Insurance Fundamentals – Financial Markets by Yale University #9

Insurance Fundamentals – Financial Markets by Yale University #9

So today we wanted to talk…the idea was to talk about insurance and it’s a very old idea. In fact, in some sense it even is used by animals, non-human animals. If they share risks, then it’s some kind of insurance maybe. So it’s very basic. And I think you have some idea of really

S&P 500 – Financial Markets by Yale University #5

S&P 500 – Financial Markets by Yale University #5

This is the S&P, Standard & Poor’s 500 stock price index and it’s used as a benchmark for returns. So this is what you did if you just invested in the whole market monthly from 2000 to 2016. And what it shows is quite a roller coaster ride of value, right? So, actually, I should

How To Make A Payment Using A Limited Access Code

How To Make A Payment Using A Limited Access Code

[Music] In this video we will show you how to make a payment using your Limited Access Code, formerly Express Login. Of course all this information is confidential as you go through this process. First go to the website, CDTFA.CA.GOV, and at the top click on “Login.” That will take you to the Taxpayer Online

Hedge Funds and Risks – Financial Markets by Yale University #15

Hedge Funds and Risks – Financial Markets by Yale University #15

Think of risk, I was wondering how these large hedge funds and their ability to take on large amounts of risk and leverage themselves, how that affects the market?>>Well hedge funds are investment companies that are not approved for the general retail market. So they’re not allowed to advertise. They’re not well-known, because they’re not

Use 1Password to save and fill credit cards and addresses on your Mac

Use 1Password to save and fill credit cards and addresses on your Mac

1Password saves and fills your usernames and passwords. Did you know you can also store rewards cards, passports, and more? Two of the most useful things to store in 1Password are credit cards and addresses because 1Password will fill them for you when you’re shopping online. To get started, open 1Password. Click the New Item

Covariance – Financial Markets by Yale University #8

Covariance – Financial Markets by Yale University #8

The idea of covariance. When you have two separate stocks, for example.>>Okay. [COUGH] I’ll try to start keeping things really simple. There’s two different companies. They’re both startups and they’re both trying some risky new venture. And they both, it’s like a coin toss, right? They both have a 50, 50 chance of succeeding. And

Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) – Financial Markets by Yale University #16

Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) – Financial Markets by Yale University #16

The capital asset pricing model. It’s a model of the optimal portfolio. It asserts that all investors will hold the optimal portfolio. So anyway, I showed you last time a scatter diagram which had on the horizontal axis, the return on the stock market and on the vertical axis, the return on Apple Computer. And

Introduction to Financial Markets by Yale University #1

Introduction to Financial Markets by Yale University #1

So, how shall I begin? This is the blurb for the course, the blurb that’s been in the Yale catalog for a long time. This is a course on finance. It has the word, “markets,” in the name, which suggest that it’s about trading, but I think it’s a broad course in finance. So the