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CFA Level I Free Videos

Free 2011 CFA® Level I videos can help you learn the basic concepts for the 2013 CFA Level I exam. However, there are few major differences between the 2011 and 2013 material. Kindly click HERE to read about these differences.

Ethics Lectures:

 

Quantitative Methods Lectures:

Statistical Concepts – Part 3 (Measures of Dispersion)
 

 

Economics Lectures:

 

Financial Reporting and Analysis Lectures:

 

Corporate Finance Lectures:

 

 

Portfolio Management Lectures:

Portfolio Management: An Overview Part 1 (Portfolio Perspective, Investment Clients)
Portfolio Management: An Overview Part 2 (Portfolio Management Process, Pooled Investments)
Portfolio Risk and Return – Part 1A (Asset Classes, Correlation, 2-Asset Portfolio, Diversification Benefit)
Portfolio Risk and Return – Part 1B (Efficient Frontier, CAL, Risk Aversion, Optimal Portfolio)
Portfolio Risk and Return – Part 2A(CML, Systematic and Unsystematic Risk, Beta, Return Generating Model)
Portfolio Risk and Return – Part 2B (CAPM, SML, Sharpe, Treynor, M-Squared, Jensen)
Basics of Portfolio Planning and Construction (IPS, Risk/ Return, Constraints, SAA, TAA, Risk Budgeting)

 

Equity Investments Lectures:

Market Organization and Structure – Part 1 (Financial System, Assets, Markets, Investments)
Market Organization and Structure – Part 2 (Financial Intermediaries, Short Sales, Margin Trades)
Market Organization and Sturcutre – Part 3 (Trade Execution, Primary/ Secondary Markets, Characteristics)
Market Efficiency – Part 1 (Market Efficiency, Weak Form, Semi-Strong Form and Strong Form EMH)
Market Efficiency – Part 2 (Anomalies, Behavioral Finance)
Overview of Equity Securities – Part 1 (Importance, Characteristics, Private Equity)
Overview of Equity Securities – Part 2 (DR, GDR, ADR, Book Value, Market Value, ROE, Cost of Equity)
Industry and Company Analysis (Uses, Classification, Peers, Strategic Analysis, Company Analysis)
Equity Valuation – Part 1 (Overview, DCF Methods, CAPM, g=ROExRR)
Equity Valuation – Part 2 (Price Multiples based on comparables and fudamentals, EV, Asset AdBased Models)
Equity Valuation – Part 3 (Advantages and disadvantages of different methods)

 

Fixed Income Lectures:

Features of Debt Securities – Part 1 (Bond Features, Indenture, Coupon Structures, Accrued Interest)
Features of Debt Securities – Part 2 (Amortizing and non-amortizing bonds, Call Provision, Refunding, Sinking Fund)
Risks Associated with Investing in Bonds – Part 1 (Interest rate risk and yield curve risk)
Overview of Bond Sectors and Instruments – Part 2 (Agency securities, MBS, MPS, CMO)
Understanding Yield Spreads – Part 1 (Yield curve shapes and theories, spot rates, yield measures)
Understanding Yield Spreads – Part 2 (Credit Spread, OAS, Liquidity Spread, LIBOR)
Valuation of Debt Securities – Part 1 (Valuation process, valuation of different types of bonds)
Valuation of Debt Securities – Part 2 (Full price and accrued interest, arbitrage free pricing)
Yield Measures, Spot Rates and Forward Rates – Part 2 (Reinvestment Income and Reinvestment Risk)
Measurement of Interest Rate Risk – Part 1 (Full Valuation, Duration, Convexity)
Measurement of Interest Rate Risk – Part 2 (Price vs Yield of Callable and Puttable Bonds, Duration, Convexity)

 

Derivatives Lectures:

Forward Markets and Contracts – Part 1 (Short, Long, Dealer, End User, Settlement, Equity and Bond Contracts)
Forward Markets and Contracts – Part 2 (LIBOR, FRA, Currency Contracts)
Futures Markets and Contracts – Part 1 (Forwards vs. Futures, Initial and Maintenace Margin Requirements)
Futures Markets and Contracts – Part 2 (Price Limits, Termination, T-Bill, Bond, Index, Currency Contracts)
Option Markets and Contracts – Part 1 (Call and put, OTC vs. exchange traded options, moneyness)
Option Markets and Contracts – Part 2 (Interest rate and currency options, cap, floor, FRA = long call + short put)
Option Markets and Contracts – Part 3 (Payoff diagrams, principles of option valuation)
Swaps – Part 1 (Plain vanilla interest rate swaps, characteristics of a swap)
Swaps – Part 2 (Currency swaps, equity swaps, swap termination)
Risk Management Applications of Option Strategies (Payoff and profit for call, put, covered call and protective put)
Alternative Investment Lectures:
Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Funds (NAV, open-end and close-end funds, advantages and risks of ETFs)
Real Estate (Forms and characteristics, valuation approaches: cost, comparision, income and DCF)
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