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1. Mr. X buys 50 TISCO October Rs. 350/- call options for Rs.15. The current share

price is Rs.345/-. The breakeven share price, ignoring transaction cost is Rs.____?

a. 350

b. 360

c. 365

d. None

Solution: C

a. It’s an attractive investment

b. It’s coupon rate is below market rate

c. It’s current yield is lower than the coupon rate

d. It’s realized compound yield will be less than the yields to maturity

Solution: C

a. Buying call options

b. Selling call options

c. Buying Index options

d. Selling Put options

Solution: B

a. It is less risky than growth funds

b. It is more risky than income funds

c. It must invest in both equity & bonds in equal amounts

d. It provides both growth & income objectives.

Solution: C

a. Book value based on net tangible assets

b. Present value of all the dividends to be received from holding that

share

c. Liquidation value based on the proceeds of liquidation of the

company

d. Apply the P/E ratio to expected earnings per share.

Solution: C

6. Tata power is raising funds through a bond issuance to fund a new power

plant at Noida UP. They are issuing two year maturity, Zero coupon bond

with face value = 1000, yield = 4%. What price would you pay for this

Tata power zero coupon bond today?

a. 920

b. 924.56

c. 925.95

d. 960

Solution: B

Working: FV = 1000, N = 2, I =4%, find PV = 924.56

a. Determines the geometric return of a security

b. Determines time weighted return

c. Explain return in terms of risk

d. Explains systematic risk

Solution: C

a. that the investor can predict prices

b. That the prices are set relative to current information

c. That the prices are set randomly.

d. Actual returns equals expected return

1. all statements are false

2. all statements are true

3. Only B is true.

4. none of the above

Solution: 3

a. Regulate the securities market

b. Promoting the development of the securities market

c. Protecting the interests of Investors in Securities

d. Regulating banking and Money Market activities.

1. All statements are true

2. All statements are false

3. A, B & C are true while D is False.

4. A, C & D are true while B is false.

Solution: 3

a. Exists in any country primarily for the purpose of assisting

corporate & Government to raise the capital they need to fund their

operations

b. Is an ever visible barometer of a nation’s economic vitality.

c. Is an efficient allocator of scarce capital resources from the net

savers – individuals & institutions to net users of the savings mainly

companies.

1. Only A & C Is true

2. Only A & B is true

3. All statements are false

4. All statements are true.

Solution: 4

a. RBI

b. SEBI

c. SBI

d. None of the above

Solution: B

12. ___ is the oldest exchange in the country & also in ASIA.

a. BSE

b. NSE

c. MCX

d. CBOE

Solution: A

a. MMF’s & other liquid schemes of short duration

b. Index funds

c. None of the above

Solution: A

a. Cash

b. Property

c. Equity

d. Don’t know

Solution: A

15. A 10% semi annual bond with YTM of 12% & 10 years to maturity has a

price equal to _______

a. 1051.65

b. 1159.88

c. 888.89

d. 885.30

Solution: D

Working: FV = 1000, N = 10 X 2, I = 12% / 2, pmt = 50, find PV = 885.30

(wt) probability of security std deviation co. coeff

0.3 6% 0.4 R12

0.5 9% 0.6 R13

0.2 10% 0.7 R23

Calculate standard deviation of portfolio return.

a. 7%

b. 8.25%

c. 7.13%

d. 6.58%

Solution: C

17. Following are the closing quotes in Rs. of script in market for 10 days.

Day quote

1 145

2 143

3 148

4 150

5 151

6 152

7 155

8 154

9 153

10 149

Calculate standard deviation of the time series

a. 2.85

b. 7.05

c. 13.4

d. 3.66

Solution: D

12%, D expected return = 9%. You invest 40,000/-. What more

information is needed to find the holding period return of each of the

companies of the portfolio.

a. Proportion of investments

b. Beta of the shares

c. Market value of the investments

d. None of the above

Solution: A

a. 0.1 5 0.5 AB

b. 0.1 10 0.8 AC

c. 0.8 15 0.3 BC

Find standard deviation of portfolio.

a. 11.76

b. 12.75

c. 14.97

d. 13.82

Solution: B

20. The average PUT option exercise price of HLL is 370. Current share price

is Rs. 360. Premium is Rs.15/-. Intrinsic value of the PUT, ignoring

transaction cost is ___.

