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What does the Level I Quantitative Methods curriculum cover?
How does the Level I exam work? The Level I exam is held twice a year, in June and December, at a number of test centres around the globe. At Level I, the exam consists of two 3-hour multiple choice papers, each containing 120 questions, which are both taken on the same day. The exams are administered by CFA Institute, the leading global association of investment professionals, who recommend candidates spend a minimum of 300 hours preparing for each Level.
In this session we understand the Time Value of Money & also look the Future Value of a Cash Flow with Examples
In this session, we understand the Present Value of a single cash flow with Examples & in the later part we also take a look at Present Value of a series of CF's also called as 'Annuity' with different examples
In this session, we look at the other type of Annuity which is Annuity Due with examples as a part of our understanding of the 'Time Value of Money'
In this session, we understand the Present Value of Perpetuity as part of our understanding of the 'Time Value of Money'
In this session, we understand the concept of Loan Amortization
In this session, we understand the IRR & Return Mesurements as a part of our understanding of the concept of the 'Time Value of Money'
We continue from our previous example on the different types of Return Mesurements
In this session, we understand statistics with examples and Measures of Central Tendency
In this session, we continue from our previous session to the different types of mean i.e Arithmethic Mean, Weighted Average Mean, Geometric Mean & Harmonic Mean
In this session, we look at the Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD) & Quantiles with examples
In this session, we understand the Variance & Standard Deviation & also look at he Coefficient of variation ratio as part of understanding of Risk-Return Ratio
We continue from our previous example of understanding the Risk-Return Ratio and continue with Sharpe Ratio and also look at certain diagrams to understand Normal Districution, skewness & also look at the Kurtosis diagram
In this session, we understand the concept of Sampling & take a look at Standard Errors with example
In this session, we overview the Hypothesis Testing & look at the 5 Standard Steps to follow to solve any hypothesis
We take a look at some examples to understand the hypothesis testing topic in detail
In this session, we look at the Probablity weighted variance & standard deviation, labeling & selection using Permutation and Combination
In this session, we understand the concept of Z & Roy's Safety First Criterion with Examples
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