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NotesView all FNCE30007 notes
Written by Olivia
This is the complete set of notes I've made and compiled specifically for the 2019 Semester 1 exam....
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Written by Ava
These are the notes I made for the Derivatives mid-sem exam and final exam. The course had a lot...
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Written by Anabelle
The notes include Week 1 - Week 12 materials: - Introduction to Derivatives - Futures and Forward...
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Written by Emily
This notes will save you a lot of time, it summaries most important topic and concepts from lectures...
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Written by Sasha
1. Introduction to Derivatives 2. Hedging using futures and forwards 3. Determination of forward a...
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Written by Sharon
Comprehensive exam notes with key information for every topic. Lecture 1: Overview of Futures Le...
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Include notes from week 1-12. All proofs are discussed more clearly and added some additional exampl...
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Detailed DS Notes compiled through lecture notes, tutorial notes and textbook materials. These no...
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I achieved 91 on this subject. The notes included lecture notes and required reading from both t...
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Take this subject in Semester 2, so much easier compared to Semester 1 as far as I know. The finals and mid-semester test were equally easy, was expecting a fairly difficult final exam tbh.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
Great lecturer, went a bit quick but was extremely thorough with an emphasis on understanding the underlying concepts. This subject can be difficult if you take a backseat and just try to memorise formulas, if you don't understand the the concepts you wont do well. Overall an incredibly engaging and interesting subject.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
Amazing lecturer made this subject so interesting and made me eager to learn more and find out about trading with derivatives. Really enjoyable subject. Once you truly understand the concepts, you will find it really fun to study.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Interesting subject, great lecturer. Don't be scared of this subject! Best of the Finance major.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
This subject has developed my passion in Finance and you will enjoy studying it. No regrets.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
Good lecturer and enjoyable subject.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
I took the subject when Ali Akyol was the lecturer, and he was fantastic. He utilised technology well to work us through complicated examples (writing on his tablet), and the mid-semester test was fairly straightforward. However this did come with the downside of a fairly difficult final exam, although most students would have been able to get a pass at the bare minimum due to the "free" marks given away through simple questions which required little more than plugging numbers into a formula.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
Johnathan Dark (lecturer) is an excellent conductor of this course. However, he sets a killer mid semester exam, and shockingly a 'doable' exam (as compared to the other level 3 finance) as long as to study the relevant materials.