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5 Written questions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. often measured using the inventory to sales ratio
  2. formulating capital market expectations, related to systematic risk
  3. 1. determine those needed
    2. investigate historical performance
    3. identify valuation model
    4. collect good data
    5. use judgment to interpret current investment conditions
    6. formulate capital market expectations
    7. monitor performance/refine process
  4. weighted averages of historical data and some other estimate, where the weights and other estimates are defined by the analyst
  5. too much weight on the first set of information received

4 True/False questions

  1. Nine problems encountered in producing forecasts:1. limitations to using economic data
    2. data measurement error and bias
    3. limitations of historical estimates
    4. the use of ex post risk and return measures
    5. non-repeating data patterns
    6. failing to account for conditioning information
    7. misinterpretation of correlations
    8. psychological traps
    9. model and input uncertainty

          

  2. savings-investment imbalances approachweighted averages of historical data and some other estimate, where the weights and other estimates are defined by the analyst

          

  3. Taylor Ruleif the earnings yield is lower than the yield on the 10-year TSY, the investor would shift their money into the less risky TSY

          

  4. recallability traplet past disasters or dramatic events weigh too heavily on their forecasts

          

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