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Exam2PracticeProbs - Exam 2 Practice Problems Please note...

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Exam 2: Practice Problems Please note that while there are very many problems, there are still many other ways to ask questions that address the same concepts differently. Focus on understanding the intuition not memorizing the answers. Your notes are the best place to start your understanding, while these questions may expand beyond the applications that we had time for in class. 1. Which two of the following are the most likely reasons why a stock price might not react at all on the day that new information related to the stock issuer is released? I. insiders knew the information prior to the announcement II. investors need time to digest the information prior to reacting III. the information has no bearing on the value of the firm IV. the information was anticipated A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. II and IV only E. III and IV only 2. Efficient financial markets fluctuate continuously because: A. the markets are continually reacting to old information as that information is absorbed. B. the markets are continually reacting to new information. C. arbitrage trading is limited. D. current trading systems require human intervention. E. investments produce varying levels of net present values. 3. Inside information has the least value when financial markets are: 4. According to theory, studying historical stock price movements to identify mispriced stocks:
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5. You are aware that your neighbor trades stocks based on confidential information he overhears at his workplace. This information is not available to the general public. This neighbor continually brags to you about the profits he earns on these trades. Given this, you would tend to argue that the financial markets are at best _____ form efficient. 6. Individuals who continually monitor the financial markets seeking mispriced securities: A. earn excess profits over the long-term. B. make the markets increasingly more efficient. C. are never able to find a security that is temporarily mispriced. D. are overwhelmingly successful in earning abnormal profits. E. are always quite successful using only historical price information as their basis of evaluation.
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