Created by: Nishant Verma