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This licensing test is for representatives who wish to sell all registered securities including stocks and bonds.
The exam will ask questions on stocks, bonds, SEC and FINRA NASD rules, customer accounts, MSRB rules, mutual funds, annuities, analysis, trading markets and more.
At the end of the course, the student should be able to:
Describe the general characteristics of equity securities, which include aspects of stocks and government securities, rights and warrants, computations of interest, yield and price. Learn how to make recommendations to customers.
Summarize the economics of the business cycle, effects of inflation, investment analysis, currency markets and exchange rates. Learn about the money market and the sources of economic and business performance data.
Distinguish various types of customer accounts and their management by third parties. Learn how and why accounts are closed or transferred.
Calculate the required information for margin accounts and learn about short sales.
Define trading, which includes types of orders, the consolidated tape and collecting information on stocks and bonds.
Identify the general characteristics of municipal securities, their types and marketability. Learn the methods of underwriting and the analysis of bonds.
Describe the purpose and types of investment companies, the types of mutual funds and their marketing and the rules and legalities of investment companies.
Summarize the purpose of the NASD (FINRA) and the conduct, rules and definition of the Registered Representative.
Discuss the standards for public communications and the over-the-counter markets. Learn the purpose and functions of a back office.
List securities acts and legislation, the variations in offerings, methods of underwriting and compensations considerations.
Examine financial statements, which include components of a balance sheet, their calculations, effects of transactions on the balance sheet and income statements.
Learn the taxation concepts for various taxable incomes, tax swaps, gifts, estate taxes and retirement plans.
Describe the definition, structure and documentation of direct participation programs and the rights, obligations and restrictions on partners.
Identify the characteristics of corporations and limited partnerships.
Predict the tax consequences for partners, and the objectives of real estate syndications, oil and gas drilling programs and leasing programs.
Define the concepts and terms of options. Understand how to calculate the value of an option position and the use of various strategies. Learn the various types of spreads and options.
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