This course has helped me in Understanding new Concepts which will be very helpful in my future Carrier. I will be thankful to Coursera to give me this great opportunity for learning.\n\nThank You
Very helpfull. I wanted to make a business plan of a real estate investment and this course taught be how to use the discounted cashflow method and I applied it to the business plan.
By Jose M Q•
Great, very useful material!
By Amarendra P S•
Easy and Informative
By Alejandro A L•
Good, hard but nice!
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By Jacob A W•
This course is a general overview of PV and FV, along with some more advanced topics. The instructor is easy to understand and makes sure to give real world examples to help understand the complex ideas. However, there were several questions on the exams that needed further explanation from the instructor to understand or even answer. I had to google quite a few terms or ideas since the course doesn't go very deep on some topics.
By Iann A D V•
I noticed grammatical errors on the presentations and exams. Plus, I feel that I got wrong some answers because of syntaxis and rounding properties. The rest is excellent.
By Riccardo R•
4 stars because you absolutely need to adjust the evaluating system, it's a nightmare to guess what figure it wants to move on.
By Kabir B•
This Course was a challenging one. this helps me to learn about various concepts and how to value stocks and bonds using dcf.
By Mohammed I J M•
DCF in Week 4 is not described well which lead problem in understanding which caused a problem for Minicase Quiz completion
By Omar K B•
I like this course, It was very beneficial, the instructor gave lots of examples to make this course very clear.
By Long L•
Exercises are good, but there are ambiguities in the questions such as the unit. Recommended in general
By Akash S•
please explain miniquiz questions. since it is difficult to understand by only one example.
By Bing S L•
Some of the test questions were confusing, will need better explanation in the video.
By Pratik B•
More explanation on significance of Fcff & enterprise value is needed
By Houyang B•
The course is okay. But the exercise format is horrible.
By Javier O•
Nice learnings, horrible experience with the exercises.
By Nirmal k s•
This course is very useful for Finance student.
By Arihant G•
Very good course , but its very hard
By Ottmar R•
Some things were incorrectly labeled
By Emre K•
Clear explanations. Basics.
By JAMES O•
Overall, the course is good, but it doesn't provide details about how to apply it in the mini case quiz. I think the some of the key answers in the mini case quiz are wrong. I already tried 5 times, luckily I figured out the answers from the discussion of week 4 (mini case quiz). However, the discussion is confusing, the assistant teacher doesn't really explain the way to do it. As of May 27, there are still upcoming questions about the mini case since 4 years ago (2016), please recheck again the mini case quiz! Almost 90% got stuck in the mini case quiz. I hope the Coursera and Yonsei University can fix as soon as possible.
By Francisco F•
I think some explanations on finance concepts are shallow. It basically teaches you some formulas on excel for Bond valuation and then expands it for enterprise valuation. This is a good approach, but I think there should be at least a week of courses with the ground rules of finance concepts. Also, by the end it felt a bit rushed and there was little explanation on why each formula was used.
Moreover, I think there should be a bit more direction on the assignements, such as the number formatting expected.
By SRINIVAS R•
The content i felt was less elaborate and left me gasping while doing the final quiz, which needs to be revoked at it terms of answers input. Also it would help to have couple of questions like the final quiz provided with answers provided along with explanation, which the will cut down our un necessary queries on discussion group.
Delivery of this course in that direction could be improved further.
By Justin W•
Great information to start with the DCF approach. A number of assets (e.g., .xlsx files) were not available when they were supposed to be. Also, there's much to be done to foster collaboration (e.g., study groups) with the users taking the course. I appreciate the introduction, however.