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Sobre o curso

In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to pull down Stock Data using the R quantmod package. You will also learn how to perform analytics and pass financial risk functions to the data. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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20 de mai de 2020

It's a good course and good platform for new learners Who want to make career in stock market


19 de jul de 2020

An Excellent Introduction to the Quantmod Package, but could have been a bit more informative

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21 de jun de 2020

The last section was not available for viewing and hence, I technically did not complete the course fully. It also would be nice to get a copy of the .Rmd file used to perform the tasks.

por joe s

2 de jun de 2020

Rhyme, the online tool they use, does not work and kicks you off during the final section so you cannot finish the program or download the code. Until they fix this issue, I would not take any course using that online tool as it would be a waste of money. However, it was excellent up to that point so if they fix this issue it could be a great course.

por Eva

24 de out de 2020

Extremely basic course for people who have previous knowledge of finance but no experience with R.

Not helpful if you want to learn how to perform stock analysis. It only teaches you some simple R functions, but not the financial theory.

por Lee W

31 de mai de 2020

The videos can be watched but the 'guided' portion does not work and there is not enough detail to follow along with own R

por Andrew D

24 de set de 2020

Most of the content is not uploaded and the emulator is time limited. Poor.