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ミシガン大学(University of Michigan) による Introduction to Time Value of Money (TVM) の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



The strength of finance is that it takes a structured approach to decision making, with one key building block underlying all decisions — understanding the value of time, or the Time Value of Money (TVM). In this course, we will develop this building block using introductory, and simple, applications. We will learn about the Time Value of Money (TVM), Simple Future Value (FV) , Simple Present Value (PV) , Future Value of Annuity, Loans, compounding, and Valuing Perpetuities. We will introduce the framework in a carefully structured and replicable way to prepare you to explore more advanced applications in the rest of the specialization. In the follow-on courses, we will expand the applications to more complex real-world decisions. After completing this course, you will have an understanding of how the value of money changes over time. You will understand the implications of all your financial decisions, including saving for the future through different channels and borrowing for future needs. You will leave with the practical knowledge needed to make informed decisions on a wide range of financial decisions. This course is part of the four-course Foundational Finance for Strategic Decision Making Specialization....




Professor Kaul showed passion for the course material. Lessons are to the point and informational. I would recommend to anyone introducing themselves to the subject of finance or economics.



The course speed was really good for a noobie like me in the finance. Having a grip on fundamentals is essentials thanks for making me understand . Thanks and greets to Gautam Kaul. :)


Introduction to Time Value of Money (TVM): 176 - 181 / 181 レビュー

by Rohan J


There were gaps that needed explanation to make the learning meaningful. Because of the lack of explanation of those gaps, acquiring a sound footing in some of the concepts was not possible.

by Suraj N


I felt like a lot of time was spent on small talk and chatter, the information content was very low in comparison to the video lengths, which are unnecessarily long.



this course seems to be simple and really basic and has not much to offer if you know nothing about finance. if u are a beginner u can give it a shot

by Mo S


It was good but the Videos did not cover all the necessary information.

by Laith A R


very good material,but long videos

by Bharath.P