Introduction to Financial Markets

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/financial-markets-intro

Introduction to Financial Markets and the Econometrics Workbench
In this introductory course, you will be introduced to the most fundamental tools used in the analysis of financial markets. You will learn to read the tradeoffs between risk and return and between investment and risk taking. You will also learn how to use the Econometrics Workbench to conduct exploratory data analysis. You will also be introduced to the basic tools used to construct economic models. Finally, you will learn the basics of regression and logistic regression to examine the causal effects of variables on outcomes. You will also learn the basics of econometric methods including the use of dependent variable measures and logistic regression. The course will also cover the different methods for constructing econometric models and how to use them appropriately. In the first part of the course, you will learn the most important tools for working with econometric models. In subsequent modules, you will learn how to construct causal effects and to examine the impact of risk on outcomes. You will also learn how to construct model specifications and to examine the impact of different types of risks (capital expenditures, equity, and other) on the outcome of the model. The course will also cover different types of models including unconditional and conditional conditional variable models, conditional mixed effects model, and multi-variable model. The course will also cover the basic tools used to construct econometric models including conditional variable and unconditional logistic regression. The course will also cover the different types of models including unconditional logistic regression, conditional mixed effects, and multiple variable regression. The course will also cover the basics of equation modeling and multi-variable regression. By the end of the course, you will have the ability to construct a model and apply various methods of regression to examine the results.Introduction to econometrics
Conditional variable and unconditional logistic regression
Multiple variables
Conditional variable and unconditional mixed effects model
Introduction to Finance for Everyone
Finance is for Everyone: You, the Consumer, and the Business Decider. In this introductory course, you will learn how to read the data and how to make comparisons across different asset classes. You will also learn how to use the various tools to make informed decisions. You will also learn how to use the Econometrics Workbench to conduct exploratory data analysis. We’ll use the data to get to know each asset class and then use the tools to make informed decisions across asset classes. The course will also cover the basic tools used to construct econometric models and various other economic models. In the first week, we’ll examine asset classes by class and then use the Econometrics Workbench to conduct exploratory data analysis. We’ll use the data to get to know each asset class and then use the tools to make informed decisions across asset classes. The course will also cover the basics of regression and econometric methods including conditional variable

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/financial-markets-intro