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Fama French Three Factor Model Quiz

MCQ. According to Fama French Three-Factor model, market value of company equity is used to calculate

  1. size of portfolio
  2. size of industry
  3. size of market
  4. size of company


Stand Alone Risk and Return Quiz

MCQ. Greater chance of lower actual return than expected return and greater variation is indicated by

  1. smaller standard deviation
  2. larger standard deviation
  3. smaller variance
  4. larger variance


Efficient Portfolios Quiz

MCQ. Negative minimum risk portfolio of any security shows that market security sold

  1. less than original price
  2. greater than original price
  3. equal to original price
  4. equal to sum of stocks


Profitability Index Quiz

MCQ. Other factors held constant, greater project liquidity is because of

  1. less project return
  2. greater project return
  3. shorter payback period
  4. greater payback period


Internal rate of Return Quiz

MCQ. In calculation of internal rate of return, an assumption states that received cash flow from project must

  1. be reinvested
  2. not be reinvested
  3. be earned
  4. not be earned