In this course, you will dive into the concepts of rationality and irrationality and understand how they impact our investment decisions and what the consequences can be at the market level.
This course is part of the Investment Management Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Portfolio Construction
- Investment Style
- Cognitive Bias
University of Geneva- Rajna Gibson BrandonSFI Senior Chaired Professor of Finance and Managing Director of the GFRI
University of Geneva- Michel GirardinLecturer in Macro-Finance - Project Leader for the "Investment Management" specialization
University of Geneva- Kerstin PreuschoffAssociate Professor of Neurofinance and Neuroeconomics
University of Geneva- Olivier ScailletSFI Senior Chaired Professor of Finance and Vice-dean (research) at GSEM
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
General Introduction and Key Concepts
How Individuals Make Financial Decisions
Market Efficiency, Bubbles & Crises
Portfolio Construction and Investment Styles
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- 2 stars0.23%
- 1 star0.40%
TOP REVIEWS FROM MEETING INVESTORS' GOALS
Truly remarkable course. In-depth teaching of different investment portfolio styles, constructions, approaches, etc. Absolutely recommended and look forward to progressing in this specialization!
i recommend this course for every one interested to understand the dynamics of financial markets and the future trends of financial markets and portfolio management
Lots of learning in this course. All the lessons were interesting. Loved the way Professor Michel taught and also loved his inverted graphs. Thank you all.
This course is excellent both in the teaching materials and the way of teaching.
The professors and the guest speakers are very experienced in their subject matter.
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