Investment Decisions with Financial Theory and Empirical Evidence

Investments is a free online graduate course that helps develop investment decision-making skills with financial theory and empirical evidence. A few of the topics covered are portfolio theory, equilibrium models like APT and CAPM, security price behavior, market efficiency, evaluating performance and behavioral finance. Investments is provided by Sloan School of Management at MIT, available here and licensed under Creative Commons License 3.0. Full citation at bottom of page.

  • Readings: Selection of readings that are part of the course, but not provided here. These readings are highly encouraged if they are available to you.

Full Course Citation

Reto Gallati, 15.433 Investments, Spring 2003. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT OpenCouseWare), (Accessed April 2010). License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA