1) When did stocks Trading Start in the United States?
A. Around 25 Years Ago
B. Around 50 Years Ago
C. Around 75 Years Ago
D. Around 200 Years Ago
2) When was the New York Stock Exchange created?
3) What is NYSE?
A. New York Saturday Exchange
B. New York Stock Exchange
C. New York Store Exchange
D. A and B
4) What are Stock Ticker Symbols
A. How Stocks go Up & Down
B. Identification tag for a Stock
C. Little Tickers Seen On Exchange
D. All of Above
5) Stockholder is another name for
A. Share member
D. None of the Above
6) What is Stock Fundamental Analysis?
A. Evaluating A Companies Balance Sheets
B. Evaluating A Companies Operating Hours
C. Evaluating A Companies Balance Attack
D. B and C
7) What company has the following MSFT ticker symbol?
D. None of the above
8) What is AMEX?
A. American Stock Exchange Capital
B. American Mobile Stock Exchange
C. American Merchant Stock Exchange
D. American Mirror Stock Exchange
9) What is the company Annual report?
A. Financial Statement issued by a Capitalist
B. Financial Statement issued by China
C. Financial Statement issued by a Corporation
D. None of the Above
10) What is a Bear Market?
A. A Declining Asset
B. A Declining Market
C. A Declining savings bond
D. B & C
11) How many companies makeup Dow Jones Industrial Average?
A. 10 Companies
B. 20 Companies
C. 30 Companies
D. 50 Companies
12) It is always good to invest in a stock that has declined or seems to be “on sale.”
13) If there are more buyers than sellers the prices____________.
14) Money availability can change with….(check all that apply)
A. Movement of Interest rates
B. Earning of a Corporation
C. Having Investors
Ans: A, B
15) _____________________ is where the price stops declining and either flattens out or begins to retrace its upward trend.
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16) From your readings, What are the common reasons a price decline might NOT be so serious?
A. Company stock is taking a break
B. Market Ans: ion
C. Profit taking from employee stock distribution
D. Cheaper to buy
E. No news related reason at all
17) From your readings, What are the common reasons a price decline could be serious? (Check all that apply)
A. Lower earnings or estimates are predicted.
B. Possible lawsuit.
C. Low credit ratings.
D. Employee strike
E. Tax problems
18) If there are more sellers than buyers the prices _____________.
19) A good investor must become familiar with the ____________ action of the market and the stock of interest
20) The stock market always trades…..
A. Due to current prices and trends.
B. In anticipation of the future.
C. Based on past sales.
21) Usually, the best time to buy in a stock is when…….
A. an uptrend turns down and solidly crosses the trend line.
B. a downtrend turns up and solidly crosses the trend line.
C. a downtrend turns up and stays at the trend line.
D. an uptrend rises and remains at the trend line.
22) _________________ is when buyers enter a downtrend and stop the decline.
23) Information about _______________(s) can be obtained through news media, the internet, or by calling the company direct.
C. All of the above
24) A ____________________ gives their opinion as to the current weakness or strength of the stock market.
A. market analysis
C. Both A&B
25) A high-interest investment in a company at risk of going bankrupt is called a:
A. Blue chip
B. Junk bond
D. Fool’s gold
26) This describes an investment tool in which a group of individuals gives money to a company/person who in turns invests the money for them.
A. Preferred stock
B. Common stock
C. Mutual Fund
D. Corporate bond
27) Stock with less volatility, reputed company, long history of growth and earnings is called as
A. Growth stock
B. Income Stock
C. Large Cap stock
D. Blue Chip stock
28) The ratio used to compare a stock’s market value to its book value.
A. price to book ratio
B. Dividend yield ratio
C. price earning ratio
D. Earning per share
29) Stock trading where stock quantities buy or sell by an investor is more then 0.5% of a total number of equity shares of the company listed is called.
A. bull deal
D. All of the above
30) An individual is more likely to invest in a bear market than in a bull market.