Summary of الأسواق المالية (جامعة ييل) المحاضرة 01: مقدمة حول استفادة الطالب من المساق وهدفه

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This YouTube video provides an overview of the undergraduate finance course offered at Yale University. The course covers topics such as financial institutions, recent financial crises, and the importance of taking a more mathematical course on finance. The video also discusses the textbook used in the course, "Finance and the Good Society," and how it covers topics such as real estate securities, rating agencies, and the stock market.

  • 00:00:00 This course is about financial markets, and it will have a philosophical underpinning while still being focused on detail. The instructor, Robert Shiller, is fascinated by the details of how things work and he wants to talk about particular institutions and how they relate to finance broadly. This course is being filmed for open Yale, which means that it will be available online and through other websites.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the purpose of the undergraduate finance course, which is to provide students with a basic understanding of financial institutions and how they work. It also touches on recent financial crises, and the importance of taking economics 251, a more mathematical course that is taught by a professor with practical experience in the field.
  • 00:10:00 This author discusses the importance of finance in one's life, and how it is not just a field for money-grubbing people. He also speaks about the importance of Yale College's mission of educating and instructing youth in good literature, arts, and sciences.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses the textbook used in the video's course, "Finance and the Good Society." The textbook, written by Frank Fabozzi, Franco Modigliani, and Jeremy Siegel, covers topics such as real estate securities, rating agencies, and the stock market. The video explains that the details matter when studying finance, and that the book is still in progress.
  • 00:20:00 This video provides a brief overview of the global financial crisis, and how it has affected different professions. It then compares finance jobs with other jobs, focusing on how few jobs in finance there are relative to other occupations.
  • 00:25:00 This video discusses the idea that many people misunderstand finance as a purely mathematical field, and that it is actually about making things happen. Jerry Seinfeld is one example of a celebrity who is famous for his comedic work but is also financially successful. The video also discusses how to be successful in finance, emphasizing the importance of deals, capital, and resources.
  • 00:30:00 In this video, Professor Shahed M. Wahidy from the University of Cairo discusses the idea of the "gospel of wealth." Carnegie argued that once someone has amassed a significant amount of money, they should give it away to charity.
  • 00:35:00 The speaker discusses how people are better at making money and benefiting society than others, and how this natural selection of the smartest creates a trend of increasing concentration of wealth at the top. He encourages students to think about this trend and its implications before making decisions about their future careers.
  • 00:40:00 David Swensen is a successful Yale University economics professor who turned the school's endowment into a $22.9 billion fortune. Maurice Hank Greenberg is a business magnate who founded AIG and is currently the chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations. Greenberg is also a major philanthropist, and has given money to Yale.
  • 00:45:00 This YouTube video discusses the three outside speakers that will be present at the University of York's summer semester course, "Financial Economics." The first speaker is from Germany, and is a PhD student in economics who specializes in mutual funds. The second speaker is from the United States, and is studying the pizza delivery industry. The third speaker is from Hong Kong, and is a non-official member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong. She is also a member of the government of the People's Republic of China at the vice-ministerial rank.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video is a lecture by an instructor at Yale University, Dr. Bin Li, on the basics of risk and financial crises. Dr. Li discusses how risk is not always independent, how the 1929 stock market crash originated, and how the current financial crisis is different from past ones. He stresses that despite the recent turmoil, the fundamentals of finance remain unchanged. Dr. Li ends the lecture with a discussion of the government's recent bailout package for the banking industry.
  • 00:55:00 The author discusses the various aspects of finance, including the capital asset pricing model and insurance. He also discusses the real world implications of these concepts, such as the high death toll in the Haiti earthquake due to lack of insurance.

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This video provides an introduction to financial markets and how they can be applied to different aspects of life. It also discusses how debt can be both a good and a bad thing, and how the financial crisis was caused by a housing bubble.

  • 01:00:00 This video reviews the theory of efficient markets and how it can be applied to different aspects of life, such as the stock market and real estate. It also touches on how debt markets can be beneficial, as well as how debt can be a bad thing.
  • 01:05:00 The financial crisis was caused by a housing bubble, which is currently restarting in other parts of the world. Behavioral finance is a long-standing interest of mine, and includes incorporating psychology into our theory of finance. Lecture 12 is about banking, and includes a discussion of international bank regulation. Lecture 13 is about forward and futures markets, which are complex derivative contracts. Lecture 16 is about monetary policy, and discusses the role of central banks in preventing crises. Investment banking is a profession that many students pursue, and lecture 17 discusses professional money managers.
  • 01:10:00 This video provides an introduction to institutional investors, which emphasizes their power and the importance of understanding their purpose. The video also discusses public and nonprofit finance.

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