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In this course, you will be able to identify the real value of your investments. Identifying money values is the prime requirement for attaining financial freedom. You will be able to set realistic financial goals which would put you in charge of your money and your life. Be it at an individual level or managerial level, your success depends on understanding the value of money in its different dimensions. Many people take a passive role in managing their finances as they are confused with the world of money and finance. They continue with their rat-race, save a few bucks in some retirement fund, settling for meager returns year-after-year,without knowing what value their savings are worth.
This course is here to give you some basic idea on how one should look at money values. There are other options for those who are willing to change the way they look at money. A thorough understanding of the value of money is the key to one’s personal financial success. Money is just not a currency note with numbers and symbols on it or a plastic card with a bank logo and an account number. It is something else entirely. This course will help you analyse the meaning of the value of money, where money has been, and where it is going.
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|Section 1: Section 1: Introduction|
Lecture 1: Introduction to money valuePreview
|Section 2: Section 2: Dimensions of Value of Money|
Lecture 2: Value of money
Lecture 3: Different dimensions of Value of Money
|Section 3: Section 3: Nominal Values|
Lecture 4: Nominal Values of money
|Section 4: Section 4: Real Value of Money|
Lecture 5: Real Value of Money – The Purchasing power
Lecture 6: Impact of Inflation on Purchasing Power
Lecture 7: Cost of Living Index
Lecture 8: Impact of Inflation on your InvestmentsPreview
Lecture 9: Types of Inflation- Creeping, Galloping and Hyper inflationPreview
|Section 5: Section 5: Exchange Value|
Lecture 10: Exchange Value of a Currency
Lecture 11: Consequences of Fall in Exchange value a currency
|Section 6: Section 6: Time Value of Money|
Lecture 12: Time Value of Money
Lecture 13: Simple and Compound Interest
Lecture 14: Impact of Compounding periods
Lecture 15: Power of Compounding with interest rate differentials
Lecture 16: Power of Compounding-Saving earlyPreview
Lecture 17: How Many Years will it take to Double Your Investment?
Lecture 18: Present value of Future Monies to be ReceivedPreview
|Section 7: Section 7: Tax Value|
Lecture 19: Tax Factor in investment decisions
|Section 8: Section 8: Book Value and Market Value|
Lecture 20: Book Value and Market Value
Raj has completed his Masters in Economics from Loyola College, Chennai, and Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA) from the Institute of Cost Accountants of India. He has a total experience of over 30 years, both in teaching and corporate world with multinational companies in India and Dubai. Presently he is a practicing Management accountant and a visiting faculty. He has authored a book titled “Economics”.