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Below is the topics covered in my undergraduate economics program. I want to know which course should I take to get a full overview of topics in finance today.

  • Econometrics
  • Micro, Macro Economics
  • Insurance
  • Investment (first half luenberger textbook)
  • Asset pricing (discrete time, CAPM, continuous time with black scholes model, pricing kernel and risk neutral method, stochastic calculus)
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closed as primarily opinion-based by Tom Au, chollida, Bob Jansen, Karol Piczak, olaker Jun 16 '14 at 19:50

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I believe we should keep the forum free of career and education questions before it gets "polluted" with tons of questions à la "should I take econometrics II or Linear Algebra II"? See also here: meta.quant.stackexchange.com/questions/13/… – pincopallino Jun 16 '14 at 8:06
@selfTaught: Then will you join me in voting to close? It's only on this site that you (and I) can do this with < 500 reputation. – Tom Au Jun 16 '14 at 15:30

Asset pricing, but it depends on what kind of finance you're talking about.

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