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    Smile Free CFA Level 1 Practice Questions for June 2013 exam

    Simplilearn is glad to announce that it will provide some free CFA Level 1 sample questions from February 14 till March 14th, 2013.

    Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) is a globally acknowledged certification offered by the CFA Institute. This coveted credential is offered to finance and investment professionals who prove their expertise and knowledge on finance and investment tools by qualifying the CFA® exam.

    Simplilearn provides both Classroom and Online training for CFA Level 1.
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    Team DG is glad to announce that Simplilearn will start an initiative from February 14, 2013 to provide free CFA Level 1 practice questions.

    Simplilearn is a leading provider of a suite of professional certification courses that address unique learning needs of working professionals. They have trained over 50,000 aspirants across 145+ countries, including those from the world's leading Fortune 500 companies.

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    All the best for your CFA Level 1 prep!

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    Question of the day: 14th Feb,2013

    Which of the following is least likely to be true for a positively skewed distribution?

    A) The mode will be greater than the median and the mean will be greater than the median.
    B) The mean will be greater than the median and the mean will be greater than the mode.
    C) The mean will be greater than the median and the median will be greater than the mode.

    P.S: The answer will be posted tomorrow in this thread.
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    The correct answer is option A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by varinder View Post
    The correct answer is option A.
    Agree with varinder. It'll be A.

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    The correct option is A
    A positively skewed distribution is one with a long tail to the right hand side, that is there is a small probability of a very high value. For a positively skewed distribution mean>median>mode
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    Question of the day: 15th Feb,2013

    Which of the following is least likely to be true?

    A) Price -weighted indices are downward biased due to the effect of stock splits.
    B) Market Cap weighted indices tend to be biased towards price movements of higher priced stocks.
    C) Float Adjusted Market Cap weighted indices tend to be biased towards higher market capitalized stocks.

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    I think the answer is C...but not sure.

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    The correct option is B
    Value-weighted indices tend to be biased towards price movements of higher market capitalized stocks.

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    Question of the day: 16th Feb,2013

    Which of the following is true of a European call option?

    A)The buyer has the right to buy the underlying up to the maturity date
    B)The seller may be obliged to sell the underlying only at maturity
    C)The seller is obliged to buy the underlying only at maturity

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