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MIT 15.401 Finance Theory I, Fall 2008
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/15-401F08
Instructor: Andrew Lo

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Reflective Ducky says:

The way he says “finance” really bugs me

Bibi Blue says:

FANNASS? @@ 

Mario Lengkey says:

how to correctly pronounce ‘Finance’?

Fabio Monteiro says:
Andreas Ñañez Kadluba says:

Ses 1: Introduction and Course Overview

Grace Gracie says:

Thanks so much for this. Very helpful. 

nuevo says:

clear and concise lecturer with a good sense of humour; this guy is good.

Jan Suing says:

This is awesome. From the Philippines.

Amy W. Key says:

You are just SAVING my ass from my French Business School where I’m taught
finance by a guy who can’t even speak english correctly so I don’t
understand anything andn suddenly I discover MIT put its courses on line
and I understand everything ? JUST A HUGE THANK YOU FROM FRANCE

Duc Huy Mai says:

Thank you very much ! MIT

Vardan Grigoryan says:

Finance Theory I

jason alexander says:

@24:35 water!

Tom Chen says:

Thank you based MIT, I’m a slave programmer in the Valley and these
lectures are both eye-opening and immediately applicable to a huge part of
my life.

simd510 says:

The professor says that in the readings packet there will be a collection
of problems. Where can we get these problems from? Thanks in advance!

Khurtsbayar Rentsendorj says:

Thank you MIT OpenCourseWare. It is really educational philanthropy to
those can’t afford it like me

Jose Curtó says:

Thanks MIT. Following from Sweden.

SuperCockerspaniel says:

Excelent introduction!

MrSyCoe says:

This guy is an AWESOME professor.

Omar Dkair says:

following from Morocco , Agadir , :)

Jonson91Carl says:

Thanks a lot for these lessons very interesting by graduated italian
student in Business Administration.

张小贤 says:

following from China ,Thanks

14G 302 says:

This is brilliant !

Sebsibe S' Sorsa says:

This is great!!! ★★★★★
♥finance♥

Nguyetanh Tran says:

Thanks MIT. Very interesting. However, I am wondering why Capital structure
is not covered in this course?

Tanchanok Deamsantia says:

Following from Bangkok, thank you!

SuperShahane says:

Thank you very much! 

SuperShahane says:

Thank you very much! 

上里啓 says:

これ、良さげ。

automotor list says:

Ses 1: Introduction and Course Overview

mayonesa cosmica says:

made me think of you,+Joao Paulo Lourenco

Stephen Allard says:

Does the date on this video (Fall 2008) make all the content irrelevant
today (Spring 2013)? Why post this particular series now?

0wnagefactory says:

Thank You.

TheShikobe says:

Be thankful that they posted at all.

Ryan Jamieson says:

Can I somehow get a credential for taking this free course or all of the
MBA courses or do I have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars?

JOBGG16 says:

if there are junk derivatives, there should be bathtub derivatives.

Hans Gustav Krosing says:

Thank you

u2canbfmj says:

New Algos to front run the Market can be found here. Stay Tuned!

Explosión Saga says:

ovbio finanza es lo primero, sin dinero no te prestan los bancos, te ven o
te juzgan por lo que ganas, los bancos nunca pierden, saben financiar solo
para ellos, y nosostros nos dejamos, MIT the best and the best.

yoyaya007 says:

I want to understand why MIT uploads videos only after 5 years or decades
that they have been taped ??

MIT OpenCourseWare says:

Brealey, Richard, Stewart Myers, and Franklin Allen. Principles of
Corporate Finance. 9th ed. New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 2007. ISBN:
9780071266758.

Nico Mkhatvari says:

Where can I get the problem&solution package?

Hans Gustav Krosing says:

What is the full name of the “brealey,myers and allen“ book?

Jerry Kitich says:

The other question is how liquid the market is. In other words, how many
students have cash on them and what is the maximum amount of cash any one
person has. Which could be enhanced if people thought of and were willing
to pool their money. That was the constraint that was set. Furthered by the
professor making the statement that cash is payable by the end of class, to
reduce counter-party risk.

Jerry Kitich says:

Is there a way to order MIT Sloan Finance Problems and Solutions
Collection? Or download it somewhere?

Sarah Kerrigan says:

Thank you MIT…

Americus Huynh says:

does anybody know where can I download “MIT Sloan Finance Problems and
Solutions” Collection which the Professor mentioned in the lecture? Thanks

Gogargoat says:

I feel like i just got a tour of the giant temple built on top of the
entirely subjective notion of ownership. If i own a pen, is it written
somewhere in the objective reality that the pen belongs to me?

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