Who is this class for: While each course in this Specialization can be viewed as self-contained, starting with fundamentals, some background in business and finance and familiarity with basic statistical concepts is recommended. This Specialization provides a rigorous foundation in investment management with an emphasis on the latest thinking in asset management. It is most appropriate for working professionals interested in asset management in their careers, or for individuals either preparing for advanced degrees in finance and economics, or looking to acquire the knowledge and tools in order to establish a portfolio that fits their needs and goals and improve their personal investment performance.


Created by:  Rice University

  • Arzu Ozoguz

    Taught by:  Arzu Ozoguz, Finance Faculty

    Jones Graduate School of Business
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 145 ratings

Very good overview with basic quantitative methods and analysis. Good for beginners. Although many of the methods are calculated automatically in brokers like Schwab, they are still useful in brushing up quantitative skills. The theory and more humanities oriented side of the course is also informative. I did retail forex trading and was familiar with many terms, but I was also introduced to new processes that I was unaware of. Overall the course was very good and worth a look.

Wide collection of all practical based examples.

I really enjoyed the applied focus of the class, and Dr. O level of enthusiasm.

how nice