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1 Fin630(investment analysis and portfolio management) Solved Quizz Which of the following is applied on the shares only? Brick breaker Circuit breaker Bubble breaker Suburb breaker is a temporary restriction on program trading in a particular security or market, usually to reduce dramatic price movements. SuperDot NYSE direct Trading curb Ticker tape In order to analyze long term investment, the most suitable analysis will be. Fundamental analysis Technical analysis Vertical analysis Horizontal analysis Which of the following is the theories searching the patterns in randomness? Elliott wave theory Chaos theory Portfolio theory Valuation theory The trend lines can have the following trends, EXCEPT: Upward trend Downward trend Trend range Round phase Which function of capital market facilitates transfer of money from savers to borrowers?

2 Fair pricing function Exchange function Economic function Continuous pricing function The circuit breaker that is applied where stock prices in the market are dropping is known as which of the following? Starter Floor Ceiling Simulator All of the following are the types of orders used extensively in stock markets, EXCEPT: Market order Stop order Limit order Mitigate order An account that permits an investor to borrow part of the cost of investment firm a brokerage firm. Dealer account Option account Margin account Cash account Which of the following orders are placed prior to the execution of trade? Market and stop orders Market and limit orders Stop and limit orders Stop and mitigate orders Which of the following theories states that five waves move in the direction of the main trend followed by three corrective waves? Portfolio theory

3 Valuation theory Elliott wave theory Chaos theory Which of the following depicts a bullish trend in stock market? Stock price drop below support level Stock price rises above support level Stock price drop below resistant level None of given options Which order will be executed automatically at the current bid or ask price? Limit order Market order Stop order Good till cancelled A self-regulatory body that licenses brokers and generally oversees the trading practices of OTC securities is known as. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Initial Public Offering (IPO) Offered for Sale (OFS) National Association of Security Dealers (NASD) Which of the following programs propagate the ethics? London Instruments Fiscal Attachment Laurel Immigration Fairness Analysis Low Income Financial Association Licensed International Financial Analyst More investors are using technical analysis now than in earlier periods because: Investors are able to know the quantitative calculations of technical analysis More business schools are now teaching technical analysis The Internet makes more data available to track stock prices There is now more empirical evidence supporting technical analysis Which of the following is an income that is the source of revenue for members or brokers?

4 Copyright fee Application fee Fixed cost fee Trading fee If a company decides to issue new securities, these should be issued in: Primary market Secondary market Third market Fourth market (its deal company to public) Which of the following prices can be different from the rate at which your shares are to be sold? Skimming price Consumer price Retail price Trigger price Which of the following is EXCLUDED from the reasons of investing? To obtain capital gain To supplement their money To experience an excitement To gather market information Bonds and preffered stock do not ensures. A fixed income Security Ownership None of given options In a bar chart what does the blue line represents? Stock prices are getting low Stock prices are getting high Stock prices are closing Stock prices are opening

5 In which of the following the investors look at the historical perspective? Value investment Interactive investment Growth investment Accredited investment Which of the following trading systems is used by the Islamabad Stock Exchange? LOTS PETS ISECTS KATS Islamabad Stock Exchange Computerized Trading System In which of the following markets do the investor cannot short sell? Target market Historic market Borough market Regular market Which of the following function removes the fear of buying or selling at rip off price? Fair pricing function Economic function Exchange function Continuous pricing function

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