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How to Prepare an Effective CFA® Exam Study Plan (Sponsored) KaplanSchweser KaplanSchweser1 month ago
Level II Topics by CFAI Study Session AnalystForum 4 mheithy5 months ago
Level 2 Candidates: What's Your New Year's Resolution? vicky_cool400 vicky_cool4006 years ago
2013 level 2 Curriculum changes. confused2010 8 vicky_cool4006 years ago
Add new asset if Sharpe Asset > Sharpe Port x corr(a,p). New formula learnt today broadex 6 Nellz4 years ago
"Using Wiley for my CFA journey was by far the best option… I was able to pass on my first attempt.”– Moe E., Canada
bonds with a binomial interest rate tree passcfaforsure 4 mohammad.belaal6 years ago
capital budgeting travelin.man119 3 sharky74 years ago
CFA LII PAST MOCK QUESTIONS sagajul 6 Isfijob4 years ago
Cobb Douglas Production Function - CFA 2014 Mock Question broadex broadex4 years ago
Current method (Hyperinflation): Page- 266, Example-7 in the curriculum cfa2014 4 rahul roy4 years ago
earning quality and financial reporting quality Pasgon 2 Pasgon2 years ago
EV/EBITDA vs. P/EBITDA and what multiple considers leverage and what not AHHHHHH h21 3 S2000magician2 years ago
Example 11 in Reading 13 Capital Flows and Exchange Rates Tartaglia 4 JZA1 year ago
Example 3 in Reading 13 Forward Rates and the Mark-to-Market of Forward positions Tartaglia Tartaglia1 year ago
Factors 1 and 2 (dealing with revenues and sales prices) rank higher than Factors 3 and 4. Someone saw this somewhere? dududu100 2 tau2812902 years ago
Failed Level 1 but Passed Level 2 on 1st attempt Hardj 2 kienha932 years ago
How many mocks? Trekker 21 rahul roy4 years ago
if the markets are efficient irr represents the required return h21 3 Harrogath2 years ago
Incorporating videos into studying plan Splitstrike 3 Yushin4 years ago
Intercorporate Investment Concept Checker (Schweser Book 2 P.92 Q5) Jack Kwan 10 S2000magician3 years ago
Interest Rate Parity orenziyya orenziyya7 years ago
Mundell-Fleming modeL explain please vicky_cool400 6 krokodilizm3 years ago
Net working capital + net fixed assets = book value of long term debt + book value of equity, why? dududu100 5 dududu1002 years ago
Underlying Earnings - Are infrequent items included? OnTheGrind OnTheGrind6 years ago
valuation and analysis as of bonds with embedded options- computing lower node Madmaxx 1 Madmaxx3 years ago