Investment Quizzes & Trivia

As Benjamin Franklin said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” So, brush up your knowledge of investments with our quizzes! In financial terms, an investment involves putting money into an asset with the expectation of receiving a return in the form of a dividend, interest or appreciation. And we’ve got some questions for you about investment! What is speculation? What does it mean to diversify a portfolio? What American is regarded as the most successful and famous investor of all time? What is the Kelly criterion?

Can you name some of the companies represented by one-letter ticker symbols on the New York Stock Exchange? What are some asset classes? What is the role of a broker? How are capital gains calculated? What does the FDIC do? What is market volatility? What does NASDAQ stand for? What year was the New York Stock Exchange founded? If you know the answers to these and more, invest some time in our investment quizzes!

This is a brief quiz to test your understanding of our Funds Administration Overview lesson. In any scheme, it is important to have an underlined way in which funds can be transferred in and out and properly track its movements....

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 1708   |  Last updated: Aug 8, 2019
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    Funds Administration is the name given to the set of services provided in support of the running of a fund.

Bond Mutual Funds: Test Your Investment Knowledge! If you are a beginning investor, it is important to understand the different types of investments work, and one of the most common ones is the bond mutual. By taking this quiz,...

Questions: 21  |  Attempts: 526   |  Last updated: Oct 21, 2019
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    All subscribers to a new issue of securities must:

This trivia questions quiz is on Net Operating Income in Real Estate! This type of income is used to measure the profitability expected from a real estate investment. Do you know how to calculate the correct NOI and what you need...

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 379   |  Last updated: Nov 13, 2019
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    A Reg B (ECOA) application is simply a borrower inquiry for credit. The Notice of Incompleteness (NOI) requirements apply even if you do not have the 6 elements of a RESPA application.

This quiz will determine wether your a merchant.Please note this is based on my prespective of merchants.

Questions: 7  |  Attempts: 278   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2017
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    Do you have a blue bandana?

Chapter 25 Assessment

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 267   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2017
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    Capital investment analysis is

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Investment Questions & Answers

What is the difference between IRR and ROI?
IRR is the acronym for Return of Investment and ROR stands for Rate of Return. These two terms do not mean the same thing. IRR is a complex finance metric for investment; it is used to calculate the rate of return on investment. IRR is much more accu
What is the difference between a Broker and an Advisor?
The difference between a broker and an advisor is that a broker is a commercial agent who works as a salesman, while an advisor does not sell products. A broker is concerned with the sale of annuity products and insurance policies. They do not receiv
What is the cash payback period? An anticipated purchase of equipment for $500,000, with a useful life of 8 years and no residual value, is expected to yield the following annual net incomes and...
The correct answer to this question is A. The cashback period in capital budgeting refers to the period of time required to recoup the funds expended in an investment, or to reach the break-even point. The Cashback period intuitively measures how lo
What is an expected total net income of $216,000 for the 4 years? The expected average rate of return for a proposed investment of $600,000 in a fixed asset, with a useful life of four years,...
9% 216,000 divided 600,000= 216,000 divided by four= 54,000 per year. 54,000 divided 600,000 =9%. The net income formula is calculated by subtracting total expenses from total revenues. The net income equation is relatively simple. It measures excess