Introduction
Whether an IA is trading securities directly for a client or simply placing orders with a brokerage, a firm understanding of issues pertaining to securities trading is required.


This is the last section of the Series 65 study guide. A sample final exam is also provided. Be sure to review the topics underlying any questions you've answered incorrectly. Good Luck!



Securities Terminology

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