10 Resources to Learn Finance and Economics Online
- Posted by scheplick
- on July 16th, 2012
A quick post here for those who want to learn more about finance and economics online, and from the best:
Financial Markets 101 w/ Robert Shiller
Yale hosts courses on YouTube, and Financial Markets with Robert Shiller is a gem. Shiller has 23 1-hour videos that span an entire semester at Yale.
Fred Wilson’s MBA Mondays
VC Fred Wilson provides an MBA education free of charge on his blog. Also included is an incredible comment stream, and each post recorded as an MP3 voice-over.
CME Group Education
Learn about agriculture, credit, economic events, energy, equity index, FX, interest rates, metals, real estate, and weather. Holy cow. Use their search function to learn about any topic in derivatives.
Introductory Economics from R. Preston McAfee
The first Open Source economics textbook. More than 300 pages free for download, and open for edits.
The Options Industry Council – Options Education
The mecca for options traders. A depository with everything you need to know about options. You can even talk to a professional at their 1-888-OPTIONS hotline.
Paddy Hirsch WhiteBoard
Paddy Hirsch, from Marketplace, uses HD video to teach finance and economics. Writes lessons his lessons on a whiteboard.
Jodie Beggs – Economists Do It With Models
Beggs runs the Economics section on About.com. She also manages a library of economic videos and lessons on YouTube. She has experience as a student, tutor, and professor.
The Economist’s Topics A-Z
Need a to look something up? Use the Economist’s reference guide.
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