How to Invest in Cryptocurrency | a Financial Perspective on Bitcoin with Brian Kelly
Banking Explained – Money and Credit
19 Industries The Blockchain Will Disrupt
Gold & Silver Are Making HISTORY! – The People Are TAKING BACK The Market (with David Morgan)
Money & Debt: Crash Course World History 202
Professor Susan Athey: "The Future of Currency"
Ripple/XRP we dont shill we share facts and real world info – Id!@ts
Investing in Education Instead of Speculation
Top 5 Crypto Buys for Altcoin Season (ULTIMATE GUIDE 2019)
FORGET BITCOIN! There’s a new private currency sweeping America…
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Get a handle on the digital currency revolution, and learn how to get on board
The Bitcoin Big Bang is a guide to navigating the uncharted territory of digital currency. Written by CNBC contributor Brian Kelly, this book goes beyond Bitcoin 101 to explain how this transformative technology is about to change the world. Digital currency is thrown into perspective against the history of payment systems and its own evolution, as readers are invited to explore the ways in which this technology is already changing the way business gets done. Readers gain insight into the mechanisms behind Bitcoin, and an expert perspective on digital currency's effect on the future of money and the economic implications of the Bitcoin revolution.
Basic Monte Carlo Simulation of a Stock Portfolio in Excel
Monte Carlo Simulation – NPV example
Monte Carlo Simulations: Run 10,000 Simulations At Once
Monte Carlo Simulation: Sensitivity Tornado Plot
Excel – Simple Revenue Forecast (and dealing with outliers)
GoForecast – Web Model for Financial Forecasting
Sensitivity Analysis in Excel with What-If Data Table, Tornado Diagram and Spider Plot
Business Case Walkthrough
No Crystal Ball Required – Predictive Analytics for Business
Crystal Ball – Frontera eficiente
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Updated look at financial modeling and Monte Carlo simulation with software by Oracle Crystal Ball
This revised and updated edition of the bestselling book on financial modeling provides the tools and techniques needed to perform spreadsheet simulation. It answers the essential question of why risk analysis is vital to the decision-making process, for any problem posed in finance and investment. This reliable resource reviews the basics and covers how to define and refine probability distributions in financial modeling, and explores the concepts driving the simulation modeling process. It also discusses simulation controls and analysis of simulation results.
Bank Valuation and Value Based Management Deposit and Loan Pricing Performance Evaluation and Risk M
e-Study Guide for Bank Valuation and Value-Based Management : Deposit and Loan Pricing, Pe Ebook PDF
Why Values-based banks are different
Financials: Analyzing Bank Stocks the Easy Way *** INDUSTRY FOCUS ***
Bank Value vs. Market Value
Key Financial Metrics and Ratios: ROA, ROE, and ROIC
Determining Property Value the Right Way
Financial Analysis for Leaders | UC Berkeley Executive Education
INSEAD Professor Jean Dermine on how to handle failing banks
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The professional resource every investment banker must have—the definitive guide to complying with the brand-new Basel III requirements
Anchored in the fields of economics and finance, Bank Valuation and Value Based Management, Second Edition details asset-liability management and provides rigorous foundations to discuss the control of value creation and risk in banks.
Dermine delivers a framework that addresses critical bank management issues that include fund transfer pricing, risk-adjusted performance evaluation, deposit pricing, capital management, loan pricing and provisioning, securitization, and the measurement of interest rate risk. The book also covers important topics, such as capital management methods, resolution for non-performing loans and investments, and securitization and other structured products.
Jean Dermine is the Professor of Banking and Finance at INSEAD and has taught at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the Universities of Louvain and Lausanne, CESAG, NYU, and Stockholm Schools of Economics.