This course was a very good sum up of Daniel Kahneman's thinking fast and slow. Definitely recommend to everyone who would like to know more about our flaws or would like to refresh your knowledge.
Good course! There is just one thing I would improve here - an explanation of the mistakes after the tests are done. This improvement should increase the student`s understanding of specific topics.
By Anand K•
Extremely informative. The course enhanced my understanding of the subject with the well-planed case studies. The lectures were pretty short, but brilliant. Thanks
By Rishika S•
This course was very insightful in terms of giving the students the ability to deeply examine the underlying causes of humans' economic and financial decisions.
By Gayathri R•
I am new to this coursera and i took my first course as Behavioral Finance.I learnt many things in it.
I came to know various knowledge about Behavioral Finance.
By Adnan k•
Awesome Faculty and platform to gain skills and knowledge together. This course really help me a lot. Thankyou Coursera team and Duke university. Thankyou all.
By Ankit S•
Great course! Extremely practical and with a balanced view of its concepts (not too dogmatic). Also, the quizzes were challenging enough to keep me interested.
By wycllife o•
this is a good course.In the three weeks of learning it i was able to gain numerous skills and understand how people behave towards finance at different times
By Albert L•
Excellent introduction to Behavioural Finance! As an investor, I have made so many of these behavioural mistakes and it's great to at least be aware of them.
By sumit s•
It was a good introductory course on behavioral finance. One will get to know about many hidden biases, which play a crucial role in their decision making.
By Prabhat S•
Great Course! Knowing how human being make behavioral bias while making decision is very enlightening. I recommend all to take this course. All the best!!
By Isra Y•
It is a very valuable course and i am glad to be a part of it, this is something that you can confidently call accomplishment, thank you duke university:)
By Herminia E•
Engaging, very well explained, not just an introduction, but a good comprehensive way to explain the reasons behind our every-day decision-making process.
Very interesting course, which gave me a thorough overview on how people's decisions are made when making investment from behavioral finance perspective.
By Deleted A•
Innovative course, I learn so many important information regarding probability, regression and other statistical tools, help me and update my knowledge.
By Cheng Y•
The course materials and the professor's explanation are very good, and the knowledge points are refined very well, which is very helpful for learning.
By Tyrone G•
Excellent course, really helped me to understand the emotions governing my investment decisions and also to evaluate decisions in my everyday life.
By P A N N 2•
As a 1st year degree student, and as beginner to this subject, This course has given me great insights into the depths of few concepts. Thank you !
By priyanshu g•
One of the awesome course with must read study material compilation.
Highly Recommended, atleast those who wish to trade at sometime in their life.
By Bhakti S•
its an extremely informative ,valuable, and interesting course . I would recommend this course for everybody to exactly know our behavioral gaps.
By Clara S G•
I'm very happy with the materials and i gained a lot of knowledge from this course. However, i would prefer if there are more explanatory videos.
By Alexandr S•
Very informative course that explains common investment mistakes in very simple manner. Doesn't require broad knowledge of finance or economics.
By Prashant N M•
The content is easy to apply in practical scenarios to not only learn but make use of science to make professional & personal decisions wisely.
By Guilherme P d S•
This is a great course, that that addresses the main concepts related to human decision making from the point of view of Behavioral Economics!
By Joseph M•
Very good classes and taught me how seeing things is not always believing right at the beginning of site. That you have to break things down.
By Minal Y•
It was quite helpful but one has to read a lot outside the syllabus also to get a proper insight on how the Behavioral Finance actually works
By Amol K•
Please prepare better reading material and provide more mathematical insight and examples for each biases, as I think it'll be more helpful.