The tutor has clearly explained various concept of trading, investment and risk with examples. I have learned about finance ratio, cost, financial statement and trading.
The course was taught in a really nice way with all the math presented clearly. The professor made sure that the topics were easy and at the same time relevant.
by AYYAPPAN M•
Illustrations are expected to practice
by preeti k•
It was a good learning experience
by Mridul A•
A very good course for beginners.
by Akshay M•
Few errors in the video content.
by Chukwudi U•
The content needs some updates.
by Alopee P•
Its was good and Informative
by Perkin k•
Examples need to be there.
by NAITEEK M•
Good Course for begineers
by Swarnim V•
it could've been better.
by Deleted A•
GOOD BUT CAN BE BETTER
by Sumit P•
Very well structured
by Sourav K•
it helped me alot
by Prateek Y•
Fast at times.
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by Mohammed B•
Week 1 and Week 2 are good foundations.
What one earth is Week 3?? It is an absolute nightmare, I had to refer some CFA material to get the hang of things, but I still could not manage it. I somehow managed to clear Week 3 after reaching out to people in my circle who knew these concepts.
Week 4 is good again and the concepts are clearly stated and are relatable. But the sort of details it delves into is not really required I feel, but still it is quite good considering when someone is trading in huge volumes.
I would have given them 2.5 stars if I had the option. Taking a away 1.5 stars for Week 3 and 1 star for thinly explaining some concepts in Week 1 and Week 2.
by Prathmesh J•
the technicalities are not elucidated by giving practical examples in simple terms. For example, the FAMA FRENCH model has been explained thoroughly but not told how to apply in real market. Also , how to calculate the expected returns from a stock has been taught using beta , but whats the duration of the returns if one buys the stock in the middle of the year.( for example I calculate returns of a stock Q using CAPM and I get 15%, then how should I interpret this in the real market scenario where I am investing in the middle of the fiscal year.
by Aaryan V•
I would request you to change the pattern of the assignments as we are unable to see our shortcomings and at the same time confirm which of our answers were correct.
The best way to learn in life is from our mistakes but here we are unable to check the questions we answered incorrectly. It would be highly appreciated by everyone taking this course.
I wrote this in the discussion forum as well when I started this course but unfortunately did not receive any reply from your side.
by Beth W•
This was a super informative class, but there was a lot left to be desired. Some of the concepts are FAR beyond basic trading, and are actually quite complex. Luckily, I started in this field with a different beginner's class, that was much easier to understand, so this was actually a great intermediate class, but I could see how a student might be discouraged if they really feel this is a beginner's course. Other than that, it was a good course!
by Erick E R•
The 3th week has clear deficiencies... not clearly explained systematic risk, CAPM, Beta, APT, Multifactor models... explanations were incomplete and very complex to digest following previous learning of week 1
the remaining 3 weeks were clear, please add more simulations and include spreadsheets for ratio analysis as well as implicit costs of Trading.
With the past said, I Would still recommend the course