Created by:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Scott Weisbenner

    Taught by:  Scott Weisbenner, William G. Karnes Professor of Finance

    Department of Finance, College of Business
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Course 4 of 7 in the Financial Management Specialization.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 99 ratings

The prof Scott Weisbenner gives us great value with this course. It's so interesting and useful. All information provided helps me a lot in my choice where and in what to invest. Thank you prof Weisbenner!!!!

Through this lecture, I learned how to analyze strong financial statements. I learned a lot about accounting basic concepts such as how to calculate corporate value, internal rate of return, expected profit, and so on. I also learned basic knowledge of investment and how to construct a portfolio, and learned management and finance easily.

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Much better than Investments I, I feel that I got more from this course and sort of wish their order was flipped as then I might have gotten more from the first class.