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Choosing Optimal Portfolio Quiz

MCQ. An efficient set of portfolios represented through graph is classified as an

  1. attained frontier
  2. efficient frontier
  3. inefficient frontier
  4. unattained frontier


Objective of Corporation Value Maximization Quiz

MCQ. The sales revenue $90,000, operating taxes $30,000 and operating capital $15,000 then value of free cash flows (in USD) will be

  1. 45000
  2. 13500
  3. 65000
  4. 75000


Stand Alone Risks Quiz

MCQ. The range of probability distribution with 99.74% lies within

  1. (+ 3σ and -3σ)
  2. (+ 4σ and -4σ)
  3. (+ 1σ and -1σ)
  4. (+ 2σ and -2σ)


NPV and IRR Formula Quiz

MCQ. * The projects which are mutually exclusive but different on scale of production or time of completion then the

  1. external return method
  2. net present value of method
  3. net future value method
  4. internal return method


NPV and IRR Formula Quiz

MCQ. The graph which is plotted for projected net present value and capital rates is called

  1. net loss profile
  2. net gain profile
  3. net future value profile
  4. net present value profile