a. Nil

b. 5

c. 15

d. 10

Solution: D

21. Santosh has purchased 100 shares of X ltd stock at Rs.60/- with 50%

margin required & 35% maintenance margin required. If the stock drops

to Rs.40/-. How much money does he have to put up?

a. 0

b. 615

c. 400

d. 600

Solution: A

22. 100000, T bill is selling at 98000 today. It will mature in 60 days. The

annual yield is

a. 13.08

b. 13

c. 12.41

d. 13.25

Solution: C

Working I = [(fv/pv)-1] x 365/n

& Y. Standard deviation of X is 12.43%, standard deviation of y is

16.54%, Co relation coefficient XY is 0.82. The interactive risk of the

portfolio measured by covariance is ______

a. 145.64

b. 156.22

c. 168.59

d. 172.56

Solution C

Working 16.54 X 12.43 X 0.82 = 168.59%

24. You are running a dividend yield fund for a leading Mutual Fund house.

The most recent dividend of all is fine business services common stock

was Rs. 2.35. The dividends are expected to grow at 4% indefinitely. If

you are looking at a 12% return how much will you be willing to pay for

one share of all is fine business services?

a. 24.79

b. 29.38

c. 29.79

d. 30.55

Solution: D

Working = 2.35(1.04) = 30.55

0.12 – 0.04

25. You are an owner of an apartment complex with 300 units each of which

can fetch Rs. 1000pm as rentals. The apartment complex has an average

occupancy rate of 75%. The expenses for maintaining, up keeping the

apartment comes to around 10 lacs per annum. Based on the concept of

capitalized earning approach & assuming that you require a capitalization

rate of 105 how much is the complex worth now?

a. 1.50 cr

b. 1.70 cr

c. 2 cr

d. None

Solution B

a. European option

b. American option

c. Arbitrage

d. Contango

Solution: B

27. Exploiting price anomalies in the market to make riskless profit is know as

_________

a. Contango

b. Arbitrage

c. Hedging

d. None of the above

Solution B

price fluctuations

a. Hedging

b. Arbitrage

c. Contango

d. None of the above

Solution: A

29. The normal relationship between forwards & futures price and spot prices

is ______

a. Contango

b. Hedging

c. Arbitrage

d. None of the above

30. ____ Option can be exercised at expiry only but not before.

a. American option

b. European option

c. Indian option

d. None

Solution: B

from an individual who owns the underlying asset to the clearing house.

a. Contango

b. Novation

c. Margins

d. Nil

Solution: B

a. Premium

b. Strike price

c. Spot price

d. Time Value

Solution: A

a. Premium

b. Strike price

c. Spot price

d. Time Value

Solution: C

34. Strategic options position of buying or selling both Calls & Puts on the

same underlying assets is _____

a. Put-Call Parity

b. Straddle

c. Protective Put

d. Naked Call

Solution: B

a. Time value

b. Intrinsic value

c. None

Solution: B

36. The excess of the market price of any option over its intrinsic value is

called the _______ of the option.

a. Time value

b. Intrinsic value

c. None

Solution: A

37. _______ is an option strategy that limits the values of a portfolio within

two bounds

a. Spread

b. Straddle

c. Protective put

d. Collar

Solution: D

38. ____ is an option strategy combining two or more Call options or two or

more Puts on the same stock with differing exercise prices or times to

maturity.

a. Spread

b. Straddle

c. Protective put

d. Collar

Solution: A

39. (A) Fundamental Analysis looks at matters like future earnings & dividends

to assess intrinsic value.

(B) Technical analysis involves a study of past prices & volumes to

determine the direction of price movement

a. Only A is true

b. Only B is true

c. Both A & B are true

d. Both A & B are false.

Solution: C

valuation date.

a. Mark to Margin basis

b. Mark to market basis

c. Mark to money basis

d. Nil

Solution: B

a. Cash

b. Fixed deposit

c. Gold

d. Shares

Solution: A

42. Spot value of Nifty is 2140; an investor buys a one month nifty 2157 call

option for a premium of Rs.7. The option is _____

a. In the money

b. At the money

c. Out of the money

d. None of the above

Solution: C

Call = S – (E +P)

= 2140 – 2164

= - 24; negative cash flow therefore out of the money.

what price will it breakeven for the buyer of the option.

a. 196

b. 204

c. 187

d. 194

Solution: D

Breakeven at 176 + 18 = 194

a. Less than the sum of intrinsic value & time value

b. Greater than the sum if intrinsic value & time value

c. Equal to the sum of intrinsic value & time value.

d. Independent of intrinsic value & time value.

