# Acc-501 (Mid Term) (01 To 10)

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• 1.
This type of risk affects almost all types of assets
• A.

Systematic Risk

• B.

Unsystematic Risk

• C.

Total Risk

• D.

Portfolio Risk

• 2.
Suppose you bought 1,500 shares of a corporation at Rs. 25 each. After a year, you received Rs. 3000 (Rs. 2 per share) in dividends. At the end of year the stock sells for Rs. 30 each. If you sell the stock at the end of the year, your total cash inflow will be Rs. 48,000 (1500 shares @ 30 each = Rs. 45000 & Dividend = 3000). According to the given data, the Capital Gain will be
• A.

10,500

• B.

7,500

• C.

10,000

• D.

7,000

• 3.
According to the given data, the Dividend yield will be
• A.

8.50 %

• B.

6.25%

• C.

8.00%

• D.

6.67%

• 4.
According to the given data, Total Percentage Returns will be
• A.

20%

• B.

28%

• C.

32%

• D.

35%

• 5.
The difference between the return on a risky investment and that on a risk-free investment
• A.

Risk Return

• B.

• C.

Risk Factor

• D.

None of the above

• 6.
A group of assets such as stocks and bonds held by an investor
• A.

Portfolio

• B.

Capital Structure

• C.

Budget

• D.

None of the above

• 7.
If the variance or standard deviation is larger then the spread in returns will be
• A.

Less

• B.

More

• C.

Same

• D.

None of the Above

• 8.
The following risk is entirely wiped out by Diversification
• A.

Systematic Risk

• B.

Unsystematic Risk

• C.

Portfolio Risk

• D.

Total Risk

• 9.
The objective for using the concept of Diversification is to
• A.

Minimize the Risk

• B.

Maximize the return

• C.

A & B

• D.

None of the Above

• 10.
While studying the relationship in risk and return, It is commonly known that
• A.

Higher the risk, lower the return

• B.

Lower the risk, higher the return

• C.

Higher the risk, higher the return

• D.

None of the above

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