Portfolio Management - Introduction

The following section focuses on topics related to the management of a client's portfolio. Approximately 5% of your exam, or approximately 12 questions, will test you on the material presented within this section. Be sure to practice the various formulas on your calculator so that you can answer questions quickly and efficiently.
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