Solution: C

45. a stock is currently selling at Rs. 70/-. The call option to buy the stock at

Rs. 65 is 9. What is the time value of the option?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 3

d. 2

Solution: A

P = IV + TV

TV = P – IV

= 9 – (70 – 65)

=4

46. A stock currently sells at 120, the put option to sell the stock sells at Rs.

134/- cost Rs18/-. The time value of the option is ___

a. 18

b. 4

c. 14

d. 12

Solution: B

47. Anand is bullish about the index. Spot nifty stands at 2200. He decides to

buy one 3 month nifty call option contract with a strike of 2260 at a

premium of Rs.15/- per call. Three months later, the index closes at 2295.

His payoff on the position is ____. (contract size = 100)

a. 4000

b. 9000

c. 2000

d. None of the above

Solution C

Working: Expiration price = 2295

Less Strike price = 2260

Option value = 35

Less premium = 15

20 x 100 =2000

48. Chetan is bullish about the index. Spot nifty stands at 2200. He decides to

buy one 3 months nifty call option contract with a strike of 2260 at Rs. 60

a call. 3 months later the index closes at 2240. His payoff on the position

is _____ .( contract size = 100)

a. -7000

b. -12000

c. -4000

d. -6000

Solution: D

Working: Expiration price = 2240

Less stike price = 2260

- 20

As there is a negative cash flow ie. Out of the money therefore will not exercise

and only loses the premium. = -60 X 100 = - 6000

49. _____ are new ordinary shares issued to existing shareholders in some

proportion to the number of existing shares held.

a. Preference shares

b. Rights issue

c. Bonus Issue

d. Warrants

Solution: C

50. Security X & Y in ratio of 70 :30, the expected rate of return with their

probability of occurrence is

Security X returns Probability Security y returns Probability

40% 10% 40% 40%

30% 20% 30% 30%

20% 30% 20% 20%

10% 40% 10% 10%

Calculate Average return of portfolio

a. 25

b. 23

c. 30

d. 20

Solution: B

a. 0.2 7 0.5 AB

b. 0.6 20 0.6 AC

c. 0.2 5 0.7 BC

Find standard deviation of portfolio.

a. 12.64%

b. 12.75%

c. 14.58%

d. 13.50%

Solution: D

52. Security ‘A’ has an average rate of return of 12% with standard deviation

of 3%. Return on risk free government security is 6%. Its risk adjusted

return is ___

a. 4.55

b. 4

c. 3

d. 2

Solution: D

Working = 12 – 6 = 2

3

2. What is the breakeven price?

a. 66

b. 64

c. 60

d. 62

Solution: D

Standard deviation y = 16.54, correlation coefficient xy = 0.82. Interactive

risk of the portfolio measured by covariance is_____

a. 168.59

b. 156.22

c. 172.56

d. 145.64

Solution: A

company B has expected return of 10%, company C = 12%, & company

D = 9%. You invest 40000/- . Assume portfolio is equally weighted. What

is the return on portfolio?

a. 12.75%

b. 23.1%

c. 11.79%

d. None of the above

Solution: A

56. The august call option exercise price of HLL is 370. The current share

price is 360. The premium is 15 rs. The intrinsic value of the call, ignoring

transaction cost is____.

a. 10

b. 5

c. Nil

d. 15

Solution: C

Investment amount Rs.40000/- What information is needed to find return

on portfolio?

a. Proportion of investment’

b. Beta of share

c. Market value of investment

d. None of the above

Solution: A

Start of year end of year (3rd) total growth.

X 200000 245000 22.5%

Y 300000 375000 25%

Z 500000 430000 (14.0%)

Calculate the CAGR of portfolio.

a. 5%

b. 10.26%

c. 1.64%

d. 11.16%

Solution: C

Average return = 20%, 30%

Standard deviation 10%, 10%

COV xy 16%

Calculate the portfolio risk.

a. 4.6

b. Nil

c. 8.04

d. 9.35

Solution: C

60. Bond of face value 1000, coupon = 10%, n = 5 years, makes half yearly

payment. The bond is priced at 1081.10. Calculate the YTM of the bond

a. 8

b. 9

c. 7

d. 10

Solution: A

61. You are a owner of a plot with 120 unit. Each fetch Rs.750pm rental.

Average occupancy rate is 80%. Expenditure for maintenance is 3lakhs

per annum. Use concept of capital earning approximately and assume that

you require a capitalization rate of 12%. How much is the complex worth.

