Basics of Derivative Instruments !

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    Basics of Derivative Instruments !
    English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 1 hr | 212 MB
    eLearning, Business, Finance | Skill level: All level

    Learn the fundamentals of Derivative Instruments like Forward, Future and Options Contracts

    Welcome to the course Basics of Derivatives.

    In this course, you will learn the basic aspects revolving Derivative Contracts and Instruments.

    Derivative contract is a financial instrument and it derives its value from the value of underlying asset.

    Basically there are three types of Derivative contracts namely,

    a) Forward Contract;

    b) Futures Contract;

    c) Options Contract.

    Each and every contract has difference and certain things in common.

    In this course you will learn about

    a) Derivative Contracts;

    b) Its use;

    c) Its features;

    d) Differences;

    and supporting simple case studies.

    Detailed case studies will be covered in a separate course.

    Finance students and executives and professional course students like CA, CMA , CS, CPA, CFA, CIMA, etc, can take this course.

    This course is structured in self paced learning style.

    Concepts were explained in note book writing style.

    Take this course to have better clarity in basics of derivatives.

    What are the requirements?
    - Basics of Accounting
    - Basics of Financial Management

    What am I going to get from this course?
    - Over 9 lectures and 58 mins of content!
    - Understand Derivative Contracts
    - Understand Forward Contract
    - Understand Futures Contract
    - Understand Options Contract
    - Understand difference between the above contracts
    - Pricing of Forward and Future Contracts

    What is the target audience?
    - CA Final Students
    - CMA / CS Final Students
    - MBA Finance Students
    - Finance Executives





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