In Value, you will explore the most powerful generator of value in the world – ideas. Ideas are the engines of productivity, both in the private and public sectors. You will learn about the universal frameworks that determine how ideas and money interact, leading to the allocation of financial resources. We will identify components of cash flow for any project, business or venture as the most essential ingredients of value. We also assess the investment techniques used to give life to some ideas while killing others. This course will help you understand pricing, diversification, uncertainty and even behavioural approaches to dealing with risk. Using Nobel Prize-winning insights, you will learn how to measure the size of the risk premium and build valuation models. We’ll even connect evidence-based science with common-sense analysis to give you better tools for understanding why values are what they are, and for positioning yourself more effectively to participate in financial markets. You will be immersed in case based learning to integrate some of the powerful frameworks introduced in Value.
This course is part of the Finance for Everyone Specialization
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Capital Investment Decisions
Market Efficiency & Risk
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TOP REVIEWS FROM FINANCE FOR EVERYONE: VALUE
Really a good course, everyone have to acquire knowledge in this field
I have learned more concept by attending this course, it was useful to improve my knowledge in finanace
An important crash course on business idea valuation.
It was a great course to have insights into how to value a project in industry. Everything is explained in a great way.
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