CFA® Exam Review: Calculator Tricks

Post date: Monday, September 19, 2022 - 06:01

CFA® Exam: Computing Horizon Yield Using IRR & MOD

CFA EXAM, LEVEL 1: How to calculate the horizon yield in the most efficient and fastest way using TIBA II Plus Professional?
Post date: Tuesday, April 5, 2022 - 06:13

CFA® Exam: Time Value of Money Applied

Time value of money (TVM) applied: how to use the approved CFA exam calculator and its CF and NPV worksheets to do TVM questions in your level 1 CFA exam.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 07:55

CFA® Exam: Standard Deviation (Use DATA & STAT Worksheets!)

Level 1 CFA Exam: Learn how to compute standard deviation using the DATA and STAT worksheets in your approved CFA exam calculator, TI BA Plus Pro.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 07:33

Level 1 CFA® Exam: Amortizing Bond Discount or Premium

Level 1 CFA® Exam Revision: Companies use 2 methods to amortize bond discount or premium: (1) effective interest rate method or (2) straight-line method.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 07:26

Discounted Payback Period vs Payback Period: Pros & Cons

Both payback period (PP) and discounted payback period (DPP) measure the number of years necessary to recover funds invested in a project. In your level 1 CFA® exam, remember that DPP takes time value of money into account.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 07:14

Level 1 CFA® Exam: NPV vs IRR. Which is Better?

In the case of mutually exclusive projects, if the NPV and the IRR suggest two different investment projects, we should choose the project with a higher positive NPV.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 06:49

Level 1 CFA® Exam: 4 Methods of Bond Valuation

[CFA exam] 4 bond valuation methods. To value a bond, use: market discount rate, spot rates & forward rates, binomial interest rate tree, matrix pricing.
Post date: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 06:37

Choosing Between Money-Weighted Return & Time-Weighted Return In Your CFA® Exam

Learn how to compute rates of return on an investment in your level 1 CFA exam. There are 2 basic measures: the money-weighted rate of return and the time-weighted rate of return.