Bonds- Smarter than The Professor? Win $100

Bonds- Smarter than The Professor? Win $100

Written on 11/30/2019
Professor Anthony Rivieccio, MBA, PFA


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Test: 1- Fixed Income Investments are defined as: a) call for a specific investment b) Fix variable interest rates to guarantee above average returns c) provide payments based on short term interest rates. d) provide fixed periodic payments and eventual return to principal at maturity.

2- Fixed Income Investments are considered: a) Debt instruments. b) Credit Investments


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3: A Fixed Income Security can be issued by: a) Federal Government b) State Government. c) City Government d) Private Corporation. e) all of the above

4- The most common type of Fixed Security is: a) Equity. b) Bond. c) REIT. d) Mutual Fund. e) ETF


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5-:Bonds issued by US States are called: a) Treasury bonds. b) Municipal Bonds. c) Corporate Bonds. d) Public bonds

6- What is not a fixed income security? a) common stock. b) savings bonds. c) mortgage. d) preferred stock. e) Treasury bill

7- The legal agreement between the buyer & seller is called: a) contract. b) convention. c) covenant. d) guarantee e) indenture

8- If you have a 5 year Bond paying 8% and you wanted to sell it before maturity, during a period of falling interest rates, what will happen to the price of Bonds? a) go up. b) go down. c) the same. d) price doesn't apply. e) interest rates don't apply


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