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This course has been created to give students like you an introduction to hedge funds, one of the premier alternative investments available to allocators around the world. This course will give you an insight from the perspective of the professional investor in the space. In addition, you will...
This course begins with a look at how equity indexes serve market participants and covers the three predominant types of security market indexes. We’ll review the various approaches to valuation as well as cover the factors and challenges of valuation. You’ll learn how to calculate WACC and aft...
If your goal is a career in trading, then this is the course for you! Taught by instructors with decades of experience on Wall Street, Peter Tuchman and David Green, deliver a comprehensive course that equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to become savvy stock and options traders...
Planning for Risk, Retirement and Investment is made possible by the Brian and Sheila Jellison Family Foundation. The Planning for Risk, Retirement & Investment course is designed for individuals to build financial literacy, one of the most pressing needs Americans face today. Financial...
This course offers an intensive introduction to the complex world of trading. Whether you’re an advanced trader looking to take your skills to the next level or are new to the world of trading and the stock market, this course will provide the knowledge and tools needed for successful trading. Y...
In this course, we'll address the basics of option pricing. We'll provide a short review of discounting and future value and also discuss the Law of No-arbitrage, along with examples that illustrate its utility in pricing. We will also define two basic option types, call and puts, and explain...
How can poor societies become prosperous and overcome obstacles to do so? Professor Sir Paul Collier is one of the world's leading scholars on this question, and in this economics course you will have the opportunity to learn from him directly. This course will discuss and examine the following...
This economics and finance course is a survey of risk measures and risk measurement practices applied to individual securities and portfolios. Students will also study risk reports of publicly traded financial institutions. Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate...
This online course, presented jointly by the Institute for Capacity Development and the Fiscal Affairs Department, provides an overview of how to assess public debt dynamics under uncertainty. That is, the course discusses how to think about public debt projections when we acknowledge uncertainty...
Over the past decade, the DIG and DIGNAR models have gained wide acceptance for policy work. They have complemented the analyses done with the IMF and World Bank Debt Sustainability Framework, with over 65 country applications in the context of Fund-supported programs and surveillance work. They...
In this online course, you will learn the theory behind the design of the Value Added Tax (VAT) gap estimation model of the International Monetary Fund’s Revenue Administration Gap Analysis Program (RA-GAP), and you will also learn how to use the model to produce your own VAT gap estimates. You w...
How can countries foster strong economic growth while also sharing its benefits equitably across all segments of society and maintaining economic and environmental sustainability? In this course, IMF economists will introduce you to the roles of the private sector and government in fostering...
La Formation virtuelle pour une meilleure gestion des recettes fiscales (en anglais, Virtual Training to Advance Revenue Administration, ou VITARA) est le résultat d’une initiative conjointe entreprise par quatre organisations internationales : le Centre interaméricain des administrations fis...
In order to apply technical analysis with confidence, it is important to understand the theory of technical analysis, why it’s a rational approach to market analysis and how this discipline relates to fundamental analysis and investor psychology. To build that confidence, we begin with an e...
Quantitative strategies are popular among hedge funds and institutional investors. As demonstrated in this course, they are also readily accessible to individual traders. Fundamentals principles of technical analysis are incorporated into complete trading strategies during the course. Those...
Introduction to Personal Financial Planning is made possible by the Brian and Sheila Jellison Family Foundation. The Introduction to Personal Financial Planning course is designed for individuals to build financial literacy, one of the most pressing needs Americans face today. Financial decisions...
Managing Personal Cash and Credit is made possible by the Brian and Sheila Jellison Family Foundation. The Managing Personal Cash & Credit course is designed for individuals to build financial literacy, one of the most pressing needs Americans face today. Financial decisions made by...
Forwards and Futures play an extremely important role in the current world of finance and investment. Long-term investors, speculators, and hedgers extensively use them. They enable market participants to establish large positions with smaller market impacts and lower transaction costs. Many...
Learn about Credit Default Swaps (CDS), and the basic information such as bankruptcy; restructuring; hazard rate; survival probability; credit spread; and other factors used in pricing and trading credit default products. We will also present some of the mathematical formulations and their...
Swaps are the most prevalent derivatives used by corporations, and financial institutions to exchange a set of future cash flows with another set. The market participants carry them in balance sheet or off-balance sheet, and their gigantic volume has always been a point of concern for regulatory...

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