Are the prices of stocks, bonds, options and futures completely random? Is there a way to determine their value or price? This course explains basic but important math concepts and formulae used in finance that all investors and traders should know. Filled with examples, the course shows you how to apply what you have learnt to value stocks, bonds, options and futures. You will learn about:

  1. Net Present Value (NPV)
  2. Perpetuities & Annuities
  3. Valuing Stocks & Bonds
  4. Compounding
  5. Derivative Securities
  6. Futures Pricing
  7. Option Pricing Theory (Put-Call Parity)
  8. Binomial Model for Options Pricing
  9. Black-Scholes Model for Options Pricing

Curriculum

Introduction
Introduction
Net Present Value (NPV)
Net Present Value (NPV)
Perpetuities & Shares
Annuities & Bonds
Compounding
Derivatives: Futures & Options
Introduction to Derivatives
Futures Pricing
Options Pricing
Binomial Model (Options Pricing)
Black-Scholes Model (Options Pricing)
Conclusion
Conclusion

Skills Covered

PRICING VALUATION FUTURES OPTIONS BONDS STOCKS MATH FINANCE

Requirements

Basic Mathematics Knowledge

About The Instructor

Hi, I am Gideon and I come from an economics/ business/ finance education background. I am an active retail trader and have experience running multiple online businesses. I teach mainly introductory courses in the business and finance fields, aiming to help learners in their path to financial...