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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
What is the condition of the profit with respect to its volatility factor involved?
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Poor volatility in some of the shortterm trading trends is a hard place to make money in. Where most benefit is generated, the breakout from low volatility to high volatility. But futures or low volatility options are usually not good trading choices.
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Poor volatility in some of the shortterm trading trends is a hard place to make money in. Where most benefit is generated, the breakout from low volatility to high volatility. But futures or low volatility options are usually not good trading choices.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Which factor in terms of trading is responsible for the ability to transact a meaningful number of shares or contracts easily and without bringing about a large price change?
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Liquidity is the capacity to exchange a large number of shares or contracts quickly and without triggering a big price change.
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Liquidity is the capacity to exchange a large number of shares or contracts quickly and without triggering a big price change.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
If the volume only occurs sporadically within the trading horizon or is the product of highspeed trading systems buying and selling the spread for large investment firms what effect does it have on its volatility?
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Also, strong volatility may be deceiving if the volume occurs only sporadically during the trading period or is the result of highspeed trading networks buying and selling the spread for large investment firms.
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Also, strong volatility may be deceiving if the volume occurs only sporadically during the trading period or is the result of highspeed trading networks buying and selling the spread for large investment firms.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
On which of the following factors volatility is based upon concerning the stock market and future trades?
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In general, volatility is related to the size of the offer and request, and the difference between offer and request. A narrow spread does not guarantee liquidity, as there could be a small offer and request. Simple entry and exit.
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In general, volatility is related to the size of the offer and request, and the difference between offer and request. A narrow spread does not guarantee liquidity, as there could be a small offer and request. Simple entry and exit.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Which of the following conditions does not belong to the trading with the nondiscretionary system?
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Trading through a nondiscretionary method often provides assurance, creates confidence and generates less tension. Anxiety has its roots in confusion. While the future can not be determined by a nondiscretionary method, it can structure how to respond to potential outcomes. It offers a list of responses to events outside one’s control.
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Trading through a nondiscretionary method often provides assurance, creates confidence and generates less tension. Anxiety has its roots in confusion. While the future can not be determined by a nondiscretionary method, it can structure how to respond to potential outcomes. It offers a list of responses to events outside one’s control.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
What is the second measure of central tendency and ho it is calculated?
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The median is the second estimate of central tendency. To determine the median, we must first organize all results in rank order (this simply means we list them from the lowest to the highest). The median is the result which divides the list into two equal parts.
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The median is the second estimate of central tendency. To determine the median, we must first organize all results in rank order (this simply means we list them from the lowest to the highest). The median is the result which divides the list into two equal parts.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
How is the third measure of the central tendency is measured? Choose the best possible answer.
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The third measure of central tendency is the mode. The mode is the outcome that occurs with the highest frequency.
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The third measure of central tendency is the mode. The mode is the outcome that occurs with the highest frequency.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
What is the major difference between an arithmetic mean and a geometric mean?
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Arithmetic progression:
A sequence of numbers in which each differs by a constant value.
Geometric progression
A sequence of numbers in which the successor is found by multiplying the previous no with a constant number.Incorrect
Arithmetic progression:
A sequence of numbers in which each differs by a constant value.
Geometric progression
A sequence of numbers in which the successor is found by multiplying the previous no with a constant number. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Out of which of the following terms matches with the concepts of that of a geometric mean?
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If we used a financial calculator, the geometric mean could be found by putting the terminal value of $912 in the FV register, 4 in the n register, $1,000 in the PV register, and then solving the percentage I or interest rate. The geometric mean return is, therefore, the same as what is called the compound return rate.
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If we used a financial calculator, the geometric mean could be found by putting the terminal value of $912 in the FV register, 4 in the n register, $1,000 in the PV register, and then solving the percentage I or interest rate. The geometric mean return is, therefore, the same as what is called the compound return rate.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
If there is more variability in an outcome set A than in outcome set B then which one is considered to be at more risk?
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One approach is to perceive risk as to the resulting ambiguity. If the outcome set A has more uncertainty than the outcome set B, we generally find A to be the riskier alternative.
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One approach is to perceive risk as to the resulting ambiguity. If the outcome set A has more uncertainty than the outcome set B, we generally find A to be the riskier alternative.