Barron's How to Prepare for the Stockbroker Exam
Barron's Educational Series, Jan 3, 2000 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
A 250-question full-length test closely approximates the actual Series 7 Stockbroker Exam, with answers to all questions. Detailed and up-to-date review chapters cover all exam subjects, which include: corporate securities, U.S. Government securities, money market instruments, municipal securities, direct participation programs, securities analysis, the new issue market, the over-the-counter market, securities on margin, and much more.
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Market for Municipal Securities
Federal Legal Considerations
Regulations Governing the Sale of Investment
Federal Reserve System
Real Estate Programs
Tax Reform Act of 1986
The NASD and the OvertheCounter Market
The OvertheCounter Market
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amount balance sheet bank broker broker/dealer buyer capital gains cash certificates CHAPTERS CHAPTERS CHAPTERS client CMOs common stock convertible bonds corporation cost Current Assets Current Liabilities customer's dealer debt deductions deposit depreciation discount distribution dividend equity example expiration Federal Reserve firm Goldman Sachs holder income interest rates INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION investment company investor issue issuer liability limited partners limited partnership loan loss manager margin account market price market value markup maturity maximum ment mortgage municipal bonds municipal securities mutual fund NASD number of shares NYSE offering price option paid payment preferred stock premium principal prior profit purchase ratio receive registered representative Regulation retained earnings revenue Roth IRA rules sales charge sell shareholders short sold striking price syndicate tion trade transaction Treasury stock U.S. government U.S. treasury underwriter yield