Sep 10, 2016
Great! This course will help you learn how to make a proper portfolio which optimally matched to your risk&return preference and how to manage your portfolio's risk level with financial instruments.
Sep 11, 2016
Thoroughly engaging presentation of a topic that was very much esoteric to me previously. I would highly recommend this course to anyone looking for insight into portfolio and risk management.
von vijay m k•
Dec 26, 2017
Excellent Course with Fine Examples and fantastic narration.
Mar 21, 2017
I really liked that there were multiple instructors. Their French accent was a bit hard to understand sometimes: 'asseta-location' vs 'asset allocation'.
Good historic overview of how risk management evolved over time, and good ideas and solutions to manage risk.
von Rahman B•
Jul 16, 2017
There was more complicate nevertheless more interesting
von Y D•
Mar 12, 2018
Great course that covers all the basics about portfolio and risk management. The later part of the course focuses on hedging and risk calculations which are very useful. Lectures are well structured and mostly good to follow.
von Hu Q•
Dec 10, 2017
Very generic topic, not too bad, but not that impressive. Same teachers are stereotype
von Nancy Y•
Apr 16, 2019
I learned a lot about risk management and optimal portfolio construction.
von Saras C•
May 01, 2019
Good presentation with the basics of Equity and Bond markets being covered.
von T. V•
Aug 17, 2019
Another enjoyable course in the Investment Management Specialization. This one was the most technical by far. Weeks 3-4 must were challenging to follow, I had to watch them more than once. For people who don't have a background in statistics / economics I think this course will be too technical. The lecture about Basel regulation was rushed, I didn't really get the point of that lesson. All in all still a good course, I especially liked the lectures about derivatives and hedging risk using options.
von Shashank V M•
Sep 15, 2019
Week 4 was a bit complex. Risk section could have been explained better with more real life examples to support the theory and equations taught.
von ABENA C H•
Mar 05, 2019
von Prashant N•
Jan 13, 2019
I am really impressed and have learnt a lot from the topics covered in this course. However, I believe the learning curve shot up very sharply from Week 3 to Week 4. There is a lot more that could have been talked about Options and Forwards, and I don't think the course did justice to the subject, and the pace at which it escalated makes me wonder how long I'll be able to retain it.
von Moreno C•
Jun 16, 2016
The course touches briefly on all the relevant concepts but it remains at a very introductory level.
I would recommend it only for student without any previous exposure to the subjects.
von Del V G•
May 29, 2017
week 3 and 4 could be more on high level, was a little too technical
von Cindy M•
Oct 08, 2017
There were some instances where formulas were required on the quizzes that were not thoroughly explained in the lectures. There also appears to be some statistical background required that was not specified in the pre-reqs. However, I did find it really informative.
von Jamal F•
Apr 08, 2018
For non-finance or statistical students, it would benefit them to have more detailed explanations of the equations used in this module, as well as more example to fully grasp the concepts and become comfortable with using the equations. I would've appreciated that in my case.
von Styliani K•
Feb 28, 2018
It was a very useful course; however, I would prefer if the explanation during Week 4 were a bit more detailed using more examples.
von Thanush P•
Jul 19, 2019
Some of instructors are good and some are annoy that make some class be a bit boring and annoying. overall is ok.
von Tom S•
Nov 26, 2016
A lot of formulas and theory which if attempted by the casual investor would quickly overwhelm him and reduce him to a babbling idiot with no investments.
One useful tip: Use a 20% drop in "Consumer Confidence" to warn you of an impending recession and sell everything; back into equity when the Consumer Confidence level gets back to its trigger point.