This lecture is all about introducing you to something you won't find anywhere else--the stock market from a physicists viewpoint. Some notes are here, the big set of notes are here. This lecture is based on MFM Osborne's pioneering work in econophysics in the 1970's, his best work is here. Here are the lecture slides.
If you'd like to know more about econophysics, check out the introductory pieces here. This paper is harder, but well worth digging into if you like thinking this way.
Here are the notes for lecture 2, Here are the slides in 2*2 format. Apologies that there's no recording. Please try to read Pilbeam, chapters 1-3, for next week. I've also posted links to the course pack and some online readings on the course page.