As a Level I candidate, I would like to hear your advice for my case in the last 10 week. As a finance graduate, I finished all the readings from a third-party material and solved more than 2,000 questions (from a third-party) with around 75-80% accuracy so far.
Here is an example question:
Given an exchange rate of USD/CAD 0.9250 and USD/CHF 1.6250, what is the cross rate for CAD/CHF?
The answer I came up with was .5692 and here is my work:
.9250 x 1/1.6250
but instead I shouldve done .9250/1.6250
does anyone please know where I can get a pdf of the Dec 2019 mocks?. There’s no pdf option in the Ecosystem in Candidate resources
I know using the CAPM to calculate the required return, which is equal to the expected return. Then comparing the number with forecast return. But why using forecast return as benchmark to determine undervalued or overvalued? Forecast and required return seems both future return, which is unknown.
For short, why required return less than forecast return means this stock is undervalued? Vice versa
Stupidly, I missed the registration deadline for December 2019, even though I have been preparing for the Level 1 exam.
Does anybody know if there is any way that I can still sign up late?
Having trouble with the first reading in Micro. Im using Meldrum but he doesnt seem to simplify the material.
So currently doing a question that is as follows:
The annual risk-free interest rate is 10% in the United States (USD) and 4% in Switzerland (CHF), and the 1-year forward rate is USD/CHF 0.80. Today’s USD/CHF spot rate is closest to:
In working this out I am using the formula which is forward/spot = [(1+(i) price) / (1+(i) base)] and I am putting the US interest rate (10%) as the price, but the answer is putting it as the base? Any idea as to why?
The Puchalski Company reported the following:
Income before taxes
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