I posted this last year when someone asked if anyone was studying without a study package….figured it would be helpful for new-bee’s and retakers….I passed this year so I know this worked (at least for me).
I just had a quick question for all the charters out there. When you receive your charter is it numbered to indicate what your sequence was in the entire world. I have seen some posts indicating 35k position and etc but I assume this would be a tad difficult as it is not over 150k chartered.
Pretty cool none the less.
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My question is not related to how the fed puts paper money in circulation and replaces paper money etc.. It is more about how does such a system get set up in the first place.
When the first USD notes were printed, I would imagine hundreds of years ago, how did they end up in the hands of citizens. Did the gov issue bonds to the fed at that time, and the fed gave the gov currency in return and then the gov used that money to make purchases thus putting into circulation?
Can somebody explain the answer “Stewart uses small sample of observation (What does it mean ?) of below average interest rates (where does it mention below average rate in question?)” and how should 0.4 to 0.8 times and 1.15 and 1.2 times historical average be interpreted?
I am currently working as a Commercial Real Estate Financing Analyst in a Bank and was wondering if my work experience would be accepted. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Also, is my description too short? I am only using 1000 words out of the allowed 2500.