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Introduction to Financial Concepts in Python

Using Python and NumPy, learn the most fundamental financial concepts.

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Understanding the basic principles of finance is essential for making important financial decisions ranging from taking out a student loan to constructing an investment portfolio. Combining basic financial knowledge with Python will allow you to construct some very powerful tools. You'll come out of this course understanding the time value of money, how to compare potential projects and how to make rational, data-driven financial decisions.
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    The Time Value of Money

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    Learn about fundamental financial concepts like the time value of money, growth and rate of return, discount factors, depreciation, and inflation.

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    Fundamental financial concepts
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    Growth and rate of return
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    Compound interest
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    Discount factors and depreciation
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    Present and future value
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    Present value
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    Future value
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    Adjusting future values for inflation
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    Net present value and cash flows
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    Discounting cash flows
    100 xp
    Initial project costs
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    Diminishing cash flows
    100 xp

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Dakota Wixom

Quantitative Analyst and Founder of QuantCourse.com

Dakota Wixom is a quantitative finance analyst at Yewno, where he applies AI to create innovative financial products. Dakota founded QuantCourse.com and has also worked in quantitative risk management and investment banking roles in New York City and San Francisco. He has a B.S. in Quantitative Finance and a M.S. in Financial Analytics from the Stevens Institute of Technology.
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