Cryptocurrencies and Digital Assets Valuation Models

Course Details

Accredited SAQ CWMA recertification training amounting to 1 hour of study.

Topic: Investment Solutions

Subtopic: Digital Assets



There are currently over 11,000 cryptocurrencies and digital assets. With many experiencing price volatility of over 100% per year, or five times the volatility of stocks, there is substantial disagreement on how to value these assets. Some valuation models used for traditional equity valuation can be used to price these assets. Investors may also find it useful to understand business models, emerging industries, and oligopolistic models.

Learning Outcomes

Practical tips for investing in cryptocurrencies
- Distinguish between various categories of cryptocurrencies
- Evaluating investment valuation of cryptocurrencies



This online video can be accessed at any time, up to the calendar year end if purchased in the first half of the year; or up the subsequent calendar year end if purchased in the second half of the year. This presentation is in English

In order to purchase this course CFA Society Switzerland members and guests must set up and login with a CFA Institute Id#.



CHF 100 for non-members.

CHF 60 for members of CFA Society Switzerland.






Keith Black, PhD, CFA, CAIA, FDP

Keith Black, PhD, CFA, CAIA, FDP

Keith Black has over thirty years of financial market experience, serving approximately half of that time as an academic and half as a trader and consultant to institutional investors. He currently serves as Managing Director, Program Director FDP Charter at the FDP Institute. During his most recent role as Managing Director of Content Strategy, Keith was responsible for Curriculum development at the CAIA Association. Previously, Keith was a valued team member at Ennis Knupp + Associates, where he advised foundations, endowments and pension funds on their asset allocation and manager selection strategies in hedge funds, commodities, and managed futures. Dr. Black earned a BA from Whittier College, an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, and a PhD from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.