a. 90 lakhs

b. 65 lakhs

c. 60 lakhs

d. 47 lakhs

Solution: D

Working: 120 x 750 x 12 x 0.8 = 864000 – 300000 = 564000/ 12% = 47 lakhs

62. Anil has two mortgage loans. Interest rate and other conditions remaining

same, repayment in 15 years & 30 years. Evaluate both EMI’s. Repayment

of loan in 15 years instead of 30 years will require?

a. Twice as large as 30 years loan payment

b. More than twice as large as 30 years loan repayment

c. Half the size of 30 years loan payment

d. Less than twice as large as the 30 years loan payment.

Solution: D

63. August Put option exercise price 370, current share price 360, premium

15. Calculate intrinsic value ignoring transaction cost.

a. Nil

b. 5

c. 10

d. 15

Solution: C

as 20%, 10%,12%,& 9%. You invest Rs.40000/-. What information would

you require for further buying of share___

a. If the company is expected to distribute its large reserves in the

near future.

b. If the company is coming out with a fresh issue to finance its

expansion.

c. If the company is taking efforts to cut down its expenses

d. None.

Solution: D

65. Shankar comes to you for advice. He has a large short term gains in ABC

ltd. He has heard rumours that they make the stock price tumble and is

concerned about losing his gains. Now due to his tax situation he does not

want to realize a taxable gain. Assume no transaction cost. What would

you advise?

a. Buy a Put option

b. Buy a call option

c. Sell a Put option

d. Sell a call option

Solution: A

a. 20 25 1.3

b. 12 16 0.9

c. 15 19 1.1

Market 10 15 1

Risk free rate = 6%

Rank the funds based on Sharpe Ratio best to market.

A. bac

B. cba

C. acb

D. abc

Solution: C

67. Mrs. Patel works for post office. She deposits 1000 every birthday. Paid

interest 8% from age 20 until she retired. If she had 237941.22 at the

retirement age. Compute her retirement age?

a. 55

b. 58

c. 57

d. 59

Solution: B

Working: I = 8%, pmt = 1000, FV = 237941.22,. mode = begin, n = ? = 58

68. A bond has face value 1000, coupon rate of 7.5%, the market rate comes

down to 6%. If the bond is perpetual the value of the bond is ____?

a. 1200

b. 800

c. 1250

d. 1000

Solution: C

Working: 75/6% = 1250

69. 100000 T bill is selling at 98000 today. It will mature in 60 days. The

annual yield is__?

a. 13%

b. 13.08%

c. 13.25%

d. 12.41%

Solution: D

Tisco 10/1/03 175 2000

Telco 16/1/03 156 1500

Grasim 18/3/03 220 1000

Hindalco 16/2/03 340 1000

All the shares have face value of Rs. 10/-

On Dec’31

Name Dividend Price Date of Div

Tisco 60% 475 8/4/04

Telco 40% 585 12/4/04

Grasim 80% 1315 18/5/04

Hindalco 35% 1545 26/5/04

Sri finds that Beta of all the stocks in his portfolio is high. Average 1.5. What

does it mean for his risk & return?

a. The portfolio will be sensitive to market risk & return

b. The portfolio will exhibit higher return and risk than the market

c. The portfolio will earn a higher risk adjusted return compared to

market

d. The portfolio will always earn a rate of return that is higher than

the market.

Solution: D

respectively as 20%, 10%,12%,& 9%. You invest Rs.40000/-. Under what

circumstances would you recommend buying the share___

a. If the company is expected to distribute its large reserves in the

near future.

b. If the company is coming out with a fresh issue to finance its

expansion.

c. If the company is taking efforts to cut down its expenses

d. None.

Solution: D

a. 20 25 1.3

b. 12 16 0.9

c. 15 19 1.1

Market 10 15 1

Risk free rate = 6%

Rank the funds based on Jenson Measure in order of best to worst.

