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课程概述

The practice of investment management has been transformed in recent years by computational methods. This course provides an introduction to the underlying science, with the aim of giving you a thorough understanding of that scientific basis. However, instead of merely explaining the science, we help you build on that foundation in a practical manner, with an emphasis on the hands-on implementation of those ideas in the Python programming language. This course is the first in a four course specialization in Data Science and Machine Learning in Asset Management but can be taken independently. In this course, we cover the basics of Investment Science, and we'll build practical implementations of each of the concepts along the way. We'll start with the very basics of risk and return and quickly progress to cover a range of topics including several Nobel Prize winning concepts. We'll cover some of the most popular practical techniques in modern, state of the art investment management and portfolio construction. As we cover the theory and math in lecture videos, we'll also implement the concepts in Python, and you'll be able to code along with us so that you have a deep and practical understanding of how those methods work. By the time you are done, not only will you have a foundational understanding of modern computational methods in investment management, you'll have practical mastery in the implementation of those methods....

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SW

Aug 06, 2020

I am self taught in Python and have an industry background in Finance. This course was a good connector/provided additional insight on using Python to process portfolio performance and data analysis.

DH

May 27, 2020

Enjoyable course. One has to be conversant with basic Phyton to follow this course. What I learnt the most is the ability to use Phyton coding to demonstrate the concept of portfolio investment.

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126 - Introduction to Portfolio Construction and Analysis with Python 的 150 个评论(共 175 个)

创建者 Egkachai A

Nov 02, 2019

Best MOOC about Investment Management ever

创建者 Rui Z

Jun 27, 2020

Best combination of theory and practice.

创建者 Nikolay N

Feb 13, 2020

A great course to learn, very helpful!

创建者 HP F

Jun 08, 2020

Great course, didactically excellent!

创建者 Chua Y C

Jun 15, 2020

Great content, pace and instructors.

创建者 Alberto C

Feb 18, 2020

Great course....with the best tools.

创建者 Daniel J

May 23, 2020

Great content & teaching methods

创建者 Panagiotis p

Apr 10, 2020

The best course I took in pyhton

创建者 Denis M

Mar 19, 2020

Very good. Learned a lot...

创建者 Federico F

Jun 07, 2020

Really interesting course

创建者 Akarsh S S

Apr 26, 2020

one for the finance enthu

创建者 Chung K Y

Jun 18, 2020

Best course on Coursera

创建者 Wiget

Jul 16, 2020

Best course ever made!

创建者 Rodrigo N S

Aug 08, 2020

High quality content!

创建者 Alexei N S

Nov 22, 2019

Really great course!

创建者 Jobian G

Apr 27, 2020

Excelent course.

创建者 Julian D

Jan 02, 2020

Well structured!

创建者 Santiago G

May 02, 2020

Great, thanks!

创建者 Radka M

Apr 25, 2020

Great course!

创建者 Kevin B

Jul 11, 2020

Excellent!!!

创建者 Ron J

May 31, 2020

Great course

创建者 Mohamed H a e r

Nov 24, 2019

awesome

创建者 Luke D L

May 28, 2020

good

创建者 rami y

May 12, 2020

The instructors have done a great job at helping learners gain hands on experience with rather sophisticated investment management techniques. However, illustrating the practicalities of portfolio construction and insurance came at the expense of only brushing on the theory behind some of the notions introduced. Maybe it was meant to be this way but I would have loved to see more analysis of CPPI and the pricing of ZC bonds under CIR model.

创建者 Francisco V A

Jun 05, 2020

I think this is a good course! THe thing that I like the most ist that Vijay gets stuff wrong live, which is in line with your experience as a coder.

There are two things that I don't really like. You almost need a pre-course to know how to manage Python. And the exams are super difficult, particularly the coding related questions. Probably intermediate homeworks would be in order.