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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.
Anybody is doing, or has done Konvexity mocks?
Just purchased their mocks, skimmed some of them and it seemed relatively shorter than CFAI’s mocks. I wonder how close their mocks to actual exam?
123mpr I know you dude did these mocks, and probably became an expert in CFA mocks))
I’ve done with all CFAI mocks and MM mocks, and results are very bad.
Why are we not taking the after tax figure: 21 x 0.65 for addition in NI.
Is there anyway we can download CFA Mock B 2019 in PDF format?
I work with equities and I work some 90 hours per week. It’s a very intense job and I just started, so there is so much I have to learn about the job itself, etc. So my question is, how the hell can you study for CFA working these hours? Answering my own question, you can’t, right? Or am I wrong and some of you guys somehow do it?… Studying during the week is out of question. Then on weekend, there is always stuff to do, so I don’t see how can you pass that thing with one day of study per week.
Any of you have experience with this?
Can anyone please tell me an easy way to calculate minority interest. Preferably a formula.
but I am not sure why they are multiplying with Net Income.
How are you doing mocks? Half Mock a day? Half Mock one day, next day revision?
So Residual Income and Economic Profit is Net income- Equity charge
EVA= Nopat- WACC*total capilat
Economic profit= NOPAT - WACC* total Capital
Residual Income= Net income - equity charge
can someone tell my why in the world are the names given to these formulae in each topic contradicting each other? How to figure out whether they’re talking about Economic Profit from equity or corporate finance?
For current method, is functional currency = foreign currency? I am getting confused with the terminology. When they say the foreign currency has appreciated, they mean the functional currency has appreciated? So that will increase the net asset exposure?
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