1. CBA

2. ACB

3. ABC

4. BAC

Solution: B

73. Ignore tax & transaction cost. Each contract is equal to 100 shares.

3 months 6months 3 months 6months

A 52 50 3 4 0.35 1.05

B 40 45 1 1.25 5.5 6

C 35 30 6 6.3 0.45 0.65

If B’s price is Rs.35, at the maturity, of 6 months option. Determine the value of

five 6 months Put contracts at their maturity date.

a. 8200

b. 2000

c. -4000

d. 5700

Solution: B

a. A director in a company

b. The chief executive of a company

c. The promoter of a company

d. An equity share holder of a company

Solution: C

a. Company

b. Trust

c. Partnership

d. Association of persons

Solution: B

a. SEBI

b. Unit holders

c. Sponsor

d. Trustee

Solution: D

a. RBI

b. AMFI

c. SEBI

d. NSE

Solution: C

a. SEBI

b. RBI

c. NSE

d. AMFI

Solution: C

79. An NRI holds units in a mutual fund. What should he do with his holding if

he takes up a foreign citizenship?

a. He redeems

b. He continues

c. He transfers the units to his mother, who resides in India.

d. None of the above.

Solution: A

80. a close end equity fund has average weekly net assets of Rs. 200 crores.

As per SEBI Regulations, the AMC can charge the fund with investment

and advisory fees up to____.

a. Rs. 2.25 crores

b. Rs. 2 crores

c. Rs. 2.5 crores

d. Rs. 3 crores

Solution: A

Working: 1.25% of 1st 100 crores, & then 1% of the balance.

81. The current market price of a 9% coupon bond, when other bonds of

similar maturities pay 11%, will be:

a. Above par

b. Below par

c. At par

d. Will be unrelated to other bonds

Solution: B

a. Opposite direction

b. Together in the same direction

c. In an unrelated fashion

d. In line with the inflation index

Solution: A

83. A unit of an open ended was purchased when its NAV was Rs. 20. At year

end its NAV was Rs. 22. In the interim period, the fund made a

distribution of Rs. 4 per unit when its NAV was Rs. 21. What was the

simple total return of the fund?

a. 25%

b. 30%

c. 20%

d. 31%

Solution: B

84. What type of portfolio asset mix would you recommend to your 55 year

old client who plans to retire at age 58? Choose a portfolio that is the

closest match to the investor’s needs.

a. 40% in Equity Schemes & 60% in Balanced funds

b. 40% in Equity Schemes & 60% in Debt funds.

c. 20% in equity schemes, 20% in liquid funds & 60% in Debt funds.

d. 100% in Monthly Income Schemes.

Solution: C

85. Rajiv buys a growth – oriented non dividend paying share for Rs. 200 and

4 years later you sell it for Rs. 350. The CAGR is____

a. 10.3%

b. 18.8%

c. 75%

d. 15%

Solution: D

Working ((350/200)^(1/4)) -1 x100 = 15%

86. Hitesh has a portfolio with 23 different equities. The portfolio increased by

20%, beta of 1.50. utilizing the Capital Asset pricing Model compute by

what % did the market change?

a. 14%

b. 15%

c. 17%

d. 16.5%

Solution: B

Working: 20 = 5 + (Rm -5) 1.5

20 – 5 = 1.5 Rm – 7.5

15 + 7.5 = 1.5 Rm

Rm = 22.5/ 1.5

= 15%

87. Pritesh owns a let out house property the net annual value of which is Rs.

200000/- The standard deduction under Sec.24 that is available tp Pritesh

in respect of the above income would work out to ___

a. 20000

b. Nil

c. 40000

d. 60000

Solution: D

Std deduction 30% of Net annual value = 30% x 200000 = 60000/-

88. Any possible occurrence which may have a negative implication can be

plotted on a graph with X axis measuring the frequency (low – high) and

Y axis measuring the financial impact (low – high). It would not be

practical to purchase insurance for events which fall in the high frequency,

high impact quadrant because______

a. Such a risk cover would be very expensive

b. The best way to cover such a risk would be to alter the functioning

of the business

c. Usually this is a business risk, which is rewarded by profit motive

d. Such occurrences are so few that no insurer would be offering a

risk cover.

Solution: A

89. Can an NRI extend his old PPF account for 5 years after its maturity?

a. Yes

b. No

c. Not specified

d. Can’t say

Solution: B

90. The statement “Members shall ensure their conduct does not bring

discredit to the Financial Planning Profession’, relates to the FPSB code of

Ethics of ___

a. Compliance

b. Professionalism

c. Fairness

d. Integrity

Solution B

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