My personal belief is everyone is a good student but we just get scared or too busy to focus properly. I'm going to build up your comprehension and put less emphasis on memorization unless you have an immediate evaluation coming up. I think once you understand the principles and we work out any nervousness or misconceptions, you won't really need me any more. My experience is that once a student has a solid base they'll be able to build on it as they see fit and from there the sky is the limit.
I am a tenured associate professor of Finance at the John Molson School of Business. I have a PhD from UBC and am a CFA charterholder in good standing with the Montreal society. I have over 25 years of tutoring experience and have taught intro and intermediate finance, portfolio management, financial economics and basic econometrics. I'm quite comfortable explaining necessary basic math as needed.
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