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In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to compare the performance of different securities using financial statistics (normal distributions) and the Google Sheets toolkit to decide which one performed the best in terms of risk-to-return (risk-to-reward) metrics. This will teach you how basic risk management using quantitative analysis is done and is applied in calculating mean returns of the stock, variance, standard deviation, the Sharpe ratio, and Sortino Ratio. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We're currently working on providing the same experience in other regions. This course's content is not intended to be investment advice and does not constitute an offer to perform any operations in the regulated or unregulated financial market....

Top-Bewertungen

VP

24. Juli 2020

It is a simple and easy course to understand and compare stock returns based on Sharpe and Sortino ratios. Very helpful for someone trying to understand the basics of stocks!

AN

14. Juli 2020

Amazing instructor and the teaching is done without any assumptions of the student having prior knowledge, implying every detail required to understand a topic is covered.

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von Mr. T J P - M

12. Juni 2020

Good course

von Vandy G 魏

26. Aug. 2021

it is good

von Madad H

30. März 2021

Well-done!

von Francis V

1. Aug. 2020

Good one..

von Imran S

25. Juli 2020

Awsome

von Meghana K L

7. Dez. 2021

Good

von tale p

28. Juni 2020

good

von KARUNANIDHI D

8. Juni 2020

good

von RASEL A

23. Mai 2020

Good

von KUSHAL V G

6. Juni 2020

.

von Glenda M G

27. Juli 2020

Very informative! Speaker knows his craft but some background experience if this will be helpful for predicting stock profitability would be helpful as well!

I was typing along with the instructor and got confused. I was hoping for him to dictate what short-hand keys he was using.

von Nur A

21. Mai 2020

Its good, but seems like the instructor new with GSheet. Need more on explaining the underlying meaning of the numbers, e.g. why Sortio value 0.30 is better than 0.10. Other than that it is good for beginners to compare the stock performance

von Reshma D

3. Juli 2021

This is very much suitable for beginners. It could also include explanations about Sharpe and Sortino ratio in detail to get the most out of the project. It's real-world application can be explained a bit deeply.

von Saptarshi D

24. Sep. 2020

Could've explained more about implication of the ratios in stock performance, was expecting a more in-depth learning experience. But anyway good content.

von Erion H

30. Apr. 2020

This is great and thank you very much. I am so eager to learn more about comparing stock and returns, and portfolio & risk management.

von Gael B

23. Dez. 2022

Good course, but I think it would be better to use log returns instead of returns, in statistics computations.

Thanks to the teacher !

von Akshay I

25. Juni 2020

More detailed project containing all the main terms explanation could have been better to understand fully.

von Mark O

19. Juli 2020

Slow paced but good, selective detail. Not sure it's worth CAD$13, should have just asked Google

von Nilesh

28. Aug. 2020

Very useful and informative tools and can be used in our daily work to analyse stocks

von Prasanna N

25. Sep. 2020

good for beginners, need more guidance on such analysis techniques.

von SIDDHANT S

9. Aug. 2020

It is good for someone who wants to just begin with stock analysis.

von Rodrigo G D V

4. Nov. 2020

Could have used a little more explanation on the main concepts.

von Thành Q N

22. Sep. 2021

The instructor's teaching method is kinda hard to understand

von Sandip P

10. Mai 2020

The server on the virtual desktop is very slow.

von Juan D C M

2. Dez. 2020

Could have bit more explanation.