- Risk Management
- Portfolio construction and analysis
- Python programming skills
- Implementation of data science techniques in investment decisions
- Portfolio Optimization
- Programming skills
- Managing your own personal invetsments
- Investment management knowledge
- Computer Science
- Expertise in data science
- Advanced vizualisation
- Basics of consuption-based alternative data
What you will learn
Write custom Python code and use existing Python libraries to build and analyse efficient portfolio strategies.
Write custom Python code and use existing Python libraries to estimate risk and return parameters, and build better diversified portfolios.
Learn the principles of supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques to financial data sets
Gain an understanding of advanced data analytics methodologies, and quantitative modelling applied to alternative data in investment decisions
Skills you will gain
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There are 4 Courses in this Specialization
John Mulvey - Princeton UniversityProfessor in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department and a founding member of the Bendheim Centre for Finance at Princeton University
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