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You’ve put in your 300 hours. You’ve attended the classes, you’ve gotten in some serious question practice, and your books look like they’ve been to war. Now it’s time to put all your hard work to the test (before the test). It’s time to sit for a CFA® mock exam.
Taking some mocks is no doubt an essential step as you prepare for the CFA exam. In my experience however, the common perception that doing as many mocks as possible improves your chances of success is misleading. In what follows I explain why I believe this is the case.
Hi , has anyone tried Brian Gordon’s online program? How good was it compared with other online providers?
Time to beat this dead horse!
How do peeps,
Was wondering if anyone would be able to explain the following gifs to me as it feels like the tectonic plates of finance are shifting;
1) EURO ZONE
The yield on Germany’s 10-year Bund fell below the ECB’s overnight deposit rate for the first time ever;
2) UNITED STATES
Hi Guys n girls
I have observed that tech stocks exhibited considerably more systematic risk compared to consumer staple stocks (check the link below to see). What is your opinion about the economic reasoning behind this? is this merely a coincidence or there are some solid economic grounds?
It’s been a couple of years since I’ve written CFA. I’m very excited about writing level 2 exam next year. I work full time for a bank in a very busy job so I can’t prepare like a student.
If you could start today for the exam how would you design your plan? Would you read curriculum book for few topics?
I believe 65%. What do you think about it ?
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