This course will cover introductory interest rate theory and the time value of money, annuities and bonds, forwards and futures, swaps. Will also cover valuation of these products.

I will not be covering anything to do with equities or options (those are more complicated).

I will try to establish a connection between the theory and practical applications of the material in each section.

Most of this course will be in text/pdf/LaTeX documents but I may post videos for clarification.

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