The Solomon Exam Prep Guide

The Solomon Exam Prep Guide Author Solomon Exam Prep
ISBN-10 1610070984
Release 2017-03-31
Pages 672
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The FINRA Series 7 General Securities Representative Qualification Examination has a fearsome reputation for a reason: it is the securities industry's biggest and broadest securities exam, covering stocks, bonds, municipal securities, options, mutual funds, ETFs, DPPs, and many, many more topics. How are you going to scale this mountain of information? Let Solomon Exam Prep guide you through the material as efficiently and painlessly as possible! The Solomon Exam Prep Guide: Series 7--General Securities Representative Qualification Examination 2nd Edition offers a no-nonsense guide to the Series 7 exam and the latest information about all the relevant rules and regulations. With detailed explanations, visual study aids, and example questions, this Solomon Exam Prep guide will get you on track to passing the Series 7. Solomon Exam Prep has helped thousands pass their FINRA, NASAA, and MSRB licensing exams. Let our expertise guide you through the Series 7 so you can enter the exam room with confidence! Along with the Series 7, we help students study for the Series 6, 24, 26, 27, 28, 50, 51, 52, 53, 62, 63, 65, 66, 79, 82, and 99 licensing exams. Solomon's study solutions include digital and print Exam Study Guides, Online Exam Simulators, Audiobooks, and On-Demand Video Lectures to ensure that you pass the first time. Contact us if you would like more information about how we can help you or your employees pass these challenging and important exams!

Pass the 6

Pass the 6 Author Robert Walker
ISBN-10 9780982347652
Release 2010-12-01
Pages 384
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Pass the 6 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Pass the 6 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Pass the 6 book for free.

An American Requiem

An American Requiem Author James Carroll
ISBN-10 9780547524542
Release 1997-04-01
Pages 296
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An American Requiem is the story of one man's coming of age. But more than that, it is a coming to terms with the conflicts that disrupted many families, inflicting personal wounds that were also social, political, and religious. Carroll grew up in a Catholic family that seemed blessed. His father had abandoned his own dream of becoming a priest to rise through the ranks of Hoover's FBI and then become one of the most powerful men in the Pentagon, the founder of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Young Jim lived the privileged life of a general's son, dating the daughter of a vice president and meeting the pope, all in the shadow of nuclear war, waiting for the red telephone to ring in his parents' house. He worshiped his father until Martin Luther King, Jr., the civil rights movement, turmoil in the Catholic Church, and then Vietnam combined to outweigh the bond between father and son. These were issues on which they would never agree. Only after Carroll left the priesthood to become a writer and husband with children of his own did he come to understand fully the struggles his father had faced. In this work of nonfiction, the best-selling novelist draws on the skills he honed with nine much-admired novels to tell the story he was, literally, born to tell. An American Requiem is a benediction on his father's life, his family's struggles, and the legacies of an entire generation.

The Transformation of Wall Street

The Transformation of Wall Street Author Joel Seligman
ISBN-10 UOM:39015059956469
Release 2003
Pages 934
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The Transformation of Wall Street is a comprehensive and insightful historical analysis of the Securities andamp; Exchange Commission from the perspective of a leader in securities regulation. The Transformation of Wall Street offers an in-depth look at the history of the SEC's origins, accomplishments, and failings since its creation in 1934. Each chapter in the book takes historical look at the tenure of the various SEC chairmen. The first edition, published in 1977, covered the SEC through the Nixon-Ford presidential administration. A revised edition was published in 1995, updating the book through 1992. Now, the third edition continues the history until 2001, the end of Arthur Levitt's Chairmanship, with a treatment of auditing issues through the enactment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (July 2002). In this revised edition, author Joel Seligman draws on unpublished SEC files and extensive personal interviews to provide a comprehensive examination of the origins, accomplishments, and failings of the SEC and its leaders, from the creation of the SEC in 1934 to the present. The new material, among other things, addresses: The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, which has had a significant impact on private securities litigation after its passage in 1995 The structure of the securities markets (which are in an important transition because of Electronic Communications Networks; decimalization; international competition; and the continuing evolution to greater institutionalization of our markets as well as the growth of several new products, most recently security futures products) Municipal securities markets (which were largely ignored before the recently resigned Arthur Levitt) Several issues with respect to the accounting profession (most notably auditor independence and the independence of accounting standard-setting boards). In addition, this work focuses on Chairman Levitt, whom the author believes was one of the most accomplished of the post World War II chairs, and had the challenge of being a Chair appointed by a Democratic party president during a period when Republicans controlled both houses of Congress as well as a period of extraordinary ferment in the securities market.