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Required Meeting Investors' Goals

By The Geneva Finance Research Institute via Coursera (15 Hours)

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    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    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.

    You will first explore the different biases that we, as humans, are subjected to when facing investment decisions and how they may impact the outcomes of these decisions. Moreover, you will see how emotions and ethical concerns such as honesty and trust influence market participants. When they are considered as a group rather than individually, you will discover how rationality and irrationality can drive asset prices to and away from their fair value. Finally, you will be presented with different portfolio construction methodologies and investment styles that make up the landscape of today's portfolio management industry.

    At key points throughout the course, you will benefit from the practical knowledge of experts from our corporate partner, UBS, in how to build and manage clients' portfolios.

    Length: 15 Hours
    Price: FREE (Add a verified certificate for £36/month)
    Provider: The Geneva Finance Research Institute via Coursera
    Subject: Finance
    Level: Introductory
    Languages: English
    Instructors: Kerstin Preuschoff, Jonas Demaurex, Ines Chaieb, Tony Berrada, Philipp Krueger, Michel Girardin, Olivier Scaillet, Philip Valta and Rajna Brandon Gibson

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