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ミシガン大学(University of Michigan) による Bonds & Stocks の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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This course is an introduction to bonds and stocks and how they are valued using the principles of time value of money (TVM) covered in the two preceding courses in this specialization. You’ll learn how money is raised by business to support or expand their operations. Since individuals and households typically lend money to governments and businesses, this course will help you make personal financial decision-making. This course is part of a specialization titled “Foundational Finance for Strategic Decision Making” and is helpful if you are interested in applying to an MBA degree program or learning the foundations of finance to be more effective in your career. The pedagogy of the course is applied and problem-based with assignments covering every part of the course that each contain multiple problems that, by design, are introductory and simpler than the more real-world applications you will confront in the real world and more advanced courses. The assignments are all designed by the faculty lead and machine graded....

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CQ

Sep 18, 2019

I hope this professor teaches a course in international finance. I would like to take the course.

MM

Sep 13, 2019

Gautam's teaching is very much understandable even for a layman. Great course!

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Bonds & Stocks: 1 - 6 / 6 レビュー

by Diego B

Mar 13, 2019

Excellent course!!

by ARVIND K S

Apr 24, 2019

One of the finest courses on bond and stock valuation. Besides lots of examples, the course places a premium on understanding formulas intuitively, graphically and mathematically. Recommended for students and managers alike.

by Gang T

May 30, 2019

very good

by Madhumitha

Sep 13, 2019

Gautam's teaching is very much understandable even for a layman. Great course!

by Christopher Q

Sep 18, 2019

I hope this professor teaches a course in international finance. I would like to take the course.

by Rodrigo F

Jun 07, 2019

Interesting topics. Liked that they're are more practice problems than class 2 in specialization. Even more worked out problems would be helpful.