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Higher-beta stocks mean less volatility and are therefore considered to be less riskier
True
False

_______ are amounts set aside from profits for an estimated expense or loss.
Provisions
Long term assets
Liabilites
current assets

As of March 31, with amounts expressed in Rs. crores, XYZ Ltd.'s current assets amounted to 20000 cr while current liabilities amounted to 8000cr. The current ratio of XYZ Ltd. Is _____."
1.9
2.5
3.8
4

_______ is one of the most critical factors to be considered while investing in any company.
Managing director
Location of the company
Auditors
Management

This statement forms a part of the strong form of the Efficient Market Hypothesis.
"Long-term gains, for the management of a company, with access to inside information'."
Short-term gains, for the management of a company, with access to inside information'
No long-term gains, even for the management of a company, with access to inside information'.

Balance Sheet details the financial position of a company on a particular date.
True
False

_______ are those to whom the company owes money for raw materials and other articles used in the manufacture of its products
Unsecured creditors
Trade debtors
Secured debtors
Trade creditors

Beta is a measure of the ______ of a security that cannot be avoided through diversification.
pro-cyclical risk
un-systematic risk
cyclical risk
systematic risk

Based on XYZ Ltd.'s EPS of Rs. 180 for the year, the trailing 12 month PE of ABC Ltd. at a price of Rs. 1400 per share works out to be _____. "
7.78
5
10
15.4

weak form of the ________ stipulates that current asset prices reflect past price and volume information.
Inefficient Market Hypothesis
Efficient Price Hypothesis
Efficient Market Hypothesis

the intrinsic value of a stock is below the market price, the investor would buy the stock because he believes that the stock price is going to fall and come closer to its intrinsic
False
True

Stock A generates a return of 20% while stock B generates a return of 25%. The risk free-rate is 5%. Stock A has a standard deviation (risk) of 20%, while stock B has a standard deviation of 15%. Which stock gives a better risk adjusted return?
A
B

firm with a 7% growth rate and a return on equity of 20% will have a stable period pay-out ratio of _____.
29
39
38
35

Higher-beta stocks mean greater volatility and are therefore considered to be riskier
True
False

The _________ is an example of a procyclic economic indicator.
GDP
Unemployment rate

The risk-free interest rate is the theoretical rate of return of an investment with ______, including default risk
unlimited risk
zero risk
negative risk
positive risk

_______ ratio measures the degree to which a firm generates sales with its total asset base.
net asset turnover (NAT)
current asset turnover (CAT)
total asset turnover (TAT)
basic asset turnover (BAT)

firm with a 3% growth rate and a return on equity of 10% will have a stable period pay-out ratio of _____
25%
30%
26%
22%

"In the bottom-up approach, an analyst investigates both international and domestic economic?indicators, such as GDP growth rates, energy prices, inflation and interest rates.
False
True

Consider the stock of XYZ Ltd. which has a beta of 0.7. This essentially points to the fact that based on past trading data, ABC Technologies Ltd. as a whole has been relatively more volatile as compared to the market as a whole.
False
True

Estimated EPS of XYZ Ltd. for next year is Rs. 150. Assume PE multiple of 18 (Forward P/E) for the next year. Then the target price of XYZ Ltd. works out to Rs. ____
8.34
2800
2700
300

According to the Efficient Market Hypothesis, stocks always tend to trade _________ on stock exchanges, making it impossible for investors to either consistently purchase undervalued stocks or sell stocks at inflated prices."
at their fair value
at their mis-priced value
at their technical value
at their expected value

Companies pledge assets when they take ______ loans
Unsecured Loans
Secured Loans

100 of today's money invested for one year and earning 9% interest will be worth Rs. _____ after 5 years.
154
145
109
170

The published financial statements of a company in an _______ consist of its Balance Sheet as at the end of the accounting period detailing the financial condition of the company on that date
Equity Report
Executive Report
Interim Report
Annual Report

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100 today with 9% interest rate for five years
Should be 145
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